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It is no secret among tax professionals that the Internal Revenue Service has begun attempting to collect past due taxes with a vengeance. It appears from what we are seeing that there is a definite trend towards the IRS taking … Continue reading
Thinking about not filing your tax return because you don’t have the money to pay the tax liability? Don’t do that! The penalties for not filing are 5% per month for 5 months all by themselves. That constitutes a 25% … Continue reading
The IRS seems to be making it easier for taxpayers who owe the IRS for past due taxes to resolve their tax issues. There have been numerous posts indicating that the IRS is: Significantly increasing the dollar threshold when liens … Continue reading
Have you filed your 2007 Federal tax return? If you have not, you may be entitled to an unclaimed refund. Currently, the Internal Revenue Service is holding over 1 billion dollars in unclaimed tax money and some of it could … Continue reading
Who Can I Trust With My Tax Problems? Ronnie Duetch charged criminally, Tax Masters sued by Attorney Generals, What can I do to insure that I hire the right firm?
Current state of collections: There has been a net gain of 580 Revenue Officers by end of 2010, primarily in the small business and self-employed division. However this is expected to end up a 127 RO gain by the end … Continue reading
There are advertisements splashed all over the Television and the internet claiming to be able to settle taxes for pennies on the dollar. If you get a tax lien issued against you, you will get letters from outfits all over … Continue reading
The Internal Revenue Service has recently relaxed the standards for their acceptance of Offers in Compromise. This easing of the requirements will result in many more OIC’s being filed and accepted. The purpose of this series of articles is to … Continue reading
There are three general types of Installment Agreements that the IRS will accept, depending on circumstances. They are: STREAMLINED INSTALLMENT AGREEMENT: If the taxpayer owes less than $25,000, an installment agreement is not as difficult to obtain. The IRS has … Continue reading
The IRS announced in 2011 that it would ease rules on tax liens, so as to ease some of the financial burden of taxpayers. This may make the IRS sound kinder and gentler, but taxpayers should not forget that the … Continue reading