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Missed the Tax Deadline? Here’s Your Next Step

Missed the Tax Deadline Here's Your Next Step

If you were unable to file your taxes or settle your due payment with the IRS by April 15, the first action to take is to apply for an automatic extension of six months by submitting Form 4868, ideally before…

US IRS aims to collect on 125,000 unfiled high-income tax returns

US IRS aims to collect on 125,000 unfiled high-income tax returns

US IRS aims to collect on 125,000 unfiled high-income tax returns Click here to view original article By: David Lawder WASHINGTON, Feb 29 (Reuters) – The Internal Revenue Service said on Thursday it will crack down on high-income earners who…

Discharging Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

Discharging Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

While it is true that most tax debt cannot be eliminated by filing for bankruptcy protection, under some circumstances outstanding tax liabilities can get discharged when you or your business become insolvent.  It is worthwhile to understand when, how and…

The Federal Tax Levy: A Harbinger of Exaction

Segal Cohen & Landis The Federal Tax Levy

The Internal Revenue Service has sweeping powers in the form of the federal tax levy to collect when you don’t pay your taxes. It can take a significant portion of your paycheck, freeze the seize the funds in your bank…

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Back Taxes Due

No one likes to pay taxes, but it is our responsibility as American citizens to know and abide by all established tax laws, regardless of whether they are state, local, or federal. If this process is completed properly, one can…

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