Absolutely, the IRS will pursue these cases with a higher priority than other cases. The reason is that this is not a tax, but moneys held in trust. Because these are Trust Fund Cases, the IRS makes this a high priority case.
Yes, not only will they collect this from you personally they make this a high priority case. Any individual who was to pay over or account for the filing and paying of these taxes will probably be held personally liable for this tax.
Yes, but this a complex area. Your best chance of a workable agreement is to hire a professional tax resolution company. Professionals know what IRS is looking for and are able to get the best deal. It would be foolish to do this by yourself. Fresh Start Tax Professionals can keep the investigation focused on a resolution and get workable deals so your company is able to function.
Yes they can. One of the first steps the IRS will take in the collection process is to place a lien on all your assets. In addition, they will send levies or garnishments out to your vendors to collect payment directly from them. If the payroll tax is still unpaid they will ask your business, how are going to pay the rest. IRS can make it tough to deal in on this issue because this is not a tax but a trust fund.
Yes you can. These are very complicated cases and you should have a very seasoned professional working on your team. Fresh Start Tax can help you to get a fresh start for your business and for your life.