You may need to amend your tax returns and pay additional taxes, penalties, and interest if you have previously unreported Bitcoin income. If you fail to take action, the IRS may audit your returns as part of its Virtual Currency Compliance campaign.
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Death is, in most cases, an unprecedented eventuality that leaves a lot of unfulfilled responsibilities. Paying of taxes and filing tax returns in this case is the responsibility left unfulfilled. For financially well off individuals, they need an individual that takes up this responsibility which will most likely be someone close to the deceased. In… Read more »
Failing to file tax returns can lead to immediate issues and problems that surface months or years later. The IRS won’t forget that you have delinquent tax returns, and the consequences can become more severe as time passes. You may face any or all of the following problems if you have unfiled tax returns.
Are you unable to resolve your tax debt? Very few things in life are as stressful as owing the IRS money, especially if you do not have the funds to pay what you owe. “So what should I do?” You are probably wondering. Well, this should not be a complicated issue if you can get… Read more »
The Internal Revenue Service, popularly known as the IRS, is the revenue service of the United States federal government that is tasked with the collection of taxes and enforcing of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). Annually, scores of citizens face an audit of their individual tax returns by IRS – sometimes randomly or often following any… Read more »
Whistle blowers are among the favorite heroes loved by the IRS. In fact, the IRS loves them so much that it has a program that may award a whistle blower up to 30% of the evaded tax or penalty it collects. While this should not be a problem to anyone that pays their taxes dutifully,… Read more »
Are you unable to pay your taxes before the fast approaching filing deadline? Are your tax bills amounting to an outrageous sum that you cannot be able to clear in time? Whatever the case, pending bills, more so taxes, can be quite the headache because failure to pay up can damage your credit score, cost… Read more »
How to Figure Out if You Need to File a 2018 Tax Return 2018 tax returns are due April 15, 2019, but not everyone needs to file a tax return. Taxpayers most commonly need to file when they want a tax refund, when they earned more than the income threshold, or when they had… Read more »
Instead of receiving the nice tax refund check you’ve been expecting, you get a notice in the mail. It says your tax refund has been offset. What does this mean? A refund offset means the government has determined that you owe a debt and has applied your tax refund towards this debt. Tax refunds… Read more »
If you receive a Notice of Intent to Offset, your tax refund is going to be seized and put towards debt you owe to the IRS or another government agency. As part of the Treasury Offset Program (TOP), your tax refund checks are matched against any outstanding debts you owe a federal or state… Read more »