Employment Tax Representation FAQ

October 18, 2016

How Does the IRS Develop an Employment Tax Fraud Case from the First Indication of Fraud to a Criminal Indictment?

According to information provided by IRS employment tax auditors and examiners, the most common forms of employment tax fraud are: Willful failure to account for, collect, […]
April 6, 2016

California Employment Taxes Basics

California Employment Taxes Basics Employers have an obligation to pay their employees’ wages per the amounts stated in their employment contracts.  Besides paying wages, the employer […]
April 6, 2016

What happens if an employer continues to incur new payroll tax liabilities?

What happens if an employer continues to incur new payroll tax liabilities? The employer will receive several notices from the taxing authorities regarding the outstanding balances […]
March 25, 2014

When am I considered liable for company’s employment taxes

If you are considered a responsible person who acted willfully you may become personally liable to the IRS for the trust fund recovery penalty (A similar […]
March 25, 2014

What are the penalties for failure to pay employment taxes

Potential tax penalties can be civil or criminal. Most civil penalties are assessed in addition to any tax due. Civil penalties assessed for employment tax purposes […]
March 25, 2014

What is the trust fund recovery penalty?

The IRS requires employer’s to withhold income and employment taxes from their employee’s paychecks. These taxes are held in trust for the government and the employer […]