Archive for July, 2008

I’d Like To Hear From YOU!

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Whether you’d like to avoid the IRS, contact the IRS, settle with the IRS or just want to refer a friend, relative or client, I’d love to hear from you. I would be happy to provide you or that special person you refer a no-obligation confidential consultation to explain every option available to solve IRS problems.
Tax Resolution Services, Co.
Michael Rozbruch, Certified Tax Resolution Specialist
Member, American Society of IRS Problem Solvers
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Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

Scott Tobin of Canterbury, N.H., was sentenced to two years of probation for failing to file employment tax returns in 2003. Tobin, 40, operated RPS Construction LLC, which specialized in construction of steel bridges and other commercial properties. During the last three quarters of 2003, Tobin paid his employees a total of about $36,000, but for each of those quarters, Tobin failed to file Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Returns with
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Take a Break from State and Local Taxes While Shopping this Year’s Tax-Free Holidays

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

You can enjoy considerable saving on clothes and school supplies starting August 1 during tax-free days in select states and jurisdictions.
This is  a great opportunity for shoppers looking to save money during a summer characterized by national economic slowdown and record gas prices. If you live in or near a state that offers tax-free days, this is an especially good time to make that big ticket purchase you’ve been saving up for –
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Tax Help for Parents Sending Kids to Day Camp

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

While school’s out, many working parents must arrange for child care during the week. What you may not be aware of is that you can get a tax break to help cover the costs of summer camp - as long as it’s a day camp (as opposed to an overnight camp). The IRS tax credit applies to the cost of day camp for a dependent or child under the age of 13,
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Thanks for the Kind Words…

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

From a Tax Resolution client:
“TRS is Excellent, Professional thorough and very friendly. Everyone was informative and helpful with my situation. I no longer have to wake up at night and think of my tax burdens, I can now enjoy my life. I can’t begin to express my thanks to everyone at TRS.”
                                – R. Becher.

Are You My Client Of The Month?

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Every month I choose a very special Client Of The Month.  It’s my way of acknowledging good friends and saying “thanks” to those who support me and my business with referrals, word of mouth and repeat business.  This month’s Client Of The Month is Robert B. When Robert sought our help, his debt to the IRS was over $120K. Our negotiations and advocacy resulted in the IRS accepting a $6,537.00 settlement
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Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Dharmendra B. Patel, 41, of Shelbyville, Tenn., was sentenced to 9 months in prison, followed by two years of supervised release, after pleading guilty to tax evasion.
Patel, owner and operator of Pik N Check convenience and check-cashing store located in Shelbyville, admitted during the hearing that he filed his 2004 tax return with the IRS which stated his taxable income for the year was $2,916. In fact, his income for
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Wash. Restaurateur Guilty of Tax Evasion

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

A Washington restaurateur pleaded guilty to tax evasion.
William Robertson, 68, formerly of Everett, Wash., owned various restaurants operating under the Hot Rod Café name. According to the indictment, in 2004 and 2005, Robertson withheld about $36,503, from employees’ pay for Social Security, Medicare and income taxes. Robertson failed to pay this money to the government for his employees’ taxes. In addition,  Robertson withheld approximately $2,951 from employee checks from another
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IRS Question Corner … Bad Tax Debt – What Are My Options?

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

Question: I suppose it doesn’t really matter about the details of how I got into this mess, but I owe the IRS big time. When my company was taking off, I took some bad tax advice, which in turn resulted in a big tax debt. Trouble is, my company is now out of business, and I don’t know where I can get the money to pay off the personal tax
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IRS Wants to Know About Your Offshore Account

Friday, July 25th, 2008

Tax-collecting agency is questioning how many Americans have offshore accounts and how they’re being used
By Michael Rozbruch
Have a bank account overseas?
Be sure to tell the IRS about it.
The U.S. tax-collecting agency asked Americans with overseas accounts to report them by June 30. If you haven’t done so, you could be in trouble.
Owing to globalization, more people in the United States have foreign financial accounts. There is nothing improper about setting
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Don’t Panic When You Get an IRS Audit Letter in the Mail. Get Help from the Tax Experts!

Thursday, July 24th, 2008

I recently appeared on The Frank Pastore Show on 99.5 KKLA where we discussed the IRS audit letter and the wrong and right things to do when you get that ugly thing in the mail. If you have not filed taxes in a long time and/or if you have received the dreaded letter from the IRS read this post!
Did you know it is a misdemeanor in this country not to
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Tax Rules for Same-Sex Married Couples in California

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

The California Franchise Tax Board has issued income tax rules for same-sex spouses.
Same-sex marriage has been valid in the state of California since May and UCLA’s Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy projected in June 2008 that about half of California’s more than 100,000 same-sex couples will wed during the next three years and 68,000 out-of-state couples will travel to California to exchange vows.
Just like in other
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Tax Trivia Challenge: “Win A $250 Transferable Gift Certificate!”

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

Take my Trivia Challenge and you could win a $250 transferable Gift Certificate!
This is one of my favorite sections. Each month I’ll give you a new trivia question. The first THREE people who call my office with the correct answer win a free $250 reduction on any IRS service I provide. (One per client, please.) And best yet, your certificate is transferable. Use it yourself, or
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Thank You! Thank You!

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

Thanks to YOU, the word is spreading.  Thanks to my clients and friends who graciously referred me to their friends, clients and relatives last month!  I enjoy building my business based on the positive comments and referrals from people just like you.
Keith Smuckler CPA and Frederick Greenblatt, Esp
                          I just couldn’t do it without you!

The Seven Secrets the IRS Hopes You Never See

Monday, July 14th, 2008

I have been running Tax Resolution Services, Co. for more than a decade now and the most rewarding part of my job is knowing that I have saved so many people from financial crisis and helped them turn their lives around.
Another thing I love about my job is traveling across the nation to appear at conferences and to be spotlighted as a tax expert on various TV and radio
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