Submitted by robert on Mon, 12/19/2011 - 23:01
It is approaching that time when you must ask yourself this question: Do I want to prepare my own tax return this year? I readily confess that, as an enrolled agent, I have a vested interest in tax preparation, but the question still remains. This column may help you make an informed decision regarding next year's filing.
Submitted by robert on Tue, 12/13/2011 - 22:43
a tax concern like IRS back taxes, taxpayers have a lot of possibilities this kind of as coping with the concern on their personal, functioning with a CPA or maintaining an IRS tax Lawyer knowledgeable in the tax matter currently being tackled. As a outcome of particulars and important impact linked with revenue tax regulation, employing a CPA or an IRS tax Lawyer might possibly be effective towards the taxpayer.
Submitted by robert on Fri, 12/09/2011 - 23:48
Last year, the IRS issued $358 billion in tax refunds. And of those refunds, $116 billion in checks were issued to 45 million taxpayers. In addition, of those checks, about $153 million, issued to a little over 99,000 taxpayers, were returned to the IRS. The main reason is quite simple — the IRS has the wrong address on file. Among those 99,000 taxpayers with incorrect addresses on file with the IRS, 2,080 are from Texas and they are owed over $2 million by the IRS.
Submitted by robert on Mon, 12/05/2011 - 22:51
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) charges various interest amounts and penalties to taxpayers related to the filing of federal income tax returns or the payment of taxes.
Submitted by robert on Thu, 12/01/2011 - 22:07
Of all of the methods the IRS can employ to collect on back tax debt none are worse than the Wage Levy. Also called wage garnishment, an IRS wage levy is when the Internal Revenue Service forcibly takes or “levies” up to 85% of your wages prior to writing your paycheck. Many people have a hard enough time making ends meet with their full check and will find it impossible to get by with most of the check gone.
Submitted by robert on Mon, 11/28/2011 - 23:24
It’s unfortunate but actual, that many people do not even believe consulting a tax lawyer until they open their mailboxes in the future and there is that dreaded letter from the IRS. A tax attorney is an attorney that makes a specialty of all spaces of taxes. The tax legal professional.
Submitted by robert on Tue, 11/22/2011 - 01:07
The income tax laws are essentially the same across the country. If you have been struggling with the IRS problems in any state there are two ways you can deal with it; either by yourself or by getting professional help in the form of a tax law firm or even a private tax lawyer. Here are a few points to consider when you get a letter from the tax audit department in any State Never volunteer more information than necessary when dealing with the IRS
Submitted by robert on Tue, 11/15/2011 - 23:42
1.) Choose your Charity. Organizations that qualify for charitable deductions include churches, schools, hospitals, and other groups that are tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions made to specific individuals or political candidates and associations cannot be deducted. If you’re not sure whether or not the organization is qualified, call the IRS at 1-877-829-5500.
Submitted by robert on Sun, 11/13/2011 - 01:59
U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett sentenced a Laurel man to more than four years in federal prison for several tax evasion charges on Thursday. Charles Irby, 46, of Laurel will serve 54 months in federal prison for six tax evasion-related convictions. He was ordered to pay $1.06 million in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service and a $15,000 fine in addition to serving eight years of post-supervision release.
Submitted by robert on Sun, 11/13/2011 - 01:34
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