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Tax Relief & Protection from IRS

Overview: Tax relief is any program or motivation that decreases the measure of tax owed by an individual or business entity. Cases of tax relief incorporate the passable reasoning for annuity commitments, and transitory impetuses, for example, tax credits for the buy of new high-proficiency warming and cooling hardware. Tax
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Protect Yourself from Overly Aggressive Tax Collectors Hired by the I.R.S.

Congress passed a new law this year allowing the Internal Revenue Service to hire outside companies to collect overdue taxes. Four private debt collection agencies have been contracted to collect back taxes, Conserve, CBE Group, Pioneer and Performant. Of the four, Pioneer has come under fire for its highly aggressive,
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16 IRS Tax Audit Red Flags: Tempting Audit Baits For Tax Auditor

The good news is that, on the average, very few people get audited by the IRS. Better still for some of us, the less money you make, the less likely you are to be audited. According to the IRS, for Tax Year 2009, if you made less than $200,000, you had
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30 Tax Apps for Android/iPhone To Prepare Your Taxes On SmartPhone

 Tax season is upon us, and the iPhone is here to take the sting out of Uncle Sam’s April chore. The current arsenal of App Store software is useful for both simple and complex tax processes, and is generally cheaper than desktop equivalents. While there are a variety of tax-related
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Top 4 ‘Dirty Dozen’ IRS Tax Scams Of 2015

The Dirty Dozen is a compilation of common scams taxpayers may encounter during the coming tax year, its put together by the IRS annually. And I can personally vouch for its usefulness; you should definitely go through the list. Now, you could encounter a scam any time of the year,
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How To Find A Professional Tax Attorney? – Complete Guide

Here’s the first thing you should know when asking “How to find a good and experienced Tax Attorney?”: if you’re desperately searching for one due to a pressing problem, it’s already too late! IRS problems are mostly quite sensitive. A wise man knows his personal limit, and knows when he
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Ultimate Guide To Survive An IRS Tax Audit

How To Survive An IRS Tax Audit We all dread having the IRS tell us it wants to reassess our previous year’s tax return. Let me start off by saying that if you’re being audited, you should probably look for help in a Tax professional. But if you’re the do-it-yourself
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3 Tips You Need To Know For Your Upcoming Tax Audit.

If you are selected for an audit, well, you have little choice but to follow through with it. However, that does not mean you should simply raise your hands and give up. There are things you can do; you should strive to minimize the financial impact and to try preventing
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IRS Tax Timeline 2014 Infographic Guide – Critical Dates, Deadlines, and Reminders

IRS Tax Deadlines in Year 2014  January 31, 2014 The IRS expects to start processing 2013 individual tax returns (IR-2013-100). Deadline for employers to mail out Form W-2 to employees and for businesses to furnish Form 1099 statements reporting, among other things, non-employee compensation, bank interest, dividends, and distributions from
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4 Common Property Tax Relief Questions – Answered

Property tax is a very important tax in terms of collection. However, sometimes one may have one or more properties but not such a good income and thus, property tax may turn out to be too difficult. Fortunately there are several forms of property tax relief that can provide a
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