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Are You a Wisconsin Restaurant or Bar Owner Who Owes Taxes?

Tax Resolution Can Deliver Tax Debt Relief that Gets You Cooking Again in Brown County

Are You a Restaurant or Bar Owner Who Owes Taxes? You always desired to own a Brown County restaurant or bar. Run a place where people could relax. Let their hair down. Have a good meal. Enjoy the company of buddies.

 

The hours and responsibilities were never-ending. The repeat patrons from Brown County, and smiles on people’s faces, made it worthwhile. Your dream was alive.

 

Why did the ominous letters from the Internal Revenue Service, asserting you owe back taxes, start? Why does the Wisconsin Department of Revenue claim you owe sales taxes, or payroll taxes … or both? What happened?

 

The reasons could be numerous. The nature of your business, for one. Being cash-intensive operations, bars and restaurants are commonly targeted for audits by tax agencies in Brown County.

Sometimes inquiries are started when information from credit card companies doesn’t line up with the tax returns from these types of organizations.

 

Have you mistakenly filled out sales tax forms incorrectly, or missed filings? If so, the IRS and Wisconsin Department of Revenue guess what you owe – and it always leans toward more, not less.

 

It’s possible your filed tax returns don’t list all eligible costs (especially payroll and food), leaving you paying more taxes than needed.

 

The “why,” at this point, might be immaterial. As tax troubles add up, you’re just fearful about losing the place – “your” Brown County place – that you worked so hard to foster. Perhaps, sadly, it’s already closed … but the tax collectors keep chasing you.

 

Don’t give up hope. Instead, give Alliance Tax Resolution Service, the Midwest’s premier tax resolution firm, the option to fix your tax situation.

 

We promise a way out can be found. We can’t guarantee how it will be resolved. We do promise to find you the minimal potential resolution permitted by law.

 

Since 2009, we’ve negotiated tax debt relief agreements for bars and restaurant owners in Brown County who faced unforeseen tax problems. They aren’t criminals or tax cheats. When they opened their businesses, though, no one told them they would be under the magnifying glass of state and federal tax enforcers. One or two missteps, lapses, and they pounce.

 

The wrong approach is to avoid the reality, and hope it goes away. It won’t. Interest and penalties will accumulate. Before long, threatening letters could be joined by garnishments from your bank account.

 

Don’t let the situation get this far. Alliance Tax Resolution Service is a no-judgment zone that helps clients who have made honest oversights or, as with Brown County bar and restaurant owners, work in a business segment targeted for heavy tax enforcement.

 

You probably know the IRS and WDOR aren’t your pals. You might even suspect they’re out to “get” you. Hand over your troubles, and we’ll handle all communication and negotiation with these formidable agencies. We’ll find a remedy, and a payment plan and tax relief program that you can make work.

 

Why wait? Contact Alliance Tax Resolution Service. We’ll repair your tax troubles, and get you back in the Brown County place you love.

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