As part of the recent IRS employment tax audit initiative dating to late 2009 and early 2010, the IRS is seeking to hold both individuals and businesses more accountable for existing tax laws. In particular, the tax audit initiative has been examining tax loopholes and gaps involving the following:
The payroll issues include the matter of the 941 quarterly tax returns that employers are supposed to file while submitting withheld payroll taxes. In particular, the IRS is seeking to hold employers accountable for late filing of form 941 and non-filing of form 941. Non-payment of the withheld payroll taxes can cause the IRS to lose income, including interest on late payments.
If your business has fallen behind on filing of 941 quarterly tax returns and you have received a notice from the IRS, you are strongly urged to talk to an attorney before communicating with the IRS about this or any other potential audit "hot button" issue. Attorney Lawrence Brown of Brown, PC, headquartered in Fort Worth, has helped many businesses achieve positive outcomes in cases of late filing or non-filing of 941 tax returns.
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Lawrence Brown, a former trial lawyer for the Department of Justice Tax Division, brings more than 20 years of experience to bear on tax audit and other tax-related legal matters. In complex cases, he assembles a team of tax experts such as CPAs, auditors and former IRS agents to develop promising strategies. Brown, PC, helps clients counter the IRS while working to resolve payroll tax matters in their best interest.
Brown, PC, serves individuals and businesses in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, statewide in Texas, and nationwide. Do you have questions about an IRS investigation of your company's certified payrolls? Attorney Lawrence Brown can advise. Contact Brown, PC, at 888-870-0025 to arrange a confidential consultation about your impending IRS audit or appeal.
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