One Client’s Worst Nightmare: Being Audited by the IRS
When Tara walked out to her mailbox and saw the heavy envelope from the IRS with the handwritten address, she had a bad feeling before she even opened it.Read More
What to Do When You Receive an IRS Audit Letter
If you are one of the less than one percent of people who receive an IRS audit letter, don’t panic. More than likely, your tax return was flagged because of one of these common IRS audit triggers.Read More
What Can Trigger an IRS Audit?
While nearly 150 million federal tax returns are filed each year, the IRS audits less than 1% of them. However, for those that do get caught in the government’s crosshairs, the audit process can be long and costly.Read More
What are IRS Partial Pay Installment Agreements?
Taxpayer will still owe the debt but will have a smaller monthly payment based on ability to pay, which could help taxpayer stay in good standing…Read More
What Does Currently Non-Collectible (CNC) Mean?
Taxpayer will still owe the debt but will not have a monthly payment, which could help taxpayer stay in good standing with the IRS…Read More
What is the IRS’ Pilot Program: 84 Month Installment Agreement?
The upside to the 84-month pilot program is no financial statement is required and it is not based on ability to pay…Read More
What is the IRS’ Fresh Start Program: 72 Month Installment Agreement?
The upside to the 72 month Fresh Start installment agreement is no financial statement is required and it is not based on ability to pay…Read More
What is an Offer in Compromise (OIC)?
An Offer in Compromise (“OIC”) is an agreement that allows taxpayers to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount owed…Read More