This is an upward view of city skyscrapers.

Business Formation Specialist

Help is Available

Have you been notified by the IRS regarding back taxes, late filings, penalties, garnishments or an audit?

 

Since 1988 the IRS has implemented the Tax Payers Bill of Rights to challenge the IRS' position regarding your tax notices and be heard. These rights include the right to appeal an IRS decision in an independent forum and the right to retain representation regarding tax notices.

 

There are measures you can take to stop garnishments, implement installment payment agreements or recover a portion of an over payment or refund applied to a past due tax obligation. 

 

We are here to assist you. 

Small business owners shouldn’t miss this free recorded workshop

Small business owners who want to learn about their tax obligations should watch the Small Business Virtual Tax Workshop. This online workshop is an easy way for new small business owners to dive in and for experienced small business owners to brush up on topics relevant to their business. It’s free and available 24/7.

People can watch the video lessons in any order. The topics include:

• Federal taxes and your new business
• Schedule C and other small business taxes
• Filing and paying taxes electronically
• Business use of your home
• Federal taxes when hiring employees or independent contractors
• Managing payroll to withhold the correct amount of taxes
• Tax deposits and filing a return to report payroll taxes
• Hiring people who live in the U.S. who aren't citizens

Each lesson links to more specific topics within that lesson, like chapters in a book. Viewers can choose the lessons that apply to their small business. They can also pause and bookmark lessons so they can review information later.

In addition to English, the workshop is also available in Spanish, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, and Haitian Creole. Transcripts and closed caption options are also available.

Business owners can watch the workshop at IRS.gov.

Have questions?

We are here to assist. Contact us by phone, email or via our Social Media channels.