Unpaid Employment Taxes? We Can Help.

No one can dispute that running a business is tough work.  You are the first one there in the morning and the last to leave.  Customers and suppliers make daily demands for your time, your money, your attention.  Add to that the mountain of paperwork required by the federal, state and municipal taxing authorities and you have a pretty full day. The IRS understands this and is trying to reduce the amount of paperwork you need to file for your employees and for your income reporting.  However, despite their best efforts, the mountain gets bigger every year and the employment taxes you need to pay are a burden, no matter how well your business is doing. 

Many businesses, though, feel that when times get rough, the employment tax bill is the last one to pay.  The IRS can wait, the suppliers cannot.  After a few quarters or years of this, the IRS will eventually send you a bill, and it will be large.  What is worse, if you are a corporation the IRS can pursue your personal assets if you failed to send to them the amounts that you withheld from your employee’s paychecks.  This is referred to as the Trust Fund Penalty.  Imagine - several years after your unsuccessful business has shut down getting a bill for employment taxes that you should have paid five years ago. 

We can quickly assess your liability for past due employment taxes, seek penalty abatement when appropriate and work with the IRS on a plan that you can live with. 

About Arthur Weiss

Arthur Weiss, Esquire, is a graduate of the James Rogers School of Law at the University of Arizona. His other academic accomplishments include a master’s degree in accounting, a master’s degree in International Relations and an undergraduate degree in History and German. He is a member the National Association of Consumer Advocates, American Trial Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association.

Mr Weiss serves on the continuing legal education committee of the Pima County Bar Association and regularly lectures on tax matters and IRS representation.

He served twenty years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 1989. As a young officer he served in Thailand, England, Germany and a host of bases in the United States. He is married and has two children working their way through college.

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We welcome the opportunity to discuss your current IRS and State of Arizona tax problems. We specialize in reconstructing prior year returns, getting them filed and then working with the IRS on a plan that is suitable for your income and debt. Contact us now and be connected with an experienced tax attorney, right here in Tucson.

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