Archive for the ‘IRS Installment Agreements’ Category

IRS Reminder – October 15th Tax Extension Deadline

Monday, September 30th, 2013

The IRS recently posted both a video and a press release to remind taxpayers that if they filed for an extension, the due date is October 15th, 2013. According to the IRS, many of the more than 11 million taxpayers who requested an automatic six-month extension this year have yet to file. Below the video is information the IRS wants to make sure taxpayers are aware of:

Here are exemptions to
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Tax Defense Partners Ranked Highest in Top Ten Reviews

Monday, August 26th, 2013

It was great to receive the news that Tax Defense Partners (TDP) was ranked the highest of all Tax Debt Relief Service providers on Top Ten Reviews. This first place review sighted the following reasons why TDP is the best option for representing taxpayers before the IRS:

The age of the company
The number of clients it has served
The fact that Tax Defense Partners can help with and negotiate any tax situation

It’s rewarding
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Tax Relief Weekly News Round Up

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

Happy Friday!
This week we featured tax relief stories about the following subjects: how tax resolution can help struggling taxpayers, turning financial failures into success, ways to pay off a large tax debt. We also covered stories about tax evasion, filing false tax liens and tax fraud.
Here’s the tax news recap:
The post How Tax Resolution Services Helps People Find Tax Relief was inspired by a video interview I had in February
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IRS Question Corner: How Can I Pay Off Tax Debt?

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Question: I owe a lot in tax debt, and there’s no way I can repay what I owe. I’ve read about the Offer in Compromise and the Installment Agreement. But how do I determine which is right for me?

Answer: Those are great questions — not only because you need to know the answers as you confront your tax debt head on, but also because they are questions many indebted
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How Tax Resolution Services Helps People Find Tax Relief

Monday, August 19th, 2013

If you want to know how the tax resolution process can help people get tax relief, I recommend watching this video interview I had this last February by KTLA Channel 5 Alan Mendelson host of “Best Buys with Alan Mendelson“ a television show that features the best deals and money saving ideas.
The video gives consumers a true understanding of the tax resolution process and that reputable firms like Tax Defense Partners
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IRS Question Corner: How Do I Pay Off Back Tax Debt?

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Question: I’m in deep trouble. Bottom line: too much tax debt, not enough income. The reasons for this are many: bad tax advice, recklessness on my part, and most recently (and tragically for me) a significant loss of income. I’m petrified about the future. Can you help?

Answer: First of all, I’m very sorry to hear about the position you’re in. While it may not be immediate consolation, please know
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Tax Client of the Month Saves $42,000 with IRS Offer in Compromise

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Every month at Tax Defense Partners we choose a very special Tax Client Of The Month.  It’s our way of acknowledging good friends and saying “thanks” to those who support our business with referrals, word of mouth and repeat business.
This month’s Tax Client Of The Month is Ms. Florabel V.
Ms. Florabel V. owed the IRS over $46,000 in back taxes when she contacted us for help.  After several months of
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Tax Relief Weekly News Round Up-Top Tax Stories

Friday, June 14th, 2013

The tax stories that peaked our interest this week included the following: new online sales tax law challenged by some states, the differences between Offer in Compromise and Installment Agreement, musician Jack White’s generous tax payment for the Detroit’s Masonic Theater, recordkeeping tips from the IRS and Beyoncé’s father and his massive tax debt. Just in case you missed any posts, here’s a recap:
Internet Tax Law Challenged by Team of
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IRS Question: Can I Erase Tax Debt in Bankruptcy?

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Question: I am filing bankruptcy to get out from underneath debt brought on by some bad financial decisions. Can I discharge in bankruptcy the IRS back taxes I owe for tax years 2008 and 2009 that amount to roughly $25,000? I am struggling financially to pay off all the debt I incurred in this mess but am particularly overwhelmed with the tax debt. Do I have any chance at tax
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IRS Criminal Investigation Report Shows Increases

Monday, May 13th, 2013

Just last week, the IRS Criminal Investigation (CI) released its Annual Report for 2012 showing strong increases in enforcement actions and IRS penalties imposed on convicted tax criminals for the year ending Sept. 30, 2012. According to the IRS bulletin announcing the report’s release, the criminal investigation division investigates potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes in a manner to foster confidence in the
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Tax Client Saves Over $100,000 Through IRS Offer in Compromise

Monday, May 13th, 2013

Every month at Tax Resolution Services we choose a very special Tax Client Of The Month.  It’s our way of acknowledging good friends and saying “thanks” to those who support our business with referrals, word of mouth and repeat business.
This month’s Tax Client Of The Month is Mr. & Mrs. Ford Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Ford Sr. owed the IRS $112,000 in back taxes when he sought help.  After several months
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Tax Tips for Taxpayers Who Missed the April 15 Deadline

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

It’s the day after tax day and for those taxpayers who don’t intend on filing a tax return, you may want to reconsider. Not filing means you will be facing significant IRS tax issues. Failure to file is considered a misdemeanor that can be punishable up to $10,000 per year and one year in jail. In fact, IRS penalties are more severe for non-filing than for non-payment. If it sounds
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IRS Question: How Do I Pay Off Tax Debt?

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Michael Rozbruch, certified Tax Resolution Specialist, answers a question about settling back taxes:
Question: Do I have the choice between the Offer in Compromise and the Installment Agreement when working with the IRS to settle my tax debt? And which one is better?

Answer: Great questions! The short answer for both is that each is intended for consumers in different positions, so the decision of whether to pursue an Offer in
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Tax Expert Gives Tips on Filing and Tax Payments

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

During my interview last tax season on the Midday Sunday Fox 11 with host Tony Valdez program, Mr. Valdez posed a scenario that many today may be facing: they have finished preparing their taxes, but don’t have the money to pay them. What should they do? This is a common question and the good news is that taxpayers with tax debt have options! Below the video, I offer some solutions.

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Tax Resolution Services-The Week in Tax Relief News

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Let’s recap the tax relief news we covered this week. Featured topics were: eliminating joint filing to help innocent spouses, Florida brothers sentenced for tax evasion, ways to pay your back taxes, IRS tax scams and schemes to avoid, and the Southland Better Business Bureau (BBB) LA Chapter gets expelled for “pay to play” practices.
Joint Tax Filing Thought to Help Innocent Spouses
I wrote a post titled Eliminating Joint Tax Filing
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