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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 843 Ministerial

Instructions and Help about Can Form 843 Ministerial

Music businesses that run into cashflow problems will generally pay their employment taxes last. The IRS is the last creditor knocking at the door. If a business fails to pay its employment taxes to the IRS, the IRS will assess the trust fund recovery penalty. This penalty imposes personal liability on owners, officers, directors, and employees who are responsible parties and willfully failed to collect, account for, and pay over the employment taxes. Regardless of the corporate shell, a person may be personally liable for those taxes. Determining whether an employee is a responsible person depends on their status, duty, and authority. This tax law firm will demonstrate that workers ing ministerial acts without exercising independent judgment will not be considered responsible parties. Having a corporate title without the authority to act does not make a person responsible. The IRS claims that shareholders, officers, directors, employees of a corporation, partners in a partnership, members of an LLC, and employees can be responsible parties. However, responsibility in this context depends on the specific facts and circumstances. To determine your status as a responsible party, our firm will investigate the duties outlined in your employment agreement and bylaws. We will also identify who has the authority to sign checks, control the financial affairs, determine which creditors are paid, control payroll disbursements, control the voting stock, and sign the employment tax returns. Our goal is to show that you are not a responsible party and did not willfully fail to pay the payroll taxes. The critical test is whether a person has the effective power to pay the owed payroll taxes. Willfulness refers to intentional, voluntary, or knowing conduct that is not accidental. It does not require evil intent or bad motive. A responsible party's attitude of not paying the payroll taxes demonstrates willfulness....