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Innocent Spouse Relief

Innocent Spouse Relief A Tax Liability, owed to the IRS can be aggresively and efficently be collected from anyone who owes said Tax Liability. When this liability is owed by two persons, who in this case did so when filing their Joint Tax Return. Both of these individuals are liabile for their tax liability. It […]

What is Wage Garnishment?

What is Wage Garnishment?     A wage garnishment, put in laymans terms is the process in which one’s wages are required to be withehld by his/her employer for the payment of a debt. This wage garnishment  is a common practice done by the IRS to collect any unpaid taxes. This wage garnishment is usually […]

IRS has 1 Billion in Unclaimed Tax Refunds

              The IRS has over$1,000,000,000 in UNCLAIMED tax refunds. All of these tax refunds are waiting for tax payers who havent filed taxes in the past 3 years*. If YOU are one of the 1 million American Citizens who didnt file taxes and recieve their tax refund  in the […]

Tax Season Opens As Planned Following Extenders Legislation

WASHINGTON — Following the passage of the extenders legislation, the Internal Revenue Service stated today it anticipates opening the 2015 filing season as scheduled in January. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns electronically on Jan. 20. Paper tax returns will begin processing at the same time. The decision follows Congress renewing a number of […]

Tax-Free Transfers to Charity Renewed For IRA Owners 70½ or Older;

Rollovers This Month Can Still Count For 2014 WASHINGTON — certain owners of individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) have a restricted time to make tax-free transfers to eligible charities and have them count for tax-year 2014, the Internal Revenue Service said today. IRA owners age 70½ or older have until Wednesday, Dec. 31 to make a […]

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