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Payroll Tax Delinquency

If you need professional tax relief assistance for payroll tax delinquency or back payroll taxes owed, the Tax Relief Center can connect you to experienced tax relief specialists and lawyers in your area who are available to help you. See how tax relief specialists can help you. Begin by requesting a Free Tax Debt Relief Consultation - at no obligation.

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When businesses neglect to file and pay payroll taxes, the IRS may take serious collection and enforcement action against the business, or even the owners of the business. This may include seizure of company assets, bank levies, and other strong measures. Don't ignore tax issues until things get worse. Get professional tax help now.

Help With Payroll Tax Delinquency

As a business or employer you are responsible for more than a healthy bottom line; you are obligated to pay payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service and other state or local agencies on time to avoid payroll tax delinquency. The IRS mandates that you withhold taxes from your employees' wages and also that you pay your portion of the following:

  • Medicare taxes
  • Social Security taxes
  • Unemployment taxes
  • Federal income taxes

As an employer you are required to deposit your employees' and your portion of payroll taxes with the appropriate revenue agency. This includes timely payment of federal payroll withholding taxes. Most states and local governments typically impose income tax withholding measures on employers as well.

Payroll tax delinquency is a serious matter and could happen if you do not closely follow all prescribed IRS and other tax rules. For example, you must:

  • Adhere to your federal tax deposit schedule called a "Circular E."
  • Make sure you receive the current IRS Circular E form (the IRS sends employers a new Circular E each year).
  • Follow the correct Circular E form.
  • Comply with your tax deposit schedule (typically semiweekly or monthly).

If federal tax obligations and time tables weren't enough to keep track of, there can also be state payroll tax requirements. Regulations can change from state or state. Commonly, the majority of states enforce state income tax withholding and make it the employer's responsibility to pay state unemployment tax.

When businesses neglect to file and pay payroll taxes, the IRS may take serious collection and enforcement action against the business, or even the owners of the business. Tax delinquency justice is designed to help stop seizure of company assets, bank levies, and other strong measures. Don't ignore tax issues until things get worse. Get professional tax help now.

Delinquency and Tax Penalties

Juggling the demands of a business as well as the IRS payroll tax rules and regulations to avoid income tax delinquency can be very time-consuming and stressful. The IRS can penalize you for not paying your taxes on time or even if you do not use the stipulated deposit method. For example, if you make your payroll tax deposits without utilizing the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) system or at a financial institution authorized to accept federal tax deposits, you can be charged a hefty percentage (typically 10%) of the taxes due.

Should you make your payroll tax deposits late, the usual charge or penalty is 5 percent (of the amount owed) and can rise in accordance with how late a payment is. In other words, the more delinquent or the later you pay, the greater the percentage you pay. Even if a third party deposits your payroll tax for you and makes a mistake, the business or employer is liable.

Instead of dealing with complex tax issues on your own, get professional tax help now by requesting a free tax debt relief consultation - at no obligation.

You must also remember the timetable or payment schedule for state payroll tax deposits as they will probably be different that the federal system.

Employers must give their employee(s) an annual report or proof of wages paid and federal, state and local tax taxes withheld. This is called a W-2 Form and a copy must also be sent to the IRS and some states (by January 31 and February 28 (March 31 if filed electronically) respectively). If an employer defaults or neglects to file W-2 forms, an automatic penalty of up to $50 per form could be charged for late filing (also state and local penalties can apply).

Tax Relief Could Help You

When businesses neglect to file and pay payroll taxes, the IRS may take serious collection and enforcement action against the business, or even the owners of the business. One of the harshest tax penalties a business could face from the IRS results from delinquent federal income tax withholding and Social Security taxes. The Internal Revenue Service can penalize a business for as much as 100% of the payroll taxes due them.

Tax relief could help you stop IRS, state or local agencies seizure of company assets, bank levies, and other strong measures resulting from payroll tax delinquency. Don't ignore tax issues until things get worse. Get professional tax help now.

If you need professional tax relief assistance for payroll tax delinquency or back payroll taxes owed, the Tax Relief Center can connect you to experienced tax relief specialists and lawyers in your area who are available to help you. Get started by requesting your free tax debt relief consultation. Begin with a simple form.

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