Q) How do I turn a employee in for not holding out taxes
A) To turn in an employee for not holding out taxes, you can do the following:
- Contact the IRS. You can contact the IRS by phone, mail, or online. The IRS will be able to investigate the matter and take appropriate action.
- File a Form 3949-A, Employer’s Annual Federal Tax Return. This form is used to report the amount of taxes that an employer has withheld from their employees’ paychecks. If you file this form, the IRS will be able to track the amount of taxes that have been withheld and ensure that the employer is paying the correct amount of taxes to the government.
- Contact your state’s tax department. Each state has its own tax department that is responsible for collecting taxes from businesses and individuals. You can contact your state’s tax department to report an employer who is not withholding taxes from their employees’ paychecks.
It is important to note that you may be required to provide evidence to support your claim. This evidence could include pay stubs, tax returns, or other documentation that shows that the employer is not withholding taxes from their employees’ paychecks.
If you are unsure of how to turn in an employee for not holding out taxes, you should consult with a tax professional. They will be able to help you understand your rights and options and ensure that you take the appropriate steps to protect yourself.