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Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code offers rules that will allow income taxes to be completely discharged. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies provide protections for different types of taxpayers. However, just knowing that you qualify to resolve your tax debt under either of these options may prevent you from having to file a bankruptcy at all. Read More...
If you do not respond to IRS Collection notices, you could be hit with any of the following enforcement collection actions: Federal Tax Lien, Levy, Seizure, Summons. Learn how to avoid these actions. Read More...
The IRS Appeals office is independent of any other IRS office and serves as the administrative forum for any taxpayer contesting an IRS compliance action. The IRS recently reported that Appeals resolves more than 100,000 cases per year. Learn how yours can be one of them. Read More...
If you don’t file a tax return, the IRS will file what is called a Substitute for a Return (SFR) on your behalf based on information the IRS pulls from sources other than you. This return will not include any additional exemptions or expenses you may be entitled to, and may in fact overstate your real tax liability. Learn how you can avoid this. Read More...

Tax Services

Delinquent Tax Prep

People don’t file taxes for several reasons but the most common is simply that there’s a year where they either suspect or know they’re looking at a significant tax bill and they feel like they can’t pay it. Many of the people and businesses I’ve worked with haven’t filed for between six and 10 years. Read More...

Tax Planning

Most people don’t like to hear what they owe in taxes, but few want to be genuinely surprised about their tax bill. Thoughtful tax planning can remove that element of surprise and help you better plan for tax time. Read about the life changes many people face that may affect your tax bill. Read More...

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