Filed under: Tax Law Changes, Tax News | Comments Off on Will IRS’s Use of Debt Collectors Open Door to New Problems?
No one wants to receive a call out of the blue from the IRS, but perhaps an even worse call is one that comes from a debt collector. Debt collectors have a terrible reputation and in most cases, it’s a reputation that they have rightfully earned. Now just imagine getting a call from a debt […]
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Ever since man has existed there has been sin. While people sin differently, everyone has their flaws. Even though many taxpayers feel as though the amount of money they lose to the government is sinful, the government on the other hand loves to tax “sin.” Many sins come in the form of vices, products or […]
Filed under: Tax News | Comments Off on Tax Season Begins This Month – Are You Ready?
January signifies a lot of things, but one of the most common things associated with every New Year is resolutions or goals. People make a lot of different resolutions every year, with some of the most typical ones being weight loss, exercising more, eating better and spending more time with loved ones to name just […]
Filed under: Tax Blog, Tax Tips | Comments Off on Can a Flexible Spending Account Help Save You Taxes?
Flexibility. It’s a word that is usually associated with something positive. The more flexibility a person has in their joints and muscles the healthier they seem to be. The more flexibility people have at work, the happier they seem to be with their employment. The more flexibility people have to pay off debt or a […]
Filed under: Tax Blog | Comments Off on Don’t Fall Into These IRS Tax Penalty Traps
Paying taxes in and of itself is no fun for anyone. However, when you get your tax return all done and then find out that the IRS has added a tax penalty onto your bill in addition to the amount you already owe, or have paid, that really lets the air out of your sails. […]