Category Archives for F.A.Q

While the “Stimulus Checks” are Helpful, We Can’t Tell You When You’ll Receive One.

  • April 20, 2020

We're hearing, "Where is my stimulus check?" a lot these days. A recurring question that's impossible for us to answer. We understand the frustration some folks are feeling, not having received a check

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What If You Can’t Afford to Pay the Taxes You Owe?

  • February 14, 2020

Maybe you've just finished preparing your tax return and you find that you owe the IRS a large sum, but you can’t afford to pay it. Are you going to jail? Probably not. The realization that you can’t

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The Most Common Tax Problems for 2020

  • February 14, 2020

Now that the 2020 tax season is upon us, taxpayers — and their advisors — should proactively consider some of the challenges that they will likely face with common tax problems.While it’s been more

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Choosing to File for Financial Hardship

  • January 10, 2020

When you're dealing with financial hardship, just making ends meet throughout the month is a challenge, and it's likely you wouldn't be able to add another payment into your budget. That said, when you

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Misperceptions & Mistakes About IRS Offer in Compromise

  • December 18, 2019

The IRS Offer in Compromise program is a terrific opportunity for taxpayers to get a fresh start by wiping away their tax debt.  However, it is not without its drawbacks. There is a lot of misinformation

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Avoid the Temptation of Tax Evasion

  • November 20, 2019

If you intentionally fail to pay taxes or underreport your taxable income, you could be charged with tax evasion. In order to be convicted of tax evasion, the IRS must show that you deliberately tried

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Violating Federal Employment Tax Rules Brings Heavy Penalties!

  • November 19, 2019

And there are many ways to incur those penalties. Violating federal employment tax rules is very serious business – and not just for employers – employees will suffer as well.Both employers and employees

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Any Letter from the IRS is Scary, but Which are Just Scare Tactics and Which are Serious?

  • October 7, 2019

If you have a tax problem with the IRS, you no doubt have been bombarded with their "love letters", some reminding you to pay your unpaid taxes, some reminding you to file, some requesting information,

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Is an Offer in Compromise Right for You and Your Situation?

Offer in Compromise (“OIC”) is a program developed and run by the IRS allowing taxpayers to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount they owe. This is a useful program to look into if you

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Can the IRS Garnish My 1099 Earnings?

  • July 12, 2019

Yes! IRS 1099 Non-Wage Garnishment works similarly to W2 Wage Garnishment but no employer is involved. Because of that, there are some key differences.If you owe taxes to the IRS from a prior tax year,

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