(This special report is for small business owners)
If So—You MUST Read This
Special Report to Protect Yourself and Your Business From the IRS!
It’s hard being a small business owner today, trying to pay your employees their paychecks every week, and pay the IRS all those payroll taxes! A lot of times when money is short, you pay the employees first. It’s a natural thing to do—you need to take care of your employees, even if you have to skip paying yourself! Besides, if you don’t pay them, they’ll quit and you will have to hire new people all the time. And who has the desire or the time to do that?
If you owe payroll taxes, you are in danger of losing your business …
The IRS Doesn’t Care About
Your Financial Problems.
They Just Want You to Pay Your Payroll Taxes!
The IRS doesn’t care if you can’t pay your employees. They don’t care if they put your employees out on the street. They don’t care if you can’t collect your receivables. They don’t care if one of your largest and best customers just went “belly up.” They don’t care if we’re still suffering the lingering effects of the Great Recession. All they care about is that you have money that belongs to them, and they will do whatever they have to, even put you out of business, to collect it. They don’t care who you are, or even what business you are in.
Penalties for failing to file and pay your payroll taxes are the “kiss of death” for any small business owner. They tack on penalties totaling 33% in just the first 16 days! And it doesn’t stop there. The IRS adds interest on top of the penalties, too. It is not uncommon that a payroll tax liability doubles in short order. And if you don’t pay them or work something out, they will shut you down! It’s much less work for the revenue officer, as most are lazy, simply to close you down rather than work out an arrangement with you.
The IRS Will Collect—
Or They Will Shut You Down
It’s as simple as that. The IRS is the most brutal collection agency on the planet. They have more authority than the President of the United States! And they have all the ways and means to do whatever it takes to collect what’s owed to them. You didn’t wake up in the morning, go to work, and say to yourself, “I’m not paying my payroll taxes” because you didn’t want to. The money simply wasn’t there. It’s not your fault. One week you are short of cash. It was a slow week, a customer’s check bounced, or any number of other legitimate reasons prevented you from paying the IRS. You’re a good person. You figure you will make it up the next week. But then next week comes and goes, and you realize you still don’t have enough money to make that payroll tax deposit. And then the entire situation starts “snowballing” into an avalanche.
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Don’t Bother to Call the IRS
To Talk Your Way Out
Of This Predicament
If you were to call the IRS, and were able to get through after waiting on hold for an hour and try to explain your situation—you might as well have a conversation with the wall—because the person you talk to doesn’t care. This IRS representative probably makes $13-$14an hour and is poorly trained. Do you think this person ever had to make a payroll in his or her life? Do you think this person knows what it’s like running a small business? Do you really think he or she will have any sympathy for you? Not only is the answer “NO,” but this IRS representative can also dictate the fate of your case. What he or she will try to get, while you’re on the phone, is all your personal and financial information. This person will want to know where you bank; all about your customers who owe you money; and the value of all your assets, like your home, cars, motorcycles, etc. Why? Because now the IRS has all the information it needs to levy your bank accounts, take your receivables, and seize your property.
The IRS Has the Right to Just Come In and Shut You Down!
Did you see the IRS hearings on TV lately? Did you see how badly the IRS treated and harassed all of those conservative not-for-profit organizations?! Did you see the high-ranking female employee, who was in charge of this scandal, plead the 5th Amendment rather than tell the truth to the American people? Can you believe the IRS does these kinds of things to their own citizens?
I have rarely seen any IRS employee be disciplined for violating the law. They just go about their job as if nothing even happened. How do you think they’re going to deal with you, the small business owner?
Let me ask you a question. If you were accused of a civil or a criminal offense, would you go to court without a lawyer? I wouldn’t. Well, it’s the same thing with the IRS. Owing 941 payroll taxes is a different animal than owing 1040 income taxes. It could turn into a criminal matter quickly. Why? Because the money you owe the IRS for payroll taxes has already been deducted from your employees’ paychecks for withholding purposes. It’s not your money to begin with; the IRS has entrusted you to hold this amount, on behalf of your employees, and pay it over to the IRS when you issue paychecks. The IRS looks at this as if you “stole” from them. The IRS gives your employees credit for the withholdings and fully expects you to pay this amount to the IRS at the same time you pay your employees.
Even If Your Business Is Shut Down—
You’re Not Out of the Woods
After they padlock your doors, they will go after you personally. The IRS is a very special creditor. They don’t need a court order to go after your personal assets. So, your problem has just gotten bigger. It’s enough to make anyone paranoid, with the IRS stalking you, looking to get your money any way they can.
There Is a Way for You to Get Help!
Now that you know you shouldn’t be talking to the IRS because they are not going to help you, you might be wondering what you should do. Where should you turn for help? The smartest thing you can do to protect your business and your family is to have someone represent you—someone who deals with the IRS for a living. You need to get help—but not just from anyone—you need help from someone who is an experienced, competent professional, one who deals with the IRS every day, helping small business owners keep their businesses and settle IRS payroll tax problems.
Hi, my name is Noel B. Lorenzana, and I specialize in helping taxpayers with IRS problems as well as small business owners like you. The first thing we do is meet with you to go over your situation and determine the ways we can help you. But better than that—our consultation is FREE. Once you decide to retain us, we step into your shoes and protect you from the IRS’s abusive tactics. We take over all communications from the IRS on your behalf. You don’t have to speak with the IRS anymore. We do. Not only that—they are not allowed to talk to you once you sign our power of attorney! Once the IRS realizes you have someone on your side protecting you, who knows their tricks, as well as they do, they have to step back and follow the law. Not only can we protect you from the IRS harassing you, calling you, and showing up at your front door, we can get those penalties reduced and in some cases completely removed!
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too LATE
Get the Peace of Mind You and Your Family Deserve …
Don’t wait until the IRS has seized your accounts, closed your business, and added on penalties that add up to be more than the taxes you owe. You have the right to be represented by a third party. You have many rights you may not even know of.
We know how to preserve your rights and how you can be afforded protection. You have the right to sleep better at night, not with one eye open staring at the ceiling and suffering from indigestion because you are so stressed out and afraid of what the IRS can do to your life.
Call my office today, tell my staff that you read this report, and set up an appointment for a FREE consultation so we can discuss the ways we can protect you—and help you get your life back!
Noel B. Lorenzana
Registered Certified Public Accountant
Phone: (847) 780-6635