If you are not sure where to start, hiring an experienced IRS attorney is the best way to go. In this blog, we are going to look at some of the top tips for filing your IRS taxes for 2021. Take a look!
Correspondence season is in full swing. That means that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is sending out bills and notices to taxpayers. It may be hard for taxpayers to tell the real thing from the fakes - and scammers are taking advantage of the confusion. Here’s what you need to know.
While many government services continue to be unavailable, it does not mean that the October 15 IRS deadlines are moot. Read our latest blog to find out what is expected from taxpayers by midnight on Tuesday. Avoid IRS penalties by being informed and submitting all expected documents. #IRS #tax_deadline #extension #tax-exempt #nonprofit #government_shutdown
IRS updates process for frequently asked questions on new tax legislation and addresses reliance concerns WASHINGTON — Today, the Internal Revenue Service is updating its process for certain frequently asked questions (FAQs) on newly enacted tax legislation. The IRS is updating this process to address concerns regarding transparency and the potential impact on taxpayers when these FAQs are updated or revised. Read more #taxationservice #taxconsultation
Do you owe the IRS money, but are confused about how to fill out the Form 9465? Income Tax Returns can often be daunting especially if you find out that you owe more tax that then you can immediately pay. If you are one of the Americans who find themselves in similar situations, you are in for a surprise! The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a program specifically designed to help you by allowing you to make your payments on monthly installments as opposed to a one-time payment.