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Offer-in-Compromise

Offer-in-Compromise

What happens if it is Rejected? What happens if your IRS Offer-in-Compromise is rejected? Do not be surprised. The IRS agents assigned to the Offer-in-Compromise sections are geared to deny offers. If you do not have a lot of experience with the IRS Offer-in-Compromise program, this is quite...

What records do I need in an IRS Audit

What records do I need in an IRS Audit

What records do I need in an IRS Audit Taxpayers are required to maintain books and records When a taxpayer is audited by the IRS, the burden of proof falls on the taxpayer to support the information on his or her return. The United States Tax Court has ruled that the taxpayer must keep...

Tax Compliance Helps With IRS Tax Resolution

Tax Compliance Helps With IRS Tax Resolution

To resolve tax issues, it is necessary to be in “Tax Compliance.” The consequence for noncompliance means a taxpayer cannot have an Installment Agreement or do an Offer and Compromise Agreement. Also, the taxpayer opens his/herself to losing Tax Refunds, IRS “friendly” reminder notices, IRS Audits, penalties, interest, and Tax Levies.

IRS Penalty for Non-filing & Failure to Pay

IRS Penalty for Non-filing & Failure to Pay

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants taxpayers to file their tax returns on time and pay their tax bill. To incentivize taxpayers. the IRS has imposed penalties for noncompliance. Failure to File Penalty: The failure to file penalty is imposed when a taxpayer neglects to submit their tax...

Why use a Tax Resolution specialist to deal with the IRS

Why use a Tax Resolution specialist to deal with the IRS

Dealing with the IRS can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. From navigating complex tax codes to negotiating with intimidating agents, finding a resolution for your tax issues can seem like an insurmountable task. This is where a professional tax resolution specialist comes in. In this...