If you’re trying to file current or past tax returns, or are dealing with back tax problems, you should find out what the IRS knows about you by obtaining your IRS transcripts. The IRS offers five different transcript types that can help you find the version of your tax history…
As a result of the 1998 IRS Restructuring & Reform Act taxpayers were given Collection Due Process Hearing rights which they must be advised of before enforced collection action can occur.
Considering how many priorities, problems, and distractions a business owner deals with every day, it should come as no surprise that IRS payroll tax issues may arise. Whether you filed your payroll returns late or failed to make payroll tax deposits, unresolved business tax problems can become major legal and…
When you’re struggling with tax issues and need urgent tax resolution assistance, East Coast Tax Consulting Group is your answer. From helping you with unfiled tax returns to negotiating back tax settlements to providing IRS audit defense, our skilled CPAs have your back when it truly matters.
The Currently Not Collectible (CNC) program is an IRS program designed to provide relief from collection activities for taxpayers who would encounter undue financial hardship if they had to pay their tax debt. The IRS requires you to provide information relating to your income, expenses and assets.
There are many reasons why taxpayers find themselves with tax problems and on rare occasions it is due to criminal intent. However, the majority of tax problem resolution cases we deal with are caused by some serious event that occurred in the taxpayer’s life.
The IRS has the authority to enter into payment plans with taxpayers who owe back taxes. In a effort to streamline the processing of these agreements the IRS continues to test expanded criteria for taxpayers requesting installment agreements.
In April, the IRS began mailing letters to a small group of taxpayers whose past due tax accounts are being assigned to one of four private debt collection agencies. The program will expand to thousands of other taxpayers later in the spring and summer.
We’ve previously written about a law enacted in December 2015 that authorizes the Secretary of State to deny the issuance or renewal of passports to “seriously delinquent” taxpayers. The purpose of the law is to use travel as a way to enforce tax collections.