Seeking Payroll Tax Debt Relief? You Have Options

payroll tax debt reliefSmall businesses are weighed down with a bevy of taxes (and soon they will face changing overtime policies, too). For every employee, businesses have payroll taxes that are paid throughout the year (rather than just on April 15). But what happens if you get behind and can’t pay? Or what if your business goes under? Read on to learn more about employer taxes and payroll tax debt relief.

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Carly Owed Over 32k in Back Taxes. See How DTR Saved the Day!

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Carly* was overwhelmed. She found herself owing over $32,000 in back taxes, penalties and fees to the IRS. She feared the destruction to her personal credit that a tax lien would cause, and she couldn’t handle the loss of income she’d face if the IRS decided to garnish her wages. After months of stress, Carly decided to seek help.

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Have You Heard? Tax Day Has Been Extended!

Tax Day If you are panicking about filing your taxes, then this is your lucky year. Because of Emancipation Day, an April 16 holiday celebrated in Washington, D.C., that marks the abolition of slavery in the region, you will find yourself with a little bit of a tax extension. Because the honorable holiday occurs on a Saturday this year, it will be celebrated the Friday before. That’s right! April 15, which means three extra days for all of you last-minute filers.
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New IRS Passport Law Limits Travel to Those in Tax Debt

Have a tax debt near $50,000? You may find yourself unable to travel. In December, President Barack Obama signed a 5-year infrastructure spending bill. Sandwiched within this bill aimed to improve our nation’s highway and transit systems, was an IRS passport law.
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IRS Announces 131 Million Returns Already Filed This Season – 36 Million Owe Balances Due

2013 tax season on pace to match 2012 where 148 million returns were filed with almost 38 million of those owing unpaid taxes. Direct Tax Relief (DTR) assists clients who have filed and owe back taxes. The IRS reported that as of April 18, 2014, the IRS has received more than 131 million returns, of which 88 percent were e-filed (IRS News Release IR-2014-56, April 24, 2014). Of those 131 million returns 94,809,000 were due refunds (IR 2014-56).
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