Archive for November, 2010

Consumers Must Be Wary of Tax Relief Pitches That Sound Too Good to Be True

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

With tax-relief firms getting sued by state authorities and making headlines for cheating distressed taxpayers out of thousands of dollars in upfront retainer fees, consumers need to be wary of tax relief pitches that sound too good to be true. Consumers with back taxes and other audit or collection-related problems should beware of unethical trade practices such as guarantees that cannot be delivered on.
In order to gain tax relief, we
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TRS Offers Tax Relief Services for Legit Tax Problems; Not For Tax-Avoidance Scammers

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

At Tax Resolution Services, we want to emphasize that we do not condone illegal tax behavior.  We take pride in finding affordable tax relief for individuals and corporations who find themselves in tax trouble with the IRS.  Some of the tax relief services we provide are for those who need to settle back taxes, are involved in an IRS audit, need to resolve payroll tax problems, or need to set up
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Tax Audits Turn Up Information Like Claiming False Dependents on Taxes

Monday, November 29th, 2010

If you’ve been summoned by the IRS for a tax audit, you should be scared!  During the initial tax audit interview, you will be asked 54 questions and your answers can dictate your fate.  If a tax audit is in your future, hire a tax professional to help you through the process and represent you to the IRS. You won’t regret it!  Of course, if you are audited because you
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Seek Tax Debt Help from a Tax Professional Instead of Running from the IRS

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

As a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist, I would not advise you to become a fugitive because you think the taxes you owe are too much for you to pay.  Instead of running from your taxes, run straight to a tax professional, like Tax Resolution Services, who will help you resolve your tax debt.  If you can’t pay the taxes that you owe, the IRS actually has reasonable options to help
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Tax Help News: Taxpayers Need to Stay Vigilant Even as IRS Withraws Case Against UBS

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

Earlier this year, there was a lot of heat over the UBS-IRS deal where thousands of taxpayers’ names were handed over to Uncle Sam for undisclosed overseas bank accounts. While the worst of the storm may have passed for now, it is imprudent for taxpayers with overseas bank accounts to let down their guards.
Last Tuesday, the IRS announced that it has dropped its case against UBS after the Swiss banking
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Qualifying for Tax Relief as an Innocent Spouse Can Help Resolve IRS Problems

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Filing an Innocent Spouse claim with the IRS can protect qualifying taxpayers from IRS back taxes, interest, and penalties related to a spouse (or former spouse).
It may be an afterthought to many couples, but filing joint tax returns means that each spouse is 100 percent liable for 100 percent of the tax debt owed, even if one spouse has no idea about the financial activity of the other.
There are tax
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Five Reasons To Be Thankful For The IRS

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

It might seem like an oxymoron, but we really should be thankful for the Internal Revenue Service. It is a fair and (mostly) comprehensible system that is the envy of many people around the world who answer to corrupt officials and governments. While it may provide little solace to those struggling with tax debt in the slowly rebounding economy, in the spirit of the holidays we have put together our
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Tax Help Tips for Filing Tax Returns: Reduce Debt, Pay Back Taxes and Avoid IRS Problems

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

As the troubled economy begins its slow rebound, year-end tax planning is more important than ever, especially if you are one of the estimated 26 million Americans who needs tax relief from back taxes owed to the IRS. With the IRS enforcement budget at a record $5.5 billion, more people than ever are a potential target of the IRS and will need to know these valuable suggestions to avoid and
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Professional Tax Relief is a Better Choice than Participating in Tax Fraud Schemes

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Attention people with tax problems!  Don’t be a part of a fraudulent tax scheme to pay lesser taxes!  If you have tax problems, Tax Resolution Services has options!  We offer a free tax consultation to review the depth of your tax problems and can offer an array of solutions that finds you the best tax relief.  Many of our tax clients are able to qualify for the IRS Offer in Compromise progam – paying
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Got Payroll Tax Problems? Get Help from a Tax Professional

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

The lady in the article below created her own payroll tax problems.  As a manager for an office, she abused her position by under reporting her taxable income and she will soon pay the price as she faces the IRS in court.  If you are in a position in a company that allows you to make the payroll tax decisions, we hope that you are making the right decision.  It
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Sean Hannity Endorses TDP for Ethical and Expert Tax Relief

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Followers of talk show host Sean Hannity no doubt are familiar with his less than sanguine feelings regarding the nation’s tax system as well as the broad scope of the IRS enforcement powers, both of which are frequent topics on his nationally syndicated radio show.
“The IRS continues to step up its efforts to come after you for what they think is their money,” Hannity says. “The audit rate today is
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Resolve Back Taxes with a Tax Professional Because Tax Schemes Don’t Work!

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Are back taxes keeping you awake at night?  Is the IRS demanding payment of back taxes, penalties and interest, and you don’t feel like you can pay it?  There are options!  The first step is to get a tax professional on your side.  At Tax Resolution Services, we deal with back taxes and the IRS everyday.  We can negotiate an IRS payment plan, or possibly even a reduction in what
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Tax Relief FAQ: Why File Tax Returns If I Cannot Afford to Pay Back Taxes to the IRS?

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Even if you can’t afford to pay your back taxes to the IRS, it is essential to avoid stiff penalties from the IRS and file all delinquent returns now. Every year, thousands (potentially millions) of taxpayers fail to file legally required tax returns. The act of not filing usually results in increasingly damaging problems as time goes by, such as additional interest, crippling penalties and IRS collections including levies on your
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Tax Client Owed $47,000 in Back Taxes, Settles with IRS for $2,400! Saves Over $44,000!

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Every month Tax Resolution Services choose 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 Jose  N.
Jose owed the IRS over $47K in back taxes. After several months of negotiations with the IRS, we were able to settle his tax debt
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Latest in Celebrity Tax Woes: Lamar Odom Takes on Taxman Without Representation

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

This just in: Los Angeles Lakers’ forward Lamar Odom is suing the IRS for over $87,000 in tax bills from 2007–by himself.
According to Forbes, the 6-foot-10 NBA star is contesting the IRS for disallowing him to deduct $12,000 in sports fines and another $178,000 spent getting himself into shape in 2007. In a letter to the IRS, Odom wrote in the third person that “the taxpayer claimed $12,000 of employee
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