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Tax relief companies and attorneys can help you reduce the amount of tax you pay as an individual or a business.

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If you prefer not to use a credit card to access the funds you need, learn how 401(k)hardship withdrawal could be a viable option.
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In most instances, the IRS goes back three years for audits. But there are circumstances that could warrant a longer statute of limitations.
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Are you dealing with tax-related challenges? Read on to learn more about enrolled agents and how to decide if hiring one is a smart move.
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If you’ve fallen behind on sales tax payments, you could be subject to steep penalties. But there are options to help resolve your balances.
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Most IRS tax debt expires after 10 years. However, there are exceptions to the rule, which you’ll learn more about in this guide.
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The IRS offers remedies to deal with back taxes. Hire an expert to get tax debt assistance and the relief you need and deserve.
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If you deferred self-employment tax and aren’t quite sure if you’ll meet the repayment deadline, here’s what you can do.
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Wage garnishment can have serious consequences for your finances. Consider consulting with a reputable tax professional to have it stopped.
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If you miss the corporate tax filing deadline, you could be subject to penalties unless you request an extension with the IRS.
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If you’re experiencing cash flow problems and can’t pay your business taxes, there are options to avoid added interest and penalties.
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This guide provides guidance if your company elected to defer payroll taxes under the CARES Act and may not be able to repay what’s owed.
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If your payroll tax payments are late, you’ll incur penalties. We'll discuss how payroll taxes are calculated and how to avoid paying late.
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If you are considering tax resolution services, learn more about how tax relief companies work and their services to distressed taxpayers.
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If you are wondering if you can file taxes after the deadline is past, learn about the options available to avoid late filing penalties.
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Are you thinking about filing bankruptcy to eliminate unpaid tax debt? Learn if it will clear your tax debt or you will need to repay it.
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Learn more about what happens if you forgot to file your taxes and what actions to take to remedy the issue and resolve your back taxes.
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If have received a Tax Topic 151 Letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), here’s what that means and what to do next.
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In this guide, we’ll discuss Tax Topic 152, what it means for your refund and other reasons your refund could be delayed. 
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Learn what triggers IRS audits, what to look for in an IRS audit letter, how to respond and where to turn for professional help if needed
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Learn how tax levy is triggered, how to prevent it and where to go for professional tax help if you’re facing a tax levy from the IRS
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Learn what CP3219A notice is about and what you should do about it, including getting professional tax relief help if needed
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Discover how back taxes could affect your ability to purchase a home and see which loan programs you should consider if you owe the IRS
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All data provided by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, at cfpb.gov updated Dec, 19
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Read to learn more about what tax lawyers do, how they differ from CPAs and how to decide if you should hire one to work on your behalf.
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Learn more about Notice of Intent to Offset and how they work, along with ways to handle them and where to look for professional tax help
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In this guide, you’ll learn what happens if you don’t pay your taxes, along with some feasible options to make payments over time. 
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Learn about payment plans, also known as installment agreements, how they work and how to request an arrangement with the IRS on form 9465.
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Learn about Form 1099-C: Cancellation of Debt, what it means and how to get professional help with the form and other tax-related matters.
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Consider this five tax write-offs gathering your documentation for this tax year as an independent contractor.
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Learn how Offers in Compromise work, the application process and where to get professional help if needed.
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All data provided by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, at cfpb.gov updated Dec, 19
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Learn about the IRS statute of limitations, how long the IRS has to collect federal income tax and what to do if you can't pay your taxes.
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Read about tax settlement services that can help with Offers in Compromise and other forms of relief to help you resolve back taxes.
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Does your business have employees? You could face penalties if you fail to file W2 forms or send statements to employees by the deadline.
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Although the IRS does not have a debt forgiveness program, review other viable options for tax relief to pay off your outstanding taxes.
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Read about the differences between tax fraud vs. tax evasion, the penalties for each, and tax avoidance, a legal way to reduce your tax bill.
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You could be subject to backup withholding if you receive 1099 or W-2G income. Learn how it works and ways to stop or prevent it.
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An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is offered by the IRS and can help you resolve unpaid tax debt. Here’s how to get your settlement offer approved.
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If you’re audited by the IRS, don’t panic. Here’s what it means, why your return may have been flagged and how to get professional help.
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Consider working with a tax relief firm to find a resolution if you’re in trouble with the IRS over past unfiled tax returns.
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Did you get a Notice of Intent to Levy from the IRS in the mail? Here’s what it means and how to move forward to resolve your tax debts.
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All data provided by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, at cfpb.gov updated Dec, 19
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Find our if the IRS collection action taken against you is covered under CAP program and how to get professional tax help if you need it. 
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