Unpaid Payroll Taxes or Payroll Back Taxes

Unpaid Payroll taxes are just as difficult on a business as back taxes are to an individual. Past due Payroll Taxes are those taxes you should have withheld from employee paychecks. The total amount of payroll taxes are then sent from your business to the IRS or State.

What Happens if I Avoid or Cannot Pay Unpaid Payroll Taxes?

If you avoid paying or you cannot pay your payroll taxes there are consequences. Tax liens or tax levies can take effect only leading to the business going OUT of business. If you cannot pay, you may not be in business anymore and therefore you should work with us to keep your business open. Bankruptcy or a restructuring will not discharge the business from its Tax Liability. Therefore a business should either submit a plan to the IRS or State to pay the taxes or settle - that is why you should contact us to see how we can help. Sometimes, payroll liabilities can become the owner(s) responsibility and the IRS can enforce civil penalties. Lastly, even a person or entity that is not an employee or owner of the business can be responsible for the back taxes if the IRS feels that the individual or business entity is responsible for the delinquency.

Don't feel that you are alone. We have helped thousands of businesses get back on their feet. In fact, the IRS states about 2.2 million businesses owe over $55 billion in Payroll Tax. You will need to fill out 940 and 941 payroll tax forms, and 1120 tax returns for C corporations, S corporations, and international companies.


What Should I Do About Delinquent Payroll Taxes?

You should first see how much we can reduce the payroll back taxes liability. This is what we do everyday and therefore we recommend working with experienced Tax Experts. The Initial call is always free, confidential, and comes with no obligation. Contact Us Today!