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Representation For Employment Tax Matters

Employment taxes are complex, but the attorneys at Stuart B. Ratner, P.C. understand the intricacies of employment taxes and the relationship between employment taxes, trust fund recovery penalties and worker classification issues. We have represented many clients who have employment-related tax matters including (i) unpaid employment tax liabilities, (ii) civil penalties (also known as trust fund recovery penalties), (iii) worker classification issues, and many other issues arising from the IRS Form 941 or is state corollary. We have resolved many employment tax matters with creative solutions which enable our clients to remain in business without interference with the IRS or state taxing authorities. We can do the same for you.

Call Stuart B. Ratner, P.C., Today

If you face a tax appeal and want an agile and useful ally to defend your rights in appellate court or litigation, call us at 203-323-4900. You can also contact us online.

Practice Areas

Tax Court

  • Connecticut tax and administrative appeals
  • U.S. Tax Court

State And Local Tax Matters

  • Income tax, sales tax, and residency audits
  • State sales tax collection matters
  • State income tax collection matters
  • Offers in compromise
  • Installment agreements
  • State tax liens, levies, and warrants

Tax Planning / Asset Protection

  • Income tax planning for real estate investors and high net worth individuals
  • Asset protection planning
  • Divorce and domestic relations tax planning
  • Cannabis and Bitcoin matters
  • Cancellation of indebtedness
  • Charitable planning strategies including forming charitable IRC § 501(c)(3) organizations

Unpaid Tax Obligations / Unfiled Returns

  • Federal and state tax collection matters (where the government seeks to collect tax from the client)
  • Offers in compromise
  • Installment agreements
  • Federal and state tax liens, levies, and warrants
  • Innocent and injured spouse claims

Employment / Payroll Tax Matters

  • Employment tax
  • Payroll tax
  • Trust fund recovery penalties
  • Undocumented workers
  • Nominee/alter ego assessments
  • Transferee liability/fraudulent conveyances
  • Employee misclassification