There are many issues which a business owner (especially a small business owner, or sole proprietor) can run into when it comes tax time every year. While the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is generally reasonable and more than willing to compromise or work out a fair solution to these issues, you need to be very vigilant about paying your taxes in a prompt and timely manner. Likewise, when you file your taxes each year, you need to be very sure that you itemized all your allowable deductions and paid all of the payroll taxes that you owe. Otherwise, you could end up in very hot water with the IRS, which could result in severe fines and penalties, and even imprisonment.
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There are many common mistakes which business owners make each year, and which can be (in most cases) easily avoided by simply hiring a qualified tax attorney to help you prepare and file your yearly tax return. Issues such as payroll tax payments, or taking too many deductions, or failing to properly itemize each and every deduction which you have taken, can lead to serious trouble with the IRS. Again, it’s an excellent idea to hire and retain a qualified, professional IRS attorney who can help you with all of these business tax issues.