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  • Reasons The IRS Might Agree To Subordinate Its Tax Lien
    Reasons The IRS Might Agree To Subordinate Its Tax Lien

    As a debt collector, the Internal Revenue Service is not an entity that you should avoid or ignore. Taxpayers who owe money to the IRS may find themselves hit with a lien on their assets for unpaid ...

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  • Six Issues Caused By IRS Computers
    Six Issues Caused By IRS Computers

    The Internal Revenue Service has stated that it aims to eventually make the U.S. tax system a paperless operation as much as possible. Many roles that used to be carried out by people are now ...

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  • 10 Things To Stop Doing To Your IRS Offer In Compromise
    10 Things To Stop Doing To Your IRS Offer In Compromise

    If you owe more in unpaid taxes than you could ever realistically pay back, you may be able to qualify for an “offer in compromise” (OIC). However, many offers that are submitted to the IRS are ...

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  • Even Yard Sales Can Be Subject To Oklahoma’s Sales Tax
    Even Yard Sales Can Be Subject To Oklahoma’s Sales Tax

    Most people have a good innate barometer about when it’s appropriate to collect sales tax and when the state is likely to look the other way. If you run a sporting-goods store in the state of ...

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  • The IRS Can Use Your Bank And Employment Information To Impose A Levy
    The IRS Can Use Your Bank And Employment Information To Impose A Levy

    When you owe money in taxes, the IRS has many tools at its disposal to attempt to collect the delinquency. One such tool is to place a levy on your bank account or wages. But how does the IRS find the ...

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