NOTE: TELE-SEMINAR SCHEDULED FOR FEB. 18 HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED AND WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ON WED, MAY 13.
I’ve blogged about this before, but it’s important to mention it again: Small business owners are the largest source of uncollected taxes.
During this economic downturn, we are also seeing lots of people who are laid off or are no longer employed, going out on there own. They’re reinventing themselves, setting up home-based businesses, and providing their services as independent contractors.
With small business audits on the rise, it is more important than ever to know what triggers an audit, how to avoid being audited and what to do if the IRS is after you. This kind of knowledge could save you lots of money and protect the future of your business.
On Wednesday, February 18, 2009, I will be presenting “Standing Up to the IRS Un-Armed Can and Will Cost You” as a part of a special series of tele-seminars for small business owners presented by Murray Marder.
There are far too many business owners looking over their shoulders in fear of the IRS. And in 2009, we can expect the number of IRS audits to continue to rise for small-business owners. And for anyone planning to start and/or grow your business, it is crucial to know how to avoid tax trouble.
With the recent economic crisis, tax authorities at both the federal and states levels are pouring more money and personnel into cracking down on tax cheats – large and small – to cut into their growing budget deficits. It’s always sobering when I tell people that 25% to 30% of my tax relief clients are small businesses with tax problems.
If you are struggling to overcome your tax burdens, know that knowledge is power and the key to gaining a new lease on your financial life.
“Standing Up to the IRS Un-Armed Can and Will Cost You” will be broadcast live by phone starting at 4:00pm PST on February 18, 2009.
Register for this FREE tele-seminar at www.smallbusinessteleseminarseries.com.
More Tax Help, IRS News and Tax Relief Tips:
- Why the IRS Picks on Small Businesses and How to Avoid Triggering an Audit
- IRS Announces Unprecedented Opportunity for Recession-Burdened Americans to Settle Outstanding Tax Debts
- We’ve Expanded to Help More Taxpayers Resolve Their IRS Tax Problems!
- KLOS Tax Tip #44: Individuals Get a Tax Break – But Get Tax Help if You Owe Back Taxes!
- Michael Rozbruch Interviewed in Opportunist Magazine
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