Category: Revenue Officers

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What to Do When Your Return Is Rejected
Filing your taxes can be a huge undertaking, even if your financial situation hasn’t changed much since last year, so submitting or mailing is often quite the stress relief. But what happens if the IRS rejects your return? Why does it get rejected?...
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How to Protect Yourself from Tax Identity Theft
During tax season, consumers must be extra vigilant with their personal information. Each year the IRS compiles a “Dirty Dozen” list detailing the most common tax scams of the year. Identity theft continues to make the list year after yea...
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Rent or Buy? The New Tax Plan Changes Things
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December, much of the analysis and concern surrounded the large tax cuts to the wealthy and the small cuts to the middle and lower class. However, the tax plan will change more than your paycheck and how you f...
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Don’t Miss These Upcoming IRS Deadlines
Google, Outlook, or a tried and true notepad? Whatever your preference, mark your calendars with these important tax dates. Keeping track (or failing to) can lead to a bigger refund or higher taxes! The important dates kick off just this week. Open E...
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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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Taxpayers Beware: What You Need to Know About IRS Impersonators
At the end of October, 20 arrests were made in connection to a lengthy IRS impersonation scam, that involved persons in 8 states in the U.S., as well as some in India, where the head conspirators resided. Fortunately, these scammers have been rightfu...
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3 Strategies to Save Your Small Business Money
Many small business owners make careless mistakes when filing their taxes – are you one of them? Instead of throwing your profit to penalties and skipping out on savings, adopt these strategies to save money better spent on helping your busines...
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Unable to Pay? Here’s What to do About Your Tax Bill
The squeeze you feel on your wallet might tighten if you’re suddenly hit with a tax bill. Simply put, there are those who just can’t pay. Fortunately, you have a few options. Read below to find the best for your financial situation. If you can af...
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