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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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Free Tax Return Preparation for Qualifying Taxpayers

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to people who generally make $55,000 or less, persons with disabilities and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.

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IRS Reminds Taxpayers of Its Ability to Revoke Passports and Deny Passport Applications

What You Need to Do If You Plan to Travel Abroad and Have Unpaid Federal Taxes WRITTEN BY: Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP   Last week, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) published another friendly reminder that it was recently vested with the

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Report Suggests Congress And IRS Should Give Taxpayers More Time To File In 2019

It’s not your imagination: It really is a different kind of tax season. It’s so different that the National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF), a nonpartisan research and educational organization, is calling on Congress to extend the filing season. by Kelly Phillips

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (February 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: NEW! For 2019…Tax Videos to help you understand new tax laws and deal with special situations. Surprise, no tax refund for you! What not to do if you owe the IRS. 5 Personal Finance Podcasts Actually

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (January 2019)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: IRS Releases New Not-Quite-Postcard-Sized Form 1040 For 2018, Plus New Schedules Tax Trends Heading Into 2019 White House Says IRS Will Pay Tax Refunds During Government Shutdown AICPA and NCCPAP ask IRS to suspend tax penalties

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How To Analyze Your Annual Credit Report And Spot Errors

Nobody really likes to think about his or her credit report. Even if you’re 99% certain that your credit is in good standing, requesting your annual credit report can be an exercise in anxiety. Imagine if you’re wrong. Maybe, all along, you didn’t really understand your report in the first place.

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (November 2017)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: Individuals Who Need to Reconstruct Records After a Disaster IRS Warns About Tax Scams Related To Hurricanes, Wildfires & Vegas Shooting Tax Refund Fraudsters Already Had Much Of That Equifax Stolen Data Taxpayers Who Are Victims

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Understanding the Criminal Tax Plea Agreement

White collar defense attorneys and accountants engaged to assist in investigations conducted by the IRS Criminal Investigation Division are familiar with these words: “… the tax loss … is … $550,000 to $1,500,000 …” By Edward M. Waddington and Ricardo J.

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IRS Tax Tip: Taxpayers Who are Victims of Domestic Abuse Should Know Their Rights

Domestic abuse often includes control over finances. An important part of managing finances is understanding one’s tax rights. Taxpayers have the right to expect the IRS to consider facts and circumstances that might affect the individual’s taxes.

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IRS Tax Tip: Individuals Who Need to Reconstruct Records After a Disaster

Taxpayers who are victims of a disaster might need to reconstruct records to prove their loss. Doing this may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance, or insurance reimbursement. IRS Tax Tip 2017-54, October 4, 2017 Here are 12

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