March 3, 2016

How to Deal With Revenue Officers

Your assets are at risk due to tax liability, and you’re expecting a Revenue Officer (RO), the highest level of IRS collection agent, to come knocking at your door. Primarily, understand that the IRS appoints an officer to your case..

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February 18, 2016

The 411 on an Offer in Compromise

Imagine getting a fresh start in your tax life at a huge discount. That’s precisely what the Offer in Compromise program from the IRS offers. It allows qualified individuals with unpaid tax debt to negotiate a settled amount that is..

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January 24, 2016

What To Do When You Receive A Wage Garnishment

You’ve received a notice in the mail, informing you of wage garnishment. What does this mean exactly? First and foremost, this is in consequence of a debt; if you weren’t aware of this debt, you’ll need to contact a lawyer,..

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January 6, 2016

Tax Audit Red Flags

The IRS audited less than 1% of individual tax returns last year, and is projected to audit even less this year. Consequently, the likelihood of the IRS questioning and reviewing your tax return for accuracy is slim. Math errors don’t..

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December 17, 2015

3 Questions About Bank Levies Answered

When a bank levy presents itself, it triggers a whirlwind of questions, most pertaining to how to end and remove it. Once a bank levy is placed on your account, there isn’t anything you can do to forego payment of..

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November 30, 2015

How to Prepare for an IRS Tax Audit

Your tax audit will go one of a few ways; many people find themselves dealing with correspondence-audit situations, which can be easily remedied through the mail, the IRS’s main mode of communication. Likely, your math was simply incorrect, or they..

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