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Payroll Tax Problems

Many entrepreneurs get caught up in selecting the "most appropriate business structure" - particularly people planning to conquer the moon right out of the gate. If this is you beware as business structure is a determination that is best driven out of operational efficacy. Why? Most all new...

In 1997, the IRS issued proposed regulations governing when the distributive share of partnership income for Limited Liability Company (LLC) members was to be included in self-employment income. It basically advised that an LLC member would be treated as a limited partner — and thus...

I was talking with a taxpayer the other day who registered as an LLC with Colorado Secretary of State. She developed an intriguing business model that is doing remarkably well according to the financial statement. As part of a tax planning conversation our discussion surrounding...

Regardless of their nature or topic matter, off beat questions are one of the spices of life. When it comes to the realm of taxation generally speaking the answers frequently distill down to - it depends. These two questions were asked of me on my last...

Worker Classification & the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment This post is about my experiences as they pertain to the Colorado Employment Security Act of 2013.  First off let me start by saying that there are some really good hard working bureaucrats paid by our tax...

Contrary to the manufactured 'news' dribbling out of the main stream media to sell advertising, last week the IRS published updated employer's withholding guidance clearly stating that employers are to now withhold Social Security tax at the rate of 6.2 percent of wages rather than the previous rate of...

Our esteemed President has proven to me to be extraordinarily disingenuous with his statements about the middle class and their purported tax obligations as pretty much everyone's taxes will go up in 2013 as a direct result of the cumulative efforts of our 'elected officials'...

According to IRS administrative guidelines to its examiners concerning Rev. Rul. 2012-18, published in the 2012-26 Internal Revenue Bulletin, when performing a tip examination (aka audit), IRS examiners must ensure that service fees or charges are properly characterized as wages and not tips. If the payment is...

In my dealings with the US Treasury Department regarding worker classification disputes I have learned that although in reality there may be shades of gray distinguishing between what constitutes an employee and what constitutes an independent contractor the US Treasury has some very specific positions....

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