Written by Scott Allen

Work with Scott Allen E.A. if you want to know if you can discharge your IRS taxes in bankruptcy

The following conditions must be met to discharge your IRS taxes in an Arizona bankruptcy:

  • Must have filed an original return.  IRS substitute for returns do not qualify.
  • Must be 3 years past the due date for filing the return, including extensions.
  • Return must have been assessed at least two years and 240 days after a new assessment from an audit.
  • There must be no fraud in the filing of the return.
  • Payroll taxes and sales taxes cannot be discharged in bankruptcy.
  • If you filed a previous bankruptcy, the 3 year and 240 day rules are extended during the time you were in bankruptcy plus 90 days.
  • An Offer in Compromise delays the 240 day rule for the time the Offer was pending plus 30 days
  • A Collection Due Process Hearing will delay the 3 year and 240 day period for the amount of time you were involved in the CDP process.

If you have questions about whether you qualify for discharge in a bankruptcy or need to file returns so that you can pursue filing a bankruptcy to discharge taxes at a later time, contact Scott Allen E.A. for a free consultation at 48-926-9300.

www.arizonaIRSproblems.com

info@taxdebtadvisors.com

Written by Scott Allen

Arizona IRS and state tax help: State Payroll Tax Problems?

No, state payroll tax problems are not a legal matter so an Arizona IRS or tax attorney is not required.  Arizona, like most states is under stress financially to operated state government functions.  Many states are running large deficit spending.  For this reason Arizona aggressively enforces collection action against businesses that are behind on filing their payroll tax returns and payment of payroll taxes.

The Arizona Department of Revenue has the authority to file state tax liens and seize property as well as take away driving privileges.  If you are delinquent in the filing or payment of Arizona payroll taxes, contact Scott Allen E.A. who has expertise in negotiating settlements with the Arizona Department of Revenue.  Scott provides a free initial consultation and can be reached at 480-926-9300.

info@taxdebtadvisors.com

Written by Scott Allen

Do I need a Chandler Tax Attorney if I have IRS payroll tax problems?

No, a Chandler Tax Attorney is not needed as IRS payroll tax problems are not a legal matter.  However, it is a very serious matter to get behind on paying your IRS payroll taxes.  The penalties and interest on delinquent filing and late payment of IRS payroll taxes can be more than most businesses can afford to pay to the IRS.  If this is your situation, you definitely need the services of an IRS resolution specialist who has expertise in resolving IRS payroll tax problems.  The IRS is very aggressive in its collection of payroll taxes, especially the trust funds, which are the withholdings you have withheld from your employee’s paychecks.  The IRS will be very demanding in receiving payment of IRS payroll taxes as soon as possible.  If you do not make payment arrangements the IRS will hold you personally responsible for payment.  The IRS has the right to file IRS tax liens and seize your business and personal assets if necessary.

Contact Scott Allen E.A. for a personal, private and free consultation to determine your rights and options to settle with the IRS on your IRS payroll tax problems.  Scott can be contacted at 480-926-9300.  When you call he will be there to answer the phone…can you say that if you call a chandler tax attorney?

Try and compare.

info@taxdebtadvisors.com

Written by Scott Allen

Do I Need an IRS Tax Attorney in Gilbert AZ when I have not paid my IRS 940 Taxes?

No, this is not a legal matter requiring a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney.  However, you do need IRS help.  IRS form 940 is for federal unemployment taxes.  They are calculated on the first $7,000 of wages paid to each employee.  If you are self-employed your Arizona business is responsible for the payment of unemployment taxes; otherwise the liability will eventually be transferred to the Gilbert AZ business owner—YOU!  IRS form 940 can be confusing because not only business employees but unemployment taxes apply to agricultural and farming employees and domestic household employees.

Do not take the filing and payment of unemployment taxes lightly—the IRS doesn’t.  The IRS will file IRS tax liens and possibly seize business and personal property to pay off your debt.  Scott Allen E.A. has the experience and expertise to settle with the IRS on your IRS Form 940 taxes.  Scott is available for a free consultation to see what options are available to settle your IRS tax debt.  He can be reached at 480-926-9300.  Don’t hesitate to call him over calling a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney.

www.filebacktaxes.net

 

Written by Scott Allen

I have Unemployment Tax Problems: Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney?

No, unemployment tax problems are not a legal matter.  Every Phoenix self-employed business is required to pay unemployment taxes to their state and the federal government.  These taxes go towards paying for unemployment benefits should you have to lay off an employee.  The taxes paid to the federal government are known as Federal Unemployment Taxes or FUTA, and your state unemployment taxes are known as SUTA.

There are severe penalties and interest if these taxes are not paid on time.  If you have missed deadlines in paying these taxes, you should immediately consult with an IRS unemployment tax specialist.  Scott Allen E.A. has the expertise to work out payment arrangements with your state or the IRS is you have gotten behind on paying your unemployment taxes.  If you have not used a payroll service to help keep you current, it is best to use one as payroll taxes and unemployment taxes rules are difficult for new business owners to become familiar with while operating their day to day activities.  If you need a free consultation regarding your unemployment taxes, contact Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 instead of a Phoenix Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.

Thanks !

 

Written by Scott Allen

Do I Need a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney For Trust Fund Recovery Penalties?

The IRS is very aggressive in trying to collect on Trust Funds associated with payroll taxes withheld from employee’s paychecks.  However, this is not a legal matter and is not considered a criminal act and does not require the services of an IRS Tax Attorney in Gilbert Arizona.  Most employers that do not pay in their payroll tax withholdings are struggling with their business and try to keep the business afloat by “borrowing” these funds with the intent to pay them back at a later date when business improves.

Unfortunately most businesses do not improve enough to pay the taxes with the penalties added.  When the business closes, these taxes are eventually reassigned over to the individual(s) responsible for paying the taxes.  This will include the owners and anyone associated with payment of taxes.

There are two areas of IRS representation work that may be needed with regard to Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  If you feel that the IRS is unjustified in targeting you for payment of the taxes and penalties, we are able to evaluate your responsibility or lack thereof.  This is usually a black and white matter, but the IRS takes a “shot gun” approach and tries to include as many people without really knowing who is truly responsible.

The second area is making a settlement with the IRS if you are in fact responsible for the payment of the tax and penalties.  There are several options available to settle with the IRS for less than the amount owed, depending on your financial ability to pay.

Scott Allen E.A. of Gilbert and Mesa AZ has expertise in both areas dealing with Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  Call Scott today and schedule a free consultation at 480-926-9300 to get an evaluation of what your options are.  Scott Allen E.A. will put your mind at ease knowing that you are facing this serious IRS problem with a professional who has successfully negotiated many favorable settlements with the IRS on Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  Please call Scott for a honest second opinion if you are determined to think you need a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney for IRS Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.

Thank you.

 

Written by Scott Allen

Tax Attorney in Tempe AZ to Help with my IRS Payroll Taxes?

No, your payroll taxes are not a legal matter and does not necessarily require a Tempe AZ IRS Tax Attorney.  If you are self-employed and have employees, you are required to make certain withholdings of a portion of wages and pay those to the government along with your portion as well.  These withholdings include federal income taxes, Social Security and Medicare taxes and in some states, there is city as well as state taxes that need to be withheld.

Social Security and Medicare taxes are withheld from every employee paycheck. You as the employer are required to match these amounts up to certain limits.  If you do not pay these taxes in on time there are severe penalties.  Failure to make these tax payments can cause the IRS to eventually close down your business.  If you have not paid in your payroll taxes or paid them in late, you definitely need at least a consultation with a seasoned IRS payroll tax professional.  Scott Allen E.A. is qualified to help you work out a payment plan with the IRS that will not burden your business operations.  He is available for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  Please consider him as a second opinion over a Tempe Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.

Thank you.

info@taxdebtadvisors.com

1 2 3