Archive for November, 2009

Get Tax Help to Save Your Home From Unannounced IRS Seizures: Be Proactive About Resolving Your IRS Problems

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Homeowners need to know that under certain circumstances, the IRS can legally seize your house without seeking prior judicial approval. In a recent case, the IRS legitimately seized the physical property of a taxpayer while he was serving out his sentence in jail without having obtained any judicial approval beforehand.
CCH (http://intelliconnect.cch.com) reports:
Two-Out-of-Five Years Test Inapplicable to Primary Residence Determination For Residential Seizures
The Office of Chief Counsel clarified that a revenue
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Ensure YOUR Tax Attorney is Well-Qualified as the IRS Issues Disciplinary Sanctions to List of Tax Resolution Specialists For Violating Regulations

Monday, November 30th, 2009

The IRS is not only busy cracking down on tax evaders both domestic and abroad, it is also tightening its grip on sanctioning who can practice before it. Recently, the IRS issued disciplinary sanctions to a list of tax attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, enrolled actuaries and enrolled retirement plan agents who violated IRS regulations for professional practice.
Here are some Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Tax Attorney, CPA or Tax
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With Expert Tax Help from TRS, Business Owner Owing $100K in Delinquent Payroll Taxes is Debt Free

Monday, November 30th, 2009

It is understandable that many taxpayers facing IRS problems are overwhelmed by the penalties and debt. If you have delinquent payroll taxes or personal back taxes, you need to know that you have tax resolution options that will save you from feeling helpless.
Our team at Tax Resolution Services have created the TRS Files to educate our readers and taxpayers out there that permanent tax relief and tax resolution is possible.
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IRS Payment Plans are a Wiser Choice than Tax Evasion: A Connecticut Businessman Finds Out the Hard Way

Monday, November 30th, 2009

IRS Payment Plans, also known as an Installment Agreement, are available to those who owe taxes and feel they cannot pay their tax liability all at once.  If you are in this situation, it is wise to work with a tax professional, such as Tax Resolution Services’ team of tax attorneys and IRS specialists, who can help you negotiate a low Payment Plan with the IRS.  When people are facing
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Tax Resolution Services Wishes Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

A heartfelt Thank You to all of our tax clients, past and present.  From our staff of professional tax attorneys and IRS specialists at Tax Resolution Services, we wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Every month I thank a few special people who graciously referred me to their friends, clients and relatives last month!  This month I’d like to say Thank You to Norm Goodman, JD, CPA & Ron Corvino.
Thanks to YOU, the
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Get Tax Help with Your Offshore Bank Account as IRS Pierces Veil of Bank Secrecy, Settling with 14,700 Foreign Accounts

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

We’ve been hearing a lot of stories about how the IRS is dealing with the abundant influx of voluntary disclosures from Americans who had hid their money overseas in Swiss banks such as UBS. The LA Times recently reported that the IRS is settling with over 14,700 overseas foreign account cases.
According to the LA Times, “To put it simply, this is a historic milestone for the nation’s hardworking taxpayers.”
While many
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Offer in Compromise Program or an IRS Payment Plan? Get Your Tax Debt Questions Answered Here!

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

Got IRS back taxes?  There is no better time to find tax relief! Tax Resolution Services will assist you in resolving your tax debt.  Got a tax question?  Tax Resolution Services will answer your tax question. Call us at 1-866-IRS-PROBLEMS or visit www.taxresolution.com
Tax problems and overwhelming tax debt is not uncommon.  There are tax relief options to help with tax debt, two of which are outlined below: the IRS Offer
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IRS Offshore Accounts Update: Get Tax Help Before IRS Starts Its Plan to Hire 800 People and Go Global to End Bank Secrecy

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

The IRS crackdown on foreign bank account holders has been highly effective in getting more tax evaders to come forward. News reports have shown that the number of people who voluntarily disclosed their foreign bank accounts before October 15th have been higher than other responses to any prior IRS initiatives.
The large number of voluntarily disclosures means billions of incoming revenues to the IRS in the next ten to twenty years
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IRS Encourages Offshore Account Holders to Come Forward – Get Expert Tax Help BEFORE Talking to the IRS!

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

The latest IRS step-up in tax collection crackdown has some 14,700 wealthy Americans shaking in their chairs. The IRS reports that it has been seeing an “unprecedented” number of Americans who have come forward before the October 15th amnesty deadline. Offshore account holders who voluntarily disclose their unpaid back taxes on foreign funds by this deadline are able to receive reduced IRS penalties.
For those who did not make the deadline
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Tax Help for Offshore Account Holders Pulling Out of Swiss Banks: Don’t Fear the IRS – Get Expert Offshore Tax Evasion Defense

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

Ever since the latest IRS crackdown on American offshore bank account holders, Swiss banks such as Julius Baer Group has reported losses in financial assets due to scared Americans who are withdrawing their money. This latest news shows that the IRS has successfully struck fear among Americans who up until recently, have been able to evade taxes with offshore bank accounts.
According to the NYTimes, “shares in Julius Baer fell 2.78
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Offshore Bank Account Holders Must Act Now to Get Expert Tax Help: Don’t Wait for the IRS to Come After You!

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

We provide offshore tax evasion defense for clients who have been targeted by the IRS. And I’ve heard on many occasions that it’s difficult to find reliable offshore tax resolution information on the Internet. So we’ve added a new tax help resource devoted to IRS offshore tax settlements to to further help people with overseas accounts by educating them on their options for tax relief.
Each year, the government racks up
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Tax Debt is Scary But Evading Taxes is Scarier: Man Gets Prison Sentence for Not Reporting $500K

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Some people are just straight up tax cheats.  The Wyoming man in the story below blatantly evaded his taxes doing things such as underreporting income and filing false tax returns.  Subsequently he was sentenced to prison time and left with a hefty fine – all of which he deserves.  For those who find themselves in tax debt, not because they were purposely cheating on taxes but because of other extraordinary
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Kentucky Man Does Not Report $500K in Income by Failing to File Taxes – Did You Know the IRS Accepts Delinquent Tax Returns?

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

Failing to file your tax return is a crime punishable by prison time and a hefty fine.  If you have failed to file taxes and feel like the IRS is breathing down your back, there is tax relief available.  You have the right to file your original tax return, no matter how late it is!  Tax Resolution Services is a professional team of tax attorneys and tax resolution specialists that
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Tax Help Tips for Saving Money on Taxes for Freelance Professionals and Self-Employed Individuals (Part 2)

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

If you are a self-employed independent contractor, you need to know that the tax clock is ticking and you’re in danger of letting serious income tax relief money slip through your fingers. If you’re not careful, you could also make some common self-employed independent contractor income tax mistakes that will mean you’ll owe back taxes on your 2009 income tax return.
If you’re a freelance self-employed professional, the most important thing
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Tax Client of the Month: IRS Payment Plan Helps Client Resolve $38,000 Tax Debt

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

Every month I choose a very special Tax Client Of The Month.  It’s my way of acknowledging good friends and saying “thanks” to those who support me and Tax Resolution Services with referrals, word of mouth and repeat business.
This month’s Tax Client Of  The Month is Mr. Blake E.
Blake owed the IRS over $38,000 when he retained our firm.  We were able to negotiate an IRS payment plan (also known as
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