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Consequences of Failing to Resolve Your Tax Debt

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 »

CAN’T PAY YOUR TAXES? HERE’S WHAT TO DO:

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 »

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 »

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 »

Can The IRS Take My Passport For Good?

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 Legal Standards in IRS Passport Cases The old saying that “you can’t fight city hall” is mostly true. That idea is rooted in the divine right of kings. This Medieval notion held that monarchs could do whatever they want and whenever they wanted since God Himself anointed them to rule. The idea is long gone… Read more »

When Does My Tax Debt Affect My Passport?

Can I Lose My Passport If I Owe the IRS? A passport and a drivers’ license have a lot in common. Both allow people to travel, and both can be suspended for non-travel reasons. Most states suspend drivers’ licenses for unpaid child support. Eleven states take adverse action based on bad checks. The Ohio DMV… Read more »

How to Stop an IRS Wage Garnishment

What is a wage garnishment

What is a Wage Garnishment? A wage garnishment is one of the most powerful collection tactics used by the IRS because it takes your money before you ever receive it. Your wages are transferred directly from your employer to the IRS in order to satisfy your delinquent tax debt. You should receive several notices from… Read more »

Delinquent Tax Debt May Cause a Passport Revocation or Denial

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Get a Grip on your Tax Debt….or Risk Losing your Passport Failing to pay off your tax debt could now cost you your passport. Beginning in 2018, the IRS began sending certifications of seriously delinquent tax debt to the State Department. If the IRS certifies your tax debt, the State Department will generally deny your… Read more »

IRS Expands Bitcoin Reporting Requirements

What Should You Do if You’ve Already Filed an Inaccurate Return? Less than a month before the 2018 filing deadline, the Service cast a much wider IRS Bitcoin net than the one it used in 2014. This news is particularly unsettling to the estimated 13,000 Coinbase account holders whose information was involuntarily turned over to… Read more »