Don’t Let Employment Tax Issues Crush Your Business
Each year thousands of businesses are forced to close their doors not because they can’t attract enough customers, but because they are facing serious tax issues. Employment tax cases often have very serious consequences not only for a business owner but also for the employees of the company.
This is exactly why we help businesses and business owners take care of these problems as soon as possible. It’s important to act fast to protect your business and secure your future. Small businesses are the backbone of our communities but often don’t have the resources or knowledge to prevent IRS actions from bringing an end to their important work.
At the Law Office of Robert V. Boeshaar, we have the knowledge and experience to work with you on any type of employment tax issue you are dealing with. Whether you owe back taxes, payroll taxes, or the IRS is claiming you owe money that you don’t believe is valid, we can help come up with a plan of action that will help you to get the best possible results.
When you work with us you can be confident that all your employment tax issues will be handled with the utmost confidentiality and care. Confidentiality is necessary when working with an attorney, but it is especially critical in employment tax cases because of the potential for negative consequences regarding your company’s reputation.
Are you facing Trust Fund Penalties?
We also defend against Trust Fund penalties. If you are someone who is responsible for the employment taxes for a business, such as withholding social security taxes, and you willfully fail to fulfill your duties, the IRS will take aggressive action against you to collect on the unpaid tax debts via trust fund penalties.
This type of situation is one of the few times when the IRS can go after personal assets to recover business-related tax expenses. The IRS does this by assessing the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TFRP) which can cause very serious financial problems both for a business and the individual’s finances.
Most of the time the TFRP is filed against either the owner of a company or the principal officers that were directly involved with the tax withholding decisions. In many cases, however, the IRS will attempt to use the TFRP against individuals associated with the company that they shouldn’t. This is one type of situation where having a good tax attorney can help to quickly end the trust fund penalties.
Even if the IRS is working against the proper person there are still many things that can be done to reduce or even eliminate trust fund penalties. The attorneys at the law office of Robert V. Boeshaar will work directly with the IRS on your behalf to qualify for programs or file appeals to help ensure you get the best possible outcome for your specific situation.
Talk to an Attorney Today
No matter what stage of a tax case you are in, reach out to our law offices to set up a consultation with an experienced attorney. We will work with the IRS on your behalf to help you find the right solution for your employment tax issues.