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December 2017 Archives

Working with IRS to pay off tax debt

Connecticut residents who are one or more years behind on paying their taxes may find themselves in quite the bind. With Uncle Sam calling and wanting money now, but not enough money in the bank, figuring out how to handle the situation can be challenging. Thankfully, the IRS is not totally unreasonable and may offer an affordable way for one to pay off tax debt.

Connecticut tax crimes: filing bogus returns doesn't pay

When tax season rolls around, it can be tempting to be a little dishonest in the hopes of avoiding paying an arm and a leg in taxes. However, lying on tax returns or filing bogus returns are tax crimes. Those in Connecticut and elsewhere who are caught doing either of these things could face some serious penalties.

Are you sure you shouldn't be paying payroll taxes?

As a business owner here in Connecticut, you may have people working for you. How you classify them determines whether you owe payroll taxes. If you improperly classify an employee as a contractor and fail to make payroll tax payments, you could end up on the IRS's radar. 

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