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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Will an IRS Wage Garnishment Hurt Your Credit?

One of the many different ways that the IRS will try to collect unpaid back taxes is to garnish someone’s wages through a levy. When a wage garnishment is properly issued, your employer is instructed to take out a portion of … Read More

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Ten Years Behind on Your Taxes – What Should You Do?

Many people may think it is difficult to fall a decade behind on your taxes. However, having multiple years of returns pile up happens easier than you may believe. Many people fail to file one year’s return and then think … Read More

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Need Your Passport, Pay Your Taxes

Unpaid Tax Debts? The IRS May Be Able to Revoke or Deny Your Passport in 2016 There have always been significant penalties for people who have unpaid taxes. However, the IRS is constantly taking steps to increase the punishments in … Read More

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Student Loans and your Credit Score

Student loans do not necessarily negatively or positively affect credit ratings. However, whether or not the student responsibly handles paying off the loans is what ultimately influences credit. Below are two things you can do to keep student loans from … Read More

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4 Ways The IRS Is Working Hard To Protect You From ID Theft.

How the IRS Works to Prevent Fraud and Identity Theft Aside from handling the nation’s taxes every year, the IRS also works very hard to ensure to reduce the levels of fraud and identity theft in the country. This is … Read More

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Should I Talk to the IRS?

In many cases, if your tax return is being questioned or audited, you will receive a request from an IRS agent or auditor for you to speak with them and answer questions. Often, an auditor wants the communications to take … Read More

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