Will Student Loan Forgiveness Programs Lead to Tax Problems?

For many people in the United States who share in owing the estimated $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, loan forgiveness plans may sound like a dream come true. There are two major loan forgiveness programs in place currently, which … Read More

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Are You Liable for Your Spouse’s Tax Debts?

Married couples are supposed to share everything – right? Well, this is not the case when it comes to back taxes. If you find out – or already knew – that your spouse has unpaid tax debts, you will likely … Read More

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Call a Tax Defense Lawyer Immediately in These Three Situations

When you owe a debt to the IRS, you may wonder when the right time to call an experienced tax relief attorney may be. While an attorney can help you explore your options for handling your back taxes at any … Read More

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How to Manage an IRS Tax Lien

If you owe the IRS back taxes, there is a possibility that you could find yourself in a financial mess that could affect you months or years. If you have a tax debt, the IRS may place a lien on … Read More

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Ways to Find Relief from Your Tax Burden

Having a mounting tax debt is always stressful and can be overwhelming. This is especially true because if you cannot pay the IRS, it can garnish your wages, put a levy on your bank accounts, put a lien on your … Read More

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Four Things to Do if You Have Missed a Filing Deadline

Missing a tax deadline is an issue that a substantial number of people deal with every year. While it is probable that you will be assessed interest and penalties for your late filing, missing the deadline does not have to … Read More

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Protecting Your Retirement Benefits from the IRS

Many people spend years sacrificing purchases, trips, and other things they want so they can contribute to retirement funds to prepare for the future. Pensions, 401K accounts, and IRA accounts are all valuable assets that you may plan to rely … Read More

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How Student Loans Can Affect Your Taxes

There are many factors in your life that affect your tax liability – either favorably or not. Paying a mortgage, being self-employed, having children, and other important circumstances are all vital when it comes to your taxes. One factor that … Read More

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Possible Changes for Taxpayers in 2017

One of the major issues of this presidential election – and many before that – was taxes. Now with the changing administration, many tax laws may be amended in various ways when the new administration officially takes over. It is … Read More

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April 15th is Not the Only Important Tax Date

Everyone who earns income in the United States should be aware of the importance of April 15th, often referred to as “tax day,” as it is generally the deadline for filing your annual income taxes. However, there are also important … Read More

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