CTR Tax Relief Company Warning Business Owners Of Dangers Of Federal Tax Debt

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CTR, a professional tax relief company, has issued a new warning to business owners about the danger to their finances when owing federal tax debt.

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It’s a critical time for these small businesses, companies and entrepreneurs to finalize their returns before tax penalties burden their finances.

CTR has dealt with many tax issues from businesses and individuals across the country and has just released a new warning on it’s website for businesses who missed the tax filing deadline. The warning comes after the company’s Irvine tax attorneys were contacted repeatedly by business owners across the country with questions about their payroll and business taxes. Small businesses and S corps who missed the March 15th deadline for filing taxes are particularly targeted in the new warning from company management.

“It’s a critical time for these small businesses, companies and entrepreneurs to finalize their returns before tax penalties burden their finances,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “It’s very often that missed filing dates can cause tax debt problems that hurt business.”

The company has issued similar warnings to business owners before. Additional tax information has been placed on the CTR company website by the company’s New Orleans tax attorney to help business owners who may have debt issues. Information about tax preparation and payroll tax negotiation was composed by company tax professionals who worked on the extra content after the deadline passed.

“We know there are individuals out there searching for information about how to handle these problems,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “Business tax debts can literally shut the door on your business’s future. We’re hoping that taxpayers who read these pages and relate will seek professional tax help like a Sacramento tax lawyer.”

The warning was drafted for business owners by Birmingham tax attorneys and goes into depth about payroll tax debt and IRS lien and levy procedures. Businesses that do not pay back their debts eventually can have assets seized by the government. Some business owners who are not legally separate from their company can have their homes and other personal items seized as well. CTR’s professionals take the matter very serious in the warning, but also provide answers for getting tax relief.

“This is a tax problem that can be solved in a lot of cases,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “Our team is dedicated to helping these businesses resolve their financial problems and continue pursuing their goals.”

CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.

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