How to Get Away with Tax Fraud

How to Get Away with Tax Fraud

The simple answer is – Don’t mess with tax fraud! It could literally cost you everything. Below are some examples of six infamous people who thought they could fool the IRS and get away with tax fraud, but they learned the hard way that they…

Tax Tips for Empty-Nesters

Tax Tips for Empty-Nesters

If all of your children have left home and moved on, it is time to start thinking about ways to save on your tax bill. There are actions you can take throughout the year that will keep your taxes low, and put money back into…

Life, and Taxes, After Bankruptcy

Life, and Taxes, After Bankruptcy

If you are one of the many Americans who have experienced financial instability, then you may be worried about filing an income tax return after filing for bankruptcy. Truthfully, filing taxes should not cause you any grief if you know what to look for, and…

How to Avoid a Tax Relief Scam

How to Avoid a Tax Relief Scam

If you owe back taxes to the IRS or State, you need to find a reliable tax resolution attorney, who will fight for you with the IRS, in order to get you the most favorable resolution for your tax problems. The most common question is…

Best Practices for IRS Form 1099

Best Practices for IRS Form 1099

If you are a small business owner, you know tax season can be a headache, and perplexing tax forms can add to your frustration . . . particularly Form 1099. The due date for your business 1099 form must be mailed out by January 31st.…

‘Estimated Tax’ Snares

‘Estimated Tax’ Snares

If you work as a freelancer, an independent contractor, or if you own a business, then chances are you are all too familiar with estimated taxes. Business owners pay estimated taxes to avoid not being able to cover anticipated taxes on income through wage withholding…

Offer in Compromise Program Gets More Flexible

Offer in Compromise Program Gets More Flexible

The IRS has modified terms of their Offer in Compromise program to help taxpayers who struggle most with meeting their federal tax obligations during hard economic times. The Offer in Compromise program is designed to help taxpayers settle their tax debt for an amount less…

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