Archive for February, 2010

Leading Tax Relief Expert Offers Free Tax Help during Countdown to National Tax Day

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Tune in every Thursday until April 15 to get free tax advice  on the Big Biz Show!
Tougher IRS regulations on tax preparers in 2010 make it hard for taxpayers to get the advocacy they need for tax resolution. More people than ever will need help from a tax attorney or Certified Tax Resolution Specialist as they recover from a tough economic year.
My team at Tax Resolution Services and I are dedicated
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IRS Tax Relief: Seven Common Income Tax Relief Myths That Can Get You into IRS Trouble

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Knowledge is power when battling the IRS – the most brutal and ruthless collection agency on the planet. To make things more urgent, IRS enforcement is only getting more aggressive – raising the stakes to a new level. And falling for common tax relief myths can endanger your wealth, health and liberty. You owe it to yourself to learn the reality of these tax relief myths. And you don’t have
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Mind Your Own Business 2010 with Bill Handel: How to Start a New Business and Avoid IRS Tax Audits

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Need information on starting and keeping your own business? Join me and TRS President Brian Compton along with KFI’s Bill Handel on Saturday, February 27th for M.Y.O.B: Mind Your Own Business 2010 at Orange Coast College.
This event is FREE and open to the public!
Saturday, February 27,  2010 /9:00am to 2:00pm
Location: Orange Coast College (2701 Fairview Rd., Costa Mesa, CA)
Bill Handel will be on hand to provide marginal legal advice during
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Why Tax Help From a Pro is Your Best Defense Against Offshore Tax Evasion Charges

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

The NYTimes reported a recent case where a wealthy investor in Virginia pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges involving his undisclosed foreign funds. One thing that distinguishes this investor from the many taxpayers who have been prosecuted by the IRS for hiding funds abroad was that this investor’s money was not hid in UBS.
Indeed, the IRS is expanding its reach to other banks beyond UBS that are helping wealthy Americans
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Tax Help News: Lawyer Faces Prison Time for Failure to Report Income

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Seems like the economy’s got everyone hanging tight onto their wallets–even high earners like this attorney who now faces three years in prison for deliberate tax evasion.
David Thomas, 55, Killingworth, Conn., pleaded guilty to one count of filing a false tax return. Thomas, an attorney, was retained by the Cedar Island Improvement Association to provide legal assistance. Thomas received $120,977 from the association. However, for the tax years 2004 and
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Get Tax Help to Avoid Jail Time Like Las Vegas Man Charged With 15 Years For Tax Evasion

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Robert Kahre, the owner of six construction businesses in Las Vegas who paid employees over $100 million in cash wages as part of an elaborate scheme to defraud the IRS, was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison.
“Citizens who pay their fair share of taxes can rest assured that the Department of Justice will continue to utilize all of its resources to prosecute those who choose to cheat and
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Looking for IRS Tax Help? Consumer Affairs Warns Against Firms That Overstate Ability to Reduce Tax Debts

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

In tough economic times, it’s especially important to not ignore IRS problems. And taxpayers must realize that they have to be careful in choosing a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist or tax attorney to resolve their back taxes and IRS problems.
With more Americans than ever needing IRS help, the tax resolution industry has seen dramatic growth and many companies have entered the arena to offer help to those impacted by both
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Tax Help Guide: How to Avoid an IRS Audit When Uncle Sam’s After You

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

With the April 15th deadline fast approaching, taxpayers need to stay vigilant about what they report (and don’t report) on their tax returns in order to avoid being audited by the IRS or incurring heavy IRS penalties.
CNNMoney released an article recently that outlines several helpful tips for taxpayers to heed in order to prevent getting audited by the IRS. It’s important for taxpayers of all income brackets to realize that
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Professional Tax Help Can Help You Find Tax Relief But Cannot Help the Russian National that Scammed $136,000 from the IRS

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

IRS tax relief is just a phone call, or click, away.  Tax Resolution Services is a team of Certified Tax Resolution Specialists and IRS tax attorneys that are here to help you resolve your tax debt.  Resolving your tax debt may be intimidating, but Tax Resolution Services tax professionals help you along the way.  Read more about what to expect when resolving your tax debt.  Whether you have back taxes
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IRS News: Man Flies Plane into IRS Building in Texas Late Thursday Morning

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

Details are still being uncovered about the plane crash in the IRS building in Texas last Thursday. Our best wishes go out to the families and friends of the employees who were affected by this incident.
CCH (http://intelliconnect.cch.com) reports:
Plane Strikes IRS Building in Texas
The IRS is working with federal and state law enforcement agencies to determine why an individual apparently deliberately crashed a small plane into an IRS building in Austin,
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Tax Help News: 13% of Americans Find Tax Evasion Acceptable as IRS Audits Increase

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

The economy is still tough on most taxpayers as the April 15th tax filing deadline approaches. While the IRS is strapping in all they’ve got to collect as much tax revenue as they can, a recent report by CNNMoney.com reveals that some 13% of all Americans find it acceptable to cheat on their taxes in order to save money.
Since the government has been trying to help struggling taxpayers with various
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Seek Tax Professional Help for Tax Relief and Avoid Evading Taxes Like this N.J. Man Who Faces 5 Years in Prison for an Unreported $836k

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

My rule of thumb is to evade taxes only if you want to go to prison and pay a hefty fine!  Otherwise, tax evasion isn’t the answer to any tax problems.  Instead, I recommend hiring a tax professional, such as a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, who can help you you find tax relief legally!  Tax Resolution Services can help you resolve tax debt and not end up behind bars like
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See the Taxman on TV today on The Big Biz Show!

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

I’m putting on my Taxman hat talking tax relief today on the Big Biz Show!  I will be on the show to share tax help tips and will be taking in calls live to address tax relief questions.
I will be on the show to share tax help tips and will be taking in calls live to address tax relief questions.  See you on TV http://bigbizshow.com/!

Tax Resolution Expert on TV -The Big Biz Show this Thursday, Feb 18th!

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

I am excited to announce that I am guest co-hosting on the Big Biz Show as “The Taxman” this Thursday, February 18th.  I will be on the show to share tax help tips and will be taking in calls live to address tax relief questions.
You can watch live at http://bigbizshow.com/ – check out their site, our banner is on the home page.
The TV show is co-hosted LIVE from San Diego.
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Tax Help Tips: Unlawful Deductions Can Cost You More Money in Penalties Than It Can “Save You”

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

If you’re a self-employed taxpayer this tax season, you need to beware of what you claim in your deductions to avoid severe IRS penalties.
The economy is tough, which means a lot of taxpayers may be tempted to “cut corners” by understating their actual income to save on tax money. This is a terrible idea. The IRS penalties you are likely to incur from your unlawful deductions is not worth the
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