New Brunswick Trust Fund Issues Attorney

When a business fails to pay the Federal or State Government taxes withheld from employees' salaries, the IRS and the New Jersey Department of Revenue have the power to deal with the offending taxpayer and the people who are responsible. This power includes pursuing actions against the entity responsible for withholding the tax and against the individual who are responsible for making the payments.

If you have issues involving taxes withheld from your or your employee's checks, do not hesitate to contact an experienced trust fund issue lawyer.

Princeton Trust Fund Lawyer

The taxes withheld from employees salaries are considered to be trust funds. The IRS and the New Jersey Department of Revenue aggressively pursue the collection of trust funds. These government agencies have the power not only to collect the tax and interest from the taxpayer, but they have the power to assess a penalty, known as the "trust fund recovery penalty," against the paying entity and the individuals who are found to be responsible for the failure to pay.

When the government is attempting to collect trust funds it may name the owners of the business, corporate officers, directors and any employee who has had authority to sign a check.

Helping Businesses Resolve Tax and Trust Fund Issues

I, Ralph H. Kline, have more than 30 years of experience assisting clients with their tax issues. If your business has failed to pay the taxes withheld from employees' salaries, you should consult an experienced tax attorney as soon as possible. The penalties and other consequences you or your company could face are not worth the risk. You can rely on me for effective and immediate service.

Contact a Trust Fund Issue Lawyer Today

Please feel free to contact my Kingston tax law firm today at 609-921-6266 for a consultation. I will answer any questions you may have regarding your trust fund concerns in Middlesex County and throughout New Jersey.