IRS CP2000 notice

IRS CP2000 Notice – what should I do if I receive one? The IRS CP2000 notice means that the income and/or payment information the IRS has on file for you does not match the information you reported in your tax return.  It is just a proposed adjustment for either an underpayment or over payment and…

tax compliance

Tax Compliance – how to get in tax compliance with the IRS. Looking to resolve your tax debt with the IRS?  Unaware of all of the steps involved?  The first step is always tax compliance.  You must be fully compliant in order for the IRS to consider certain tax resolutions. So, what exactly does compliance…

IRS Tax resolution vs Bankruptcy?  Which one is better. This is a common question.  Should I hire a tax attorney to resolve my IRS tax debts, or should I find a bankruptcy attorney to file for bankruptcy?  It is best to talk to both to get their opinions and do some research on your own….

IRS tax preparations

5 Things a Tax Attorney Would Do Right Now for the Best Tax Year – TAX PREPARATIONS 2017 Tax season is finally over (unless you have an extension) and you can relax with a sigh of relief.  This is a good time to reflect back and change some things in order to make next year’s…

IRS Tax filing deadlines

Late tax filing? Not able to pay what you owe? 3 things you can do to avoid or reduce IRS tax problems and IRS tax debt. Not filing your tax return on time and/or ignoring what is due can have potentially dire consequences.   It is a problem you must take care of quickly or it…

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Unpaid employment taxes? 5 tips of what to expect from the IRS Unpaid employment taxes are a big “No No” in the eyes of the IRS.  Owing these types of taxes results in heavy IRS collection activity and generally assignment to a local revenue officer.  Revenue officers have a great deal of power and are…

IRS currently not collectible status

Can’t pay your IRS tax debt? Currently Not Collectible Status May Be an Option Are you falling behind on filing tax returns, paying taxes, or both? The IRS may give you a break if you are found to be experiencing extreme financial hardship.  They may place certain delinquent tax cases in a “currently-not-collectible” (“CNC”) status,…

Delia Law San Diego Tax lawyer

Top 5 Tax Return Mistakes – avoid an IRS RED FLAG! Tax time is here and tax preparation software has never been so popular.  It is certainly a way of preventing tax return mistakes.   However, do not get lulled into a false sense of security.  One data error could end up costing you a lot…

selected for tax audit

What can Trigger an IRS Tax audit? With the year coming to a close, many are starting to think about the upcoming tax season. Some just think about a fat refund coming their way, but others strategize and worry about how to avoid triggering an IRS audit. In actuality, a very small number of tax…

2016 IRS Tax filing deadlines 2016 IRS tax  filing season is expected to run much smoother than previous years.  The IRS has made some due date changes for business tax returns that are expected to ease up burdens on tax preparers and make returns due in a more logical order.  Below are the most important 2017…

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