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Unpaid Payroll Taxes: Are You Liable? IRSMedic: Parent & Parent LLP 144 S. Main St Wallingford, CT 06492 Phone: (203) 269-6699 Unpaid Payroll Taxes: Are You Liable?

The answer is ‘yes’ if the IRS decides that you are, in some way, personally liable for unpaid payroll taxes. For example, if you have a joint account and your spouse’s business is behind on payroll taxes, all the funds in your checking account can be seized. If you’re behind in payroll taxes, or if you think your company is, don’t wait for the IRS or state tax board to find you. It can ruin your company and your personal finances very quickly. At IRS Medic, we work closely with clients and we’re right here in Connecticut. We’ll explain your options. We’re a firm of income tax attorneys with extensive IRS and state tax board experience, and we know how to negotiate on your behalf. (Scroll down for more information.)

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Imagine how much better you’ll feel when your tax problems are resolved. We’ve helped many clients clean up their complex tax issues and we’ve earned an “A” rating from the Better Business Bureau. The sooner you contact us, the sooner you can stop worrying about back payroll taxes or other IRS problems, put this behind you and move on with your life. Whatever you decide, protect your rights. Don’t sign any agreement or document with your company, the IRS or state tax board before having it reviewed by your own tax attorney.

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