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March 2015 Archives

The IRS and willful neglect

There's a saying that ignorance is bliss. When it comes to taxes, however, ignorance of applicable tax laws could result in an individual incurring hefty fines, penalties and even criminal charges. Due to the ridiculously complex regulations and requirements that compose the U.S. tax code, tax mistakes are common. It's important to note, however, that the Internal Revenue Service has different ways of discerning whether a tax mistake was indeed just a mistake or something more nefarious.

Individuals struggling to repay tax debt may benefit from IRS repayment programs

We recently wrote a blog post discussing the Internal Revenue Service's offer in compromise program. A delinquent taxpayer's acceptance into the program affords an individual the opportunity to repay tax debt based upon one’s current financial situation and ability to pay. The IRS' offer in compromise program is just one option for individuals with back taxes. Another option is to enter into a formal payment plan or installment agreement with the IRS.

Work with us to ensure strong advocacy during IRS investigation

Trouble with taxes can cause a great deal of stress and disruption, especially for those who do not have a strong understand of tax law or the way the Internal Revenue Service conducts its investigations. This is especially true of those who become the subject of a criminal tax investigation.

IRS sitting on $1 billion from 2011 unfiled tax returns

Most of us file a tax return every year because we have to. But there are a significant number of adults who don't need to file on a given year for various reasons; usually because they didn't make much money. This includes many college students and people who only work part-time.

E-filing software companies cite big problem of tax-return fraud

Many Americans prefer to e-file their taxes each year. It tends to be faster and easier than working with paper, and it usually results in a faster refund. Filing with software like TurboTax or H&R Block does cost money, but the convenience usually outweighs the cost.

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