Author: Dawn Delia

Author: Dawn Delia

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IRS Payment Plans for Companies and Businesses

Business owners who cannot pay their tax debt immediately upon request may be able to set up a payment plan through the IRS. An IRS payment plan allows taxpayers to pay their tax debt via regular monthly payments. The amount your business pays is based on how much your business owes and how much time

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Payroll Tax Late Penalties

As a business owner it’s crucial to withhold payroll taxes from your employee’s wages. It is equally important to also include social security, Medicare, and federal income taxes. If you are late in depositing payroll taxes, you could face severe penalties from the IRS. The IRS is known for being very aggressive in collecting tax

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Understanding IRS Forms 940 & 941

When facing issues or litigation with the IRS, the distinction between different forms and processes is of the utmost importance. This is especially true if you are an employer handling the task of paying your employees as well as paying payroll taxes. Forms 940 and 941 are key IRS forms that need to be completed

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IRS Penalty Abatement: IRS Program to Eliminate or Reduce Penalties Owed

The IRS expects all taxpayers to file and pay their taxes on time and in full. If an individual, couple, or business fails to do this, penalties and interest will be applied to the amount owed. If the amount remains unpaid, these penalties and interests can compound and increase the amount that you are liable

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Can’t Pay the IRS in Full? Request an IRS Payment Plan

Many taxpayers find themselves in a difficult situation – they owe money to the IRS, but they don’t have the money to pay their balance upfront. Fortunately, the IRS offers a solution if you can’t pay them in full: a payment plan, or an installment agreement. According to the IRS, nearly 2.4 million new installment

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IRS Offer in Compromise: What It Is & How to Qualify

Many people owe money to the IRS during tax season. However, financial hardship can make it difficult to pay a lump sum right away. Therefore, the IRS offers options to help eliminate financial stress and help taxpayers make payments that work for their budgets. An offer in compromise is one option that offers significant tax

Wage Garnishment Help in Washington D.C.

Wage Garnishment Help in Washington D.C. & Finding a Wage Garnishment Lawyer If you did not file your taxes properly and owe back taxes to the IRS or the Comptroller of Washington D.C., don’t wait to get control of the situation. You could face significant penalties with far-reaching consequences. Both the IRS and the Comptroller

Wage Garnishment Help in New York City, NY

Wage Garnishment Help in New York City & Finding a Wage Garnishment Lawyer If you’ve mishandled your tax filings and find yourself owing back taxes to the IRS, it’s crucial not to delay taking control of the situation. Failure to address it promptly could result in significant penalties with serious repercussions. Both the IRS and

Wage Garnishment Help in Bethesda, Maryland

Wage Garnishment Help in Bethesda & Finding a Wage Garnishment Lawyer If your tax filings were incomplete and you owe back taxes to either the IRS or the Comptroller of Maryland, it’s crucial not to delay addressing the issue. Failure to act promptly could result in substantial penalties with serious implications. Both the IRS and

IRS Wage Garnishment Help in Los Angeles

IRS Wage Garnishment Help in Los Angeles & Finding an IRS Wage Garnishment Lawyer If you did not file your taxes properly and owe back taxes to the IRS, don’t wait to get control of the situation. You could face significant penalties with far-reaching consequences. The IRS has numerous methods they can employ to seek

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