Congress passed a law that provides for the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TFRP) to encourage prompt payment of withheld income and employment taxes, including social security taxes, railroad retirement taxes, or collected excise taxes. These taxes are called trust fund taxes because you actually hold the employee's money in trust until you make a federal tax deposit in that amount. The IRS has indicated that they will pursue employers for penalties at a pace not seen in recent history. Attend this basic overview seminar to learn what you need to know about the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, as well as strategies for its prevention and defense.
Understand IRS compliance efforts and newly announced ones.
Learn how to keep your clients out of trouble, as well as yourself.
Discover prevention techniques to keep your clients out of trouble, as well as yourself.
Learn defense strategies for TFRP cases.
Discover strategies to help your client resolve their employment tax issues.
Understand the rights your taxpayer may have in the collection or appeals process.
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