The Trust Fund portion of payroll taxes is the money that the employer withholds from the employee’s paycheck for federal income tax withholding and the employee’s share of FICA and Medicare (also referred to as the social security tax) tax payment. The Trust Fund portion does not include the employer’s matching portion of the FICA […]
The Offer In Compromise (OIC) program is an option for those taxpayers who are unable to pay their tax account in a lump sum or through an installment agreement and have exhausted their search for other payment arrangements. The IRS may accept an OIC to settle unpaid tax accounts for less than the full amount […]
I worked for a company that did not pay the employment taxes it should have. Can I be held responsible for paying those taxes?
To encourage prompt payment of withheld employment taxes and collected excise taxes, Congress passed a law that provides for the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (These taxes are called Trust Fund taxes because the employer actually holds the employee’s withheld taxes or the collected excise taxes in trust until the employer makes a federal tax deposit […]
If you have received a lien or levy notice, you are in the right place to ease the stress that such a notice can bring. LEVY NOTICES You need help with a levy notice if you received a document that says, “FINAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEVY AND NOTICE OF YOUR RIGHT TO A HEARING.” […]
You haven’t filed tax returns for one or more tax periods, correct? Fortunately, with some additional information from you, I can help guide you from here. Your Concerns But, before I get to my questions, here are some you might have: Will I go to jail for not filing returns? Will I go to jail […]
Did Hurricane Sandy cause you to miss the end of October filing deadline for Virginia taxes? You may be eligible for some relief.
Late filing Virginia returns due to Hurricane Sandy? Request waiver of late-filing penalty due to Hurricane Sandy. See the Tax Bulletin 12-7.