Rolling Hills Employment Tax Problems Attorney
We Can Help Solve Your Employment Tax Problems
The Los Angeles County Law Office of Robert S. Schriebman
As national and local economies go through difficult times, more and more business owners have trouble paying their employment taxes. They often hope that when things get better and their business rebounds, they’ll be able to catch up on payments. There’s a big problem with this approach: The Internal Revenue Service looks at employment taxes as sacred.
If you fail to pay your employment taxes, the IRS can close your business. They can put a levy on your accounts receivable. They can go into bank accounts, freeze your line of credit, assess penalties and interest, or file a tax lien against your business. In some cases, they will even charge you personally with felonies punishable with fines or time in prison.
There is good news, however: You and your business can make amends and settle accounts with the IRS and State of California. Because no two businesses or set of circumstances are exactly alike, you must find a knowledgeable tax attorney to help you navigate the maze of tax code, procedures and paperwork involved, as well as serve as your advocate in litigation, if needed.
At the Law Office of Robert S. Schriebman, we have over 40 years of experience in helping business owners favorably settle their employment tax debts. Contact us at 877-824-1563 to schedule a consultation.
Some of the solutions to employment tax problems include the following:
Submitting a successful Offer in Compromise to reduce payroll tax debt
Trust fund recovery penalty representation
Negotiating an installment payment agreement enabling you to pay off your debt over time
Negotiating the release of federal tax liens, enabling you to obtain a loan to pay off your tax debt
Obtaining a release of a payroll tax levy
Obtaining interest and penalty abatement
Robert S. Schriebman has authored twenty books on tax collection procedures of the IRS and State of California, including detailed manuals explaining the tax agencies to tax lawyers. He’s also lectured at New York University’s Institute on Federal Taxation, at USC’s Annual Tax Institute and is a retired professor of IRS Practice and Procedures at the University of Southern California (USC) Graduate School of Accounting.
Put the knowledge and experience of the Law Office of Robert S. Schriebman to work for you by calling 877-824-1563 to schedule an appointment. We also invite you to learn more about Attorney Schriebman by “Googling” him.