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Understanding the Law
 
 
The usual payroll tax debt relief story begins like this:  a small business owner (let's call him Sam) misses a single payroll tax deposit, then another and another, until he reaches a point where he gets so anxious about how much he owes that he stops filing payroll tax returns.  It isn't because he wanted to; it's because he didn't know what else to do.
Many small businesses get into cash flow problems for all kinds of reasons. The problem that causes your cash flow shortfall can be something completely outside your control. It's how you handle the problems-especially when payroll taxes are involved-that usually determines whether you'll be able to remain in business.
If you own a small business and have IRS payroll tax problems, you're in danger of losing your business every day.  This page offers the information you need to get help and some peace of mind.

To be sure, the IRS takes an iron-fisted position on payroll tax violations.  They would rather close a business and sell off its assets rather than work out a deal with the business owner. In my professional opinion, this is probably because higher management gives every IRS agent too many cases to work on at once so they're forced to close many small businesses simply to keep up with his or her caseload.
If the IRS determines that the business can't pay the payroll taxes, they turned their sights on the individuals consider responsible; and no one feel out of danger.

If you're in a deep, dark place right now because of payroll taxes you owe, call me right now to find out about payroll tax debt relief. You'll sleep better tonight knowing you have a reputable, well-tested Tacoma tax attorney in your corner figuring out what you best next move should be. (253) 383-0140


The worst thing about business payroll taxes is that the IRS can collect them from anyone they deem responsible for not having paid them.  For example, the business owner or any check signer on the business bank account can be singled out for collection activity.

They will do everything they deem appropriate to recoup payroll taxes; usually a visit to your home or workplace kick-starts the collection process. Every weapon in their arsenal can be used (Levies, Liens, Seizure) until the taxpayer agrees to some type of repayment.