The IRS is focused on closing the tax gap. One way it hopes to do so is to collect promptly on unpaid employment taxes. They have now issued new directives to pursue many employers at a pace we have not seen before in recent history. In order to keep your client out of trouble in this arena, it is imperative that you understand what employment taxes are comprised of, how they are to be filed and paid, and what compliance issues can get your client into trouble. If you don’t understand the rules properly you can inadvertently be getting your client into trouble without knowing it. Attend this basic overview seminar to learn what you need to know about employment taxes, the requirements for payment and filing employers must follow, as well as compliance efforts and issues that employers may face and strategies to help them resolve those issues.
Discover how employment taxes are defined, as well as what they are comprised of.
Understand the filing, withholding, and payment requirements employers must follow.
Learn about the compliance issues and concerns the IRS has with employment tax.
Discover Newly announced IRS efforts starting in 2017 regarding employment tax issues.
Understand the issues that employers face with unfiled or unpaid employment taxes.
Learn strategies to help your client resolve their employment tax issues.
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Tanya has been an enrolled agent since 2006 and received a B.S. in accounting and a minor in business administration from Mesa State University. Tanya practices as a public accountant in the area of personal, business, and non-profit tax preparation, planning, and consulting. She is also a CTRS - Certified Tax Resolution Specialist. She has been practicing in accounting and taxation since 1994.
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