Tax Preparer’s 6,000 False Returns Go Up in Smoke!

In order to hide evidence from the IRS two fires were intentionally set at Rush Tax Service locations, one in 2017 and one in 2019. The fires destroyed client files, financial records, and computer hardware. Between 2013 and 2017, the…

December 02, 2021


The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced a series of inflation adjustments for dozens of tax provisions for the 2022 tax year. There will be seven tax brackets. Those are: 37% for incomes over $539,900 ($647,850 for married couples filing jointly)…

November 26, 2021


Wage Levy vs Garnishment

The terms wage levy and wage garnishment are often confused and used interchangeably. Both are legal actions to seize assets to settle a debt. Both terms are used when there is a creditor and debtor involved. When it comes to…

November 11, 2021


What Does the IRS Define as “Seriously Delinquent”?

The IRS takes several steps to get taxpayers to fulfill their tax-related responsibilities. It starts with a balance notice, followed by friendly reminders to pay. If the IRS has questions about your tax return, they may even send you a…

November 09, 2021


Child Tax Credit: What You Need to Know

The child tax credit allows low- and medium-income families to reduce their tax liability for each qualifying child. In March 2021, the child tax credit was significantly expanded thanks to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. The 2021 credit…

November 07, 2021

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