Business Income Tax

IRS Audit Period Is 3 Years, 6 Years Or Forever: How To Cut Your Risk

It is only natural to worry about an IRS audit, and the duration of audit periods can be downright frightening. Tax lawyers and accountants are used to monitoring the duration of their clients’ audit exposure, and so should you.

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (September 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: Benefits Of Starting Your Tax Planning Early In the Year What To Do If You’re Audited By the IRS 13 Advantages Of Keeping Personal And Business Bank Accounts Separate Ins And Outs of Settling With the

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (August 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: 12 Small Business Tips From Podcasts Used By the Pros Top Ten Money Mistakes People With Modest Incomes Make Should Financial Success Be Your Ultimate Goal? Tax Witholding Estimator The IRS Will Waive This 2018 Penalty

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (July 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: 3 Costly Tax Mistakes to Avoid 6 Summertime Uses For This Tax-Favored Savings Account Understanding How Taxpayers May Appeal to the IRS Office of Appeals This Crazy Map Shows You How Complicated The Tax Code Has

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (June 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: Optimizing Residential Real Estate Deductions Tax Court Approves IRS Denial of Installment Plan Request The Marriage Tax Penalty, Post-TCJA 3 Great New Tax Videos! IRS TAX TIP: Here’s What Taxpayers Should Know Before Visiting an IRS

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (May 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: Tax Levy: What It Is, How It Works and How to Stop One What Is A Tax Lien? IRS corrects error in Schedule D tax calculation worksheet 3 Great New Tax Videos! IRS TAX TIP: Taxpayer

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IRS TAX TIP: Taxpayer Bill of Rights Provides Protections

All taxpayers have fundamental rights when working with the IRS. The agency outlines them on IRS.gov and in Publication 1. To help taxpayers understand their rights, here is a list of them with a brief description of each one:

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Didn’t Pay Your Taxes? Here’s What the IRS Can Do to You

You don’t want to play chicken with the Internal Revenue Service. Tax season is over, and the vast majority of taxpayers have filed their returns and paid any outstanding taxes they owed. But for a significant number of people, paying

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