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How to Achieve ‘Currently Not Collectible’ Status

The IRS is not heartless. It won’t demand taxes from people whose degree of financial hardship is so severe that paying their tax liability would leave them with the inability to buy basic needs, such as food. The IRS grants…

December 15, 2021

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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

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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

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How the IRS Distinguishes Between a Business and a Hobby

Many of us engage in activities for recreation, but not all of us can earn from it. If you’ve recently started to make money from a hobby, it may be time to register your activities as a business officially. You…

November 05, 2021

How Can Bankruptcy Deal With My Tax Liability?

We’ve all been there – or at least most of us have; running a semi-successful business, going through a divorce or a huge life change of some sort, struggling with an endless stream of expenses that never seem to end and –…

November 03, 2021

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