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Understanding the 2017 Obamacare Penalties

By Top Tax Staff

The Affordable Care Act will play a significant role in how you file taxes this year. If you do not have the lowest level of health insurance or failed to buy coverage at all last year, you could incur fines that take away from your refund or increase what you owe the IRS. Find out if you have to pay Obamacare fines this year or if you are exempt by learning more about the 2017 Affordable Care Act penalties.

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Six Tax Filing Mistakes to Avoid this Year

By Top Tax Staff

The IRS is a stickler for details as it reviews your tax returns each year. It looks for any entry that makes this year's return markedly different from last year's.

If it finds discrepancies, it could set your return aside for review or even an audit. You can ensure yours is accepted and processed smoothly by avoiding these noticeable tax filing mistakes this year.

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Will Your Tax Returns be Late in 2017?

By Top Tax Staff

Taxpayers who anticipate big refunds each year often look forward to the start of tax filing season. They know that within a few weeks that they will have a refund that totals hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

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Three Taxpayer Scenarios to Use a Criminal Tax Defense

By Top Tax Staff

Going up against the IRS can be a difficult if not impossible task. It has scores of attorneys, auditors, and agents on staff who all know the tax code and have the power to hold you accountable for any taxpayer infraction.

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Five Tax Breaks to Take Advantage of in 2017

By Top Tax Staff
With the 2017 tax preparation season underway, now is the time to consider ways that you can lower your tax liability. When you want to ease what you potentially may owe or even anticipate an IRS refund, you can use these five 2017 tax breaks when filing your returns this year.
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Four Expectations that Come with Hiring a Tax Attorney

By Top Tax Staff

Going up against the IRS to resolve your tax issues may seem like an overwhelming challenge. You may be tasked with arguing your case and persuading the IRS to show some leniency and empathy toward you and your tax debt.

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Four Tax Debt Relief Options to Lower Your Tax Burden

By Top Tax Staff

The IRS can use a host of methods to collect on your back taxes. It can levy your assets, put a lien on your income, and use other means to recoup your government debt.

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Effectively Dealing with a Federal Tax Lien

By Top Tax Staff

When you owe the IRS money, you set yourself up for a financial debacle that could follow you for months or years unless you pay off your tax debt in full. Failing to pay your delinquent taxes could lead to the IRS putting a lien on your money and assets.

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Preventing the IRS from Levying Your Retirement and Other Benefits

By Top Tax Staff

The IRS has the obligation to go after tax debts that are owed to the government. When you are delinquent in paying your taxes, you can expect the IRS to contact you and use all legal means to settle your account.

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5 Tax Changes to Anticipate in 2017

By Top Tax Staff

The inauguration of the new president in 2017 may greatly impact the way that Americans file their returns this upcoming tax season. The manner in which taxes were prepared and paid may no longer be the standard on which taxpayers can rely. Get ready for the 2017 tax season by discovering what changes may be lying in wait for you and your return.

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