No one likes to owe anyone anything. Business owners sometimes owe debt to banks, which can eat into revenue and impact credit ratings, but that can easily be solved with factoring services. However, when a business has a liability owed to the IRS, the repercussions can be more severe, which is why it is important to get out in front of IRS liabilities.
At the core, a business gains IRS liabilities when taxes aren’t paid. These taxes could range from filing yearly taxes for the business owner or company to the quarterly 941 taxes which take into account unemployment taxes and more. The first step is to send a notification to the business of liabilities. The second step is to move the liabilities to IRS collections, which can result in tax liens against the business, garnishment of revenue, extra fees, and more.
The First Step Is Recognizing that Liabilities Exist