Tax Resolution Resources

Navigate the complex world of tax resolution with our expert insights and strategies.

Tax collection is one of the main ways in which the government can generate revenue. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) serves as the primary agency responsible for collecting the taxes, enforcing tax laws, and ensuring taxpayers stay compliant. Behind the

Rocco Steco, the Acting Director for Collection Policy at the IRS, shared several updates in a recent interview with a tax attorney. Here are the key points for taxpayers: The streamlined agreement for balances up to $250,000, which can be

Starting January 1, 2024, numerous U.S. companies will be required to disclose their beneficial owners — those who ultimately own or control the company — to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). To aid small businesses with this new mandate,

Navigating the IRS collection process can be a daunting journey for taxpayers. It begins with ensuring tax compliance, including filing returns for the past six years and making current tax payments. What follows is a sequence of notifications and legal

In the face of ongoing COVID-19 – if you currently own or manage a small business, you’ve probably experienced bouts of high demand or you’re preparing for the worst again – to potentially be shuttered by law for a few

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7 Secrets The IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know

With years of record deficits, the government is more eager than ever to get every dollar of back taxes and IRS penalties from delinquent taxpayers. If you find yourself owing back taxes and IRS penalties, here are the seven little secrets the IRS hopes you never see.