Monthly Archives: December 2010

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Tri-State Tax Resolution —Innocent Spouse Relief Saves Greenwich Wife From Husband’s Income Tax Evasion

With a focus on Tri-State tax resolution in the New York area, the Manhattan office of the Tax Resolution Institute on Fifth Avenue recently saved a Greenwich, Connecticut Housewife from losing her home and financial safety net on account of her husband’s income tax evasion. By qualifying the housewife for Innocent Spouse Relief, the tax experts at TRI helped the woman protect her children, their home and other assets from the collection efforts of IRS Revenue Officers. The real challenge was to show that she did not benefit from the extra money that her husband acquired while trading [...]

December 15th, 2010|Tax Resolution|

California Payroll Taxes Raised 24%, Hurting Struggling Companies & Resulting In Delinquent Payroll Tax Problems

Reflecting a trend in cash-strapped states across the United States from News York to Nevada, California payroll taxes have been raised 24% this year over last by the Employment Development Department. The highest payroll tax increase in the nation — an incredible 168% increase — happened in Hawaii. As Californian employers try to combat the high unemployment rates by increasing their workforces, they are being subverted by states desperate to raise taxes in order to cover staggering debts unemployment related to unemployment benefits. Nothing less than a vicious cycle, the Tax Resolution Institute realizes that many companies, in attempts [...]

December 6th, 2010|Tax Resolution|

Unexpected Payroll Tax Problems Arise As A Result Of New Homeland Security & ICE Enforcement Policies

United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the largest investigative agency in the Department of Homeland Security is taking federal enforcement of immigration and hiring policies to the next level, resulting in financial trouble and sudden payroll tax problems for a multitude of employers across the country. Recently, the owners of Hi-Tech Trucking and SeaLands Food were sentenced to 18 months jail and 2 years probation on top of forfeiting $1.2 million. In October 2010, retailer Abercrombie and Fitch was fined $1.1 million for technology-related deficiencies in its electronic I-9 verification system. In San Diego, the federal government is seeking [...]

December 2nd, 2010|Payroll Tax Problems, Tax Resolution Services|