[Noisebridge-board] mail: checks, 7 day notices, and an IRS penalty fee.

Noisebridge Treasurer treasurer at noisebridge.net
Sun Sep 25 15:38:21 PDT 2011


FYI, response from tax guy for those not on the treas or secre aliases:

On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 13:59, Douglas Regalia <dougr at mrcpa.com> wrote:
> Kelly:
>
> Do not tender payment to the IRS.
> I will prepare a response immediately and request a removal of all
> penalties.
> I will send a copy of my correspondence to you.
> It will then take at least 8 weeks to get a response from the IRS to our
> letter.
>
> - Doug

Apparently the fees are a matter of procedure but as long as you're
not chronically late in your tax payment and bother to send a letter
explaining your circumstances, they will almost always waive them. I
was also told that this should have no bearing on our continued 501c3
status or renewal.

After the 2010 tax drama (AND the 2009 tax drama) I decided to not
work with the tax ninja anymore. I've been meaning to write him a sour
yelp review.

-Kelly

On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 00:29, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 12:36 AM, Noisebridge Treasurer
> <treasurer at noisebridge.net> wrote:
>>
>> I was expecting us to receive the tax penalty. Our tax professional
>> was contracted to handle it at the time that we filed our taxes. I
>> will forward this on to them. They told us it should be reasonable
>> easy to appeal.
>>
>
> Who is the tax person this year?  Did we go back to the 'Tax Ninja' after
> what happened during the 2010 tax season?
>
>
>>
>> I will check on Recology. It is supposed to be auto-paid, but their
>> system is a huge hassle, so we had a lot of problems setting up the
>> auto-pay. PG&E is auto paid, but I've been manually paying it as well
>> lately because auto-pay had a top cap of $600 which we've been
>> surpassing every month.
>
>
> Thanks for taking care of this.  As usual get a minion if you don't have
> time.
>
>
> -rma
>


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