IRS Targets Crypto Investors

IRS Targets Crypto Investors Naturally, as with any income, crypto transactions have become a keen target for the IRS tax collectors.  Taxpayers have reported receiving a series of IRS “warning letters” going out to people who the agency believes have misreported their income from these exch...

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How to Deal with IRS Back Taxes

When tax season is in full swing, chances are you are either a person anxiously awaiting a refund or you are among those in the population who owe the IRS.  The worse of the two is when you actually think you have paid enough into the IRS throughout the year, only to find out that in actuality, you...

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Dealing with IRS Revenue Officers

How to Deal with IRS Revenue Officers If you owe back taxes to the IRS, your tax case may be assigned to an IRS Revenue Officer (RO).  Unlike IRS revenue agents who typically examine tax returns to determine if the correct tax liability was reported, IRS revenue officer are tasked with the collec...

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What’s the Difference Between a Lien and a Levy?

The IRS has many ways to collect back taxes. Two of the most common tax collection methods are Federal tax liens and tax levies. The difference is a tax lien does not result in the IRS taking your property, which a levy does. You have the right to defend against the filing of a lien, as well as prev...

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IRS Offers in Compromise: What You Need to Know

It may seem that there are few ways to settle your debts. Sometimes… not enough. However, it is not about using all your options, but about using the best one. It could be possible to negotiate your debts for a large discount. This can be done with an Offer in Compromise, also known as an ‘OIC...

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Streamlined Offer in Compromise Program

There are millions of taxpayers who file annual tax returns every year with the IRS.  Some of these individuals receive a refund, while a good many of the others find themselves owing money to the United States government.  Among those that owe, there will always be a percentage that will be unabl...

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