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Spouse’s Bad Credit Killing Hopes of a Mortgage? Save Your Home and Marriage!

You probably didn’t think to run a credit check on your spouse before you got married. After all, love reigns supreme, right? But when it comes time to buy a home and your lender reveals serious issues with your spouse’s credit,

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IRS Warns About Tax Scams Related To Hurricanes, Wildfires & Vegas Shooting

The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers about tax and information-stealing scams that continue to be reported around the country. Phishing, phone scams and identity theft top the list of items normally reported. However, following hurricanes and other disasters, the

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Crabb Tax Services Newsletter (October 2017)

TOPICS IN THIS ISSUE: Top 5 Tips On How To Handle Back Taxes California Extends Offer In Compromise Program For Five Years IRS TAX TIP: Learn about Tax Benefits for Education I Owe Joint Taxes with My Spouse: What Do

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California Extends Offer In Compromise Program For Five Years

California’s Governor Brown has signed a bill (AB 525) which extends the life-span of the Board of Equalization’s (BOE) Offer in Compromise program for an additional 5 years. Offer in Compromise is a state program that allows small businesses to

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What To Do If You Miss the IRS Tax Filing Deadline – What if You Can’t Pay?

Whether you need to file a tax return or not depends on your gross income, filing status and age.  Generally, you’re not required to file a return if you’re under the filing threshold which is the combination of your standard

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Should You Pay Down Debt First Or Build Up Savings?

Simple math suggests it’s likely better to get rid of debt before saving for retirement or adding to your emergency fund. In general, if the interest you pay is higher than the interest you earn, you’re losing money. By Amy

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IRS Shuts Down Mom And Pop Dressmaker, Sells Dresses Within Hours

The unmarked vehicles arrived in the morning. More than 20 armed agents poured out. Hours later, Mii’s Bridal & Tuxedo was out of business after serving customers for decades. Its entire inventory of wedding gowns and dresses as well as

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IRS Problems Won’t Go Away On Their Own

Dealing with the IRS can be overwhelming, making life feel like it’s falling apart. Uncertainty about the future may be mounting as you try desperately to find a way to pay a debt that you have little or no funds

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I Owe Joint Taxes with My Spouse: What Do You Do? Innocent Spouse Relief

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If a joint tax return is filed by a married couple, and the taxes are not paid or the IRS comes in and audits – asserting that additional taxes are due – a spouse may be entitled to be excused

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IRS Collections: A Primer For Tax Preparers

CPAs, Enrolled Agents and attorneys are part of a privileged group that can represent taxpayers at all levels before the IRS, yet many choose not to extend their practice when collections issues arise. For those that do, there are some

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IRS Pays Out Billions In Phony Refunds To Tax Scammers (VIDEO)

The FBI is looking into suspicious federal returns filed using Turbo Tax software, as a number of states work to contain a wave of criminal filings. The scams are delaying refunds around the country. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger

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How To Protect Yourself From A Tax-Cheating Spouse

Couples who elect to file a joint tax return enjoy many advantages. But when you do file jointly, know that both spouses are “jointly and severally liable” for the taxes owed. This means if one spouse is a tax cheat,

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Top 5 Tips On How To Handle Back Taxes

If you are one of the millions of taxpayers who owe back taxes to the IRS there are certain actions you can take to protect yourself from garnishment.

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IRS TAX TIP: Learn about Tax Benefits for Education

The beginning of the school year is a good time for a reminder of the tax benefits for education. These benefits can help offset qualifying education costs. Here is information about two tax credits available to those who pay higher

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You Owe IRS Taxes: What Do You Do? The Offer in Compromise

Where individuals and businesses owe IRS taxes, the IRS has a settlement program where it can legally accept less than what is owed.  Known as an “Offer in Compromise,” Congress has given the IRS the authority to “compromise” and reduce

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