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3 things gay couples must know about tax return filing status

3 things gay couples must know about tax return filing status

Three things gay couples must know before signing a joint tax return Yesterday, the IRS formalized tax filing rules for gay married couples.  Of particular note, like heterosexual couples, gay couples must file either joint or separate.  Married gay couples, regardless of state law, can not file single.  So when trying to decide whether or not to file joint or separate on a 1040 form (or even when amending past returns to claim refunds), these are three things every gay […]

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IRS settlement options

  Eight IRS settlement options that could save your skin I think we’ll have to be honest here. Tax settlement companies have a pretty bad rap. The reason? Perhaps they don’t know exactly what they are doing, perhaps they are ethically challenged, and perhaps they prey on people emotions with fear-based marketing instead of empowering taxpayers with real information. Well, in this article we will go over Eight IRS settlement options you have to negotiate your IRS tax debt based […]

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Innocent Spouse and the California Franchise Tax Board

Getting innocent spouse relief in California BY: THOMAS S. GROTH, ESQ (@tsgESQ) Working at IRSMedic World HQ can be taxing at times. (Pun absolutely intended).  Many of my clients have seen their lives torn apart by the Internal Revenue Service, or a state taxing authority, and they’ve hired our firm because they know we have the tools and the expertise to make things right.  Tax problems can cause a range of emotions, from indifference to extreme anger. I’ve seen a […]

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Injured Spouse Relief

Injured Spouse Relief Injured Spouse relief is available for married taxpayer who wants to enjoy the benefits of filing a joint return without having to worry about having that benefit wiped out by their spouses’s pre-existing debts.

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Tax Court rules no time limit on Innocent Spouse claim

This is a huge win. Congratulations to University of Minnesota School of Law Professor Kathryn Sedo, attorney for taxpayer Suzanne Pullins, on a tremendous result. The Tax Court reversed a bad decision…a decision that should bother anyone who is concerned with administrative overreach and regulations that fly in the face of what Congress intended.

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