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Whether you’re being audited by the IRS or you just don’t know how to file your tax returns, the truth is, Tax Day is a frightening day for all of us. What’s even worse is that nearly half of all Americans don’t even know what tax bracket they’re in (or, for that matter, what a tax bracket is). And that’s a scary thought indeed considering that 76 million Americans are struggling to get by. This is where it helps to find a great tax attorney. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled 10 tips to find the best tax attorney so that Tax Day can look a little less like Friday the 13th. Know the Kind of Tax Professional You Need First things first: you need to know what kind of tax professional you need. There are a few main types of tax professional you’re likely to encounter: Certified public accountants Enrolled agents Tax attorneys Certified public accountants (CPAs) can represent you in the case of an IRS audit, an appeal, or a collection… Read More

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Filing taxes for businesses and individuals can be a long and complicated process. Dealing with taxes can be stressful, but handling the fallout associated with an audit, a late filing, or an unpaid balance can be worse. Everyone can’t be an expert on taxes, but luckily you can hire someone that is. If you’re having trouble with back tax balances, unfiled returns, or want to ensure that next year’s filing goes well, you need to hire a tax attorney. Six Reasons To Hire A Tax Attorney Whether you’re a business owner with outstanding payroll taxes, or an individual struggling to pay back tax debt, having the help of a tax attorney can do wonders for you. You may wonder if an attorney is worth the cost, but if anything, most people can’t afford to not have an attorney. Curious about what a tax attorney can do for you? After you see how an attorney can help you, you’ll wonder why it took you so long… Read More

If you owe taxes to the IRS that you are unable to pay, it is very likely that you entered in to an IRS installment agreement to pay back the tax debt.  For many taxpayers, an IRS installment agreement is a no-fuss way to pay back their tax debt and get back on track with their tax obligations. However, changes in income, expenses, and life circumstances down the road can cause issues and lead to a situation where you are no longer able to pay your monthly installment agreement.  If you find yourself in a situation where you are no longer able to meet your ongoing installment agreement payments, there are things that you should know. One Time Skip The IRS generally allows a one-time payment skip without defaulting your installment agreement.  If you are having a rough month and missed your payment date, it does not mean that the IRS is automatically going to default your payment plan.  If you are still able to… Read More

Business Unfiled Returns; Business back taxes

Do You Owe Business Back Taxes? Do You Have Unfiled Business Returns? What Do You Need To Know About Business Taxes When Starting A Business? Business Taxes You have decided that it is time to go out on your own and start a business. You have created a plan on what you are going to do, how much you will charge, what it will cost you in expenses, and how much money you will make. However, have you thought about your tax obligations? Do you need to pay quarterly estimates? Are you responsible for payroll taxes? Will you have business taxes due to the State? Unemployment? Have you accounted for these expenses in your budget? Do you know what returns you will need to file and when they are due? Although taxes are not a fun or glamorous part of running a business, they are an essential part. Failure to properly plan for and pay your taxes may be the difference between your business succeeding… Read More

IRS TAx Levy; IRS wage garnishment

Finding out that the IRS has issued a tax levy or wage garnishment against your bank account or wages can be a terrifying discovery for any taxpayer.  How will you pay your bills?  How long is the levy going to last? Who do you contact to get the levy released?  Once a levy has been issued, time is of the essence in getting the levy released.  If a levy has been issued against your account, it is highly advisable to speak with a tax expert to determine what your resolution options are and to stop the IRS garnishment. There are many things that you need to know regarding how to stop an IRS levy.  One of the first things you need to know is that the IRS is not going to warn you that they are issuing a levy.  The IRS has a series of notices that it is required to send to a taxpayer before they can issue a levy.  However, once these notices… Read More

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