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  • How Small Businesses Can Use Newsletters

    A newsletter is a cost-effective medium for building relationships with customers and prospects -- and even for recruiting. Click through to see how a newsletter can increase your awareness of your company.

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  • Installment Agreements Can Be The Best Solution

    When you owe the IRS money, the first letter you get requests full payment.  Every additional letter, telephone call, and the personal meeting begin with the same demand.  Sometimes taxpayers can write the check, but more times than not, there is no ability to pay the debt immediately. Click through the read more.

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  • Last-Minute Tax Planning Under the New Tax Law

    Many individuals and families take advantage of end-of-year tax strategies. This year, those strategies take on new meaning as the tax reform law comes into play. Click through for some tips on working around new rules.

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  • How To Be Eligible For An IRS Deal

    "You have to be compliant and stay current".  I probably should record that statement and play it every day to my current and prospective clients.  What it means is that in order for me to strike a deal with the IRS, you have to file your back tax returns. Click through to read more

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  • How to Be an Executor

    It may be your duty someday to carry out the final wishes of a family member or close friend. What are you responsibilities? Click through to find what you need to know as an executor, and where you can get help.

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  • The Latest Rules on Charitable Donations

    With a much larger standard deduction in play, and lower marginal tax rates, the charitable giving world has changed. Has anything else changed? Click through for the latest IRS guidance on charitable giving.

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  • IRS Private Debt Collectors Fail ... Again

    You may remember my article last year, "IRS Tries Private Debt Collectors ... Again", where I predicted three times would not be a charm. Yes, the idea has failed not once, not twice, but thrice. Click through to read more.

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  • Is This Your Situation: You Haven't Filed Tax Returns in Years

    So you didn't file last year. Or the year before that, even though you were required to file. You may be facing some penalties, but all is not lost. Click through to learn how to get back into the IRS's good graces.

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  • Bracket Changes and More From the IRS

    Washington is abuzz with talk of tax reform, although there's no certainty what, if anything, will happen. But the IRS is proceeding, for now, as if 2018 will be business as usual. Click through for bracket and deduction changes.

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  • What Do Those IRS Certified Letters Mean?

    The IRS will not make the first contact with you by telephone. Only scammers call.

    The IRS does not use email. Only scammers use email.

    Click through to read more.

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  • Don't Roll the Dice on Taxes and Gambling Income

    Gambling winnings are fully taxable and must be reported on your federal income tax return. Click through to see that it doesn’t matter what games you play -- you’re required to report all your gambling winnings and pay taxes.

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  • How to Calculate Severance Pay

    Severance pay is usually offered to employees after termination from their jobs. Though generally not required to provide it, companies often base it on length of employment. Click through to see how other firms handle this.

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  • Getting a Break From a Spouse's Tax Error

    If you sign a joint return, the IRS may be able to collect any outstanding tax relating to that return from you -- even if your spouse was the one who reported incorrectly. Click through to discover the ways you can escape paying your spouse's tax.

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  • Big Changes in Social Security and Retirement Plans for 2018

    Every year, the IRS and Social Security Administration tweak essential numbers for Social Security and retirement plans — and this year is no different. Click through for the need-to-know numbers for 2018.

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  • Charitable Giving Under the New Tax Law

    Important new tax changes mean that the charitably minded might want to consider new giving strategies and take a look at appreciated stock and donor-advised funds. Click through for insights into charity in this new era.

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  • How to Dress for Success in Today's World

    In past generations, office wear was a simple proposition, but today, guidelines for proper clothes are all over the place. Click through for some thoughts on dressing for success in these confusing times.

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  • The End of the 40-Hour Workweek?

    Ever since we were students in classrooms, our days have been structured around eight-hour blocks. But does that make sense? Click through to enter a discussion on whether we can set our own schedules.

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  • What to Do After a Hurricane

    Did you just get through hurricane? Do you know someone who did? Now comes the time to rebuild and repair homes, businesses and communities. Click through for a helping hand to get you -- or your friends and family -- through the coming weeks.

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  • Know the Tax Rules for Part-time or Seasonal Help

    From resorts during the summer to department stores in December, many businesses need to hire part-time and seasonal help. Click through to learn about the special tax rules for these kinds of staffers.

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  • Pennsylvania Man Gets Probation, Ordered To Pay More Than $100,000

    A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to pay $105,906 in restitution. Click through to read more.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Trying to Avoid Penalties for Employee Misclassification

    If the difference between exempt and nonexempt employees causes lots of confusion, you're not alone. Both large and small companies can find the dividing line difficult to draw. Click through for tips on understanding the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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  • Should You Consider Owning a Franchise?

    Maybe you're tired of working for someone else. But starting your own business can be risky. A middle ground for many is the franchise -- be your own boss, but with the backing of a big company. Click through to see if this is the right move for you.

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  • The Complex World of Flood Insurance

    Many people don't think they need flood insurance, but they do. Others think they have it, but they don't. Flood insurance is a complex topic. Click through for an introduction to flood insurance that can save you a fortune.

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  • QDIAs for Retirement Plans: Does Your Company Need Them?

    Having a qualified default investment alternative relieves you and plan fiduciaries of certain liabilities. Click through to enhance 401(k) plans by providing investments with potential for long-term growth regardless of how engaged employees are.

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  • Know What's on Your Employees' Paychecks

    The final total on a paycheck isn't the only important information for your staff. Click through for an introduction to payroll numbers so you can address questions about deductions on employees' pay stubs.

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  • The Major Tax Changes: An Overview

    The recently approved tax bill contains massive changes, and financial professionals will be poring over the details for months. For now, everyone should know at least the basics. Click through for an overview of the changes.

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  • How to Get a Tax Break After a Disaster

    Each season brings its worries about potential natural disasters, including hurricanes, blizzards, tornadoes and floods. But know that the damage is often tax-deductible. Click through to see what the IRS allows after a major loss.

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  • Budget Cuts Weaken IRS Enforcement

    A typical conversation starts with me asking, “Hey Mike, what's going on?”  The answer is, “One year, four months, eight days, Mr. Klitzner.”  That is the countdown to his retirement. Click through to read more.

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  • Virginian Caused
    $3 Million Tax Loss

    A Virginia man was sentenced to 20 months in prison for a tax fraud conspiracy that caused a loss to the IRS of more than $3 million. Click through to read more.

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  • IRS Issues Small but Important Changes to ACA Forms

    The Affordable Care Act has certainly been front and center in the news during the past few months. And with little fanfare, the IRS has also made some changes to ACA forms. Click through to find out what these were, and how they may affect you.

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  • Want to Succeed? Become a Joiner!

    Becoming a member of professional organizations can help you strengthen your network, furthering your career. Click through to see how you can enhance your professional development through business associations.

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  • How to Protect Your Estate From an Ex

    One of the most common motivations for using trusts is to minimize the risk that a future divorce will expose assets to the reach of your ex-spouse. Click through to become wise to practical steps to take to keep assets safe from your ex.

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  • Is This Your Situation: You're Confused About Retirement Account Taxes

    How you utilize your retirement accounts can make a big difference in determining your income tax liability. Click through to get a better understanding of the tax effects of withdrawing money from retirement accounts.

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    A South Carolina man was sentenced to more than three years in prison for tax evasion. Click the photo to read the full article.

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  • Charged With Tax Evasion, Rapper Dmx Takes Plea Deal

    He allegedly tried to avoid paying $1.7 million in taxes owed to the IRS. Click through to read more.

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  • How to Communicate With Your Staff

    The quality of your senior management's internal communication says a lot about your company. Click through to see plenty of ways to continue to improve workplace communication.

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  • Why Is Padding Your Tax Deductions a Risky Proposition?

    Everyone does it, right? Padding your tax deductions may not seem like you're playing a game of Russian roulette, but the risk can be substantial. Click through to learn more about padding deductions and better solutions for your business.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Sweating Over a Company Audit

    Getting ready for a financial statement audit is a huge task, and if it doesn't go well, the implications are serious. Click through to make sure you're ready.

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  • Benefit Transfers When a Spouse Dies

    A spouse dies. What happens to their benefits? This tiny question becomes quite giant when bills start piling up and you never had to pay any of them before. Click through to get some tips on how to handle this.

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  • How to Choose a Credit Card

    No single credit card is better than all others in all categories for all people. Click through to learn how to choose a card that best fits your spending habits and credit situation.

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  • Surviving the Personal Tax Audit

    It's the fear of every taxpayer and a staple subject of comedians and TV shows: the tax audit. But you can make it go a lot more smoothly, and increase the odds of a good outcome, if you are well-prepared.

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  • My Day at the US Supreme Court

    From August 7 to August 10, I was speaking at a seminar for tax professionals in Washington DC. I presented on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, with a day off on Wednesday.  
    I have not been to Washington in several years, so I decided to sightsee. Click through to read more.

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  • How Does the ADA Work?

    The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal law that prohibits employers from discriminating against a qualified person who has a disability. Click through to discover what's meant by the ADA's call for reasonable accommodations and who decides what's reasonable.

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  • Former Prosecutor Charged In Tax Case

    A former local prosecutor in Ohio and an accomplice were charged with fraudulent tax claims and theft of government money. Click through to read more.

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  • If IRS Says “No”, APPEAL

    One of the great parts of representing taxpayers with IRS problems is that the law gives them plenty of rights.  One of my favorite is the appeal. Click through to read more.

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  • Delinquent Taxpayers Should Take Advantage of Shutdown

    The IRS is temporarily out of business. Taxpayers who owe money, are being audited, or who have not filed their returns may be breathing a sigh of relief. Wrong strategy. They need to take advantage of the situation. Click PHOTO to read more.

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  • 5 Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft When Shopping

    The holiday season is a particularly risky time when it comes to identity theft. Click through for 5 tips to make sure you don’t fall victim to identity theft during the holidays.

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  • The Truth About Offers In Compromise

    In the real world, people and businesses settle for less all the time.  So when they come to me with a tax problem, they want to know if they can make a deal with the IRS. Click through for more details.

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  • Former CPA Found Guilty At Trial

    A former accountant was sentenced to 36 months in prison for obstructing the administration of the internal revenue laws. Click through to read more.

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  • QuickBooks Can Help Prevent Fraud

    Have you ever wondered if you have theft occurring in your business? You don't necessarily need a private eye. Click through to learn how QuickBooks might be able to uncover fraudulent activity.

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  • The Ins and Outs of Depositing and Reporting Employment Taxes

    The list of IRS forms you have to complete can be daunting, but once you get the hang of it, it's a straightforward process. Click through to get the facts about depositing and reporting employment taxes.

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  • The Pros and Cons of Becoming an ESOP

    An employee stock ownership plan can be just the ticket for the right kind of company. How does it work, and is it the right model for your business? Click through for an introduction to this popular method for owning a company.

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  • Take a Look at the New HSA Plan Limits

    The Internal Revenue Service just announced the 2018 inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts, and they're up. Click through to see by how much and what other changes might be coming.

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  • When Employees Cross State Lines

    Even small companies can find themselves with employees who have to commute across state borders to work. This can make payroll difficult. Click through for an introduction to the complex tax rules.

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  • What to Know About 'Power of Attorney'

    A power of attorney allows you to appoint a person or organization to manage your affairs if you become unable to do so. Click through to discover the different types of powers of attorney with different levels of control.

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  • Oklahoma Man Sentenced to 37 Months for Tax Fraud, Failure to Pay Taxes to IRS

    An Oklahoma man was sentenced to 37 months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for tax fraud and failure to pay over employment taxes. Click through to read more.

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  • Auto Body Shop Owner Admits to Diverting Business Checks

    A West Virginia man pleaded guilty to a tax crime, admitting that from 2010 through at least 2013, he diverted checks intended for his auto body business. Click through to read more.

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  • Get the Inside Scoop on Annuities

    Annuities can be a good way to ensure a steady stream of income in retirement, but you need to do a lot of investigating beforehand. Click through to find out if annuities are right for you, and how to choose one.

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  • Texas Man Charged with Tax Evading Taxes

    A Texas man has been indicted for allegedly attempting to evade paying approximately $900,000 in taxes. Click through to read more.

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  • Texas Woman Did Not Pay Taxes, Attempted To Hinder Collection

    She set up nominee bank accounts in effort to stop collection on more than $500,000 in back taxes. Click through to read more.

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  • Are You Giving Your Taxes Year-round Attention?

    Giving your taxes your full attention just once a year isn’t the best business strategy. Experts suggest that a year-round approach is better for your finances. Click through to learn the best ways to evaluate the impact of taxes throughout the year.

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  • Man’s False Tax Returns Could Mean 10 Years

    He filed the false returns for friends and family. Click through to read more.

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  • Teaching Boot Camps and Having a Blast

    Earlier this year I was asked by the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers to teach two day IRS Tax Resolution Boot Camps around the country.  The attendees are attorneys, CPAs and enrolled agents. Click thru to read where I've been and where I'm going

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  • The IRS Returns to Florida

    They're baaaack. After 4 1/2 months of no activity, the IRS will be back in Florida on February 1. None of the Revenue Officers (who are the collectors) or the Revenue Agents (who are the auditors) physically left the state, but they have been quiet. Click through to read more.

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  • Property Taxes: How Are They Calculated?

    Understanding how property taxes are calculated is critical to making sure the appropriate rate is charged. Click through to determine whether you're paying the lowest taxes possible and maximizing your returns.

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  • IRS Myth 2 - Taxpayers Have No Right To Question IRS Decisions

    Click Through to learn the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

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  • Tips on Managing the Ubiquitous Form 1099

    In today's economy, it may seem that there's a thin line between your employees and your contractors, but there's a world of difference to the IRS. One important distinction is the tax form used. Click through for the Form 1099 basics.

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    An Arizona chiropractor was sentenced to 30 months in prison and was ordered to pay $703,478 in restitution to the federal government after being found guilty by a federal jury of five counts of filing false and fictitious claims for tax refunds. Click through to read more

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  • ‘Family Matters’ Star Says He Owes IRS $90k

    Actor Darius McCrary, best known for his role as Edward “Eddie” Winslow on the television sitcom Family Matters, says he owes the Internal Revenue Service $90,000 in back taxes.

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  • How to Challenge Property Taxes

    One thing all homeowners can agree on: Complaining about property taxes is one of their favorite pastimes. However, you may be able to actually do something about high taxes. Click through to learn how to appeal your property taxes.

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  • Know the Ins and Outs of Joint Tenancy

    It can be a great way to own property, helping owners avoid probate and spreading both risk and reward. But there are some pitfalls and it isn't for everyone. Click through for the key points of joint tenancy.

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    He told undercover agents profits were higher than tax returns showed.

    The former owner of the Myriad Ballroom in Mendon, Mass., was sentenced to one year of probation for tax fraud.

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  • Business Tax and Bad Debt

    Do you have a client or customer who won't pay? Even when all attempts to collect a bad debt have failed, the IRS may give you a break at filing time. Click through to see how to take that bad debt off your taxes.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About the Difference Between Categories of Workers

    Our clients or other government contractors often use "subcontractor" and "independent consultant" interchangeably; however, these terms are not synonymous. Click through to better understand the difference between these categories as well as full-time employees.

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  • When Is a Child Truly a Dependent?

    When is your child a child, at least in the eyes of the IRS? To claim your child as your dependent, your child must meet either of two tests. Click through to learn what the tests are and whether you meet them.

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  • 6 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid

    It's a "don't let this happen to you" situation: finding yourself nearing retirement with not enough money. Click through to learn about the mistakes you need to avoid.

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  • Actor Jason Momoa Owes IRS More Than $100,000 In Taxes

    Momoa is best known for playing the superhero Aquaman and for HBO’s Game of Thrones. Click through to read more.

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  • How to Manage Your 529 Plan in 2018

    The cost of college keeps going up, and you need to become more proactive in how you save for it. Click through for some insights into how to save for higher education and how these methods fit into the new tax law.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Confused About Salary Rules in an S-Corp

    S corporations are a great solution for the right kinds of businesses. However, they come with strict salary rules for their owners. Click through for the basics on S-corps to make sure you're in compliance.

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  • Calling the IRS?  Good Luck 

    The IRS will receive more than 95 million calls this year. They expect to answer about 60% of them during the current filing season. After that, the number is estimated to decline to 40%.  Figure in the calls with questions about the new tax law and the answer rate may be even lower. Click through to read more.

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  • Reap the Benefits of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit

    The Work Opportunity Tax Credit gives employers tax benefits for hiring people who fall within certain qualifying categories. This can be a big boon to companies and employers! Click through to learn the ins and outs.

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  • What to Know About Private Tax Debt Collection

    The IRS is hiring private debt collectors for the hard cases -- those who haven't responded to other attempts to collect back taxes. Click through to find out what this means for you and how to protect yourself.

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    The reality TV doctor’s wife owes back taxes to Uncle Sam.

    Click the photo to read the full article.

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  • Why Taxpayers Should Never Talk to the IRS!!

    "Before I get help for my IRS problem, I'm going to go speak personally to the IRS officer or agent. Once they hear what I have to say, I am sure they will understand."  Click through to read more.

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  • How the Tax Cuts Affect You and Me

    Much has been talked about and written about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  This is not really tax reform because the tax code has not been made simpler.   This is a tax cut meaning that most people will pay less taxes than they did before. Click through to read more.

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  • Businessman Failed to Pay Nearly $400k in Taxes

    According to court records, from 2008 through 2012, Steve Lopez, 68, owned and operated Ready Transport Services, a transportation business that mainly provided taxi services. From 2009 through 2012, he also owned RTS Ice Cream, Coffee and Candy Shop.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Stop Worrying about Your Spouse's Taxes

    One of the messiest taxation events that can occur happens when half of a couple creates tax or legal issues that spill over and impact the spouse. Fortunately, there is innocent-spouse relief. Click through to understand this complex concept.

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  • Pass-Through Entities and the 20 Percent Tax Break

    Much talk has been made of the new 20 percent tax deduction for pass-through entities but, as with most tax laws, it can get very complicated very quickly. Click through to learn more, and find out if you're entitled to the break!

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  • When It's Time to Take Money Out of Retirement Plans

    We spend much of our working life focused on how much we put into our retirement accounts. But eventually we have to focus on money coming out of the accounts. Click through for some guidance on the distribution rules.

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  • The IRS has 10 Years to Collect, But ...

    When I obtain transcripts from the IRS for my clients I always look for the day the tax was assessed because the IRS only has 10 years to collect the debt.  Click thru for some events that can occur over that period of time that stops the Statute of Limitations temporarily.

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  • Keep Track of Paycheck Withholding

    You may want to check paycheck withholding, says the IRS. Withholding errors can lead to unpleasant surprises at tax time. Click through to consider several factors that may affect refunds or the taxes owed in 2018.

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  • The IRS and Private Tax Debt Collection

    As we head into tax season, taxpayers should know that the IRS continues to use several private collection agencies. How may this affect you? Click through for the details on how the program works and what your rights are.

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  • Man Gets 36 Months In Prison For False Tax Claims Worth $1.6 Million

    A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to 36 months in prison for conspiring to defraud the government through false income tax claims. Click through to read more.

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  • 5 Ways to Avoid Micromanaging Your Staff

    It's a difficult line to walk: you have to properly supervise your staff, but if you spend too much time guiding them in their tasks, you squash initiative and destroy morale. Click through for some tips to avoid the micromanagement trap.

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  • In Search of a Financial Advisor

    Almost everyone could use some help managing their money, from the modest to the wealthy. How do you find someone reliable? Click through for some insights into choosing and working with a financial advisor.

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  • Is This Your Situation: Figuring Out Contractor Tax Breaks

    Did you know that if you're a contractor, you may have some tax breaks coming your way? But you have to know what they are! Click through to learn how you can work with your accountant to get what's coming to you.

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  • Portability: Sharing the Estate Tax Exemption

    Portability is a generous estate and gift tax break for married couples. Click through to learn how portability can allow spouses to pass substantial assets to heirs free of estate tax.

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  • How to Leave a House to Heirs

    If you're a parent, you probably want your children to inherit your home. It's best to plan for it —via estate planning. Click through to learn the choices available to you.

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  • Tax Calendar for the Rest of 2017

    Although April 15 is the most famous, there are plenty of other tax deadlines both businesses and individuals need to know. Click through for an annotated list of taxes to be paid between July 1 and Dec. 31.

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  • Texas Man Admits to Filing False Returns

    A Texas man faces up to three years in prison after pleading guilty to filing false personal tax returns. Click through to read more.

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  • What to Do if Your Business Is Audited

    An eerie feeling comes over you when the IRS determines your business owes tax money. Click through to get the scoop on IRS audits of business tax returns.

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  • Tax Defier Indicted in Washington State

    The owner of an interior design business in Washington state was indicted for a nearly 20-year scheme to avoid paying several hundred thousand dollars in income taxes. Click through to read more.

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