According to tax relief expert Michael Rozbruch, the IRS is also prioritizing the collection of unpaid employment taxes from both businesses big and small. And no one is safe from IRS audits as Uncle Sam zeros in on randomly selected companies and individuals in order to take back what he’s owed.
“The IRS estimates that companies underpay employer taxes by $14 billion each year,” said Rozbruch, founder and CEO of Tax Resolution Services, Co., a company that provides affordable IRS and business tax relief. “The IRS is selecting 2,000 companies at random each year for the next three years and putting their most experienced agents on the task to step up their increasingly aggressive collection efforts for unpaid payroll taxes.”
Businesses that owe past due employment taxes need to be aware that the IRS has unyielding power and authority to seize and liquidate, as well as shut a business' doors without a court order, intercept customer payments and assess staggering financial penalties.
“The IRS is slated to select the second 2,000 employers at the end of 2010, so we can expect the number of IRS audits to continue to rise for business owners, many of whom may struggling in this current economy,” Rozbruch said. “We've helped businesses across the nation get payroll tax help and permanently resolve their employment tax debt problems, so I can’t emphasize enough to business owners the importance of getting expert representation for business tax audits to protect the future of their companies before it’s too late.”
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