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No matter how stressful and intimidating your tax problem maybe, the GOOD NEWS is, there are Tax Relief options available to you. Don’t live in fear of the IRS! Begin the process today of solving your tax problems – once and for all.
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If someone is struggling financially and paying the IRS would cause them significant hardship, they may be able to temporarily delay the collection process by applying for currently not collectible status. When the IRS accepts their request, it will stop all collection activity until the taxpayer...
12/13/2020
There are a couple of things taxpayers need to know. In order to negotiate a tax debt with the IRS, a taxpayer needs to be in compliance. That is all legally required tax returns must be filed and taxpayer must be up to date with the current year tax payments. That means taxes must be properly wi...
12/11/2020
I was interviewed on December 8, 2020 by Networking Arizona  Radio Show host Carol Blonder on KFNX 1100AM. I had a great time sharing my insights on how we, at Tax Relief Central, can help taxpayers reduce their  IRS debt  and help protect Taxpayer rights! Have a listen to this!https://spaces.hig...
12/10/2020
Early this year the IRS announced the People First Initiative to provide relief to taxpayers impacted by the pandemic and are struggling to pay their tax debt. If you or someone you know has an IRS tax problem now is a good time to get your tax debt settled under the People First Initiative.  Her...
12/10/2020
Each and every taxpayer has a set of fundamental rights they should be aware of when dealing with the IRS. One of those rights is the right to retain an authorized representative of their choice to represent them in their dealings with the IRS.  There are only three types of professionals that ca...
12/09/2020
No because there are ways to negotiate with the IRS to reduce the tax debt, penalties and interest.  For example, when a case comes to us, our first step is investigation. We can get into the IRS files and find out what they have on a taxpayer.  We review the tax returns that have been filed to s...
12/09/2020
A Hoover, Alabama, salesman was sentenced to 24 months in prison on October 28, 2020 for tax evasion.According to court documents and statements made in court, Ivan Scott "Scott" Butler was an automobile industry consultant and sold automobile warranties as an independent salesman. In 1993, Butle...
12/03/2020
In the latest IRS executive column "A Closer Look", Eric Hylton, Commissioner, Small Business Self-Employed explained that taxpayers who exercise their best efforts to file their tax returns and pay their taxes, or enter into agreements to pay their taxes, deserve to know that the IRS is pursuing...
12/03/2020
On November 25, 2020 the Internal Revenue Service reminded taxpayers of a special new provision that will allow more people to easily deduct up to $300 in donations to qualifying charities this year.Following special tax law changes made earlier this year under the CARES ACT, cash donations of up...
11/27/2020
The owner of souvenir and T-shirt stores in Minnesota was charged with tax evasion, failure to file a tax return, and failure to account for and pay employment tax. According to court records, Shimon Shaked, 56, did not report the revenue and income he earned from his stores on his tax returns fr...
11/25/2020
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