What is an IRS Claim for Refund?

An IRS claim for refund is, in most cases, a form you file when you ask for money back that you overpaid to the IRS. The critical thing: A claim for refund is time-sensitive — essentially 3 years from the original due date of the return or 2 years from the date of payment. If … Read more

Tax Debt and Bankruptcy

Personal income tax det can be discharged or eliminated, in some cases, by filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. There are many special rules that need to be followed and bankruptcy can not be used in cases of:

1. employment trust fund taxes,
2. or any time the IRS find out fraud or “tax-protesting” is involved.

What to do after you’ve been had: Tax Resolution Scam companies

The Federal Trade Commission has issued several warnings on the tax resolution indusry. The long-ago bigplayers, JK Harris, Roni Deutch, Taxmasters and Americna Tax Relief however, were'nt driven out by government regulations, (Although Taxmasters was sued by the Texas Attorney General) but rather beause their reuptations grew som poor, the money they needed to support … Read more

Non-Collectible Status

What to do if you can’t pay.

It sounds so simple:  just call the IRS, explain your financial circumstances, and they’ll qualify you for ‘non collectible’ status.  If you are deemed to be ‘non – collectible’, the IRS must immediately stop all levies and garnishments.  But what if you say the …

The Benefits of filing an Offer in Compromise

IRS Offer in Compromise are a real thing and really help people. With our 15 years of experience, we’ve developed a system that works. Read on to learn more about the benefits of filing an Offer in Compromise to get rid of a lingering tax debt that just doens’t seem to go way.

General procedures to lower tax assessments

Amending returns can lower an IRS Subsititute filed return. If you has an audit that went poorly, you might be eligible for audit reconsidetion. An offer in compromise doubt as to liability is made when there is a dispute as to whether or not you are really liable. These are actually quite rare as usually … Read more