As stated in earlier blogs, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not perfect. They can, and do, make mistakes. They can miscalculate tax amounts owed or even overlook deductions. Fortunately, for taxpayers there is a process that can reverse or stop an IRS’ decision or action that is unfair or incorrect. An Administrative appeal gives […]
Is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) always correct when assessing taxpayers’ tax returns? Of course not. Since IRS agents are human, they can make incorrect decisions or mathematical mistakes. How do you reverse their mistakes? A Collection Appeal allows taxpayers to challenge IRS’s actions regarding the collection of past taxes which may include the placement
As stated in earlier blogs, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has several tools they use to collect back taxes owed: liens, levies, wage garnishments, etc. As the saying goes: there is no escape from death and taxes. The IRS has several means of protecting their interest in the event you fail to pay your tax
Sometimes life just gets the best of you. Your taxes are withheld from every paycheck, but you do not file your tax returns. Sometimes you forget to pay your taxes on time as a self-employed worker. Sometimes you withhold payroll taxes but forget to deposit these monies with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on time
As stated in previous blogs, there are several tax resolutions options available to taxpayers that are unable to pay an outstanding tax debt. Besides an Offer in Compromise discussed earlier, there is another tool to help alleviate the stress in resolving a tax debt that is being pursued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It
Scenario: you receive a tax bill from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for a staggering amount. You think to yourself: how am I ever going to be able to pay this AND all my other bills? Do I have to sell my car … my house …? Several people have had to tackle this struggle.