Archive for January, 2010

Tax Help For Offshore Account Holders as Swiss Government Seeks to Salvage UBS Agreement

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Taxpayers with foreign bank accounts must stay on top of the game when it comes to paying taxes and disclosing foreign funds.
If you have undisclosed foreign funds or if you have accumulated back taxes on your overseas money, now is the time to seek tax help from a tax attorney or Certified Tax Resolution Specialist to resolve your IRS problems before they become any worse.
Due to the severe nature of
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Avoid IRS Problems: Know Your Tax Exemptions Before You Claim Them

Friday, January 29th, 2010

As we gear up for this upcoming tax season, if you are expecting a refund, you MUST file a refund claim with the IRS. Failure to do so could result in your lack of entitlement to your refund later on or other IRS problems.
If you do file for a refund with the IRS, you should also be careful to not claim exemptions that you cannot substantiate. For instance, freedom
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Your Unfiled Delinquent Tax Return Checklist: Stop the IRS Now and Avoid Steep Interest and Penalties from Accumulating

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Unfiled delinquent tax returns can weigh on you like a disease. Every unfiled delinquent tax return eats at you, year after year, compounding fear until you feel hopeless. So if you’ve got a late delinquent tax return, follow the simple steps outlined in this unfiled delinquent tax return checklist and get expert help from an attorney or a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist to check the IRS off your worry list forever.
If
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IRS Debt Relief News: Miami Businessman Guilty of Filing False Tax Return

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Taxpayers need to be careful about getting their numbers crunched correctly for their 2010 tax returns. As the government grows more desperate for revenue and as the IRS steps up its game to collect more taxes, this is no time for the taxpayer to “neglect to pay certain taxes.”
A recent case involved Jesus Mena, of Miami, who pleaded guilty to filing a false income tax return for an S corporation
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Retire Your IRS Back Taxes Forever: How Tax Resolution Services Helped Save a Taxpayer $130,000

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

A man from Tennessee who owed the IRS $136,000 in back taxes, is now debt free thanks to our team of expert tax attorneys, CPAs, and Certified Tax Resolution Specialists.
In 1998, Lloyd S. faced an overwhelming tax debt of $136,000. After years of trying to handle his tax problems on his own with no success, he heard about our tax resolution services on Bill Handel’s radio show and he made
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Certified Tax Resolution Specialist Michael Rozbruch Has a Special Message for You!

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Michael Rozbruch, Certified Tax Resolution Specialist (CTRS) and a member of the American Society of IRS Problem Solvers, has a special message for you:
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 tax
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Tax Resolution Services Solves Tax Problems such as Back Taxes, No Help for Man Facing 20 Years in Prison for Tax Evasion, Selling Stolen Software

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

On this tax blog I have written about  tax scams and tax evasion many times.  Besides Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi scheme, I have never written about a story as ridiculous as this one.  First of all, selling stolen software is dumb.  Even dumber when you steal it directly from Dell, one the biggest computer corporations, and then commit tax evasion to hide your earnings from this stolen property.  This man
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Avoid IRS Tax Problems: Correctly Classify Your Employees as IRS Expands Audits to 6,000 Businesses

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

The IRS announced that it expects to expand its auditing activities by embarking on a 3-year campaign that will audit 6,000 businesses both big and small.
According to the TheStreet.com, the IRS estimates that American companies underpay employer taxes by a whopping $14 billion a year. As the government is strapped for cash, the IRS is stepping up its auditing department to try and cash in on lost tax revenue.
While some
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IRS Payroll Tax Problems: Are You a Responsible Party Liable for the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty?

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

In a time when the government is desperate for revenue, it is very important for business owners to stay on top of their payroll taxes game to avoid IRS payroll tax problems.
For those who may not be familiar with payroll taxes, unpaid payroll taxes are considered “trust fund taxes” because the employer’s failure to pay payroll taxes is equated to holding the employee’s money in trust until a federal tax
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Need Tax Help? Top 10 Reasons For Taxpayers to Visit IRS Website

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

As you get ready to file your 2010 tax returns, you can visit the IRS website for guidance and answers to any questions you may have  without having to call the IRS and be put on hold for an extended period of time.
If you have questions about resolving your IRS problems, visit our convenient online resources for tax relief strategies, tax help articles, or our IRS help glossary.
Check out the
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Release Your IRS Bank Levy: How a Tax Attorney or Certified Tax Resolution Specialist Can Give You an Advantage

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

I’ve recently blogged about what an IRS bank levy is and why you as the taxpayer must act immediately to get tax help from a tax attorney, CPA, or Certified Tax Resolution Specialist in order to save your financial well-being.
Now I want to go into more detail about just how a tax attorney can help you release your IRS bank levy. The IRS does provide some guidelines on bank levies
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Back Taxes Owed by Minnesota Businessman Facing 5 Years in Prison Amount to Over $332k

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Failing to file a federal tax return does not mean that your taxes owed simply go away.  These taxes turn into back taxes and when the IRS figures it out, you will be facing BIG trouble including fines and prison time.  If you owe the IRS back taxes, Tax Resolution Services can help settle your tax debt, even if you can’t afford to pay the back taxes that you owe.  A Certified Tax
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Don’t Settle for a Busy Signal if You Need Tax Help: IRS Can Only Service 70% of Taxpayer Phone Calls

Monday, January 18th, 2010

A recent report from DetNews reveals that the IRS is expected to be unable to serve 30% of in-bound callers to its toll-free helpline.
According to the IRS, its service helpline has seen an increase of calls in the past two years from taxpayers who need tax help while filing their income tax returns. Many of these taxpayers have inquiries about the temporary tax breaks passed by Congress or general questions
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Seek Tax Help Now to Avoid Losing Your Company to Delinquent Payroll Tax Problems!

Friday, January 15th, 2010

IRS payroll tax problems are very common among big and small business owners all over the country.
Especially now that the economy is rough and many businesses are struggling to simply keep their lights on, delinquent payroll taxes needs to be resolved as soon as possible in order for business owners to avoid severe IRS penalties and ultimately, to save the life of their company.
The IRS is a merciless tax collection
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IRS Offers Tax Help Guidelines to Taxpayers Who Are Filing Tax Returns Online

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Taxpayers, get ready for the fast-approaching 2010 tax season!
Yes it’s still January, but it’s not too early to start getting all your ducks in a row for the upcoming tax filing season. With the IRS tax collection efforts strengthening, it would be wise to adhere to IRS guidelines and tax filing tips when filling out your tax returns in order to avoid IRS tax problems down the line.
The IRS has
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