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Owe Back Taxes? 5 Real Reasons You Need a Tax Resolution Expert NOW

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Back taxes are bottomless pits. They come along when you fail to disclose all your income, don’t file your tax return, or don’t pay all your taxes. No matter how innocent you are, that first step toward back taxes can cost you much more in future. It can be a daunting task to try to… Read more »

Passport Renewals When You Owe IRS Tax Debt

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  Did you know that your IRS tax debt could prevent you from renewing your passport?  The IRS has been talking about doing this for years and beginning in February of 2018, the IRS began certifying tax debt to the State Department for seriously delinquent taxpayers, which could result in a denial of your passport… Read more »

6 Common Offer in Compromise Mistakes to Avoid

Failure to get your offer in compromise (OIC) accepted is always devastating both financially and even emotionally because you are left with a tax burden that might be worse than before. A lot of these offers are rejected because incompetent tax resolution firms make one of six common mistakes. So, what are these mistakes, and… Read more »

Why Small Businesses Need IRS Tax Attorneys

  As the saying goes, there are two inevitabilities in life: taxes and death. Many small businesses are also faced with tax issues. That is because a lot of business owners don’t have the information and guidance needed to file their tax returns correctly. A good IRS tax attorney can save business owners stressful weeks… Read more »

Understanding The Basics of the New IRS Virtual Appeal

It is a common misconception among American taxpayers that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offices work at a slow pace (I mean… they’re not the post office. Amirite??). The IRS took a big step by offering an efficient and timeless program that allows taxpayers to hold “face to face” meetings with the IRS representatives – IRS… Read more »

How to Avoid Tax Problems When Moving Overseas

If you move overseas to retire or for other reasons, you’ll still need to stay on top of your U.S. tax obligations. That’s because the United States uses a citizenship-based taxation regime, unlike some other countries that tax income based on where it’s earned or where you live. Be aware of the following tax issues… Read more »

IRS Penalties That Tax Preparers Can Face

  While taxpayers are legally responsible for the items on their return, tax preparers can also face penalties for fraudulent or reckless conduct. These penalties can even apply to “ghost tax preparers” who don’t sign the returns they prepare.

Is the IRS pursuing a criminal tax charge? Avoiding prison.

The percentage of criminal charges filed against taxpayers in the United States in 2019 is generally lower than it has been in the previous years. The chances of undergoing a criminal investigation by the IRS are therefore minimal. However, you might still find yourself part of that small percentage with no idea how to address… Read more »

What You Need to do if You Just Missed the Tax Filing Deadline

The deadline for filing taxes on all income earned in 2018 this year was on April 15th. Missing the deadline can be agonizing for anyone, most especially if you owe the IRS. So what exactly should you do in such a stressful situation? This article offers a step by step guidance in the happening of… Read more »

When a divorce or separation proceeding leads to criminal tax concerns

Marriage is always a sweet affair that may lead to couples raking up investments and even debt as they seek to build a life together. However, separation or divorce presents some challenges that may lead to criminal charges. How is this possible? You are probably wondering. Divorcing couples caught up in the emotional turmoil of… Read more »