Tax Resolutions

Our Tax Experts lets you minimize and manage your tax liabilities considering critical tax factors to plan your taxation and guide you to reduce taxes.

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Audits and Appeals

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Installment Agreement

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Installment Agreement

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Installment Agreement

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Audits and Appeals

Consult our team of experts to resolve prior tax balances and manage your tax balances with tax authorities in a transparent way.

We bring you the best possible solutions for your tax compliances.

Dealing with tax authorities is a demanding and tense job. Previous tax balance can be burdensome and needs proper strategy to reduce tax balance. Tax resolution is the process of coordinating with different tax professionals to fix your tax-related issues. It’s a matter of high trust and transparency so that you get the best possible outcomes without disturbing your business.

We are authorised to represent before the IRS tax authorities in the United States and can provide expert tax resolution advisory on your tax problems with the Federal Tax Authorities.

Our Core Services

State Tax Representation

ERC Tax Credit Representation

IRS Tax Representation

Penalty Abatements

Penalty Abatements

Penalty Abatements

Offer In Compromise

Installment Agreement

Trust Fund Audits and Penalties

Work Process

Submit a simple application
with details about your business.
Choose a company type and a state.

The first step is to decide in which state you want your business to incorporate in. Next, the legal entity type within that state. There are benefits to each choice and we've laid out some information below to help you decide. The most common option is an LLC incorporated in Delaware.

  • LLC. A limited liability company is an organizational business structures in the United States that helps business owners separate their personal liabilities from the business liabilities.
  • Delaware. The gold standard for startups planning to raise funding from angel investors and venture capital firms. Most Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
  • Wyoming. Great state for smaller, privately controlled companies. Extremely low cost, very manageable, and flexible as your company grows.
Submit a simple application
with details about your business.
Choose a company type and a state.

The first step is to decide in which state you want your business to incorporate in. Next, the legal entity type within that state. There are benefits to each choice and we've laid out some information below to help you decide. The most common option is an LLC incorporated in Delaware.

  • LLC. A limited liability company is an organizational business structures in the United States that helps business owners separate their personal liabilities from the business liabilities.
  • Delaware. The gold standard for startups planning to raise funding from angel investors and venture capital firms. Most Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
  • Wyoming. Great state for smaller, privately controlled companies. Extremely low cost, very manageable, and flexible as your company grows.
Submit a simple application
with details about your business.
Choose a company type and a state.

The first step is to decide in which state you want your business to incorporate in. Next, the legal entity type within that state. There are benefits to each choice and we've laid out some information below to help you decide. The most common option is an LLC incorporated in Delaware.

  • LLC. A limited liability company is an organizational business structures in the United States that helps business owners separate their personal liabilities from the business liabilities.
  • Delaware. The gold standard for startups planning to raise funding from angel investors and venture capital firms. Most Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.
  • Wyoming. Great state for smaller, privately controlled companies. Extremely low cost, very manageable, and flexible as your company grows.

FAQ

Employee retention tax credit abbreviated as “ERC” is a retroactive refundable tax credit provided by the CARES Act in 2020 for supporting businesses to retain employees in  2020 & 2021.

Employers who were impacted as follows are eligible for ERTC:

1. full or partial suspension orders by the Government, or

2. Had significant decline in sales, or

3. Started business operations after 02/15/2020, or

4. Severely financially distressed employer

Employee retention tax credit (ERC) are not taxable but the employers are required to reduce wages declared on income tax returns for respective years for which Employee retention tax credit have been approved by the IRS. You will have to file an amended income tax return in most cases.

Employee retention tax credit (ERC) can be claimed until Q3 2021 for businesses other than recovery startups & severely financially distressed employer. If your business qualifies as recovery startups or severely financially distressed employer , then you can be eligible for Q3 2021 & Q4 2021 Employee retention tax credit (ERC).

The lawmakers passed Infrastructure Act (Bipartisan Law) to restrict the businesses from claiming Employee retention tax credit (ERC) beyond Q4 2021. There are no signs for ERC to be extended for 2022 despite businesses are still struggling to get back with normal operations.

Yes, Non profit organizations are equally eligible as other for profit businesses to claim Employee retention tax credit (ERC).

Yes, even if you incorporated or started your business operations in 2020, you are still eligible for Employee retention tax credit (ERC) under normal eligibility route or recovery startup business.

Yes, employers who have availed PPP loan forgiveness are still eligible for Employee retention tax credit (ERC). However, no double dipping of payroll costs as declared on PPP loan forgiveness applications.

As per Constructive ownership rules, owners having more than 50% interest in the business are not eligible for Employee retention tax credit (ERC). However, other non related employees can still be eligible for Employee retention tax credit (ERC)

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