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Tax Codes

Tax law is a tricky language, and it takes most people years to understand it. In this section of our blog, you can read up on some of the most commonly misunderstood tax codes out there. Our tax professionals are experts at understanding and employing federal and state tax codes, so it’s time for you to get started. Read up on everything from major tax laws to little-known tax codes that can translate to thousands of dollars in savings on your tax debt or tax return. Of course, we’re here to talk you through everything—just contact one of our tax specialists today through our free live chat, located to the bottom right of your screen – or by clicking here.

Category: Tax Codes

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Tax Delinquency Lists Haunt Those with Tax Debt
If you’re thinking that not paying your state or federal back taxes won’t come back to haunt you later, you’re wrong. Tax delinquency lists are a real thing. The pain comes in multiple forms: financial, legal, and, now, reputational...
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What’s the Effect of a Tax Lien?
Buying and owning your home can be a dream. It can be used to raise a family, or can be used to rent out the rooms and live of the rental payments. But a big enough tax debt can lead to your home being targeted by the IRS through an IRS tax lien. How...
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How to Pay Tax Debt Over Time
If you have tax debt, getting it paid off is your first priority. Paying it off is important no matter how it’s done. Whether it’s in a one-time lump sum payment, or with a payment plan involving multiple payments, back tax debt should be...
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IRS Eases Rules for Reporting Hidden Overseas Cash
Making money overseas can be exciting. Whether you have family or business assets located abroad, making goods or providing services overseas can lead to big profits here at home. But after the IRS started to crack down on overseas tax dodgers in 200...
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IRS Tax Debt Statute of Limitations Exceptions
Where there’s a rule, there’s an exception. And that even applies to the IRS when it comes to collecting back tax debt. That even includes the tax debt statute of limitations. There’s always exceptions to the rule, even with tax deb...
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Choosing to Ignore Tax Debt? Choose Again.
If you’ve made the decision to ignore tax debt, then your future has some costly and potentially embarrassing measures in store for you.  Tax debt is created by unsuccessful risky tax moves, or lack of intent to pay it. However it’s made...
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When Should I Hire A Tax Attorney?
If you’re getting in hot water with the IRS due to back tax debt, you may be able to swim on your own for a while. But the time may come when you’ll need a tax attorney by your side. But when is it necessary for you to hire one?  It may ...
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Thinking of Representing Yourself in Tax Court?
When you’re dealing with the IRS, you’re in store for a wild ride. Representing yourself in tax court when dealing with the IRS in its efforts to collect your back tax debt is an idea that deserves many second thoughts. The Cons of Repres...
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Five Mistakes to Avoid When Filing Your Tax Returns
Each year gives us the responsibility of filing our taxes and either getting a refund, or paying up. But while filing our taxes gets easier and easier every year with the help of technology and the internet, there’s some mistakes that we’...
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Knowing the IRS Audit Process is Key
Going through the IRS audit process is no day at the park. You’ll have to dig up old records, make your case to an IRS agent, and afterward, it could be for nothing if the IRS decides to stick you with a bill for back tax debt.  In this case, ...
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