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Understanding the Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance

difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance

What Is The Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance? Usually, the payment of taxes is a lackluster affair, as nobody ever enjoys fulfilling this constitutional obligation. Nonetheless, since it is an essential source of any country’s revenue, failure to pay taxes usually has severe implications, most of which are significantly adverse.

Here Is What You Need To Know About Taxes If You’re Self-Employed

Are You Self-Employed Here Is What You Need To Know About Taxes

If you’re self-employed you’re used to handling things yourself. From advertising and marketing your business to actually doing the work. When you’re self-employed you wear many hats. There is one thing, however, that may leave you struggling – taxes. If you are self-employed, here is what you need to know about taxes. Self-Employment Tax If… Read more »

Innocent Spouse Relief Indications of Unfairness Explained

Filing for Innocent Spouse Relied can be a bit murky and rather frustrating and the IRS is very particular about the qualifiers.  The IRS takes into consideration all of the facts and circumstances in your case in order to determine whether or not it is unfair to hold you responsible for your spouse’s understated tax. … Read more »

5 Tax Tips to Start the New Year Right!

Now that the holidays are over and 2017 has begun, it is a good idea to start off on the right foot. Just because you’ve got those three extra days (April 18th deadline) this year, it does not mean you should procrastinate where your taxes are concerned. Tackling your taxes now will save you a… Read more »

Donald Trump Needs Ayar Law’s Help!!!

According to Donald Trump’s physician, “if elected, Mr. Trump, I can state, unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency” (in lieu of Trump actually brandishing his medical records as every presidential candidate has done for the last several decades). I can only imagine what his tax attorneys would say if they… Read more »

Back to School Tax Tips

The month of August is in full-swing and you know what that means, back to-school season is right around the corner.  While some of you may be seasoned veterans, there are a lot of first-time parents out there sending there little ones off to school for the first time.  Either way, we at Ayar Law Group and have some… Read more »

Do I Need To Hire A Tax Attorney?

Have you ever been faced with the question “Do I need to hire a tax attorney?” If you have, then the answer is yes, you do. If you are faced with the quandary of whether or not you should seek out the professional help of a tax attorney now or if you should wait until… Read more »

Choosing the Right Tax Preparer

Tips for Choosing a Tax Return Preparer We are at the end of January, which means that time of year we all dread has come: It is tax season! The season officially began on January 20, 2015 and while many people usually don’t get around to filing until the eleventh hour, it is still a… Read more »

Before Undergoing an IRS or Michigan Audit, Check Out These Tips

Venar’s Ten IRS Tax Audit Strategies Here’s some advice from our Michigan tax lawyer’s point of view, Venar R. Ayar, on tips on how to survive an IRS audit, such as audit defense and strategy. What is an IRS Tax Audit? An IRS audit is a review and examination of an organization’s or individual’s accounts… Read more »

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… Read more »