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IRS Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier

IRS Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier

What’s the deal with the IRS Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier? Have you tried out the IRS Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier?  Well, we have. In fact, Tax Attorney Anthony E. Parent decided to input numbers from a recently accepted IRS Offer in Compromise with the exact numbers as originally submitted with the client’s IRS Form 656. And the results? Surprising. But not for the reason you probably think. In fact, the Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier calculations told the client he only […]

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Where is IRS Form 656?

Where is IRS Form 656?

Where is IRS Form 656? If you are looking to submit an Offer in Compromise to settle your back IRS debt, and search for IRS Form 656 “Offer in Compromise” on irs.gov, and click on the suggested link, you will be directed to a 404 error. So where can you find IRS Form 656 so that you can submit an Offer in Compromise? In this video, Anthony E. Parent shows exactly where to find the newly hidden (and updated for […]

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Obamacare Tax Penalties

Obamacare Tax Penalties

Phased & Confused: What are the ObamaCare Tax Penalties? Over the last several months, a lot has been said about the state of healthcare in this country. Let’s be honest, very little of it has been positive. Words like: “broken,” “unstable,” and “confusing on a good day” come immediately to mind. Did we mention that this describes a supposed “affordable” solution? As the 2014 tax season looms, it is eclipsed by an even bigger shadow. This is the first year […]

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Free IRS Tax Problem Help

Free IRS Tax Problem Help

Free IRS Tax Problem Help With apologies to our followers, we haven’t been able to blog in a few weeks. Why? Well first of all, with the IRS back in action, there is a lot of pressure for them to clean their backlogs. OVDI cases and tax resolution matters that haven’t seen action are finally seeing some attention.   The other reason is, we have been working hard on an entirely new project: The IRSMedic Lifeline.TM    What is the […]

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How federal employees are treated by the IRS

How federal employees are treated by the IRS

Ever wonder How Federal  employees with tax problems are treated by the IRS? Sudden mandatory  vacations aside, a member of the general public may think that being a federal employee is like having a express ticket on the gravy train —  to the land of more gravy.  We can’t say for sure about how sweet or bitter the ride may be, but one thing we do know is that federal employees  — and federal retirees —  aren’t given a lot […]

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Using bankruptcy to get help with your tax debt

Using bankruptcy to get help with your tax debt

How To Get Tax Help Using Bankruptcy What is the purpose of bankruptcy—and how can you get tax help with it? The reason to do a bankruptcy is to have a debt legally forgiven or reorganized so that payment becomes manageable. In certain cases, depending on the circumstances, it is possible for individuals to get tax help by having their tax debts from both state and federal income taxes addressed and discharged in a bankruptcy proceeding. If you succeed in […]

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Haven’t filed taxes?

Haven’t filed taxes?

Haven’t Filed Taxes? Why you may want to do something about that now Often, when you think of the hazards of not filing your taxes, you may have visions of the Ominous IRS pounding down your door, hounding you for past debts, seizing your bank accounts and making levies on every poor scrap of property you own. You may imagine yourself poor, haggard, and starving all while the angry IRS wolf at the door snarls and snaps its slavering jaws […]

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Government shutdown and October 15th

Government shutdown and October 15th

Do I Still Have to File Taxes by October 15 With the Government Shutdown? Although the October 15th tax filing deadline for extensions is not quite as well known as the crazy tax day of the April 15th deadline, this year’s October 15th is shaping up to be nearly as interesting, what with the government shutdown going on. You may be unsure if you’re still required to file your taxes under these circumstances. The IRS, however, is very clear about […]

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What is an IRS summons?

What is an IRS summons?

IRS Summons? What Is This? An IRS summons can be understood to be an escalating step taken by the IRS in any investigation they may be making into a case. If it’s your case we’re talking about, then you may have already received, and possibly ignored, the first tool the IRS uses for information gathering: the Information Document Request, Form 4564. Known as an IDR, this form is just what it says—a request—and it packs no legal punch. At this […]

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Tax Debt Relief Companies

Tax Debt Relief Companies

Getting IRS help: How to tell if an IRS tax debt relief company is legitimate. This is a true story:  In 2011, “Steve,”  a taxpayer in New York City, is in serious trouble with the IRS.  He searches the internet for an “IRS tax attorney.” He makes the mistake of believing a tax resolution firm in California are attorneys (because they claim to be).  He gives them $32,000 to solve his tax problem. Two years later, his tax balances have […]

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