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Tax anxiety, TAXIETY, comes in different forms of tax problems such as:

What is an IRS audit taxiety?

An IRS audit is a review or examination of an individual’s or organization’s tax return to ensure that the information is accurate and that the tax return is being filed in compliance with the tax laws. If the IRS finds errors or discrepancies in the tax return during the audit process, it may result in an adjustment to the tax liability and possibly additional taxes owed, penalties and interest. The IRS may conduct audits through various methods, including correspondence audits, in which the taxpayer is asked to provide additional documentation by mail, or field audits, in which an IRS agent visits the taxpayer’s place of business or home to review the tax return and related records in person. If you are selected for an IRS audit, it is important to cooperate with the process and provide the necessary documentation to support the information reported on your tax return.

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Types of IRS tax problems and how to resolve them

There are many types of IRS tax problems that individuals and businesses may encounter. Some common tax problems include:

Failing to file a tax return: If you fail to file a tax return (1040, 1120, 1065, 941, etc.), you may be subject to penalties and interest for failure to file and for any unpaid taxes.

Owing back taxes: If you owe back taxes, personal income tax, corporate income tax, or employment 941 payroll tax, the IRS may take enforcement action, such as placing a lien on your property or garnishing your wages and levying your bank accounts.

Incorrect tax returns: If you make mistakes on your tax return, you may owe additional taxes, penalties, and interest. Amending your tax returns could correct these errors.

Disputing a tax bill: If you disagree with a tax bill, you can file an appeal with the IRS.

Tax evasion: Tax evasion is the deliberate attempt to avoid paying taxes. It is a federal crime punishable by fines and imprisonment.

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If you own a property, a business, or are employed, you’ll likely have to pay taxes. According to the 16th Amendment in our Constitution, individuals are required to pay taxes from income sources. Taxes can be broken down into three categories: what you purchase, what you own, and what you earn. Some may wonder why we have to pay them and for what purpose. They contribute to resources such as our government, educational systems, law enforcement, libraries, and others. However, individuals who fail to pay taxes can suffer penalties and potential criminal charges.

There is a substantial amount of time you have to file your taxes, but the process can seem hefty. With the help of Los Angeles tax services firms, you can receive information on your tax return, the amount you owe, and various resources for tax preparation service. Furthermore, there are different kinds of tax advisors that serve a purpose to fit your needs. Our Los Angeles tax services can become an essential part of the taxing process.

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If you have not filed your tax returns, or if you owe unpaid back taxes, employment 941/940 payroll tax, or could possibly be audited, the IRS is raising the bar and hiring more revenue officers and revenue agents.

Our tax firm assists taxpayers in getting compliant, resolving their unpaid back tax matter and represent you at audit and exam conferences to present your case for the best possible tax debt relief outcome.

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For Los Angeles, and all over America, individuals or businesses who are concerned about the information they receive from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about their taxes, a tax account review – TAR may be the answer. For those who have complicated tax forms to fill out, a proper review by tax professionals may shed light on their current situation. In fact, many individuals have benefited in ways from a review that has helped them to pay less in taxes and keep more in their pocket.

What is a Tax Account Review or TAR, Discovery?

As the name implies, it is a review of the tax returns and other information of an individual or a business with the IRS and or the state. The goal is to provide a clear, comprehensive report about the taxpayer status with the IRS. This means a thorough review of previous tax returns, an overview of the income and expenses incurred by the taxpayer, and discovery of any new tax rules or regulations that may alter the taxes which are paid.

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Tax Problem Resolution Services

It all started with the Tea Party in Boston, when American colonists protested British taxes levied “without representation.” The IRS didn’t come into being until 1862, to handle our first national income tax, 3% of income, levied to fund the Civil War. That tax expired in 1872, but again in the early twentieth century, just before World War I, Congress passed the Sixteenth Amendment, which imposed income taxes again. They haven’t expired since.

In a 1935 Supreme Court decision, a judge ruled that, “Any one may so arrange his affairs that his taxes shall be as low as possible…There is no patriotic duty to increase one’s taxes.” Most Americans think that people who cheat on their taxes are morally reprehensible and not good citizens, but they try to reduce their own tax bills legally.

Today, federal, state and local taxes add up to nearly 25% of the US Gross National Product, so they’re pretty adamant that you pay up. You have to pay taxes on income, payroll, sales, capital gains, property you own, dividends, goods you import, estates and gifts, and some fees. Even non-resident citizens are taxed on worldwide income.

With all these taxes to pay, it’s no wonder that sometimes people fall behind.

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Looking to get your taxes and finances in order before the IRS comes knocking on your door? If so then rest assured that you are most definitely not alone. As we are now in tax season, taxpayers all across the country are starting to panic, dig out their receipts, and attempting to get their accounts in order as soon as possible. A select few however, are cool, calm, and collected. This is because those select few have made the wise decision to hire a professional tax expert (EA, CPA, attorney) to take care of their finances and accounts for them. When selecting a tax professional however, it’s important that you understand the choices available to you, and that you know the differences. Many people often confuse CPAs with tax attorneys and enrolled agents. While the three do share some similarities, in reality they are very different. To help show you what we mean, we’ll now look at the key differences between all three.

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While many people manage to file their IRS and state taxes on time, face no back-tax debt, and do not have to undergo tax audits, there are also those who face such consequences. Effective tax relief and resolution means having to settle with both the IRS and the state in which you file your income taxes. Unfortunately, many people do not fully understand the law and how it applies to them, meaning that effective tax relief programs and resolution may be difficult to achieve without the help of a professional tax representation firm, A+ BBB rated, that is near you and service your area.

What follows are three of the major types of IRS and state tax issues that many people face every year. By knowing what to do, you can minimize the penalties, so you can keep your income sound while paying off any tax debt.

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Tаx Lіеn – how to release and remove your lien

Obtaining Relief from Federal Tax Lien

A tax lіеn is a lеgаl сlаіm by a gоvеrnmеnt еntіtу against a nоnсоmрlіаnt taxpayer’s аѕѕеtѕ. Tax lіеnѕ are usually a lаѕt resort tо force аn іndіvіduаl оr buѕіnеѕѕ tо pay back taxes. Learn how to remove it here.

BREAKING DOWN ‘Tax Lien’ and how to remove it

The gоvеrnmеnt саn рlасе a tax lien on a рrореrtу if the property оwnеr іѕ nоt mаkіng his оr hеr рrореrtу tax рауmеntѕ оr оwеѕ оn іnсоmе taxes. In оthеr wоrdѕ, federal and state gоvеrnmеntѕ may рlасе tаx liens fоr unраіd іnсоmе tаxеѕ, whіlе lосаl gоvеrnmеntѕ mау рlасе tаx lіеnѕ fоr unраіd lосаl income tаxеѕ оr рrореrtу tаxеѕ. Thе lіеn dоеѕ nоt mеаn thаt thе аѕѕеt will bе ѕоld. Inѕtеаd, іt еnѕurеѕ thаt the tax authority gеtѕ fіrѕt tо сlаіm over оthеr creditors vуіng fоr thе іndіvіduаl’ѕ or buѕіnеѕѕ’ рrореrtу. After a lіеn hаѕ been filed, it wіll show uр on thе offender’s сrеdіt report, nеgаtіvеlу impacting аn іndіvіduаl’ѕ сrеdіt ѕсоrе and mаkіng іt dіffісult fоr hіm оr her tо secure аddіtіоnаl lоаnѕ. Alѕо, a tаx lіеn prevents the tаxрауеr frоm ѕеllіng оr rеfіnаnсіng the assets tо whісh liens hаvе bееn аttасhеd. Thе lіеn rеmаіnѕ іn рlасе untіl the tax lіаbіlіtу is paid оff оr the ѕtаtutе оf limitations оn the dеbt еxріrеѕ.

Remove, withdraw, release your lien. Get a free case evaluation today 877-788-2937.

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