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IRS Payroll Problems: Serious Business

Posted by Brandon Keim | Jan 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

Payroll tax avoidance can result in substantial personal liability, and in some cases even imprisonment. Business owners should consult with tax counsel to discuss the proper payment of payroll taxes to minimize fines and other unintended consequences.

Cryptocurrency Tax Collections Ramp Up

Posted by Brandon Keim | Nov 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

Some cryptocurrency traders have made figurative killings with their investments. The world of cryptocurrency investment and speculation indeed has an otherworldly sense to it, both because of the unique nature of cryptocurrency and its roller-coaster rides for investors. Tax law, though, doesn'...

The Importance of Designated Payments When Your Business Owes Employment Taxes

Posted by Brandon Keim | Nov 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

Does your business have unpaid employment tax liabilities? If you answered yes, it is important to consider designating voluntary payments towards trust fund taxes. Designating payments costs you nothing, and helps you avoid personal liability. If you do not designate your payments, the IRS will apply the payments in a manner that is least beneficial to you.

IRS Passport Certifications: If you owe more than $50,000, the IRS now has the power to certify you for passport revocation!

Posted by Brandon Keim | Nov 05, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you owe more than $50,000 in tax liabilities, the IRS now has the power to certify you to the State Department for passport revocation, and it is starting soon! This article addresses this new power of the IRS, the criteria to be certified, the right to judicial review of the IRS certification, and how you can avoid being certified, and thus, prevent the State Department from revoking your passport.



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