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If you missed this year’s filing deadline, it is important to still file your taxes in order to avoid serious trouble with the IRS.
There are a number of different ways – some easier than others – to determine how much you owe the IRS.
Owing business payroll taxes is a big deal, so it is crucial for you to learn about and take the appropriate actions in order to stay out of trouble with the IRS.
Tax Settlement Options
If you owe the IRS money but cannot pay in full, you do have options. The IRS understands that not everyone can pay their tax liability in full, so several alternate solutions are available.
Although they don’t offer this option to every taxpayer, the IRS does allow some individuals to settle taxes for less than they owe if those individuals meet specific IRS requirements.
Understanding IRS Correspondence
You may not be in trouble, but any time the IRS contacts you there is a chance that something may be wrong. Depending on which letter you have received, there are different recommended steps to making sure that everything is squared away.
You will receive a Notice of Intent to Levy if something has gone wrong with your taxes and you have made no attempt to resolve the problem. Even though this is a bad situation, if you make the right moves and handle the Intent to Levy carefully, you may be able to get back into the good graces of the IRS so that things do not progress any further.
A Notice of Federal Tax Lien from the IRS is not something that you should ignore. It is important for you to understand what this letter means, how to address it and the consequences of not addressing it.
Here are some tips to follow if you receive an audit letter in the mail. Did you know audits can go both ways? Follow this advice for a good outcome.
Tax Levies & Wage Garnishment
The IRS gives many options for you to remove the bank levy, and our experts can help you find the best solution for your unique situation.
If the IRS is garnishing your wages then you have not resolved your taxes owed. Follow these stops to stop the garnishment and settle your taxes with the IRS.
Penalties & Penalty Removal
Understand how to calculate the penalty for not filing your taxes, what the maximum penalty is, and what happens if fraud or negligence is involved.
Understand how to calculate the penalty for not paying your taxes, what the maximum penalty is, and what happens if fraud or negligence is involved.
You can remove IRS tax penalties through penalty abatement as long as you make the appropriate plea or filing to the IRS.
Penalties for filing a tax return late or not filing a tax return vary depending upon your situation. Q&A about various situations and the tax penalties (if any) that are associated with them.
Finding Professional Help
Knowing and understanding what a tax resolution company does is crucial when making a decision to hire one. A tax resolution company offers many benefits that can greatly help taxpayers in almost all situations.
Important traits to look for when selecting a tax settlement company that can truly help you with your tax situation.
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