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Settling an IRS Tax Debt: Step by Step Guide

Posted by on 9:00 am in blog | October 31, 2018 |0 comments

Settling an IRS Tax Debt: Step by Step Guide

While the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) doesn’t act like a debt collector for Americans, it can certainly be a beast to deal with. Since the IRS acts on behalf of Uncle Sam, they have a good deal of authority that regular collection agencies don’t. Even though they’re not going to harass you all the...

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IRS Tax Brackets Under the New Tax Bill

Posted by on 9:00 am in blog | October 25, 2018 |0 comments

IRS Tax Brackets Under the New Tax Bill

When the new tax bill was signed into law in December 2017, it seemed like it made instant headlines. Taxpayers who were used to the bracket they may have been in for years were suddenly unsure of how the following year’s worth of income was going to be taxed. Fortunately, there are now a...

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4 Ways to Know How Much You Owe the IRS

Posted by on 9:00 am in blog | October 18, 2018 |0 comments

4 Ways to Know How Much You Owe the IRS

Not knowing how much you owe the IRS can be scary, but there’s a few easy ways to find out for certain. Don’t put off finding out. While you might dread the possibility of learning you owe much more than you though, waiting around won’t make things any easier. You can start to make...

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Pros and Cons of IRS Payment Plans

Posted by on 9:58 am in blog | October 11, 2018 |0 comments

Pros and Cons of IRS Payment Plans

IRS payment plans can be an excellent way to finally eliminate a tax debt you’ve been carrying for years. On the other hand, they could be more trouble than they’re worth. Just like with anything else, there are both pros and cons associated with filing for one of these programs. Experts from Success Tax...

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How an Underpayment Tax Penalty Can Be Waivered

Posted by on 9:00 am in Tax relief | September 27, 2018 |0 comments

How an Underpayment Tax Penalty Can Be Waivered

If you pay estimated taxes and your estimates come up short, then you could get hit with a stiff financial penalty from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Taxpayers who collect income that’s not subject to withholding are supposed to pay estimated taxes. This kind of income includes everything from investment dividends and interest to alimony...

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How to Respond to an IRS Notice (Including Sample Letters)

Posted by on 9:00 am in Debt Relief | September 20, 2018 |0 comments

How to Respond to an IRS Notice (Including Sample Letters)

Receiving a written notice from the IRS can be one of the most stressful moments a taxpayer experiences. These letters are much easier to handle than you might think, however. Most letters simply request adjustments to recent returns or ask for additional documentation. You may also receive a letter warning you that a payment...

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IRS Repayment Options Explained

Posted by on 10:44 am in Tax relief | September 13, 2018 |0 comments

IRS Repayment Options Explained

Taking no action is the worst thing you can do if you owe any federal tax debt, especially considering that there are options. If you’re not able to pay your taxes by the original filing due date, then the balance is immediately subject to interest and late penalties. You may also be responsible for...

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How to Calculate Underpayment Penalty

Posted by on 9:53 am in blog, Tax relief | September 6, 2018 |0 comments

How to Calculate Underpayment Penalty

If you underpaid your federal taxes in the past, then you might be looking at a penalty from the IRS. Taxes are generally withheld by your employer, but self-employed entrepreneurs don’t get income taken out of their payment. You may have accidentally underestimated how much money you were going to make over the next...

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How to Calculate the Interest Rate on an IRS Installment Agreement

Posted by on 9:00 am in Debt Relief | August 29, 2018 |0 comments

How to Calculate the Interest Rate on an IRS Installment Agreement

If you are late submitting and/or paying your annual tax filing, then you need to prepare your finances to pay more that what you actually owe. This is because the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) penalizes taxpayers for each day they’re late filing and/or paying their taxes. This is where tax debt can get out...

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Do You Have to Pay Your Dead Relative’s Back Taxes?

Posted by on 9:15 am in Tax relief | August 21, 2018 |0 comments

Do You Have to Pay Your Dead Relative’s Back Taxes?

Taxes, change, and death are three certainties we have in life. The death of a relative can have a significant impact on an individual in terms of taking care of his or her estate. We are all are aware of this kind of scenario—of all the psychological consequences death represents. Back taxes, as it...

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