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Delinquent Returns: Can the IRS Come After Me if I Do Not File My Tax Return?

You might ask yourself, can the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) come after me if I do not file my tax return? The short answer to this question is YES!.

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How IRS Collection Works

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is tasked with collecting taxes for the United States government. Without the tax dollars, the government would not have the funds necessary to operate its many divisions and social services.

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Payroll Tax Deferral Could Lead to Further Trouble for Many Americans

As of September 1, the federal payroll tax deferral is officially in motion. The program allows for employees to benefit from temporary tax relief and receive larger paychecks by suspending the 6.2% income tax paid to Social Security.

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IRS Collection Notices: What Do They Mean?

In most cases, there are going to be four main notices provided to taxpayers by the IRS collections division. These notices are provided because the IRS is required to notify the taxpayer of the actions they are planning to take.

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How Non-Filers Can Get Back Into the Tax System? “Importance of Tax Compliance”

There are many reasons a person or business does not file tax returns and become non-filers. One reason could be ignorance of the fact that they need to file a tax return.

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What Are the Various Types of Offers-In-Compromise

The IRS offers three different types of Offers-in-Compromise (OIC). Trying to obtain an offer in compromise is not the best option for all tax situations.

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Installment Agreements – Which One Is Right for You?

We routinely represent taxpayers in IRS civil tax cases located in Memphis and Jackson Tennessee, North Mississippi, and West Memphis Arkansas. If you have an IRS tax debt that is too large for you to pay off, and you have too much income to qualify for an Offer in Compromise (OIC), then your best bet is to enter into an installment agreement.

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Can My Spouse and I File Separate Offers in Compromise?

We routinely represent taxpayers in IRS civil tax cases located in Memphis and Jackson Tennessee, North Mississippi, and West Memphis Arkansas. I have worked with several clients regarding this matter and thought it would be good to share some information regarding this topic.

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Is There a 10-Year Statute of Limitations on IRS Tax Debt?

We routinely represent taxpayers in IRS civil tax cases located in Memphis and Jackson Tennessee, North Mississippi, and West Memphis Arkansas. The answer is a resounding yes! With that said, there are some caveats you must know.

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Can I Sell My Home with A Federal Tax Lien?

We routinely represent taxpayers in IRS civil tax cases located in Memphis and Jackson Tennessee, North Mississippi, and West Memphis Arkansas. The answer is a resounding yes!

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