7 Tips for Avoiding an IRS Lien

An IRS lien destroys your credit. Once the lien is filed it is extremely difficult to get the IRS to release it. The best way to deal with a tax lien is to prevent it’s occurrence in the first place.

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Jail Time for Failure to Remit Florida Sales Taxes

It’s no secret that Florida has stepped up its efforts to find and prosecute individuals who are responsible for collecting and remitting sales taxes to the Department of Revenue. Now, it seems that the state has intensified the step up.

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Eliminating IRS penalties: Why you can do it and how.

When you file or pay your taxes late or are audited and changes are made to your return the IRS will usually assess a penalty against you. The IRS penalty rates vary greatly based on the circumstances.

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Innocent Spouse Relief: How to Apply for It

When you sign a joint tax return with your spouse you are jointly and severally liable for the tax, penalty and interest shown due on the return and for any assessments arising from a later audit of that return.

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Beware of Tax Scams

There are many so-called tax resolution firms out there that will promise anything to get you to part with your money. You’ve probably seen them hawking their wares on late night infomercials telling you they can get the IRS to accept pennies on the dollar in settlement of your tax debt.

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