Avoiding Payroll Tax Headaches

Debbie Cash

Debbie Cash

Debbie Cash, CPP is a Manager of TLM Implementation at G&A Partners. She was formerly a Payroll Tax/Time and Attendance Specialist at Employer Advantage LLC. Debbie earned an Associate's Degree in Accounting from MSSU in 1985 and a Bachelor's Degree in General Business from MSSU in 2006. She obtained her Certified Payroll...
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Pre-recorded
60 Mins
Debbie Cash

How to respond to Notices and make Claims for Appeals to resolve Tax Liabilities

This webinar will go over how businesses can find themselves with a payroll tax headache. To keep this from happening you need to understand what can cause a payroll tax liability. During the webinar, Debbie will discuss ways an organization may find themselves owing payroll taxes that they thought they had filed properly. Debbie will provide tips on how to respond to notices and make claims for appeals to resolve tax liabilities.

Debbie will also discuss the details of IRC Section 6672, the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, and will explain what it is and what it covers. She will discuss who is liable under the IRC Section 6672 and which taxes are covered under this code. Many people processing payroll taxes don’t realize that they could be held responsible for these taxes if they aren’t filed properly. The material covered in this webinar will give you the tools necessary to help your company remain in compliance and avoid Payroll Tax Headaches. Attendees will understand the types of consequences and fines that could be assessed if you don’t properly pay these taxes.

Tips on how to make sure you are in compliance and keep yourself from receiving notices and fines will be given. If you do find yourself receiving a notice you will understand what to do next and how to respond. Helpful websites and publications will be discussed along with other ways to get help.

Webinar Objectives


Payroll Taxes are one thing that all businesses have in common. It is also one of the biggest expenses for any business. Dealing with Payroll Tax Headaches can be overwhelming and frustrating for any business. Failure to properly file and report payroll taxes can result in huge fines and penalties for a business and may result in legal action. No business wants to receive an order from the IRS or the State Government indicating they are being audited. They also don’t want to receive notices of fines and penalties that could result in liens against the company.

This webinar will provide guidance on precautions to take to keep from getting into a Payroll Tax Liability. It will provide tips on how to respond to notices and make claims for appeals to resolve tax liabilities. We will discuss the details of IRC Section 6672, the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty, and will explain what it is and what it covers. Debbie will discuss who is liable under the IRC Section 6672 and which taxes are covered under this code. The material covered in this webinar will give you the tools necessary to help your business remain in compliance and avoid Payroll Tax Headaches.  

Webinar Agenda


  • How an Organization gets into a Payroll Tax Liability
  • Precautions to take
  • Types of Consequences
  • IRC Section 6672-Trust Fund Recovery Penalties
  • What to do when you receive a Notice
  • Helpful Websites, Publications, and Ways to Get Help

Webinar Highlights


  • You will understand what IRC Section 6672 is and how to keep in compliance to avoid it.
  • You will be able to identify ways to avoid payroll tax liability.
  • You will be given guidance on how to respond to tax notices.
  • You will be provided valuable resources to keep in compliance.
  • You will understand the consequences of not paying taxes properly and timely.

Who Should Attend


  • Payroll Tax Professionals
  • Bookkeepers
  • Small Business Owners
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