Author Archives: Aaron
I occasionally come across interesting and humorous tax articles and like to pass them along. Today, I found a story that was too good to pass up and provides a good piece of advice — if an IRS agent ever asks you to pay him directly, call your lawyer. The USA Today article is worth reading… Read More »
My blog on February 27th, explained the distinction between employees and independent contractors while providing some basic information about the trust fund recovery penalty. This blog examines the intentional misclassification of employees and its consequences, as well as the operation and assessment of the trust fund tax penalty. Employee misclassification is an enormous problem nationwide. A… Read More »
As the Coronavirus situation continues to evolve, there is a large amount of uncertainty about what people are allowed to do and if a business is permitted to operate. While there is too much information for me to post in a short blog, I have tried to create a list of helpful links, below, about… Read More »
One of the many tax risks faced by owners of businesses is the trust fund tax penalty. With the IRS’s current focus on payment and collections of employment taxes, owners may wind up with a notice from the service inquiring about their Social Security, Medicare, and income tax withholding from employees wages. IRC 6672 provides… Read More »
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