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The IRS Is Hunting for Payroll Tax Violations—Learn What to Do
Payroll taxes are the number one reason why small and medium size businesses get unwanted face time with the Internal Revenue Services’ Collection Division. And the IRS has recently affirmed that payroll taxes are a collection priority. Learn how best to help clients avoid trouble and resolve their payroll tax issues during this hot enforcement period.
With payroll taxes and withholdings making up 70 percent of all revenues into the U.S. Treasury, you can bet the IRS is taking this issue seriously, says attorney Eric Green. In this live webinar, Green shows you how the IRS assesses businesses (and their owners!) for unpaid payroll taxes. He’ll also reveal how to map out the advice and set of solutions you should be offering clients.
Attend this instructive live audio event to learn how the IRS operates on this issue—both what types of collection/enforcement tools it uses to pursue a businesses’ unpaid payroll taxes as well as how it determines who is responsible for unpaid taxes. Green will also explain how to help clients challenge an IRS assessment for payroll taxes. Further, you’ll learn the factors the IRS considers when determining whether to pursue a business owner criminally. Don’t let this real threat go unaddressed—or underestimated.
Here is a taste of what you will learn in this information-packed webinar:
The procedure the IRS uses to assess a business and its owner for unpaid payroll taxes
Who the IRS may deem responsible for unpaid payroll taxes
The collection and enforcement tools the IRS can use to pursue unpaid payroll tax liability against a business
How a person deemed responsible for unpaid payroll taxes can challenge the assessment
Options for resolving unpaid payroll tax liabilities
Factors the IRS uses when considering pursuing a business owner criminally for unpaid payroll tax liabilities
NASBA & IRS Category of Study: Taxes
Who Should Attend
Tax practitioners who represent and work for small businesses
Eric Green is a partner in Green & Sklarz LLC, a boutique tax firm with offices in Connecticut and New York. The focus of Attorney Eric L. Green's practice is civil and criminal taxpayer representation before the Department of Justice Tax Division, Internal Revenue Service and state Departme...