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3 Reasons the IRS Can Keep Your Tax Refund

IRS tax refund garnishment

  When you file your income taxes and it shows that you are owed a refund, it doesn’t necessarily mean you will get the money.  There are certain situations where the IRS will keep your refund. Take a look at three reasons why the IRS can keep your refund and how a tax attorney can… Read more »

What to Do If You Default on Your IRS Payment Plan

IRS installment agreement default

When you owe money to the IRS, you can typically set up a payment plan.  But what happens if your financial situation changes before you’ve completed your payments, and you default on your plan? Find out what to do if you default on your IRS payment plan, and how a tax attorney can help.

Offer in Compromise vs. Bankruptcy: Which is Better For Me?

Tax debt resolution

Being in debt is not pleasant…and tax debt is no different.  While filing for bankruptcy may help you with most debts, it is not always the best solution for dealing with IRS debts.  One of the most popular ways for dealing with IRS debts is by settling tax debts through the Offer in Compromise Program.

What Will Happen If I Fail to Report Bitcoin Income?

Unreported bitcoin income

The IRS can assess back taxes, interest, and penalties for the failure to report Bitcoin Income.  The IRS has made Bitcoin tax compliance a priority as part of its Virtual Currency Compliance campaign.

Can You Avoid an IRS Tax Lien?

Avoid IRS tax Lien

If you can’t pay your tax debt in full, you may still have options for avoiding an IRS tax lien.  The IRS allows certain taxpayers to receive a lien withdrawal, lien discharge, or lien subordination.

How Much Can the IRS Take in a Wage Garnishment?

IRS Wage Garnishment

The IRS is required to leave you with a minimum amount of monthly income when your wages are being garnished.  The remaining funds will be seized and applied to your tax debt until your balance is paid off or the wage levy is released.

When Can the IRS Seize Your Assets?

IRS Asset Seizure

The IRS can generally seize your assets when you fail to pay your tax debt and the IRS has sent you the proper notices in the mail.  Even if you owe tax debt and have received these notices, you can still protect assets if you negotiate a resolution to your tax problems.

IRS Tax Levies – 8 Ways to Remove Them

IRS tax levy

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What we are going to cover: The IRS has many tools at their disposal for recovering a delinquent tax debt Among those tools, is the tax levy A tax levy is when the IRS seizes a taxpayer’s assets (monetary or otherwise) to pay off a tax debt 8 Ways to get an IRS tax… Read more »

Tax Debt: 10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Ignore It

Why you shouldn’t ignore tax debt

What We Are Going to Cover: – Ignoring your tax debt won’t make it go away.  In fact, it will only get worse. – The IRS is willing to work with taxpayers who have tax debts they cannot pay – 10 Reasons you shouldn’t ignore your tax debt: IRS notices Automated Collections Tax refund seizure… Read more »

What Happens If You Owe Over $50,000 to the IRS?

IRS tax debt

Taxpayers who owe the IRS over $50,000 may have to deal with tax liens, tax levies, and IRS passport actions.  There are many tax resolution options that can be used to protect your property and get the IRS off your back.