The independence enjoyed by the self-employed and professionals can also lead to disastrous tax consequences if you fall behind on tax filings and payments, particularly in the area of payroll and fiduciary taxes. In tough economic times the self-employed or professional may fail to make deposits for payroll and other fiduciary taxes, which often leads to not filing the required tax returns in a timely fashion. If you have fallen behind in paying your business or payroll taxes, or are a non-filer of tax returns, you need to know that you still have options.
Unfiled Back Tax Returns:
We can help get you back into compliance with the IRS.
- Payroll Tax Disputes:
Unpaid payroll taxes can be a hazard to both you and your business. Protect your hard earned investment by speaking with one of our tax lawyers today.
- Notice Of A Levy, Lien, Wage Garnishment Or Seizure:
A levy can be devastating for the self-employed or professional. A lien is a claim to obtain security for the tax debt. A levy actually takes control of the property to satisfy the tax debt. If you receive a notice of a tax levy, you must act quickly. If you take no immediate action, your bank account, your personal property or the assets of your business can be seized, which could put you out of business.
- IRS Audit:
No matter if you have to deal with a face-to-face audit or just a letter requesting further information, we will help you navigate through and resolve the audit.
- Penalties And Interest:
Penalties and interest can quickly grow larger than the initial amount of taxes owed. The more time you waste, the more money you will owe. Take a proactive stance in dealing with tax liability problems by speaking with one of our firm’s experienced tax attorneys.
- Resolving Back Tax Issues:
There are many reasons why people get behind in paying their taxes. One of the worst things you can do is to avoid the problem. Contact the Law Office of Bilfield & Associates.