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What Should You Do When the IRS Files a Notice of a Federal Tax Lien Against You?

Posted by on 2:00 pm in IRS | September 9, 2019 |0 comments

What Should You Do When the IRS Files a Notice of a Federal Tax Lien Against You?

Getting a notice of a federal tax lien filed against you could mean that you won’t receive the proceeds from any property sales you make. When a lien is in effect against your house or another piece of property, the IRS gets paid out of the sales proceeds before you receive any money. If...

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How And When to Pay Your Estimated Federal Taxes

Posted by on 4:19 pm in Tax Tips, Taxes | September 4, 2019 |0 comments

How And When to Pay Your Estimated Federal Taxes

Did you know that the IRS can penalize you even if you do pay your taxes at the end of the year? You could file every form correctly and still get charged! That’s because people who don’t have their taxes withheld still get stuck with the same tax burdens that everyone else does. At...

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How Do I File a Financial Hardship With the IRS?

Posted by on 4:25 pm in IRS | August 29, 2019 |0 comments

How Do I File a Financial Hardship With the IRS?

Did you know that there’s an IRS program that could get those collection agents off your back for as long as you need to get back on your feet? Would you believe us if we said that there wasn’t even a charge involved? At Success Tax Relief, we’re often asked whether there’s any program...

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What are Tax Liens and What Do They Mean for Small Businesses?

Posted by on 3:28 pm in Tax lien | August 5, 2019 |0 comments

What are Tax Liens and What Do They Mean for Small Businesses?

The IRS is a government agency that deserves respect. History recounts that dodged taxes landed Al Capone in prison and not his other heinous crimes. In fiction, heroes and villains quip that they’d rather face violent vigilantes and meteors rather than face an audit. We pay our taxes for a reason: to avoid that...

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How to Find, Locate, and Recover an Old 401(k) Account

Posted by on 7:29 pm in blog, Tax | July 24, 2019 |0 comments

How to Find, Locate, and Recover an Old 401(k) Account

The vast majority of unclaimed income comes from brokerage, checking and savings accounts, plus annuities, 401(k)s and IRAs inadvertently left behind by people who switch jobs or financial institutions leaving valuable assets behind. The good news is that it’s relatively painless to locate lost funds. Since companies are required by law to mail send...

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Do You Qualify For The IRS Fresh Start Initiative?

Posted by on 8:41 pm in Tax Debt | July 15, 2019 |0 comments

Do You Qualify For The IRS Fresh Start Initiative?

The IRS Fresh Start initiative expanded several programs to help taxpayers struggling with unpaid tax debt as a result of the 2008 worldwide financial crisis. Some changes included the IRS increasing the threshold for filing a notice of federal tax lien from $5,000 to $10,000. Also, taxpayers are now allowed to obtain a lien...

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What Are the IRS or State Tax Levies?

Posted by on 5:29 pm in wage garnishment | July 11, 2019 |0 comments

What Are the IRS or State Tax Levies?

Tax debts are among the most difficult debts to eliminate, not even avoidable by filing bankruptcy. This is because the IRS has more power than other types of creditors to seize your assets. In this way, the IRS can use a tax levy to seize property without even having to take you to court...

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What is IRS Form 1040-ES?

Posted by on 4:43 pm in blog | July 8, 2019 |0 comments

What is IRS Form 1040-ES?

The IRS Form 1040 is an official documents that U.S. taxpayers can use to file their annual income tax return. You can use Form 1040-ES to pay income tax, self-employment tax and any other tax you may be liable for. ES stands for estimated tax, not to be confused with the standard 1040 which...

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What are Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments?

Posted by on 7:00 pm in IRS | July 2, 2019 |0 comments

What are Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments?

How would you feel if you got stuck paying a fee to the IRS even though you paid your taxes every single year? This happens to many people who failed to make estimated payments. Regardless of how you earn income, you have to pay your taxes during the whole year and not just in...

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5 Consequences of Filing Late Tax Returns

Posted by on 4:36 pm in IRS | |0 comments

5 Consequences of Filing Late Tax Returns

Not filing an income tax return can actually land you behind bars! It’s a very rare occurrence because the IRS would rather not have to spend taxpayer money to support incarcerated people. However, it has happened before on rare occasions. If you’ve ever thought that you could avoid the hassle filing a tax return...

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