Missed the tax deadline and can’t pay what is due?  This can have disastrous consequences and must be taken care of quickly to avoid IRS tax debt.  It can quickly ruin your life for as long as you let it. These types of problems do not only happen to you so do not feel alone. Generally,…

Take care to start working on your taxes because the due date is near. There are many options for tax preparation including doing it on your own with tax preparation software. It is immensely important to be vigilant in preventing tax return mistakes and avoiding an IRS Red Flag. Far too many taxpayers rely on…

IRS tax audit trigggers

IRS tax audit triggers – IRS red flags With tax season underway, many taxpayers are starting to gear up in preparation of their tax returns. Some are starting early in hopes of a substantial tax refund. Many other taxpayers will procrastinate due to having to owe the federal government. One thing is for certain, all…

unfiled Tax returns Los Angeles Tax attorney

Unfiled tax returns. IRS consequences of filing late or never filing Taxpayers oftentimes think that if they cannot pay the tax debt owed, this excuses them from filing a tax return. This assumption will prove to be costly because if they are late filing their taxes or have unfiled tax returns, they may be liable…

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Spousal Tax Relief – Here is the typical scenario: Wife incurs tax debt prior to marriage and never pays it off. She then marries Husband years later. The IRS starts to collect upon her again. She and her husband start to wonder whether his bank accounts, assets and wages are at risk for levy and…

San Diego Tax Attorney

Receiving a tax notice that you owe the IRS can be quite disturbing. It is easy to get into the mindset of just ignoring it and hoping it will go away. Unfortunately, ignoring it will only make matters worse. The best thing you can do is try and resolve it, like most things in life….

  In order to qualify for an IRS settlement or IRS payment plan in certain cases the IRS not only looks at your income and assets, but also your “necessary” monthly living expenses. Of course they do because your income minus your living expenses equals your monthly cash flow. They want to know how much…

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