Category Archives for WAGE OR BANK LEVY

Can Bankruptcy Solve Tax Problems?

  • July 30, 2020

Bankruptcy may be a popular remedy for towering balances on credit cards, getting houses out of foreclosure, and eliminating enormous medical bills. But bankruptcy can be used for more than that; it can

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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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What are IRS Series 668 Forms and Which is the Worst?

  • October 4, 2019

(Hint: Wage Garnishment)IRS Series 668 Forms – 668A, 668D, 668W, 668Y, 668Z – are notices that the IRS sends a taxpayer advising of an action the IRS has initiated against them or the release of such

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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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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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Can You Call it a Business or is it Just an Expensive Hobby?

  • April 17, 2018

It can be very difficult to determine and qualify the difference between the two. Here’s an example of how to be sure to (eventually) get on the IRS’ radar regarding this matter: Deduct hefty

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A Few Strategies To Reduce (Or Eliminate) the Taxes You’ll Owe on Your Social Security Benefits

  • April 17, 2018

Over the years, I’ve been asked how taxes on Social Security benefits are calculated, and if there are any strategies that would help them avoid paying taxes on their benefits? Whether your Social

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Tax Bills You’re Likely to Face on Your Sources of Retirement Income

  • April 16, 2018

When you’re planning for retirement, it’s fun to contemplate all the cruises, rounds of golf, and restaurant visits you have ahead of you. After all, you’ve earned it! Unfortunately, many retirees

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How long should you keep your tax records?

  • April 4, 2018

As we move through tax season, some of my clients have been asking how long they should keep their tax records in case they get audited – and are some records more important to keep than others. Since

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