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This program was recorded on March 27, 2019
IRS Payroll taxes can become a huge problem for small business owners. If you are not properly informed about your obligations and the possible consequences, your business could face serious consequences for which the business owners and managers could be held personally responsible. Knowing your filing and payment requirements is vital to the health and longevity of your business. If you do get behind, understanding what a Revenue Officer can and cannot do will put you in the best position to protect your business, yourself and your key employees.
Irina Goldberg is a tax attorney in North County, San Diego. Her practice involves representing clients in matters before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Franchise Tax Board (FTB), State Board of Equalization (SBOE) and Employment Development Department (EDD). She defends individuals and business with serious tax problems and financial concerns in the areas of criminal tax, offshore accounts, tax appeals, audits, trust fund taxes, offer in compromises and more. Ms. Goldberg received her Master of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) from USD School of Law and graduated magna cum laude from Whittier Law School where she received her Juris Doctorate (J.D.). At Whittier, she was awarded the Outstanding Graduate in Legal Writing by the faculty and received CALI awards recognizing top performance in her class for the areas of Federal Income Taxation, Corporate Taxation, and Advanced Legal Reasoning. Ms. Goldberg also served on the editorial board for the Whittier Law Review and took second place in the 9th Annual American Bar Association (ABA) Tax Challenge. She completed her undergraduate education in Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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- What are payroll taxes and how can I fall behind?
- Revenue Officer Involvement (Do I need an attorney?)
- Getting into Compliance
- Responsible party assessment (Trust Fund Recovery)
- Negotiating a resolution