• FAQ
    • What Information Is Contained On A Summary Of Taxpayer Contact Form?

      If you owe money to the IRS, or if the IRS suspects that you do, you may receive Form 9297, a Summary of Contact letter. This form is used to inform you of various pieces of information that you must ...

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    • What Happens If My Spouse Filed A Joint Tax Return Without My Consent?

      In the vast majority of cases of jointly filed tax returns, both marital partners are on board with the information contained in the return and the fact that it is being filed. In some cases, however, ...

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    • How Much Of My Paycheck Can The IRS Take?

      Tables for figuring the amount exempt from an IRS levy (like garnishment) on wages, salary and other income are located in Publication 1494 at www.irs.gov . Simply put, the amount of money exempt from ...

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    • Why Being Proactive in Business is Important

      The end of the year is a very busy time for all businesses. While most businesses are spending time focusing on the busy holiday season or completing year-end transactions, they also need to start ...

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    • What Information Is Contained On A Summary Of Taxpayer Contact Form?

      If you owe money to the IRS, or if the IRS suspects that you do, you may receive Form 9297, a Summary of Contact letter. This form is used to inform you of various pieces of information that you must ...

      Read More
    • How Much Of My Paycheck Can The IRS Take?

      Tables for figuring the amount exempt from an IRS levy (like garnishment) on wages, salary and other income are located in Publication 1494 at www.irs.gov . Simply put, the amount of money exempt from ...

      Read More
    • Here Are The Offenses For Which The IRS Can Put You In Jail

      When an Oklahoma taxpayer receives a notice from the IRS that he owes $10,000 or $20,000 in back taxes, he may be tempted to crumple up the letter and say, “What are they going to do, put me in jail?” ...

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    • If Your Tax Check Bounces, The IRS Will Assess You A Penalty

      People bounce checks all the time, for various reasons: the payment you deposited into your account didn't clear on time; your spouse wrote a check at the same time you did, drawing on the same pool ...

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    • Seven Tips For Drafting A Letter To The IRS Requesting Penalty Abatement

      As citizens of the United States, we all know that our taxes are due each year. Most of us make our best effort to file our taxes on time and pay the taxes that we owe. Unfortunately, life sometimes ...

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    • Pete Rose Batting Poorly With IRS

      Pete Rose made Time Magazine’s list of “Top 10 Tax Dodgers” before his latest problems with the IRS were announced. In 1990, Pete Rose spent five months in jail after pleading guilty to federal tax ...

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    • 5 Payroll Tax Mistakes

      Payroll taxes are the most difficult types of IRS tax debts to negotiate successfully. We answer some of the 5 most common payroll tax mistakes that business owners choose to make. Read our November ...

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    • Debunking Five IRS and Tax Filing Myths

      Dealing with the IRS can be complex, confusing and downright scary. Misinformation runs rampant, making it hard to discern between IRS fact and fiction. Read our October newsletter here.

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    • The Day The IRS Caught Up With Redd Foxx

      The day the IRS caught up with Redd Foxx· Those of us who are old enough to remember will never forget this scene· November 28, 1989, the TV news broadcasts footage of Redd Foxx, the 67-year old ...

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    • Learn How To Survive IRS Problems!

      Everything may be spinning out of control and you may not know how to stop it. What began as an innocent mistake or a difficult financial decision when money was tight has now become a huge liability, ...

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    • Congress Eyes Ex-Patriot Exit Tax Because Facebook Co-Founder "De-Friends" U.S. To Likely Avoid Capital Gains Tax

      Senator Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. and Senator Bob Casey, D-Pa. have proposed a 30% exit tax for any United States Citizen who denounces citizenship likely to avoid taxes. The proposal is aimed at Facebook ...

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