The IRS may not contact as soon as you become delinquent on your taxes. The complexity of the IRS computer system and the enormous volumes they handle slow them down. By the time you do hear from the IRS, your tax debt will have increased.
Taxes have been with us for a very long time, not just here in the United States but all over the world. You can get overwhelmed by the amount of money deducted from your hard-earned pay. Many people opt to forego their tax liability in lieu of basic living . . .
Do you know your rights as a taxpayer? Not all of us know that we can stop the IRS from seizing our property, levying our bank accounts, and garnishing our wages. You need to have proper legal representation to handle any of these highly stressful situations.
Are you in need of a tax expert for your taxes? Do you have problems understanding your payments? If so, then you may need to hire a tax expert immediately. The deadline for filing taxes was just a month ago and the IRS is in full force waiting for non . . .
The Internal Revenue Service refers to an audit as a simple examination of your financial records. To you as a taxpayer, it is much more than that. Even if you have nothing to hide, it brings intimidation, fear and stress into your home and business. You want to do everything . . .
Knowledge of your rights as a taxpayer and the understanding our tax laws will give you peace of mind and wisdom. You do not have to be an expert, but you do need to know the basics. Most importantly, you need to know who you can turn to for help . . .
Primarily, the Internal Revenue Service believes taxpayers are motivated to honestly comply with the tax laws and filing requirements if there is a threat of a possible audit. In addition, the IRS audit may generate more tax revenue for the government.
Perhaps you have received a notice from the Internal Revenue Service informing you a Federal Tax Lien is about to be filed against your assets for unpaid taxes. If you made no attempt to resolve your unpaid tax debt within 30 days from the date of the notice, the tax . . .
You have filed your taxes on time and reported your income and expenses accurately. Why does the Internal Revenue Service want to audit your returns? There are several reasons you can be selected for an audit. Mostly it is a system of random checks and balances designed to keep taxpayers . . .