More than 50% of IRS audits involve
a small business or corporation.

More than 50% of IRS audits involve
a small business or corporation.

Fix Your Business

Due to the distressed economy, many small businesses experience difficulties meeting their Federal tax obligations. Poor revenue numbers entice many employers to cease sending the IRS any tax deposits in an effort to keep their companies afloat. Often times, they allocate this money towards paying employees or covering overhead expenses. Unfortunately, this creates a yearly ripple effect for most employers in which they will never catch up with delinquent payroll taxes. In addition to the unpaid payroll, an employer will typically stop filing quarterly and yearly returns in hope of a quick economic recovery. This dangerous and wishful thinking ultimately leads to disaster. If you find your business in such a situation, call The Tax Lawman to schedule a consultation. Let us develop a sound strategy to address your growing payroll tax problem. Let us help your business by setting a path of tax debt freedom regardless of your financial situation or the current economic climate.

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Aside from fixing delinquent payroll issues, our law firm assists dozens of self-employed sole proprietor businesses each year to pay less in Federal income taxes. Sole proprietors often times greatly overpay on the dreaded “self-employment tax” consisting of approximately 15% of their net profit – that’s in addition to regular income taxes! As a small business owner, if you find yourself paying too much in income taxes or are unable to make estimated tax payments to the IRS, call The Tax Lawman to discuss your alternative options.

Start a Business

Have a great business idea but don't know where to begin? The Tax Lawman can help you start a business by providing knowledgeable corporate counseling and guidance for aspiring entrepreneurs. From choosing a limited liability corporation (LLC), professional corporations (PC), or joint venture to the tax consequences and obligations behind s-corps, c-corps , partnerships, and sole proprietorship we provide necessary counseling you need to make an informed decision about your company. We also provide incorporation and preparation of corporate bylaw services including formation of non-profit and 501(c)(3) tax exempt companies.

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Unsure of the difference between a sub-chapter s corporation and a sole proprietorship? The Federal tax implications could mean the difference of your business surviving or folding within the first few years. Start a business today! Call Tax Attorney Paul Tarnavsky of The Tax Lawman at 586-933-5818 for a consultation regarding your most important initial steps. Visit the Services page for a complete listing of IRS tax debt services offered by The Tax Lawman.

Fix Your Business

Due to the distressed economy, many small businesses experience difficulties meeting their Federal tax obligations. Poor revenue numbers entice many employers to cease sending the IRS any tax deposits in an effort to keep their companies afloat. Often times, they allocate this money towards paying employees or covering overhead expenses. Unfortunately, this creates a yearly ripple effect for most employers in which they will never catch up with delinquent payroll taxes. In addition to the unpaid payroll, an employer will typically stop filing quarterly and yearly returns in hope of a quick economic recovery. This dangerous and wishful thinking ultimately leads to disaster. If you find your business in such a situation, call The Tax Lawman to schedule a consultation. Let us develop a sound strategy to address your growing payroll tax problem. Let us help your business by setting a path of tax debt freedom regardless of your financial situation or the current economic climate.

Aside from fixing delinquent payroll issues, our law firm assists dozens of self-employed sole proprietor businesses each year to pay less in Federal income taxes. Sole proprietors often times greatly overpay on the dreaded “self-employment tax” consisting of approximately 15% of their net profit – that’s in addition to regular income taxes! As a small business owner, if you find yourself paying too much in income taxes or are unable to make estimated tax payments to the IRS, call The Tax Lawman to discuss your alternative options.

Start a Business

Have a great business idea but don't know where to begin? The Tax Lawman can help you start a business by providing knowledgeable corporate counseling and guidance for aspiring entrepreneurs. From choosing a limited liability corporation (LLC), professional corporations (PC), or joint venture to the tax consequences and obligations behind s-corps, c-corps , partnerships, and sole proprietorship we provide necessary counseling you need to make an informed decision about your company. We also provide incorporation and preparation of corporate bylaw services including formation of non-profit and 501(c)(3) tax exempt companies.

Unsure of the difference between a sub-chapter s corporation and a sole proprietorship? The Federal tax implications could mean the difference of your business surviving or folding within the first few years. Start a business today! Call Tax Attorney Paul Tarnavsky of The Tax Lawman at 586-933-5818 for a consultation regarding your most important initial steps. Visit the Services page for a complete listing of IRS tax debt services offered by The Tax Lawman.