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A Major Payroll Problem That Arises is the Mis-Classification of an Employee
What to Do When You Are Dealing With the IRS and All Else Fails
Advice on what you can do to avoid various IRS penalties like late-filing, late-payment, negligence, substantial understatement, and fraud.
What are the tax consequences and penalties if you file your return late?
Explains when the 100% Employment Tax Trust Fund Penalty Will Be Imposed.