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Showing posts with label IRS tax forms. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IRS tax forms. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Free Income Tax Calculator

Be prepared this tax season with
good planning and a good accountant
Estimate your income tax return free of charge. These free online income tax calculators help you to estimate your federal tax liability ahead of time.

Take measures to ensure there is no unexpected surprise when it comes time to file your tax return and pay your taxes. 

Estimating your tax liability ahead of time can dramatically reduce your anxiety and stress during the tax season. It allows you to quit worrying about what your tax bill will be and focus on meeting your financial obligation. You can then prepare your tax return without that stress hanging over your head.

READ MORE >> INCOME.TAX.CALCULATOR.COM: Income Tax Calculator 2014 - 2015

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Should I Use the IRS Withholding Calculator This Tax Season?

Avoid having too much or too little
income tax withheld from your pay.
If you are an employee, the Withholding Calculator can help you determine whether you need to give your employer a new  Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate to avoid having too much or too little Federal income tax withheld from your pay. You can use your results from the calculator to help fill out the form.

Who Can Benefit From The Withholding Calculator?
  • Employees who would like to change their withholding to reduce their tax refund or their balance due;
  • Employees whose situations are only approximated by the worksheets on the paper W-4 (e.g., anyone with concurrent jobs, or couples in which both are employed; those entitled to file as Head of Household; and those with several children eligible for the Child Tax Credit);
  • Employees with non-wage income in excess of their adjustments and deductions, who would prefer to have tax on that income withheld from their paychecks rather than make periodic separate payments through the estimated tax procedures.
READ MORE >> IRS.GOV: IRS Withholding Calculator


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Do you need to meet with your tax representation prior to being audited by the IRS?

Having excellent experienced tax 
representation is extremely
 important and invaluable
during an audit by the IRS.
People who acquire tax representation for their tax audits, often wonder whether or not they need to meet with their actual tax representative.

The good news is that if your time is extremely valuable and you hire tax representation to represent you to the IRS, you usually do not need to meet up with them at all. 

Through the Power of Attorney (form 2848), your tax representative can handle all the dealings with the IRS on their own. This includes even being able to sign final agreements with them after the tax audit of your business is complete.

One thing to note is that tax representation can be extremely useful for people who are incredibly busy, however there is a caveat that needs to be talked about. The IRS can still force you to appear by using what is called an “administrative summons”. This administrative summons is most often used if your IRS representative is not cooperating with the IRS and sharing all the details they are looking for. Often this happens too if they are expecting or have suspicions of some sort of fraudulent behavior with your filing.

In this case, having very good tax representation is extremely important and invaluable. They can help you save yourself from possible pending criminal charges which the IRS take extremely serious. If you do know you filed wrongly, or inaccurately, you should hire help right away to help you correct the mistake.

Often people in this situation succumb to:
  • Fabricating receipts
  • Fabricating records to support invalid deductions
  • Lie to the examiner about income or other items

High quality tax representation whether you are in Atlanta, Georgia or anywhere else is money well spent and is often worth its weight in gold (solid gold).

Typically, it is very difficult for the IRS to prove underlying tax evasion. Doing any of the above three things though is what on average leads to the taxpayers ultimate downfall. Honesty truly is the best policy. Regardless, having a good tax representative who is well versed in criminal cases or potentially criminal cases could end up saving you from the wrath of the IRS.

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Call GBC Income Tax Services today at 678-366-9232 for all your tax and IRS needs!

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Atlanta Payroll Tax Problems with the IRS? No Worries. We Got You Covered.

Haste makes waste
If you are in Atlanta and are having payroll tax problems with the IRS, fear not anymore. There is indeed a solution. There is a few things you should know about payroll taxes though, crucial knowledge that could help you avoid legitimate problems with the IRS as long as these rules of thumbs are followed and guidelines applied.

First things you need to know before getting Atlanta IRS representation is what to hold back from every employee's paycheck:
  • Federal (and if applicable state) income taxes
  • FICA contributions (for such programs as Social Security and Medicare) 
Knowing that going in, it will be a whole lot easier to help you out of your Atlanta IRS based problems should you ever need professional audit help.

Other important notes for an employer to know to help them with their Atlanta payroll tax problems:
  • How much income tax to withhold depends on the numbers of exemptions claimed by the employee.
  • FICA contributions from a percentage of gross earnings earned by the actual employee in which you must either match to a certain percentage, or fully.
  • Use a federal tax deposit form with your payment (makes things way easier)
Along with these, there are also a couple things you must make sure you always send to the IRS. If you do not send these to the IRS, then you may indeed find yourself needing Atlanta IRS representation.  The Atlanta IRS requires this information by federal law, so it is best to make sure you send it over:
  • Form 941 Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return. Form is filed every 3 months whilst your business maintains employees. This report shows the employees' federal income tax and FICA withheld for the previous quarter.
    Download Form 941
  • Form 940 Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment Tax Return or FUTA. Filed once a year, and is used to calculate federal unemployment tax. It is important to note that the FUTA tax is paid by the actual business and is not withed from the employee's check.
    Download Form 940
If you find yourself failing in this area of Atlanta IRS representation for your business, do not fret. The Atlanta IRS has reported that the vast majority of businesses are often late, or mess up, their taxes. While the Atlanta IRS considers payroll taxes the most serious of all the tax debts, often they will be willing to work with you as long as you pick the correct Atlanta IRS representation.  

Be careful with payroll taxes, as Atlanta IRS collectors can be extremely tenacious if you owe any payroll taxes whatsoever. 

If you do find yourself in trouble, give GBC Tax a call today to help with your Atlanta IRS representation, the sooner the call the sooner your payroll tax problems can be fixed.

Call GBC Income Tax Services today at 678-366-9232 for all your tax and IRS needs!


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