If you’re looking for a firm that will focus on your individual needs, and always treat you like a client who matters, look no further. Our firm is large enough to offer a full range of professional services, but small enough to give you the individual attention that you deserve.
We will thoroughly and conscientiously study your personal situation, and tailor our advice to your specific needs.
Owing the IRS is frightening. It affects your whole life with stress and strains on the family. The IRS letters never stop the IRS liens devastate your credit. Imagine IRS levy taking everything from you r bank account or the IRS garnishing your wages.
With Taxation Solutions by your side we ease the burden of dealing with the IRS. Once we get a plan in place with the IRS your burdens are lifted. The IRS stress stops.
With Year of experience dealing with the IRs you are ensured that you don’t have to deal with the IRS and that we take control. We have the plans to help you put this misery to rest and to get you financial peace.
An IRS audits are an intimidating and complex process. When you or your business are face to face with an IRS audit, the IRS goal is to find everything you possible did wrong or the IRS says is wrong. With our years of experience in dealing with tax matters and IRS audit procedures we will be there to deal with the IRS to ensure that you are properly represented when dealing with the IRS and other tax authorities.
When you have taxes that are unfiled the IRS will file for you a SFR (Substitute for Return). The IRS files those without regard to your lawful deductions and they are only filed in the favor of the IRS.
It is intimidating and complex process if there are SFR’s or unfiled returns on your account. If you or your business face unfiled or SFR returns the collection process can be intimidating. Our tax experts have years of experience getting those done and in dealing with tax matters and with the IRS to ensure that you are properly represented when dealing with the IRS and other tax authorities.”
All Employers are required to withhold payroll taxes from the wages earned by their employees. Employers are required to forward these withholdings to the IRS. Under the Internal Revenue Code, an employer is required to collect, account for and pay taxes that have been withheld from employees’ wages. These Tax withholdings must be deposited the EFTPS system or at a bank for transfer to the IRS. Additionally, if the business has employees with an active payroll, the business is required to file quarterly a Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return, and annually a Form 940, Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return.
Failing to file and pay payroll taxes is a very serious matter. If the employer fails to timely file and pay payroll taxes, the IRS is authorized to collect these taxes from the business or even a person or persons who are responsible for withholding and paying these payroll taxes to the IRS. The IRS typically employees Revenue Officers to work on collecting payroll taxes and to investigate the financial health of the business. Failure to correct a delinquent payroll tax matter could result in the closure of the business and liquidation of the business assets. Also, for those person or persons who are responsible for withholding and paying these payroll taxes to the IRS the IRS will issue Trust Fund Penalties against you to hold you responsible for those taxes as well.
Having experts in you corner to stop IRS collections and work with the IRS to get your company back on track and keep you r business is extremely Important. Do not go it alone against the IRS for Payroll taxes issues. Get a Enrolled Agent to represent you vs. IRS. Get our Payroll services as well to get you on track and show that you are Serious about getting your Payroll Tax Issues behind you.
Our payroll services include everything your business needs now and as you grow: Our payroll services professionals are well versed the laws and regulations regarding payroll.
- Flexible and secure options to submit your payroll data, including a customized Excel spreadsheet, datasheets, or input directly into a simplified screen
- A full array of Electronic Services including direct deposit and tax payments
- Integration with Time and Attendance programs
- Allocation of hours/salary by department, worker’s classification, or job type
- Comprehensive calculations for all taxing agencies
- Multiple state withholding and compliance reporting capability
- Filing of all quarterly and annual federal and state payroll forms, including Forms 940 and 941, state unemployment insurance, disability Reporting and more
If your business does is in DIY (Do it yourself ) mode or does not currently have bookkeeping staff or even if your business is outgrowing its current bookkeeping system, we can provide comprehensive bookkeeping and write-up services. We are here to ensure your get the bookkeeping you need for the smooth operation of the financial side of your business. As your business needs grow and change, our Staff at Taxation Solutions are here to provide input and assistance to make sure your bookkeeping keeps up with your business needs.
We all know the whole purpose of the IRS is to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government. When a taxpayer does not pay their taxes the IRS will demand payment through letters, and even field visits. When the taxpayer disregards these demands for payment, the IRS will give legal notice that it will be resorting to other means to collect the taxes such as Liens and Levies. The IRS does not have to provide any further notice before beginning collection activity for IRS debt. Wage garnishments are one method that the IRS uses to collect the overdue taxes. It get’s the Taxpayers attention really quick.
The IRS wage garnishment or IRS wage levy is a written notice sent by the IRS to the taxpayer’s employer requiring the taxpayer’s employer to withhold a significant percentage of the employee’s pay and forward it directly to the IRS. No, the employer cannot ignore this, the Employers are obligated to follow the instructions of the IRS. When an employer disregards IRS wage garnishments serious penalty can and will be imposed. If you are a taxpayer that is self-employed, the IRS can send a IRS wage levy to your customers, and levy the taxpayer’s accounts receivable. Those businesses and individuals are required to send the taxpayer’s funds to the IRS debt wage garnishment department. The IRS often uses this means of enforced collection activity to collect back taxes.
As you can imagine, a IRS wage garnishment can have a devastating impact on a taxpayer’s financial situation. Many taxpayers struggle due to the garnishment of wages by IRS. An IRS wage levy can remain in place until the tax liability is paid or until it is resolved through some other means such as an Installment Agreement, an Offer in Compromise (OIC) or a Currently Not Collectible status (CNC).
Yes, we can stop wage Garnishments even if they are in place now but it is even better to get us in front of the tax problem /Debt before it come to this.
Yes, you as a Taxpayers can stop wage garnishments from the IRS by not waiting for the IRS to start collection efforts and by resolving their account beforehand.
Do you have an IRS bank levy? If so, a tax professional may be able to help you because WE have years of experience in negotiating the release of IRS bank levies. The real purpose of the IRS is to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government. If a taxpayer does not pay their taxes, the IRS will demand payment through field visits and letters. If the taxpayer disregards the demands for payment, the IRS will give legal notice that it will resort to other means to collect the taxes. One method that the IRS uses to collect overdue taxes is through issuing bank levies. How can you pay your bills if the IRS levies your bank account? Usually the IRS levies on the worst day for the Taxpayer the day you get paid!
The dreaded IRS bank levy is when the IRS simply sends a letter accompanied with an IRS levy notice that they are seizing a taxpayer’s bank account. Yes, the whole bank account up to what you owe the IRS!
Your bank is instructed to freeze all funds that are in the account and to forward the funds to the IRS. No just because you know the bank they cannot ignore this notice. Banks are obligated to follow the instructions of the IRS and the IRS will imposes serious penalties upon banks that disregard levies.. Also, that should be noted when the IRS issues a Bank Levy they are levying against every account that is Tied to the Taxpayer SSN! That means if you have account for your children or a family members account with your SSN it will be levied as well.
The IRS commonly uses bank levies as a way for collecting back taxes. These types of levies are most commonly sent to banks. So this means, the IRS can seize funds from any institution, business or individual that has funds belonging to the taxpayer. For example, the IRS can seize funds from a investment company, a stock broker, and many others. An IRS bank levy can have a devastating impact on a taxpayer’s financial situation and make it almost impossible to pay bills. If you have a Bank Levy, DON’T WAIT ANOTHER MINUTE CALL NOW to speak with a tax professional.