Category: Tax Debt Help

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The Tax Moves Business Owners Need to Make Before Year End
When you start a new business, it’s easy to get caught up in running everything and forget about paying taxes. But you need to plan ahead to avoid a surprise in April. To lower your tax bill and avoid penalties, make these three moves before th...
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Lowering Your Taxes by Saving for Retirement Now
Every U.S. citizen who pays their income taxes annually most likely wants to find ways to lower their tax bill. Luckily, however, there are some simple ways you can reduce the burden of your tax stress — and one of the best ways is to start put...
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Making Federal Tax Payments: What You Should Know
Working for yourself comes with the benefit being flexible to make your own schedule, but it also comes with the responsibility of paying your own federal taxes. As an employee, you can expect to pay your federal taxes at the end of the tax year, but...
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Top IRS Penalties and How to Avoid Them
While the IRS will never win a popularity contest, failing to obey tax laws or submitting a tax return with mistakes can subject you to penalties and fines. Use this penalty checklist as a guide to prepare accurate and timely tax returns. Tax Mistake...
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Tax Changes Coming for 2017
While many taxpayers consider January through April to be tax season, taxes are a year-round endeavor. Make sure you’re up to date on tax changes coming for 2017 to save yourself time and money at filing time. 2017 Tax Brackets and Deductions L...
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What If You Can’t Pay Your Tax Bill?
If you’re ready to file your federal tax return, but have no way of settling your bill in full, what can you do? Do you just ignore the problem and hope it will go away, or do you take the initiative to do something positive to solve the proble...
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How to Deal with an IRS Revenue Officer
If you owe money in back taxes to the IRS, an IRS revenue officer (RO) may be assigned to your case. Your case will first be assessed by an IRS revenue agent and then escalated to a revenue officer if it is felt your case requires further attention. ...
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Tax Payment Options: What You Should Know
If you have back taxes to pay and the problem is keeping you awake at night, the most important thing is to address the problem. In recent years, the Internal Revenue System (IRS) has recognized that more people are falling into difficulty with their...
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Self Employed? Here’s Your End of the Year Plan
As a self-employed individual, you’re in a special tax situation. Instead of simply receiving a W-2 form, you’ll have significant document collection and several other factors to consider. What’s more, you may have a side gig that qualifies as ...
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How to Resolve Tax Liens on Your Business or Home
When you neglect or fail to pay a tax debt, a lien protects the government’s interest in your property. The lien arrives only after your liability has been assessed and you’ve been sent a notice, called a Notice and Demand for Payment, indicating...
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