Posts Tagged ‘IRS problem solver’

National Tax Expert Disputes Talk of IRS Audit Decreases

Friday, May 31st, 2013

I wrote this latest press release after reading a CNN Money article titled “Spending cut bright spot: Fewer IRS audits.” I needed to dispute the article’s assertion that there would be fewer questioned tax returns as a result of the sequestering budget by Congress. The CNN article states that over $600 million in cuts to the IRS could result in IRS employee layoffs including examiners who audit tax returns. I agree
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New Tax Resolution Services Commercial Advises Tax Relief

Monday, April 29th, 2013

For fifteen years, I have helped resolve IRS tax issues for good people who made past tax mistakes and got into trouble with the IRS. These folks got the the tax relief they needed because they hired expert tax representation capable of handling cases such as theirs. A new Tax Resolution Services commercial for The Blaze TV reminds taxpayers who owe back taxes how important hiring certified tax representation to handle
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Tax Experts Give Free Webcast on IRS Collection Issues

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Tax practitioners who would like to develop skills to prevent and or resolve IRS collections are invited to join tax expert Eva Rosenberg, aka TaxMama® and yours truly for a complimentary webcast titled: “IRS Practice – Overview of Collection Issues. This course (part of the IRS Practice Series) provides an overview of the collections process and explores the numerous collection issues a practitioner may encounter including the
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IRS Audits Greater in Five Major U.S. Cities

Friday, April 19th, 2013

I wrote a post for the Tax Matters blog post about a recent report that revealed higher IRS audit rates in five major metropolitan areas. The culprits: small businesses attempting to tax dodge. An article by the Los Angeles Times titled “Los Angeles, San Francisco top cities for tax dodgers, study says” cites a new study from the National Taxpayer Advocate that analyzed IRS data of five metropolitan areas: San
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Tax Relief for Business Audits and Payroll Tax Issues

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

As Tax Day April 15th draws near, I will be reaching into archive blog posts to gather useful and informative posts that can help taxpayers avoid IRS issues and find tax relief. Today’s topic: small business tax audits.
In a previous post and TaxMan episode for the Big Biz Show, I discussed how small business owners often make themselves targets for harmful tax audits citing a tragic story of business owners
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Weekly Tax Resolution News Round-Up

Friday, March 1st, 2013

It’s Friday, and that means it’s time for a round-up of tax news we reported on this week. Here are some tax related stories that were particularly interesting:
Tax Help Tips
Eleven Tax Changes to Know before Filing
Now that tax season is here, I wanted to let people know that the recent changes to the tax code could affect their wallet! A Forbes article provided the eleven important changes that
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IRS Offer in Compromise Offers an Option to Resolving Tax Debt

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Question: The holidays are here, and I’m in financial trouble. I am stressed out about my tax bill, which is more than I can ever imagine being able to pay off. What can I do?

Answer: I know exactly how you feel, because I’ve had so many clients in the exact same position you’re in right now. The reasons can be different — changes in life circumstances, business failure, health
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IRS Warns Consumers of Hurricane Sandy Scams

Monday, November 12th, 2012

The IRS recently released a bulletin warning victims and consumers wanting to donate to a disaster relief charity to be on the look-out for scams that pop up as a result of Hurricane Sandy. The IRS recommends four tips to avoiding disaster scams: (read the full bulletin for more details).

Only give donations to recognized charitable organizations.
Don’t be fooled by charities with
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Settle Tax Debt with the IRS Offer in Compromise Program

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Question: I’m deep in a hole. My business failed after the economy collapse, and I owe a bundle in taxes. I’m not even sure exactly how much. But I know I can’t pay it. What can I do?

Answer: I’m very sorry to hear about your predicament, but if it’s any comfort, please know that you are not alone. There are many, many U.S. consumers in your situation — even
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Tax Expert Ponders GM-Facebook Ad Pull

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

I’m taking a break from tax issues as a certified tax resolution specialist to comment on an interesting news story that will have an effect on business advertising. Yesterday, a Wall Street Journal article GM Says Facebook Ads Don’t Pay Off announced that General Motors was going to stop advertising on Facebook claiming that their paid advertising on the site did little to influence consumer car purchases.
Analysts think this move
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Tax Resolution Services-Finalists for 2012 Stevie Awards for Business

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

It’s a great day at Tax Resolution Services. I am honored to announce that both Brian Compton and I have been selected as 2012 finalists for the 10th Annual American Business Awards, otherwise known as the Stevies.  I was a nominee in 2009 and 2011 -while it’s great to be recognized again by the ABA, I’m especially happy to Brian receiving recognition for his outstanding leadership.
Brian was selected as a
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Tax Expert Leads Free Webcast for Tax Practitioners

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

Eva Rosenberg is known as the TaxMama®, giving out much needed tax information to those in trouble with the IRS and doing all of it with a mother’s touch.
Tomorrow, Wednesday May 9th at 12:00pm (Pacific) it’s time for me, the TaxMan to meet the TaxMama and deliver sound advice through a complimentary (that’s FREE) live webcast. The topic we’ll be focusing on is “IRS Practice: Overview of Collection Issues.”
If you
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A Makeover for Tax Relief Companies

Monday, April 16th, 2012

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last twelve months, you are most likely aware that the tax debt resolution industry has been dragged through the mud and just about every media outlet under the sun has jumped on the bandwagon to kick a little extra dirt on the pile. Now, I’m not arguing that some serious wrongdoing hasn’t occurred, but this is clearly a case of an
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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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IRS Tax Help for Disaster Victims

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported 12 natural disasters in 2011 that each caused more than $1 billion in damages, ranging from Hurricane Irene, to severe wildfires, tornadoes and flooding.  As the victims of these disasters rebuild their lives from utter destruction, this tax season many are receiving IRS tax help.
USA Today’s article Tax Relief Possible for Losses in Natural Disasters reports the good news that taxpayers affected
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