IRS to Seize Homes and Retirement Counts for Back Taxes

Again, from Paul Caron: IRS to Wage ‘Full Court Press’ Against Homes, Retirement Accounts for Back Taxes Washington Examiner, Obama’s IRS to Initiate Full Court Press, Warn Tax Law Experts: As 2012 approaches, tax attorneys…

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IRS Non-Collectible Status

When you owe money to the IRS and cannot pay it in full there are generally 3 non-bankruptcy options available to you: Make a settlement offer known as an Offer in Compromise; Request an installment…

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Tax Court Update – June 4, 2009 – Failure to Provide Finanical Statements

Thomas B. and Labelle B. Lance v Commissioner of Internal Revenue– In this case the taxpayers requested an offer in compromise on the basis of doubt as to collectibility or, in the alternative, an installment…

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Is IRS Offer in Compromise Program a Sham?

The National Law Journal has a great article titled Attorneys Angered Over Lack of IRS Aid  which tells about the IRS’s failure to efficiently and properly evaluate and process Offers in Compromise and Partial Payment Installment…

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Tax Court Update – February 2009 – IRS Abuse of Discretion and the Internal Revenue Manual

Gregory H. Haubrich v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue – The taxpayer, Haubrich, filed a form 12153 Request for a Collection Hearing,  requesting, among other things, that the IRS enter into an Installment Agreement with him…

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