Archive for the ‘Statutes of Limitations – Taxpayer’s rights’ Category

Michael Rozbruch Interviewed in Opportunist Magazine

Friday, February 10th, 2012

It is always a pleasure to be able to speak to others about the work I do as a tax resolution expert.
I recently had the unique opportunity to be interviewed by Opportunist Magazine’s Managing Editor, Leslie Stone for her article Talking With the Tax Expert-Michael Rozbruch.  She asked about the business of tax resolution, a subject of which I am WELL informed. The questions ranged from how my early business
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Tax Advocate Warns Taxpayers Rights at Risk

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

While cutting government spending is often seen as a good thing, in the case of the IRS, it may be having the opposite effect. Forbes featured an article IRS Advocate: New Taxpayer Rights Crisis Is Brewing highlighting the release of a recent annual report to Congress by National Taxpayer Advocate, Nina E. Olson. Olson, known for being one of Washington’s most outspoken officials, states her concerns for current IRS policies
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Individual Taxation: Recent Developments and Changes in Tax Law for Consumers

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

I came across an article called Individual Taxation: Digest of Recent Developments that summarizes recent changes and developments on individual taxation. The article goes into a good amount of detail to outline both last and this year’s tax regulation changes that will affect individual consumers. I highlighted some “best of’s” from the individual taxation article below. It is important to keep informed on tax law changes as most of these changes in taxation
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Tax Resolution Tip: What Is The Statute of Limitations?

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Today’s Tax Resolution Tip:
Quick tax lessons: The Statute of Limitations are laws regarding IRS timings:
- The IRS have 3 years to issue a refund to consumers
- The IRS have 3 years to audit your tax return
- The IRS have 10 years to collect any tax due from consumers
Find our more about the Statute of Limitations and expiration of back taxes. For more tax help, check out our tax relief FAQs and keep
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Expiration of Back Taxes: IRS Collections Statute of Limitations

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

One of the most effective ways to eliminate back taxes is through the Expiration of Back Taxes: Statute of Limitations on IRS Collections tax resolution option. This option is particularly useful for eliminating tax debt if the back taxes have been assessed against you years ago.
You may be surprised to hear that it is a fact that the IRS is prohibited, by law, from collecting on expired back taxes.
Generally, the
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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 Debt Settlement Success Rate Highlights Representative Sample of Audit Results and Other Tax Resolutions

Friday, November 5th, 2010

If you find yourself nervous after reading all the tax relief scam stories on the news lately, you’re not alone. After all, how can you know who to trust to solve your IRS tax problems for good?
One of the best indicators of a tax relief firm’s competence is their tax debt settlement success rate. And here’s where the taxpayer needs to be extra careful–many tax relief firms will overstate their
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Tax Relief – Top 10 Ways to Reduce Back Taxes and IRS Debt

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Do you find dealing with the IRS frustrating? Intimidating? Time-consuming? How about all of the above? You’re not alone.
While taxpayers may always represent themselves in front of the IRS, many turn to professional tax help (specialized tax attorneys, CPAs, and Certified Tax Resolution Specialists) in order to maximize their chances of winning a tax settlement while minimizing their contact with the IRS agents.
So what are some of the tax relief
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Still Owe IRS Back Taxes? Pennsylvania Ad for Tax Amnesty Warns that Big Brother is Watching

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Just in case you thought we were exaggerating, here’s an interesting video (see below) that reflects how tax collection agencies (at both the federal and state level) are becoming increasingly aggressive!
Joseph Abrams reports that the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has taken on Big Brother scare tactics in the latest search for delinquent taxpayers – despite recent headlines that say taxing authorities have become kinder and gentler to help struggling taxpayers
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Tax Resolution Scams on the Rise: How to Avoid Tax Settlement and IRS Debt Relief Scams

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Tax resolution scams are on the rise as unethical tax relief companies are taking advantage of the increased number of taxpayers under threat of IRS audits and back taxes.
Because the IRS is increasing enforcement to unprecedented levels, there’s been an increase in the number of unethical tax resolution scams preying on people who owe back taxes. This year we’ve already seen rising numbers of consumer complaints about tax resolution scams.
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Last Minute Tax Help Tips For Taxpayers As April 15th Deadline Nears

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Believe it or not, April 15th is only about two weeks away.  For taxpayers who are still finalizing their tax returns, we have gathered some of our top last minute tax filing tips for you.
By filing on time, you can avoid severe IRS penalties that could add up quickly over the course of a few years. Make sure that you are protecting your financial well-being by seeking tax help when
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Don’t Miss Tax Help Tips on Bankruptcy From Nation’s Leading Tax Expert Brian Compton on the Big Biz Show-Thursday, March 18th at 1:40pm PST

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Did you know that the IRS does not like to talk about the use of bankruptcy to remove tax liabilities, but the reality is that many IRS taxes, penalties and interest do qualify for complete 100% discharge in bankruptcy?
The IRS is not able to collect on expired back taxes. The IRS has 10 years from the date of assessment (usually close to the filing date) to collect back taxes.
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Tax Relief Tips and Services You Can Trust from Renowned Legal Expert Bill Handel

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Our team of tax attorneys, CPAs, and Certified Tax Resolution Specialists at Tax Resolution Services feels very excited to have our tax relief tips featured on Bill Handel’s website
Bill Handel, my good friend and associate, is the host of the nationally syndicated legal advice show Handel on the Law where he provides marginal legal advice for common legal problems in an easy-to-understand way. We have featured Bill several times on our
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Tax Help: How to Resolve Your Back Taxes & Prevent Tax Problems If You’re Short on Cash This Season

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

The economy has been tough on a lot of taxpayers this year. Whether you are a small business owner or you’re employed but short on funds, you are not alone in your financial struggle.
So what do you do this tax season if you can’t gather up enough cash to pay what you owe Uncle Sam? Do you file an extension? Do you “ignore” your taxes in hopes that the IRS
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Owe Back Taxes? Worry Not: Ten-Year Statue of Limitations Could Dissolve Your IRS Debt

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

If you owe the IRS back taxes, there is hope that you may not have to pay all of it back if you wait long enough.
Many taxpayers are unaware of the 10-Year Statue of Limitations the IRS must abide by. From the date of your assessment to the ten year mark is the only time the IRS can hold you accountable for payment of your back taxes or unpaid income
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