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Category: Unpaid Taxes

When to Make an Administrative Wrongful Levy Claim

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  What is an Administrative Wrongful Levy Claim? You can file an administrative wrongful levy claim when the IRS seizes property to collect tax revenue owed by another person and you have a superior right to this property. This typically means you either own the property or have a security interest that was filed before… Read more »

What Property is Exempt from IRS Seizure?

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IRS Seizures – What They Can’t Take The IRS can seize many different types of property, including bank accounts, wages, and retirement accounts. However, some items are specifically exempt from IRS seizure under federal law.

Can You Still Face Penalties If You Get a Tax Filing Extension?

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Reasons for Requesting an Extension There are two major reasons taxpayers request a six-month extension to file their tax returns: • They waited until the last minute, and now they don’t have enough time to file their return. • They can’t afford to pay their tax bill. While the IRS will give all taxpayers an… Read more »

What to Do If You Need to File But Can’t Pay Your Taxes

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Unpaid Taxes, Unfiled Returns If you owe taxes to the IRS, you owe the tax whether or not your file. Some taxpayers avoid filing because they can’t pay their tax bill, but this doesn’t do anything to eliminate the tax debt.

5 Repercussions of Failing to File Tax Returns

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What Happens If I Don’t File My Tax Returns? The law obligates every citizen to pay taxes to the IRS if their income satisfies a certain threshold. Only dependents are exempted from this rule. Similar to any other rule, filing tax returns is mandatory; there are no other ways about it. Failure to file tax… Read more »

What Is An Offer In Compromise

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Offer in Compromise – Defined An Offer In Compromise (OIC) is essentially an agreement you come to with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in order to settle your tax debts. Not everyone who owes a tax debt is eligible for an OIC; it’s specifically made for those who are not going to be able to… Read more »

How Can Tax Debt Affect My Passport?

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How Can I Undo IRS Passport Revocation? As we observed previously, there are considerable parallels between losing your drivers’ license for non-driving reasons and losing your passport for non-travel reasons. The IRS cannot suspend your license, because it is a federal agency with no jurisdiction in that area. But your U.S.-issued passport is another matter…. Read more »

How Can An IRS Lawyer Protect My Passport?

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Four Winning IRS Passport Revocation Strategies In 2015, the federal government authorized the IRS to take the passports of taxpayers who have seriously delinquent tax debt. Under the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), the government must deny a passport application and may revoke a current passport. Early intervention is usually the best way… Read more »