You Can Be Personally Liable For Unpaid Payroll Tax
Employees are dedicated to the companies for which they work. That dedication, however, has certain limits — limits like personal responsibility for an employer’s payroll taxes. At the Baker Law Firm, P.C., in Danbury, Connecticut, we represent individuals including bookkeepers, controllers and other business people who have the responsibility of paying an employer’s bills. We use our extensive legal knowledge and skill to get to the heart of your legal issue quickly — saving you time, money and frustration. We are committed to providing effective legal representation that helps clients achieve the favorable outcomes they depend on.
Employment taxes include those paid for withholding, Medicare, Social Security and unemployment compensation. Employers across all industries are responsible for paying these taxes on behalf of their employees.
We advocate on behalf of non-business owners, helping them defend their interests before the IRS. We understand that just because you may write payroll checks and make payroll decisions does not mean that you are personally liable for employment taxes. Our lawyers make compelling and effective arguments to convince the IRS that it cannot assert personal liability for employment tax against an individual.
To contact us regarding your employment tax concerns, call 203-648-4737.
The Internal Revenue Service can pursue aggressive measures to collect employment taxes, so it is critical that you work with a team of seasoned attorneys. At the Baker Law Firm, P.C., our lawyers use more than 50 years of combined experience to protect the interests of our clients.
See why so many Connecticut clients have trusted their company employment tax concerns to us. To speak with a lawyer at the Baker Law Firm, P.C., please call us at 203-648-4737 or complete our online contact form.