Category: IRS

Saturday, October 28, 2017

How to Get Your Offer in Compromise Application Approved in IRS?

Are you a struggling taxpayer who cannot afford to pay your entire debt? That’s not the end of the world, as you can negotiate with the IRS to apply for the offer in compromise program. But don’t expect the IRS to accept any settlement offer from just about any taxpayer. In fact, just like in the case with any...Read more
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Why was your tax refund delayed?

Everyone likes getting a big tax refund. If your are that lucky to get one but you are experiencing a delay, be patient. It should take about three weeks max but in some cases some factors may have contributed to the prolonged tardiness. If you don’t want to wait that long, you should inquire about what’s holding...Read more
Friday, July 7, 2017

IRS Criminal Investigations Can Be Bad News For Some

There is an interesting saying out there – “There are three people you do not mess with: the I, the R and the S!” Basically it means, do not try to cheat, steal or hide money from the government because you will get caught. It may not be right away, but the government has a knack for tracking down money that...Read more
Friday, June 9, 2017

Freelancers can also Take Tax Breaks

Although the  self-employed lifestyle may seem amazing at first, your tax preparation  burdens can increase over time. There is a long list of deductions you need to be familiar with in order to get the most out of your tax preparation experience. Some of these deductions aren’t that obvious and you may wanna ask...Read more
Friday, May 26, 2017

Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown Convicted of Tax Evasion & Fraud

Since 1993,  Corrine Brown was one of Florida’s most prominent lawmakers. But the Jacksonville Democrat has learned she is not above the law. Brown, 70-years-old, lost her re-election bid this past November, shortly after she was indicted on 22 charges of tax evasion, conspiracy to commit mail fraud along with...Read more
Friday, May 26, 2017

Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown Convicted of Tax Evasion & Fraud

Since 1993,  Corrine Brown was one of Florida’s most prominent lawmakers. But the Jacksonville Democrat has learned she is not above the law. Brown, 70-years-old, lost her re-election bid this past November, shortly after she was indicted on 22 charges of tax evasion, conspiracy to commit mail fraud along with...Read more