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IRS Notices and Letters

IRS notices or  Letters from the IRS, will explain the reason for the correspondence and provide instructions. Many of these IRS letters and IRS notices can be dealt with simply, without having to call or visit an IRS office.The IRS notice you receive covers a very specific issue about your account or tax return. Generally, the IRS will send a IRS notice if it believes you owe additional tax, are due a larger refund, if there is a question about your tax return or a need for additional information.

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IRS Notice

IRS Collection

The IRS Collection Process 
The IRS sends out millions of notices to taxpayers and third parties every year.
The subjects of the notices range from the transmittal of refunds, inquiries about items included on a return, demands for payment of back taxes to notifications of IRS collection actions.

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IRS Tax Debt

Dealing with IRS tax debts can be a stressful problem. The problem that many tax payers  face can be easily managed using the following steps.

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Unfiled tax returns

Unfiled Tax Returns

Unfiled tax returns

Unfiled tax returns are a serious offense in the eyes of the IRS, and can lead to mounting debt as back taxes and fines pile up. The IRS will not stop the IRS collections process until all unfiled tax returns have been filed, and you have paid back all money due. If you continue to fail to file your taxes, the IRS will place a levy on your wages. 

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Wage Garnishments

Wage garnishment is a judgment against you requiring your employer to legally withhold money from your wages for tax debt payment. This is an effective process used by the IRS to enforce taxpayer compliance. A garnishment can cost you 30% to 70% of your paycheck.

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Bank Levy

Bank Levy

An IRS bank levy is the legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax liability. The collection power of a bank levy is very serious and must not be confused with a lien which is used as security for a tax debt. A bank levy allows the IRS to actually take your financial and personal assets. The IRS can levy assets belonging to the taxpayer, known as a seizure, or it can levy assets from a third party such as a bank, a brokerage house, etc.
An IRS bank levy is one of the harshest collection mechanisms used by the IRS. This method of collection is used to forcefully take from a taxpayers bank account in order to satisfy outstanding IRS tax debt. Understand exactly how this bank levy works and what you can expect if you receive one.

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Tax Lien

Tax Lien

A Tax Lien is the first major step the IRS takes against individuals in order to collect back taxes. A Tax Lien gives the IRS a legal claim to your property as security or payment for your tax debt. It is used in order to protect the government’s interest in your assets.

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IRS Tax Penalties

Tax Penalties

IRS Tax penalties are generally defined as fines and interest the IRS may assess on taxpayers for committing errors, failing to file on time, failing to file appropriately or failing to pay for tax debts in full. There are a number of reasons why the IRS will assess penalties on taxpayers and the most common reasons are listed below.

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Payroll Taxes

Payroll Taxes

The IRS takes an extremely aggressive position on payroll taxes violations. Many small businesses get into cash flow problems for all kinds of reasons. How they handle these problems, especially when payroll taxes are involved, usually determines if they stay in business or not.

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IRS Tax Audit

IRS Tax Audit

An IRS Tax Audit can be one of the scariest situations a person or business can face. Often times the IRS has a distinct advantage because the average person doesn’t know enough tax law to defend him/herself against an audit.

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