Category Archives for IRS Tax Audit

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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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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Paycheck Checkup Prevents a Tax-Time Surprise!

  • July 11, 2019

It’s important to check your federal income tax withholding now to avoid an unexpected tax bill or penalty with next year’s return. The IRS Withholding Calculator can help you conduct a Paycheck Checkup.Basics

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What Taxpayers Really Think about the IRS

  • July 3, 2019

For the last two years, the Internal Revenue Service has surveyed taxpayers to find out what makes them comply with their tax obligations. The study – called the “Comprehensive Taxpayer Attitude Survey”

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Treasury Cuts Penalties for Taxpayers Who Got Confused about Withholding

  • March 28, 2019

The U.S. Treasury Department is again reducing penalties for taxpayers who didn’t pay enough of their tax bill throughout the year.Taxpayers who paid at least 80 percent of their estimated tax liability

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10 Things You May Not Know Are Taxable

  • March 28, 2019

If you work for a living, you know that your wages are taxable, and you’re probably aware that some investment income is taxed, too. But the IRS doesn’t stop there.If you’ve picked up some extra

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Here’s How to Evaluate a Tax Relief Firm from a Cost Standpoint.

Note: You should refer to a Tax Attorney. Tax Attorneys have the Highest Level of Representation and the Credentials and can offer more options to you compared to a CPA or an Enrolled Agent. You need to

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Is the IRS picking on you?

  • February 18, 2019

You are not alone. Running the government is expensive and the number one means for paying its bills and expenses is you - the taxpayer! The government is an equal opportunity debt collector. It doesn’t

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Nice-Try Tax Breaks Rejected by the IRS

  • January 20, 2019

Over the years, taxpayers have concocted a lot of zany arguments to justify their tax breaks. Here are some of the most creative ones that the courts decided did not quite work. Take note: many of these

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