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Truth About IRS Offer In Compromise

  Doubt as to Collectability and other types of Offers in Compromise The Offer in Compromise program is a formal way to negotiate your debts with the Internal Revenue Service. It’s a time consuming process, and take anywhere from one to two years to achieve a successful resolution on your offer application. Not to mention,… Continue reading Truth About IRS Offer In Compromise

How to Handle IRS Revenue Officers

IRS Revenue Officers are highly skilled and experienced individuals. Tax debt, known as back-tax liability is what they are after. If you have tax debt, the IRS may assign your case to an IRS Revenue Officer (RO). They work on cases for the collection of tax liability that has already been assessed, unlike tax revenue… Continue reading How to Handle IRS Revenue Officers

10 Things you should know About IRS Tax Fraud

  Tips for defending against IRS Tax Fraud investigations. When it comes to committing tax fraud & IRS tax crimes, penalties are no joke. The IRS can leave you with nothing, and even throw you in jail. Here’s some advice from our Michigan Tax lawyer, Venar R. Ayar on how to protect yourself from IRS… Continue reading 10 Things you should know About IRS Tax Fraud

Statute of Limitations for Michigan and IRS to Collect Tax Debts

The Many Limits of Tax Statute of Limitations All things must process in a timely manner when it comes to the IRS and taxes. For this purpose, the tax code has imposed a set of laws, known as the tax Statute of Limitations (SOL). Under this, there are certain time limits on different tax-related actions… Continue reading Statute of Limitations for Michigan and IRS to Collect Tax Debts

Everything You Need to Know About Discharging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy

Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy You cannot escape from tax debts owed to the IRS. Luckily, there are a few options to eliminate them. Some tax obligations may be discharged and managed through bankruptcy. In the world of tax debts, this is only an option if your tax debt qualifies for a discharge. Here’s some advice… Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Discharging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy

Why Michigan Needs to Abolish MARCS Tax Collection System | Ayar Law

  Reform is Necessary for Michigan’s System for Collecting Back Taxes MARCS back tax collection service shows no mercy toward Michigan taxpayers. Anybody who thinks dealing with the IRS tax collectors is rough should try for once dealing with the tax collectors for the Michigan Department of treasury. Unlike the IRS, the Michigan Department of… Continue reading Why Michigan Needs to Abolish MARCS Tax Collection System | Ayar Law

Michigan’s Corporate Officer Liability Rules

  Corporate Officers Beware: Personal Liability and Unpaid Michigan Tax Debt collection is not usually a pleasant experience. If you own your own business, depending on the type of business entity you’ve chosen, like a corporation or LLC, you are granted a layer of protection from business debts. But, the asset protection benefits of forming… Continue reading Michigan’s Corporate Officer Liability Rules

Third-Party Levies by the IRS and How They Violate Due Process

IRS Violates Due Process Law & Should be Illegal As the IRS is a very complicated agency, there are many limits to what they can do and who they can take money from. As for IRS collections against alter egos and nominee liability, the system has taken it too far– violating the due process clause.… Continue reading Third-Party Levies by the IRS and How They Violate Due Process