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Can you use Connecticut Tax Amnesty for business taxes?

Can you use Connecticut Tax Amnesty for business taxes?

CT Tax Amnesty: Can You Use It For Your Business? If your business has been tagged with an existing tax liability to the State of Connecticut, you have hopefully seen the notices of the newest CT Tax Amnesty Program. If you haven’t wanted to see the bills and have left the envelopes unopened, you may not yet know that this is an excellent opportunity for you to solve any back tax issues you may have with your business, as well […]

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Unpaid Connecticut sales and use taxes: A bigger threat to your freedom than an IRS bill

Unpaid Connecticut sales and use taxes: A bigger threat to your freedom than an IRS bill

Keep up with the CT Sales and Use Tax for Your Connecticut Business…or else As you may know, if you are a Connecticut business owner, you have many taxing authorities to report to, collect taxes for, and pay on a timely basis. The CT Sales and Use Tax is just one of them, and the reporting requirements can change, depending on the amount of tax liability you have. Excellent planning is required to stay on top of the whole process […]

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What to do if you can’t pay the Connecticut Tax Amnesty amount

What to do if you can’t pay the Connecticut Tax Amnesty amount

What to do if you can’t pay the Connecticut Tax Amnesty amount   The State of Connecticut has just rolled out their Tax Amnesty Program that we talked about in July. According to the website: This  program is intended to give taxpayers an opportunity to resolve their tax matters with great savings to them, and not have to worry about criminal charges.  (NOTE:  It is our experience that one has a much bigger risk of criminal prosecution by the Department […]

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Connecticut Tax Amnesty Program

Connecticut Tax Amnesty Program

What the 2013 Connecticut DRS Tax Amnesty is about To fight the budget crunch, the state of Connecticut is hoping that a state tax amnesty program will convince both businesses and individuals to come forward and pay the taxes they owe to the state government. Lawmakers expect that this Amnesty program will generate $40 million for the state. As an incentive, effective July 1, 2013, business and individuals have an opportunity to enter Connecticut Tax Amnesty and get a whopping […]

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IRS collections hit by budget cuts

Connecticut IRS collections update With our main offices located in Connecticut, and the bulk of our tax debt resolution work in the state, we have a fairly good pulse of what is happening in the local IRS Connecticut Collection offices.  This article will discuss what is going on, and what any taxpayer in a big tax problem should do about it, as most other states are facing similar circumstances.

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State tax negotiations

Why State Tax negotiations are different that dealing with the IRS Analysis & Commentary by David G. Parent, Esq. Early on in our tax resolution law practice we found that working with state taxing agencies was harder than working with the IRS. I recall our first foray with the  Georgia Department of Revenue. I submitted an offer in compromise that I know the IRS would have easily accepted. Georgia flat-out rejected it. Moreover, Georgia, instead of giving our elderly client […]

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DRS 30-day collection notice

What is the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services 30-day Collection Notice? We understand: If you owe taxes to the IRS or a state, you’ll get a lot of collection letters and notices. And typically what happens is people look at them, get scared, and throw them away. And nothing happens as a result of ignoring the letter.  So another letter comes. And that too, is thrown away. And again, nothing happens. Because most of these letters are not just warnings. […]

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NY/NJ/CT IRS Revenue Officers ‘pitching in’ around the country

BY ANTHONY E. PARENT Are you getting calls from strange Northeast revenue officers about your tax bill? As we blogged about earlier — IRS Revenue Officers in Hurricane Sandy designated disaster areas are forbidden from taking any ‘enforced collection actions’ until February 2013. That means no new levies or liens can’t be issued. So what are these Revenue Officers doing? Well you’ll be happy to learn that they aren’t sitting around playing chess, but rather, they are still hard a […]

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FEMA Shuts Down IRS Collections

Sandy stops tax enforcement We have just found out about this. There has been no press release and scant additional information. But it appears that FEMA has ordered that because of Hurricane Sandy, IRS collections (levies and liens) be shut down in affected areas. The IRS website says this: Affected taxpayers who are contacted by the IRS on a collection or examination matter should explain how the disaster impacts them so that the IRS can provide appropriate consideration to their […]

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Connecticut State Tax Changes

BY MICHELLE D. WYNN, ESQ Department of Revenue proposes mixed bag for Connecticut taxpayers I just received a host of proposals for the upcoming Connecticut Legislative Session proposed or endorsed by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS). Two of the proposals will impact our state tax resolution clientele who have issues with Sales & Use taxes and those who owe money to the state of Connecticut for back income taxes.

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