San Diego

Payroll taxes are comprised of taxes an employer is required to pay and can be based on taxes withheld from an employee’s pay or taxes based on amounts paid to an employee. In addition, regardless of whether you have employees, a business can always expect to owe some sort of payroll tax on income received from the business. If you have payroll tax problems, the IRS is very aggressive in collecting the tax debt and quickly assigns a revenue officer. The IRS can seek collection not only from your business, but also from owners and officers, and can garnish your business accounts and file tax liens against your assets.

To avoid collection action and a possible payroll tax penalty for payroll tax debt, a tax relief lawyer will assess your financial situation and devise a plan to find the best tax solution for you by either settling your debt through the IRS Offer in Compromise Program or by negotiating an affordable payment plan. It is crucial that you consult with an experienced tax attorney to avoid being personally liable for payroll tax debt. Please contact Delia Law for a free consultation for tax resolution. You can do so either by completing our online form or by calling 619.639.3336. We can assist you wherever you live or you can visit a Delia Law San Diego tax lawyer at 12707 High Bluff Drive, Suite 200.

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Los Angeles

Under the IRS tax code, employers have a legal obligation to pay payroll taxes on behalf of their employees. There are two-types of taxes employers are subject to: (1) pay as you earn (withholdings from the employee) or (2) pay as you go (withholding from employer for each employee). The IRS takes payroll tax debt very seriously. Employers who fail to properly withhold taxes for employees will experience aggressive IRS collection activities by assigning a Revenue Officer who specializes in the collection of these liabilities. If you have unpaid payroll tax, and the Revenue Officer is unable to collect, he or she will seek to close down your business, garnish your business accounts, file liens against your assets and liquidate. Additionally, the IRS can assess payroll taxes against you personally, even if your business was a corporation.

To avoid this outcome and assure continuity of your business, it is critical that you hire a Tax Attorney to resolve your business tax debt by negotiating an affordable payment plan, Offer in Compromise or other solution to your tax problem. Delia Law is located in Los Angeles at 10880 Wilshire Blvd #1101. Please contact Delia Law in Los Angeles for a free consultation for tax resolution. You can do so either by completing our online form or by calling (310) 494-0100.