I Need a Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney because I am Behind on my IRS 941 Taxes
Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney for LLC taxes ?
First thing to note, this is not a legal matter and a Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney is not needed. Most Chandler businesses at some time will have difficulty staying current on their IRS 941 payroll taxes. Some Chandler AZ business owners will be tempted to “borrow” by postponing the payment of IRS form 941 taxes. However, this is not a wise move as the penalties and interest in paying these taxes at a later time can cause the IRS to close down your business. Some businesses owners should seriously consider whether they have a profitable business before they decide to not pay payroll taxes on time.
However, if you are behind on your IRS 941 taxes, you need to consult with Scott Allen E.A. near Chandler Arizona. Scott will be able to help you navigate through your different options to settle with the IRS as well as to determine whether to continue operating your business. IRS taxes not paid by the business will eventually be assessed against the business owner personally. Most of these taxes are not dischargeable in a bankruptcy through a Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney or any Arizona Tax Lawyer.
If you are at the point of closing down your business and/or your 941 payroll taxes have been assessed against you personally, Scott Allen E.A. of Mesa can show you how to settle for less than you owe or making the minimum monthly payments allowed by law. Scott is available for a free initial consultation at 480-926-9300.
Some clients (or businesses) can qualify for their delinquent 941 and 940 payroll taxes to be put into a Currently Not Collectible Status. That settlement agreement is very similar to a payment plan settlement but you don’t have to make any payments to the IRS at all. Its a commitment to file and full pay all future tax returns on time. You cannot add to the debt otherwise the currently not collectible status will default. Scott Allen EA did exactly that for his client who owns a construction business. Construction is a tough industry to be in and employee payroll taxes is one of the reasons its tough. However, always know there are options in dealing with the IRS so you can keep your business open and keep paying your hard working employees. See the IRS settlement letter below that Scott Allen EA negotiated for his client.