We'll help you find the right solution for your needs
Does this sound like your topic?
enough people that were paid over $600 that we missed in our 1099's, so they charged fees and penalties about 10,000. I said BS im not paying this and walked away, that was many years ago. Now a bill came up as a levy on an old bank account of mine personally, lovely scumbag collection tactics, thats what we get for attempting to be compliant and snitch on our workers. Anyway, they said if we can prove that the 1099'ers in question filed returns then the amount would be alleviated. How do I make this go away with little or no payment? Need help, not preachers, will pay for legal service.The LLC was originally set up as a single member when applying for the EIN, but the tax return was filed as corporation and three members, this was just a mistake in filing for the EIN but the tax return was filed as Corp with three members. the argument from IRS was that 1099's were filed properly, not an issue of reclassifying 1099's to W-2's in other words. Their argument was that we simply forgot to 1099 10 or so people that should have received 1099's.