Posts Tagged ‘IRS issues’

Beyonce’s Father Owes $1.2 Million in IRS Back Taxes

Monday, May 20th, 2013

It’s pretty clear Beyonce’s former manager and father, Mathew Knowles knows a thing or two about managing a superstar. However, it appears he’s less knowledgeable about what it means to owe back taxes to Uncle Sam. According to a Source article titled: “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems! Mathew Knowles Owes 1.2 Mil In Taxes“, Knowles, who failed to pay his taxes during 2010 and 2011, has now received a huge tax
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TaxMan Episode-Client Success Story in Tax Audit Case

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Client Mike’s case is a good example of when bad things happen to good people. Before he contacted Tax Resolution Services, Co., (TRS), Mike’s financial troubles included a massive tax bill assessed at over $100 thousand dollars. In a recent episode of the national network television show, TaxMan, I interviewed Mike several years after he first came to TRS for help with his IRS issues. Mike is a nice, honest
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Identity Fraud Victim Gets Expert Advice from Tax Team

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

In September, I wrote a blog post about how identity theft issues were adversely affecting the financial lives of everyday people we know. I used the case of Robert “Sully” Sullivan, Big Biz Show radio and TV personality and friend of Tax Resolution Services, who had just discovered he was a victim of IRS identity theft and was inquiring what to do next. Since that last meeting, I met with
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Tax Relief Round Up-Top Tax Stories of the Week

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Happy Friday! Here’s a look at tax relief news headlines we reported on this week:
Tax Scams and Schemes

Tax scams, tax schemes and identity theft are plaguing the IRS and taxpayers alike. This week’s tax scam warning advises taxpayers to lookout for an e-mail that appears to come from the IRS focused on confirming the EIN#’s of S and C-Corporations. Do not click on any links instead delete it entirely! Scammers
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IRS Tax Help for Business Startups

Monday, August 13th, 2012

Starting a business can be an exciting and overwhelming endeavor. If you are ready to take the plunge and start out on your own, make sure you factor tax strategy into the planning phase. The last thing you need as you run your business is backwards work with tax troubles.
Some of the best tax help is right at your fingertips via the IRS website, Through its Publication 583, titled
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IRS Allowed Fraud When they Rushed to Issue ID Numbers

Friday, August 10th, 2012

The IRS is currently in the hot seat after a scathing Treasury Department report shows they rushed too quickly to issue identification numbers to non-U.S. residents then didn’t detect the millions in tax fraud this hurried pace caused. In their recent article: IRS Allowed Fraud in Rush to Issue ID Numbers, Audit Says, Bloomberg reports that the Treasury audit highlighted an IRS Agency emphasis on processing applications, while also creating
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Tax Man and Tax Team Solve Client IRS Tax Problems

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

The Tax Man series began as a way to explain to taxpayers how tax resolution with the IRS works. Seasoned pros like my Tax Team best demonstrate this process by sharing how they are able to resolve even the most difficult client IRS tax problems. In this latest episode, the Tax Team of Tax Resolution Services gives examples of how they employ tax resolution tactics to find the best tax
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IRS Payroll Tax Problems Claim Alabama Town

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Small business is no stranger to payroll tax problems, but when a city becomes a victim, it makes headlines. An article from Channel 11 entitled IRS Says York Failed to Make Payroll Tax Payments reported that a representative from the Internal Revenue Service traveled to York, Alabama to meet with city officials to discuss their specific tax issue: unpaid payroll taxes.
It appears that the city administrator, Tim Sweezey and
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Tax Resolution Services Offers Returning Veterans Free Tax Advice

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

As a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS) Returning Combat Veterans Program, Tax Resolution Services is honored to offer free tax services for to military personnel returning from combat duty facing IRS problems and in need expert tax relief.
According to a USA Today article released yesterday entitled Troops owe IRS $390 million, some military men and women are finding themselves exiting a war zone to come
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Tax Help Tip-Avoid Common Tax Return Mistakes

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Countdown to tax day: 12 days
On my recent appearance to Midday Sunday Fox 11 with host Tony Valdez, Tony asked me about the typical mistakes taxpayers make when filing their taxes. Here are the four most common:
1. Forgetting to sign the tax return
This is the number one avoidable mistake people make every year. They are rushing to get their taxes done, forget to sign the returns, put them in
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Identity Theft Prevention – Florida Scammers in Prison

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

It’s nice to see that a tax scheme involving identity theft was thwarted. A recent article in the Miami Herald entitled Two South Florida Men Plead Guilty in IRS Tax-Refund Scheme reports that two men, Jean LaFrance, and Carlos Orozco used stolen social security records to submit false tax returns to the IRS over the past year. Both men were volunteers at the Pembroke Pines Social Security Office and had
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