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Be Familiar with Your IRS Tax Levy Rights

24th January 2013
What is a Levy? Frequently suggested together with liens, prices include actually taking property to fulfill tax debts where liens are simply a declare against property used as security for tax debts. The Inner Income Assistance (IRS) can use prices to ... Read >
Author: Ashley Thomas

Selling Your Home? You May Not Know About This Tax Break

06th November 2012
According to economic indicators, home prices are beginning to rise ever so slightly. Specifically, in 84 of 100 of the top markets, prices have increased at an annualized rate of 3.3%. It's not much, but it's definitely a welcome relief for the housing... Read >
Author: DanielTorelli

Should You File, and Then Opt out?

02nd November 2012
Announced February 8, 2011, the IRS 2011 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI) program is a welcome but conditional amnesty allowing taxpayers with foreign accounts to come clean and get into compliance with the IRS. The program runs through Sep... Read >
Author: Lance Wallach

International Tax, Transfer Pricing, FBAR Problems

02nd November 2012
The IRS dedicates enormous resources toward dealing with taxpayers who are involved with any form of transfer pricing. The transfer pricing provisions of IRC 482 address four general types of transactions between commonly owned or controlled parties. 1... Read >
Author: Lance Wallach

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10th November 2010
$1.3 Billion Dollars. Thatís the amount of unclaimed refund money the IRS is holding in their account. From the original filing deadline, each taxpayer has a window of just three years to claim refunds they are owed. Miss the window, and thatís it Ö no... Read >
Author: Ishan Goradiya

Preparing Profit and Loss Statement for the IRS

02nd October 2010
The IRS offers several programs to taxpayers with past-due federal income tax liabilities. The purpose of these various programs is to offer different ways for taxpayers to resolve their tax liabilities based on their unique financial situation. Some of t... Read >
Author: Roni Deutch

Advantages and Disadvantages of Tax Extensions

22nd March 2010
A tax extension is mere a procedure that provides you an additional six months towards file your tax coverage Forms . For a number of taxpayers, a tax extension can be a nice suggestion, and for others it may not be a nice suggestion at all. Let's posses... Read >
Author: Arun

Letters of Credit demystified

03rd March 2010
Although the idea of a letter of credit is simple, the paperwork is challenging. The idea is that the seller will receive payment when he presents certain documents at his bank even before the merchandise has reached the buyer. These "certain documents... Read >
Author: PATRICIA JOHNSON

Obama's Generous Stimulus Package Helps Mothers Go Back to School Through Scholarships

04th September 2009
The economy is stalling, while debt is accelerating. Sounds like a disaster. But perhaps it is not as dramatic as it sounds. An already overworked mom can let financial drama be a sudden defeat. Or hardy and hearty moms can take a proactive position, and ... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery

Fast Drop - Gran Canaria Real Estate Prices

04th June 2009
Owning a second or what is often known as a vacation home overseas for many British people has been an aspiration achieved by many since the early 1980's, when the UK allowed the free flow of capital, and property price gains allowed many to sell up in Br... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

IRS Offers in Compromise, What are the Payment Methods?

03rd September 2008
One of the settlement programs offered by the IRS is what is known as an Offer in Compromise. With this tax resolution, taxpayers make an agreement with the Internal Revenue Service to settles their tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. One ... Read >
Author: Roni Deutch

IRS Non-Filer? Don't Go to Jail! Here's What to Do:

12th April 2007
Results of Failing to File Your IRS Returns. If you have late tax returns, you face several possible bad consequences: ' Penalties. If taxes are owed, a delay in filing may result in penalty and interest charges that could increase your tax bill by 25 ... Read >
Author: David Jacquot

The Death Penalty, Is it Good Or Bad?

07th December 2005
By: David G. Hallstrom, Sr. I am and always have been the pro death penalty, however, even though I am pro death penalty, I probably would not be willing to pull the switch or push the button. I do not think that this makes me a hypocrit. Please bear w... Read >
Author: David Hallstrom
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