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Don’t make your tax problem WORSE by hiring the wrong firm. You hear the tax relief advertisements on TV, radio and internet of these unknown companies promising that they can eliminate your tax debt and settle for “pennies on the dollar”. These tax relief companies claim to be the biggest, largest, etc. You end up speaking to an unlicensed sales person, not a lawyer, EA or CPA that puts so much pressure on you to pay them and hire them; I call them sales organizations as they are not tax or law firms, but scammers that prey on innocent taxpayers like you.

Watch out! Don’t fall for scams and make your exiting tax problem even worse.

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Today we’re going to be looking at a few amended tax return tips and looking at what you should know about the process. Okay, so let’s say you were very well-prepared this year, and that you filed your tax return well in advance. The pressure was off, and now you could sit back, relax, and wait to do the same thing again next year. But wait. In your haste to get it filed on time, you failed to declare some additional income from freelance work you forgot about. Now is the time to start searching for amended tax return services. Filing an amended tax return may sound simple enough, but there are a number of pitfalls to watch out for, which could hurt you financially. That’s the last thing we want to happen to you, which is why for today’s article, we’re going to share a few useful tips with you to help you amend your tax return and look at what you need to know.

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Dear Clients:

The following is a summary of important tax developments that have occurred in April, May, and June of 2018 that may affect you, your family, your investments, and your livelihood. Please call us for more information about any of these developments and what steps you should implement to take advantage of favorable developments and to minimize the impact of those that are unfavorable.

The IRS released a new draft version of the 2018 Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. The new Form is markedly different from the 2017 version of the form and would replace the current Form 1040, as well as the Form 1040A and the Form 1040EZ. In addition to reflecting a number of changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA; P.L. 115-97, 12/22/2017), the “postcard” draft form is about half the size of the current version and contains far fewer lines than its predecessor. However, this reduction in length is countered by the fact that the draft form has six new accompanying schedules.

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If you were to ask most Angelenos in SoCal, or around the country, what would the worst thing you could receive in the mail, chances are at least 90% of the people you asked would say that getting an audit letter from the IRS, FTB, EDD, CDTFA, BOE or on much misinformation that is circulating around the internet.

The Internal Revenue Service or IRS and the State Tax agency, FTB, EDD, CDTFA, BOE for your state are responsible for collecting the tax revenue that is owed to the Federal Government and State Government, respectively, based on the applicable tax codes. Along with that goes all of the necessary power that it needs in order to execute its responsibilities.

When the IRS has identified those individuals or businesses in greater Los Angeles, or any other metro city in America, who they are needing to bring in for a formal one on one interview with, they will send out a formal letter stating that the person or business receiving the letter is being audited. It is this letter that seems to strike fear in the hearts and minds of most everyone.

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CLIENT LETTER EXPLAINS RECENT DEVELOPMENTS THAT MAY AFFECT YOUR TAX SITUATION

Dear Clients:

The following is a summary of important tax developments that have occurred in the first three months of 2018 that may affect you, your family, your investments, and your livelihood. Please call us for more information about any of these developments and what steps you should implement to take advantage of favorable developments and to minimize the impact of those that are unfavorable.

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Taxes are fees or charges imposed by the federal and state agencies on its citizens and businesses based upon transactions (income, sale or transfers) or property value to finance government activities. It is the duty of a citizens and businesses to pay and file taxes and because various tax laws and codes can be difficult to understand, people often look out for tax help when the tax time rolls around. When faced with huge fines and fees on taxes owed, you really should seek tax help and appeal to the IRS, FTB, EDD, CDTFA, BOE with resolution solutions right for you. Owing back taxes is stressful and can negatively affect every aspect of your life. The crux of the matter is not knowing what may or will happen to you once the IRS has total control over the situation and your assets. As intimidating and scary as the IRS may seem, you do have rights as a taxpayer to seek help and representation and you should not let your rights be trampled or violated. By obtaining tax help from a reputable professional, EA, attorney, or CPA for your back taxes, audits, and appeal, you can be assured you won’t be taken advantage of.

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The average person only has a 1 percent chance of being selected for an IRS audit. That’s one drawing you don’t want to win! If you have been chosen, though, it’s important not to panic. How you respond to an IRS audit request can have a big impact on the outcome of the process in your tax defense.

While an IRS audit is undoubtedly stressful and can be a painful, lengthy process in some cases, following these tips will help you get through it:

  1. Read the letter carefully

Not every notice from the IRS is an official audit, but it’s easy to panic when a letter arrives from them. Take your time to read the letter from start to finish. If they are simply requesting verification of something in your taxes, provide the information promptly. You may be able to avoid a formal IRS audit altogether if you respond appropriately in a timely manner as part of your tax defense.

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Dear Client:

Congress appears poised to enact a major tax reform law that could potentially make fundamental changes in the way you and your family calculate your federal income tax bill, and the amount of federal tax you will pay. This letter is designed to help you cope with the changes Congress is hammering into shape right now—to take advantage of tax breaks that may be heading your way, and to soften the impact of any crackdowns. Keep in mind, however, that while most experts expect a major tax law to be enacted this year, it’s by no means a sure bet. So keep a close eye on the news and don’t swing into action until the ink is dry on the President’s signature of the tax reform bill.

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Tax Problem Resolution infographic by Mike Habib EA, Back taxes Help, IRS Audit Help, Unfiled Tax Returns Help

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Tax Problem Resolution infographic by Mike Habib EA

Calling on taxpayers facing back tax problems, taxpayers being audited by the IRS or the state, taxpayers with delinquent and unfiled tax returns, releasing tax levies, tax liens and businesses facing 941 payroll tax problems. We can resolve your tax problem and offer you peace of  mind. Call us today at 877-788-2937. 

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Dear Client:

The following is a summary of important tax developments that have occurred in the past three months that may affect you, your family, your investments, and your livelihood. Please call us for more information about any of these developments and what steps you should implement to take advantage of favorable developments and to minimize the impact of those that are unfavorable.

Healthcare bill moves through Congress. On May 4, the House of Representatives passed along party lines the American Health Care Act (AHCA), the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA, also known as Obamacare), as amended. The House-passed bill would need to be reconciled with the Senate’s version of health reform legislation.

The AHCA would repeal virtually all of the ACA tax provisions, including the following. (Except as otherwise provided, the repeal would go into effect in 2017).

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