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20 October, 2015
IRS Software saves tax professionals time and hassle when dealing with the IRS. Offer in compromise forms are complicated and require specific knowledge to fill them out properly. And even if you fill them out correctly, you may find you need to start over and file a different 433 series form....
13 October, 2015
If your client owes money and can’t full pay the tax when filing their tax return, consider a streamlined installment agreement. The IRS has relaxed the installment agreement process over the last few years. If a client owes less than $50,000 in tax they may qualify for the streamlined IA....
29 September, 2015
The IRS offer in compromise program has been revised over the past year. It was revamped when the IRS announced the Fresh Start initiative in 2011. Since then the forms have been changed a couple of times. Thanks to professionals that advocate for tax payers and tax resolution issues, we have...
22 September, 2015
Q. What is the difference between a tax lien and a tax levy? How do I explain lien vs levy to a client? A. Taxpayers often get confused when talking about a tax lien vs levy. They are both used as part of the collection process when taxpayers owe money to the IRS or other tax agencies. A federal...
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