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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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The IRS is After my Small Business

Running a small business has many challenges, including compliance with a variety of federal and state laws. One of the most important sets of laws with which you must comply is the United States Tax Code. The Internal Revenue Service … Read More

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Avoid Frivolous Tax Arguments and Defenses

Many people have very strong opinions about taxes – usually, that they should not be expected to pay them. Some tax filers have intentionally failed to comply with federal tax laws enforced by the IRS and, in support, cite different … Read More

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Tax Fraud or Negligence?

Tax fraud is a serious federal crime1 and the IRS and prosecutors take tax fraud very seriously. However, in order to convict you of tax fraud, officials must prove that you intentionally and purposefully lied on your taxes to defraud … Read More

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Do Not Ignore an IRS Property Lien

If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)1 believes that you owe unpaid taxes, the agency has several different methods of trying to collect that debt. One of the most aggressive collection methods commonly used by the IRS is by placing a … Read More

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Getting Through an IRS Audit

Let’s face it–taxes are not fun. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is one of the most disliked federal agencies because it collects money from taxpayers and enforces so many complex laws and requirements.1 Tax laws often leave people feeling confused … Read More

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Frequent Flyer Miles, Credit Card Points and the IRS

Everywhere we turn, there is a new offer for some sort of credit card complete with benefits such as cash back, credit card points, or frequent flyer miles. Companies like Capital One and Chase are known for their variety of … Read More

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5 Tips to Identify the IRS Phone Scam In Illinois

Individuals claiming to be employees of the Internal Revenue Service has been making their rounds calling individuals in every state seeking financial gain and access to pertinent personal information. These phishing scams are becoming common and many individuals are falling … Read More

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5 Important Tax Filing Tips For The Gambler

When most consumers think about gambling they think about sports betting, lotteries, and casino winnings. But the IRS labels gambling income as all of these as well as any additional earnings that you may receive from fantasy sports betting, free … Read More

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