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16
Jan

Can the IRS take away my home?

YES, they can, but most likely they won’t. The IRS has the ability and legal power to seize your property to force you to pay back your tax debt. Taking your property is one of the most potent and fearful tactics in its arsenal. However, the IRS does not seize any tax debtor’s property any

11
Jan

Why did some people did not receive the second stimulus payment?

The second stimulus bill was voted for by the government at the end of last year. Many Americans who earn less than $75,000 have already started to receive their check directly deposited into their primary bank account is reported to the IRS. However, many people will have to wait for the money to arrive in

08
Jan

What is Offer in Compromise and How Does it Work?

An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is an agreement between the IRS and a person who owes tax debt to the IRS to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount they were originally owed. Anyone who owes tax debt can make the offer, but IRS will only accept the offer from qualified taxpayers

30
Dec

2020 Tax Prep Reservations for Your Tax Resolution Plan

It’s that dreaded time of your for some of you, I know. However, if you need to ensure your IRS settlement stays safe or you are trying to negotiate with the IRS over tax debt, you need to ensure these three things! 1. FILE ON TIME! 2. DON’T PILE ON MORE TAX DEBT. (However, if

18
Dec

New Tax Debt Relief Program Annouced from the IRS

The IRS released a new program this week called the Taxpayer Relief Initiative, which aims to assist taxpayers who cannot pay their taxes because of the ongoing pandemic.  Taxpayers who have tax debt from previous years or due to the continuing pandemic and unable to pay for the debt have options offered by the IRS,