Getting married means sharing your life with your spouse in more ways than one. You may be combining two separate households, including your finances. If you did not talk about it before you said, “I do,” you may want to discuss those finances before you receive a surprise wedding gift from the IRS.Read More >
The IRS gives taxpayers until April 15 to file and pay their federal income taxes. People who cannot make this deadline to file can request an extension until October 15 by filling out and submitting IRS Form 4868. This extension will grant taxpayers extra time to file their returns. They must pay their estimated amount of taxes by the April 15 deadline, however.Read More >
When you owe a debt to the IRS, you might wonder what your options are for satisfying it. Rather than pay a tax debt that you cannot afford, you could settle it for less by making an Offer in Compromise to the IRS. By using these strategies, you better the chances of your IRS Offer in Compromise being accepted the first time you submit it for consideration.Read More >
You realize you have to file and pay your taxes by the April deadline each year. Despite being aware of this obligation, you might fall short of fulfilling it. In turn, you could compromise critical aspects of your job including your ability to keep or maintain your security clearance.
The IRS expects you to file and pay your taxes on time each year. When you fall behind with your returns, you put yourself at risk of steep fines and penalties and collection activities like wage garnishments or bank levies. You can get caught up with filing your returns and settle your back taxes by using these strategies.Read More >
Tax season is stressful enough without having to worry about incurring IRS penalties. The IRS does not randomly assess penalties on people's tax obligations.