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How to Resolve a Tax Dispute with the IRS

Posted by on 10:00 am in IRS | February 19, 2019 |0 comments

How to Resolve a Tax Dispute with the IRS

If you disagree with the IRS about a decision they have made regarding your tax return, you may assume that you don’t have any chance of resolving it in your favor. Well, as it turns out, you may have a better chance than you might think – especially if you follow some basic tips...

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Hiring a Professional to Negotiate with the IRS on Your Behalf

Posted by on 10:45 am in Debt Relief, Tax relief, Tax Tips | February 12, 2019 |0 comments

Hiring a Professional to Negotiate with the IRS on Your Behalf

In some cases doing things yourself is often the best way to yield quick results. Yet, when it comes time to handle situations like tax filing and debt, it’s often a good idea to bring in a third party that knows the tax laws and has successfully dealt with your special kind of tax...

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How Early 401K Withdrawals Can Affect Your Tax Return

Posted by on 10:10 am in Taxes | February 4, 2019 |0 comments

How Early 401K Withdrawals Can Affect Your Tax Return

Your 401(k) retirement account is an excellent way to save for your retirement and some employers even match your contributions, giving you an extra boost for your nest egg. But, what happens if you come upon hard times before you retire and need to cash in some or all of your 401(k)? Accessing these...

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Are IRS Installment Tax Payments Deductible?

Posted by on 1:55 pm in Tax Deductions | January 18, 2019 |0 comments

Are IRS Installment Tax Payments Deductible?

Are IRS Installment Tax Payments Deductible? An installment agreement is one way to pay back taxes, interest, and penalties to the IRS over time if you are unable to pay in one lump sum. Like a credit card payment, you are paying back the debt (plus any interest and penalties accrued) over time, rather...

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Tax Debt and Divorce: Who Pays the Back Taxes?

Posted by on 9:01 am in Tax Tips | January 11, 2019 |0 comments

Tax Debt and Divorce: Who Pays the Back Taxes?

A divorce is a complicated situation no matter how you look at it. Besides all the emotional issues you have to battle, you also have to sort through a laundry list of financial issues when trying to separate merged finances. Many married couples have joint accounts, own property that belong to both, and have...

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How to Write a Letter of Explanation to the IRS (with samples)

Posted by on 7:00 am in Taxes | January 4, 2019 |0 comments

How to Write a Letter of Explanation to the IRS (with samples)

If you have received a written notice from the IRS requesting an adjustment to a recent tax return, requesting additional documentation for your return, or if the IRS sends notice that your payment is late, you need to know how to respond appropriately.  Keeping the lines of communication open is key to a successful...

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IRS One Time Forgiveness: Does It Apply to You?

Posted by on 4:30 pm in IRS, Tax Debt, Tax relief | December 26, 2018 |0 comments

IRS One Time Forgiveness: Does It Apply to You?

Have you heard offers on TV or online promising to eliminate all of your tax debt? Have you wondered if these promises could be real or are they just too good to be true? In reality, while no formal debt forgiveness plan actually exists, you might actually qualify for significant assistance from the Internal...

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How to File an IRS Audit Reconsideration Request

Posted by on 3:53 pm in IRS Audit | December 20, 2018 |0 comments

How to File an IRS Audit Reconsideration Request

An audit reconsideration request is the process by which a taxpayer is allowed to dispute the results of a recent audit of their tax return. If you disagree with audit results that prompted the IRS to assess additional taxes to you or a tax credit was reversed, the IRS may very well agree to...

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IRS Tax Levy: Handling Your Tax Liability in 2019

Posted by on 3:08 pm in IRS | December 17, 2018 |0 comments

IRS Tax Levy: Handling Your Tax Liability in 2019

Taxes are not the easiest process to handle and as humans we sometimes make mistakes. It is highly important to pay attention to the various pros and cons of ways to handle your tax liability in 2019. Do your due diligence when it comes to working on your taxes since you do not want...

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Filing back taxes in 2019: 6 Helpful Tips

Posted by on 9:40 pm in Tax Tips | December 12, 2018 |0 comments

Filing back taxes in 2019: 6 Helpful Tips

Did you know that the IRS could be holding money that’s rightfully yours? They’ll gladly keep any money they owe you if you don’t file a tax return. There’s even a statute of limitations on claiming past refunds. If it expires, then you’re out of luck. Perhaps the most important tip anyone can give...

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