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Category: Blog Archive

Navigating The Confusion: Understanding The Statute Of Limitations For IRS Audits

Deciphering the complex rules and procedures of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can often feel like navigating a complex maze. One concept that frequently causes confusion is the IRS statute of limitations, a time limit within which the IRS can assess additional taxes or initiate legal proceedings.   Interpreting the IRS Statute of Limitations  

Know the Difference Between Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion

Grasping the distinction between tax fraud vs. tax evasion is key, particularly when delving into the labyrinth of tax laws. Both are serious offenses, and while they are often used interchangeably, each carries its unique definitions and implications in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Both involve fraudulent activities, but they differ in

How Far Back Can The IRS Audit Your Tax Returns

One common concern that taxpayers have when it comes to tax laws is the question: “how far back can IRS audit” your tax returns? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the authority to inspect your tax filings to ensure they are accurate and all taxes owed have been paid. However, this power is not limitless.

IRS Notice CP2000 – Understanding What It Is & What You Can Do

An IRS CP2000 is issued when the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) finds a potential discrepancy between their filed tax return and taxpayer information reported to the IRS. The CP2000 is a notice, not a bill. It proposes an update or alteration to your income, credits, payments, or deductions from your reported income tax return. This

Experiencing a Bank Levy? FAQ & What You Can Do

A bank levy occurs when the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) seizes funds from your bank account to cover back taxes or other unpaid debts. Levies can be placed on other assets as well, but they are known as bank levies when they impact your bank accounts. When the IRS levies your bank account, this is

Can You Negotiate Back Taxes & Tax Debt?

Many taxpayers are unaware of the numerous options they have for paying IRS back taxes and tax debt and allow the issues to worsen. You can negotiate back taxes and tax debt with the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) if you can only pay a portion of the taxes or none at all. However, you must

Payment Arrangements with the IRS in Los Angeles

Payment Arrangements with the IRS in Los Angeles

Looking into making payment arrangements with the IRS in Los Angeles? Should you call a federal tax attorney in Los Angeles for your IRS tax problems?  Navigating this long tax season can be an ordeal for many, and discovering you owe a sizable amount to the IRS only intensifies the stress. What happens when you can’t settle

What to do when tax preparer messes up

What to Do When Your Tax Preparer Messes Up Your Taxes

Facing IRS Tax debt or an IRS tax audit due to errors made by your tax preparer? Here’s a comprehensive guide on steps to take to protect yourself when your tax preparer messes up your taxes and you face IRS tax debt or an IRS tax audit. Filing taxes is critical to IRS tax compliance,

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IRS Payment Plans for Companies and Businesses

Business owners who cannot pay their tax debt immediately upon request may be able to set up a payment plan through the IRS. An IRS payment plan allows taxpayers to pay their tax debt via regular monthly payments. The amount your business pays is based on how much your business owes and how much time

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Payroll Tax Late Penalties

As a business owner it’s crucial to withhold payroll taxes from your employee’s wages. It is equally important to also include social security, Medicare, and federal income taxes. If you are late in depositing payroll taxes, you could face severe penalties from the IRS. The IRS is known for being very aggressive in collecting tax

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