If you haven’t paid back taxes, penalties, or interest – you may be able to work with us to apply for an Offer in Compromise (OIC) with the IRS in order to get compliant, alleviate your issues with the IRS collectors, and move forward. An OIC is an agreement to settle your tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. The good news is that it may be easier than you think. In the spring of 2012 the IRS modified their offer in compromise guidelines, in an effort to work with struggling taxpayers, making it much more favorable to the taxpayer.
When it comes to choosing a tax professional to resolve a tax problem, represent you before the IRS, or handle complex tax issues, it is important to work with someone with the experience and expertise to deal with your situation effectively. You need to find someone you can rely on and trust. There are a lot of people out there claiming to be “the best,” so how do you choose? Here are some things to keep in mind when looking for the right person to handle your taxes.
Often, married taxpayers choose to file a joint tax return because of certain benefits this filing status allows. Unfortunately, there are times because of divorce, separation, or other circumstances that one spouse becomes liable for taxes, interest, or penalties due to improper filing or reporting of their partner.
If you are in need of advice on the best way to obtain tax relief, we welcome you to contact our tax firm for a free tax consultation at 1-877-78-TAXES [1-877-788-2937].
Tax returns for registered domestic partners, including same-sex spouses, can be complex. The laws in your state, and more specifically community property laws, dictate how you file and which deductions you can claim. There are nine community property states in the nation: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin. Your state’s laws also determine how you, as a registered domestic partner, file your returns federally with the Internal Revenue Service.
For assistance with all RDP tax services, please contact our firm for a free tax consultation at 1-877-78-TAXES [1-877-788-2937].
Unfiled Tax Returns – Get It Done
Did you know that every year many people and businesses face the gavel just because they haven’t filed their taxes? Though you may plead not guilty, the IRS doesn’t think so. In its eyes every person who hasn’t filed their taxes is an offender even though the perspective is different from the person’s view. It isn’t uncommon that every year people and businesses fail to file their tax returns. Sometimes it’s due to ignorance, sometimes not enough information, sometimes to escape it. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, people and businesses are being heavily penalized just because of their unfiled tax returns.
Backlog on Taxes? Get A CPA for Back Taxes
Nothing can be more stressful and alarming to have found your name in the black book of the IRS. It can be a case where you owe money following an audit, or taxes due in the current year or the previous year/s, or even worse where it can be case of many years of back taxes.
Owing money to the IRS can be devastating and destroy you beyond help if left unpaid. Though it may seem cruel from your point of view but the fact is that the IRS has the right to place levies and liens against your property to make up for the tax repayment. You may question yourself-“Why me”? Well, the truth is that it is not just you but according to a study” a maximum of twenty million of Americans owe money to the IRS.
The services of an enrolled agent for tax problem go a long way in resolving your IRS related tax issues. Though there are other tax professionals like tax attorneys and CPAs, in certain circumstances, it is best to take the help of enrolled agents. The question is ‘what are these circumstances’.
Like a Ninja assassin, a bank levy strikes without a peep. How and when, no one knows. One day your debit/credit card will be working fine, but the next day your card will be rejected while making purchases or while trying to draw cash from the ATM. The IRS bank Levy can be quite devastating and can make normal life impossible; turning it upside down. A bank levy can be one of the harshest methods of collecting taxes used by the IRS. Should you ever face a bank levy it shouldn’t come as a surprise because the IRS gives a fair warning to individuals in advance that they plan on using this method.
Timely tax payment is an important responsibility of every citizen and in the long run amounts to a better society with better amenities. Tax deductions from the salary do hurt and many resort to tax evasion as a way out. It must be understood that while tax evasion might appear as lucrative way out for a short term, it is definitely not the solution. Professional guidance from credible and reliable tax solution firms can come to the rescue at the critical point. These solution providers not only help in filing tax returns on time but also deal with wage garnishment and bank levy which IRS can resort to as means to bring the unpaid tax backlog to the defaulter’s attention.