Archive for August, 2010

IRS Tax Relief Tips on Facebook-TRS Educates Taxpayers While Saving Them Time and Money

Monday, August 16th, 2010

I am proud to announce that in addition to providing expert tax relief for individuals and small businesses, our team at Tax Resolution Services has now extended our reach to the more than 50 percent of American homes that now regularly utilize Facebook.
You may or may not already know that one in six Americans today faces some type of tax problem. Through Facebook, we are now extending our social media
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Monday, August 16th, 2010

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If I Settle Back Taxes Now Can I Avoid Prison?

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Yes!  If you decide, without prompting from the IRS, that you want to settle back taxes, you will most likely avoid prison.  The first step to settling back taxes is to contact a tax professional.  At Tax Resolution Services, we can help you get tax relief and set up a reasonable IRS payment plan or negotiate an Offer in Compromise settlement where you may end up paying pennies on the
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9 Tax Help Tips For Taxpayers Who Owe Back Taxes to Uncle Sam

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Not everyone receives a refund check from the IRS every year. If you’re one of the many taxpayers who will be receiving a bill from the IRS, don’t panic.
There are many different options for you to pay your tax bill without going broke. Check out these 9 tax help tips from the IRS (www.IRS.gov) for taxpayers who owe money to Uncle Sam:

If you get a bill this summer for late
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Tax Help News: Celebrity Tax Woes Can Teach Regular Taxpayers Valuable Lessons

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

We know that bad things can happen to good people–after all, it’s a part of life! What many taxpayers may not know is that the IRS is indiscriminately aggressive when it comes to chasing tax evaders–whether you’re a multi-million dollar celebrity or a Joe Six-Pack. It’s easy to erroneously believe that the IRS is too busy to scrutinize the “small fries” and will instead focus only on catching “The Big
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Tax Resolution Firm Secures Offer in Compromise Settlement for $582 – Saves Tax Client a Whopping $37,400!

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Every month Tax Resolution Services chooses a very special Tax Client Of The Month.  It’s our way of acknowledging good friends and saying “thanks” to those who support Tax Resolution Services with referrals, word of mouth and repeat business.
This month’s Tax Client Of The Month is Ms. Brenda V.
Brenda owed the IRS over $38,000, when she contacted our firm. We were able to settle her debt for just $582.00 through the IRS’s
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Tax Help and Tips from Tax Blogger Includes Refreshing and Candid Look at Issues Facing Today’s Taxpayers

Friday, August 13th, 2010

As you know, I often turn to many fellow tax bloggers for the latest tax news and IRS regulations. And while Stacie’s More Tax Tips blog features tax help and tips, I am particularly drawn to her candid refreshing take on the triumphs and woes of today’s taxpayer.
From why she thinks American Express sucks to the true story of a magazine door-to-door sales person who encountered nightmarish tax consequences from her self employment status,
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Get Tax Help for Offshore Accounts and Minimize Your Chances of IRS Prosecution

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

If you are hiding income in an offshore account, it’s not too late to come clean with the IRS.  Although the tax amnesty deadline for voluntary disclosure has expired (in November 2009), you can still get professional tax representation to help you possibly reduce severe tax penalties and work out a structured IRS payment plan.  At Tax Resolution Services, we recommend seeking tax help first before the IRS finds you.  If that
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While Bank Reform Bill Offers Some Relief for Taxpayers, the IRS Remains Poised to Enforce Collections to Pay for Bailout

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

Recently, President Obama signed into law the most thorough set of changes to the American financial regulation since the 1930s, with the comment that “every American from Main Street to Wall Street has a stake in our financial system”.
The bill, called the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act places new fees and limits on the biggest banks, imposes new restrictions on the $450 trillion derivatives market, and crafts
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Offshore Bank Account Holders Beware As IRS Turns Up Enforcement Heat Around the Globe

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Leonid Zaltsberg has lived an extraordinary life. The 76-year-old from Milltown, N.J., played for the Soviet Union’s national soccer team, competed in the World Cup, and now works with Ukraine’s national team.
He’s also now part of another extraordinary group: U.S. tax cheats who’ve been convicted of evasion following the release of account information from Swiss bank UBS.
Zaltsberg pleaded guilty in New Jersey to subscribing to a false tax return, admitting that
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Tax Relief News: Geithner’s TurboTax Defense is Not Reasonable Cause for Understatement of Taxes

Friday, August 6th, 2010

In recent U.S. Tax Court News, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, who owed $34,000 in back taxes and didn’t pay all of it until Obama nominated him, was not granted penalty abatement. His defense that he relied on TurboTax to prompt him to pay his self- employment taxes was rejected and does not excuse him from penalty or errors on his tax return.
I know from negotiating cases with the IRS day
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Tax Attorney Recommends Professional Tax Help – Even for Media Mogul Conrad Black Who Has a $71 Million IRS Bill

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Tax cases can be very complicated.  At Tax Resolution Services, our tax attorneys have helped all kinds of people find tax relief – from the everyday taxpayer to large companies – altogether more than 9,000 tax cases have been handled by our skilled tax team.  If you find yourself in tax trouble, ask for help!  Tax Resolution Services is made up of Certified Tax Resolution Specialists and tax attorneys who can help
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Tax Relief News: IRS Recruits Hundreds of New Agents via YouTube to Crack Down on Back Taxes

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

If you are a taxpayer that is overwhelmed by back taxes, delinquent tax returns or interest, you may be constantly worried about the IRS knocking on your door with a collection notice. And that day may be sooner than you expect as the IRS is out to hire hundreds of new agents and using the internet to swiftly find and recruit new employees.
As the most powerful collection agency on the
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