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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.
A taxpayer who is experiencing financial hardship and is struggling to pay for basic living expenses, qualifies for Currently Not Collectible status. In other words, when a taxpayer has no available equity in assets and his or her income is not sufficient to cover their IRS allowable expenses, th...
Dont worry! All is not lost! You can request unmasked income transcripts from the IRS either by phone or going online and using  Get Transcript tool on the IRS website. The income transcripts shows  data from information returns that is received by the IRS such as Forms W-2, 1099, K1,1098, studen...
We know the story: things are tight financially, so you either (1) do not file the tax return, or (2) file the return but don’t pay the balance due. But do not worry, you tell yourself, next year will be better. Now it is 2-3 years later and a letter arrives from the IRS, and the threats start, a...
An Offer-in-Compromise is an agreement where the IRS agrees to accept less than the total amount owed to it and the taxpayer agrees to pay the amount negotiated, as well as maintain his or her tax compliance for 5 years following the acceptance of the Offer-in-Compromise (“Offer”).The basis for a...
Have been trying to handle IRS problem on your own and not getting anywhere? We take on cases where taxpayer have given up and accepted IRS's answers or got no answer at all.When a case comes to us, we check to see if it qualifies for Taxpayer Advocate services. TAS is an independent organization...
Revisit the amount of money you owe on your installment agreement with the IRS!  The IRS has recently released new payment guidelines that may provide you the opportunity to lower your payment, settle you debt for less than the full amount owed, or make it so you do not have to repay your debt at...
High income taxpayers are those who received income in excess of $100,000 during a tax year. In February of 2020, IRS announced that it was stepping up efforts to visit high-income taxpayers who have failed to file one or several years of their tax returns.Paul Mano, Director of Collection Operat...
People sometimes fall off track with their tax filings because of life circumstances such as health problems, passing away of loved ones or financial hardship. The IRS doesn't penalize people for late filings if there is reasonable cause for non-compliance.However some people frequently don't fil...
I see this often - taxpayer's dont file their tax return because their income was below the filing requirement. What they dont realize is that, if there were taxes paid such as withholdings, they are eligible for a refund of those taxes. In addition they maybe eligible for other tax benefits such...

Vani Murthy, CPA

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