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How to Protect Yourself from Identify Theft

By Top Tax Staff

Identity thieves continue to plaque society in their quest to steal people's sensitive information. Millions of people each year find themselves victim of this time consuming, expensive, and devastating crime. You can protect yourself now by using these important tips to protect yourself from identity theft.

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What Happens if I Miss the Extended Corporations Tax Deadline in 2017?

By Top Tax Staff

Just like private citizens, business owners must file and pay their federal taxes each year. When these individuals realize that they may not be able to file on time, they have the option of requesting a tax extension from the IRS.

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Estimated Tax Payments: Meet the September Deadline

By Top Tax Staff

People who work as employees typically do not have to worry about withholding and paying taxes on a quarterly basis. Their employers take out taxes and send the money to the IRS for them.

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What is the Difference Between a Tax Resolution Company and a CPA?

By Top Tax Staff

When you have a complicated tax return to file or need professional guidance handling a complex tax issue, you may debate whether to contact a tax attorney or a certified public accountant. Your best choice may depend on the type of issue you have with your taxes and what kind of resolution you hope to achieve. You can decide which professional can offer you the best tax assistance by learning about the differences between a tax attorney and a CPA.

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What Do I Do if I Owe Back Taxes?

By Top Tax Staff
 
Owing back taxes to the IRS may seem like frightening situation in which to find yourself. You know that the IRS has vast power to collect the debt and garnish your income. You also may fear ending up in jail because you cannot pay what you owe.
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What is the CP 504 Notice?

By Top Tax Staff
When you fail to pay your federal tax debt in a timely manner, you may find yourself subject to IRS collection activities. Before the IRS can collect funds from you, it must notify you of its intentions through a written CP 504 notice. Discover what this notification is and what actions are expected of you if or when you receive a CP 504 notice in the mail.

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Do Tax Appeals Work?

By Top Tax Staff

The IRS does not necessarily have the last word when it comes to your returns or how much money you owe the government. When you go through the appeals process, you have the right and responsibility of presenting evidence and arguing in your own best interests. You can increase the chances of winning your tax appeal by learning how this process works and what is expected of you as a taxpayer.

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When Should You Hire an IRS Lawyer

By Top Tax Staff

The U.S. tax codes in use today can be difficult if not impossible to understand. Even if you do your best to comply with these laws, you may inadvertently fall short. You can skirt legal issues with the IRS and avoid paying expensive fines and penalties by knowing under what circumstances to hire a tax lawyer.

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The Guide to Lowering Your Retirement Taxes

By Top Tax Staff

Strategies for Paying Fewer Taxes After Retirement 

After you retire, you no longer have the security of a regular paycheck to buoy your bank account during tight financial times. You must subsist on your pension, Social Security check, and money you have invested in the stock market. 

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Filing Abroad: What You Need to Know

By Top Tax Staff

Living and working in another country does not exempt U.S. citizens from having to pay taxes. The IRS will still expect you to file your returns on time each year and pay what you owe to the government. You can avoid expensive penalties and comply with the U.S. tax codes by learning how and when to file taxes while you are living and working abroad.

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