A small corporation has been remiss in paying its payroll taxes - I guess they were skating on the edge financially. Now they owe a heck of a lot.
The IRS auditor, properly, is saying she wants to hold the
corporation officers personally liable. The problem is that she is
refusing to allow a payment plan. The taxpayers figure they can
afford to pay the taxes, interest and penalties, but only if they are
allowed to pay over time.
Is there anything you can think of to help convince the auditor to
allow a payment plan?
- posted 5 years ago