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Small businesses and startup companies frequently call on employees and executives to perform diverse roles throughout the course of annual operations. This can sometimes lead to incongruities in your prepared taxes, which could result in penalties assessed by the State of Utah, or the Internal Revenue Service.

If you have received notice about a possible tax penalty or need for additional documentation, you shouldn’t feel threatened or forced to pay immediately. Instead, the wisest course of action is to contact Larson Company’s headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Our certified public accountants have years of experience providing tax services to small businesses. This includes specialty or niche services such as tax provisions, tax representation and penalty abatement.

We can help investigate claims on your behalf to determine the factors associated with a potential penalty. This is an important step in determining if the penalty has been assessed correctly as well as developing a plan to potentially reduce your liability.

If necessary, our CPA’s can represent your interests when communicating with the IRS to reduce your stress level. They can also help you understand the terminology while also helping to expedite the process.

If you have a small business in the state of Utah and you need help resolving a tax issue, you should call 801-313-1900 to speak to one of the financial professionals at Larson Company.