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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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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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Click Quick: These Last Minute Tax Tips Will Help You Save
This isn’t your typical list of tax tips for 2017. Whatever your financial circumstances and particular lifestyle, some of these nuggets of wisdom will help you save some green, maximize your refund, and avoid hassle and potential fraud. If you’r...
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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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The 411 on FBAR
Following increased IRS regulation, we’ve kept you in the know about how to report hidden money overseas, which includes using the special form known as FBAR, and still holds true in order to maintain a clean financial record. Hopefully you’ve do...
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The Tax Implications of Being an Airbnb Host
The sharing economy is great, right? Many Americans are apart of it as both providers and consumers, giving and taking rides via Uber, vacationing or renting out their apartments for part time cash via Airbnb, and so on. If part (or all!) of your inc...
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Tips for Filing Your Taxes While Unemployed
If you’re currently on the job market, you’ll have to approach your taxes differently when Uncle Sam comes knocking at your door. There are certain ways of filing, particular tax breaks to take, and it may become more crucial for you to consult a...
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The Secret Ways to Boost Your Tax Refund
There is nothing worse than overlooking tax deductions and credits that could have resulted in more money in the bank. The IRS doesn’t make it any easier either with their constantly changing tax codes and deadlines. But one thing they won’t tell...
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Tips to Make Next Year’s Taxes Even Easier
We all want taxes to a be a bit easier – fewer numbers, less document chasing, and more wiggle room. Taxpayers have to go by the book Uncle Sam wrote, but below are a few ways you can lift the weight of it off of your shoulders. Sync Your Sched...
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