"You don't want to fight this fight alone. You need experts. You need Tax Resolution Services, Co. If you owe $20,000 or more in back taxes, are under audit, or have unfiled returns, they can help." - Rush Limbaugh
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"As an attorney, one of the most difficult tasks is to find individuals and organizations that will take care of them. A referral is expected to shine. Anything less is a reflection on you as the one who offered the referral. The answers for my professionals is to refer to multiple sources (it's not my fault, you picked him/her) or not refer at all.
I am pleased to say that since 1998 I have been able to refer clients to Michael Rozbruch and his organization for all their tax problem resolution needs. I know they will get exceptional value and service that will come back to me positively. As the environment at the IRS continues to prove aggressive, TRS has assisted my clients with Offer in Compromise, Preparation of Delinquent Income Tax Returns, Payment Plans, Audit Defense Penalty Abatement and Innocent Spouse Defense.
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IRS Relief from Payroll Tax Problems, Business Tax Audits, and Unpaid Employment Taxes
Owe Unpaid Employment Taxes or Delinquent Payroll Taxes?
Failing to file and pay your payroll taxes is a sure way to incur the wrath of the IRS. Unpaid payroll taxes will not only generate huge IRS penalties and debt, but may be considered a federal crime. Bottom line: Unpaid payroll taxes can cause you to lose your business and your freedom – Get Business Tax Relief now!
The penalties assessed on delinquent payroll tax deposits or filings can increase dramatically the total amount owed in just a matter of months. Generally, if you don't take immediate action to deal with business tax audits, payroll tax problems, and business tax problems you will find yourself out of business.
Fortunately, there's a solution to every problem. We've helped businesses across the nation permanently get payroll tax help and resolve their payroll tax debt problems and protect the future of their companies. We understand that business owners need working capital and cash flow to keep their businesses running. And we know that there's more at stake for our clients than cutting a deal with the IRS to save money - resolving their payroll tax issues is about saving their companies.
Trouble with payroll taxes can be the downfall of many otherwise successful businesses. Yet there are small and mid-size businesses that still use the money they collect from payroll taxes to pay their operating expenses. The money collected from employees to pay their share of federal withheld tax, FICA and Medicare (Social Security) does not belong to the business and must be accounted for and paid to the government. Generally, one must make a federal tax deposit (by tax filing service, phone, or in person at a bank) 3 days after the pay date of the pay roll checks.
The IRS is very aggressive in their collection attempts for past due payroll taxes.
The IRS assigns a higher priority to collecting unpaid employment taxes than income taxes. Payroll taxes are considered a trust tax, which means that it's the employer's responsibility to collect federal withholding taxes and the employee portion of FICA and pass this on to the IRS. Because it's considered a trust tax, the IRS views non-payment of payroll taxes as 'theft' and the IRS notice process is accelerated.
If you owe past due employee taxes and intend to go it alone, without expert representation, against the IRS, you are way out of your league. You risk losing your business, having your assets seized and being personally liable! It's like going to court without a lawyer and representing yourself. This is only a good idea if you know the Law. Do you? We do!!
Resolve your problems with delinquent payroll taxes and payroll tax penalties today! Get free business tax relief consultation or call 866-IRS-Problems for more information!
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