Understanding the IRS Offer in Compromise Program: A Path to Resolving Tax Debt
Master the IRS Offer in Compromise program: Settle tax debt, find relief, and achieve a fresh start.
Mastering the IRS Offer in Compromise Program: A Comprehensive Blog Series to Settle Your Tax Debt for Less
Struggling with tax debt? Our upcoming blog series on the IRS Offer in Compromise program is here to help. Stay tuned as we delve into eligibility, application process, negotiation tips, and more.
Understanding Your Options: Navigating the Different Types of IRS Payment Plans
If you owe money to the IRS they offer several options to resolve it. Check out here what are those options and what they mean to you.
Tax lien? What are your options?
The IRS and the states commonly file a lien on your property when you have a tax debt and you are not actively working on solving your tax situation.
Maximizing Your Tax Benefits with the iPhone: How to Use Your Smartphone for Tax Write-Offs
If prescribed by a doctor, your Iphone might qualify as a Medical Deduction in your Taxes!
Benefits of Having a Tax Professional
When you have tax issues and/or debts with the IRS and/or your state the options that you have to solve it depend a lot on your personal financial situation.
A Complete Guide to IRS Installment Agreements
The IRS offers several options when it comes to paying your tax debt. Understanding the best option for you and the one for which you qualify can be a difficult task. Let's review here 1 of them.
Five Most Common Taxation Challenges and the Simplest Solutions to Way Them Out
The U.S. Federal tax code contains over three million words about 6,000 pages, one cannot comprehend the complexity of the taxation system in American society.
Recession is Coming. 9 Tips to survive it.
During periods of recession, companies make fewer sales, and economic growth stalls or becomes nonexistent.
DOES MY TRIP QUALIFY AS A BUSINESS DEDUCTION?
Business travel expenses are all the costs associated with traveling for the purpose of conducting business-related activities.
Payments received on Venmo, CashApp and Zelle will be taxable as of January 2022
If you receive $600 or more payments in total for goods and services through a third-party payment network, such as Venmo, Cash App, or Zelle, these payments will now be reported to the IRS
What Can the IRS Do to Collect Back Taxes?
Opening the mailbox and finding a letter from the IRS is frightening, but what happens next can be even scarier.
Common Tax Relief Programs the IRS Offers
The old saying that nothing is certain in life except death and taxes has never been truer, or more frightening.
Avoiding Employment Penalties for Misclassification of Employees
More and more companies are turning to the gig economy. This system saves businesses the hassle of hiring full-time employees, but it also poses a great risk.
Four Ways Freelancers and Gig Workers Can Trim Their Tax Bills
It is hard to beat the freedom and flexibility of freelancing and gig work. When you work for yourself, you can set your own hours, turn your home into an office and even ditch the daily commute.
Tax Deductions You May Be Eligible for as a Freelancer
Tax season can be a stressful time, especially for freelancers who might owe taxes at the end of the year. It can be overwhelming to look at the tax debt you owe from the profits you have made.
Operation Hidden Treasure: Cryptocurrency And Your Taxes
Cryptocurrency has become an incredibly popular way to invest, but the tax side of this virtual coin can be difficult to navigate.
8 Ways to Get Ready for Tax Season and Avoid a Back Tax Problem
The holidays are here. Before you know it, you will be taking down the Christmas tree, pulling down the holiday lights, and getting ready for the tax season to come.