The IRS Seized Nearly $60,000 from an Innocent Man for Not Depositing Enough Money to His Bank Account
Estimated Reading Time: 5 Minutes The IRS Seized Nearly $60,000 from an Innocent Man for Not Depositing Enough Money to His Bank Account The IRS and the overall government have a wide set of rules, guidelines and laws in place when it comes to banking; a lot of this is an attempt to curb criminal […]
IRS Doing Its’ Part: Tax Relief to Hurricane Victims
In the wake of tragedy, our nation always manages to come together to help those in needs. Everyone from rock stars, sports stars, movie stars, politicians, have pledged relief to those affected. Now, the IRS is doing their part to provide relief to those affected by this tragedy. The IRS announced on Tuesday that victims […]
Mayweather Claims He Can’t Pay 2015 Tax Liability Until Upcoming Fight vs. McGregor in IRS Petition
Image: Chris Carlson/Associated Press Boxer Floyd Mayweather Petitions IRS: Claims He Can’t Pay 2015 Tax Liability Floyd Mayweather is set to fight the UFC Irish bad-boy, Conor McGregor, on August 26th. The fight will no-doubt be one for the books. However, for Mayweather, this fight is about much more than just getting another win in […]
What’s an IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy?
Estimated Reading Time: 7 Minutes There it is. A certified letter from the IRS, and you have a gut feeling it probably does not contain the thousands in tax refunds you’ve always imagined. Instead it’s an IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy. What does it mean? And why are you receiving it? IRS Letters […]
No Longer Dead, IRS Owes Man Tens of Thousands In Tax Refunds
Declared Dead by IRS for 29 Years, Living Man Finally ‘Resurrected’ Original Article by Karen Bleier, May 10, 2017, 4:38 PM (CBS/AP) At just four years old, a Minnesota man was falsely declared dead by the IRS. Now, 29 years later and with the help of his state senator, the IRS finally recognizes that Adam […]
Breaking: Private Debt Collection Agencies to Chase Down Your Debt in 2017
Estimated Reading Time: 8 Minutes The mainstream media has now started picking up on the IRS private debt collection program. We reviewed the Private Collection of IRS Debt back in January in our post Someone’s Claiming I Owe Money To The IRS. Is This Legit?. View the post to learn how you can protect yourself and […]
How the IRS Seized Millions From Small Businesses: Equitable Sharing or Extortion?
Estimated Reading Time: 8 Minutes If you’re a small business owner, following the rules won’t necessarily stop the IRS from seizing your bank account. Under loose allegations of business owners making evasive deposits, the IRS has taken millions from small business owners. How they did it will shock you Federal law allows the IRS to […]
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Can the IRS Take Your 401(k)?
Estimated Reading Time: 7 Minutes If you’ve worked your entire life to save money for your retirement, it can pose a serious issue if you receive a notice of delinquent federal taxes from the IRS. It may feel unfair and worrisome for both yourself and your family. You may wonder how it is possible for the […]
No Health Insurance? No problem. Here’s what the IRS is Now Saying About Withholding Tax Refunds.
Estimated reading time: 8 minutes If you’re one of the 29 million people in the United States worrying about receiving an IRS penalty for not having health insurance in this past year this is good news. So you can take a moment to wipe the sweat off your brow for now. The Trump Administration and […]
The Complete Guide to IRS Notices
In our past blog post, IRS Notices Decoded: What Your IRS Notice Means we reviewed the reasons you may have received a notice from the IRS, advised how you should move forward, and provided a list of common notices with their definitions. Since it’s tax season we decided to one-up ourselves and provide you with […]
IRS Notices Decoded: What Your IRS Notice Means
Estimated reading time: 8 minutes You have received a letter or notice from the IRS. Of the many questions going through your head, the most important one is likely, “what does my IRS notice number mean?” Whatever the case may be, if you received a letter or notice from the IRS it is most likely […]
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How to Respond to an IRS Notice Letter (or IRS Notice of Deficiency)
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes. You have received an IRS Notice letter in the mail. On its front are stamped the letters “IRS.” The pit of your stomach drops and this once innocuous envelope now holds your full attention. What do you do next? Open Your IRS Letter First, open it. It may not be […]