While most everyone is hopeful when submitting an Offer In Compromise (OIC) to settle a tax debt that it will be accepted as is, that’s not always the case. The IRS will often counter with a request to adjust the amount for which they are willing to settle. Other times, they may completely reject the…

What if you haven’t received your W-2 or 1099 or you have an incorrect W-2 or 1099?  You’ve been strategizing all year and compiling all of your tax forms since January.  You waited for most of February for that one missing document…your W-2 or 1099 from your company.  Shouldn’t I have it by now, you…

Getting an acceptance of your IRS offer in compromise can be quite challenging.  With careful planning and proper preparation however, you can greatly increase your chances of acceptance of your IRS tax settlement. It is best to hire a tax attorney to get the job done.  Only an experienced tax attorney, knowledgeable of the tax…

Receive an IRS Tax notice?  Taking action with IRS Back Taxes Receiving a tax notice that you owe the IRS can be quite disturbing. It is easy to get into the mindset of just ignoring it and hoping it will go away. Unfortunately, ignoring it will only make matters worse. The best thing you can…

  In order to qualify for an IRS settlement or IRS payment plan in certain cases the IRS not only looks at your income and assets, but also your “necessary” monthly living expenses. Of course they do because your income minus your living expenses equals your monthly cash flow. They want to know how much…

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