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Tax Audit Help – How Long Will The Process of Solving My Problem Take

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Many of our callers do not understand how long it takes to resolve a tax problem. Many clients think small problems are large and many do not understand how large their project is and how much it will cost.
When it comes to Tax audit help, how long will your case [...]

Can I go to Jail For Not Paying My Taxes? You May Need Tax Representation Or Help With IRS

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Many are concerned about the fact they may go to jail for not paying their taxes and may need tax representation or help with IRS documentation.This is a delicate topic but can easily be dealt with if done right.
Article Body: Yes, without tax representation and under certain conditions the IRS can and will send you [...]

Case Settled, Payroll Taxes, Civil Penalty, Individual Income Taxes

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

I apologize for not updating the blog, but I have been really busy.
I have settled a very very large case. I have settled a case that started in 2007. The client had not filed an income tax return, or for that matter, any tax returns in a number of years. The client [...]

Individual Income Tax Preparation

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

There is a process to preparing a bunch of individual income tax returns. The first step in the process is to roll all of the firm’s clients into the next tax year. This process took the better part of 3 days. Now that I have every client into the correct year, the [...]

Annual Year End Payroll Processing

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Yesterday, I explained how many checks and transactions payroll has required to process my firm’s payroll obligations for one year. Today, I wanted to finalize my firm’s 4th quarter payroll processing and print W-2’s. Here is how that process happened:
First, you have to determine the amount paid for Officer’s Health Insurance. There [...]

Payroll Processing, Why would not outsource that function?

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

There are six of us in the firm. 2 owners and 4 employees. We process our own payroll, we are an accounting firm, we should process our own payroll. But let’s examine that function and process of business.
We pay bi-weekly. 26 payrolls per year.
For the 26 payrolls for tax year 2011, [...]

IRC 6699 Penalty, Corporation Assessed Penalty for Failing to Timely File Corporation Tax Return

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

I represent a corporation that has been assessed a penalty under IRC 6699. Essentially, the IRS charges a penalty to a corporation if the corporation does not timely file an income tax return.
The IRS charges $195 per month per shareholder for not to exceed 12 months. So if you have 2 [...]

Michigan Man Feels Full Wrath of IRS

Monday, November 14th, 2011

In today’s complex rules and regulatory environment it is vital business owners comply with laws and keeping accurate records. A Bloomfield, Michigan businessman with a checkered past found that out the hard way.
John Walter Kaber, owner of Merchant Processing, which installed credit card processing systems, learned what it means to feel the full weight and [...]

Customer Service

Friday, December 4th, 2009

I am sick and tired of lousy customer service.  I want to make a pledge to my clients, I want to offer you the level of service that I expect to receive.  I work really hard to make my standards exceed your expectations.  My staff and I are committed to service, in the office you [...]

Disappointed in my Postings this week

Friday, November 20th, 2009

I have not had much this week.  I have not found anythig all that interesting.  Most of the information I have seen this week has related to health care.  Honestly, I have many opinions regarding that subject; howver, I have no intention of discussing the subject.  The health care subject is above my paygrade.
I continue to [...]