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One of the fastest ways for a business owner to get into trouble is to stop paying their payroll taxes and filing their payroll tax returns that are due to the IRS.
A business owner might think that using the payroll tax money is a nice temporary way to bump up the cash flow, but the penalties and interest add up so fast that it’s really hard to catch up once they’ve fallen behind.
Plus, with a new “sheriff” at the helm of the IRS that’s cracking down on non-compliance, the likelihood is high that the business owner could actually face jail time.
Do you know how to best help your clients out of a payroll tax problem with the IRS?
As a tax professional, you’re very likely to have a client walk in your door this tax season with this very problem.
If you’re not familiar with this area of tax, you’re not alone. Most tax professionals need help understanding the IRS process, terminology, and options available to the taxpayer. Once you do, this area can be extremely lucrative for your and your firm.
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