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Employer Tax Issues



Tax laws seriously impact your business. Handling tax laws correctly can mean the difference between profit and loss.

Watch Out for Tax Protester Employees and Phoney W-4s

Despite the fact that tax protesters are routinely penalized by the IRS and the courts, the number of people who try to illegally avoid paying taxes seems to grow every year. You may even find the discontent

The problem of questionable W-4s is enormous. Before the rules changed, the IRS estimated that approximately 600,000 questionable W-4 forms were forwarded by employers each year.

spilling over into the workplace.

It usually starts with a bogus W-4 Form filed with your payroll department. Watch out for tip-offs, such as a faulty claim for tax-exempt status, entries for an extraordinary number of withholding allowances or other false or misleading information. And if an employee delivers a ten-page manifesto as to why withholding taxes violates the spirit of the U.S. Constitution, you've got a tax protester on your hands. Although it's good to be heads-up when you have a malcontent on staff who might affect morale, the actions you are required to take are now limited. Click here for more information.

Virtualex.com Ronald J. Cappuccio, J.D., LL.M.(Tax) 1800 Chapel Avenue West Suite 128 Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 Phone:(856) 665-2121      Fax: (856) 665-9005 Email: ron@taxesq.com

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