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    Category: Tax Debt

    NY State Tax Warrant: What to Expect and How to Resolve

    4 December, 2022 | Tax Debt Tax Help

    What Is a Tax Warrant in NY? How to Resolve New York Tax Liens The New York Department of Taxation and Finance (NYS DTF) can file a tax warrant against you if you have delinquent income tax, sales tax, or other New York State taxes. This is the first collection action taken by the state, and it creates the legal pathway for the NYS DTF to seize your wages, bank accounts, and property. If New... CONTINUE READING

    What Is IRS Form 433-F Used for? Tips and Instructions

    1 December, 2022 | Tax Debt Tax Help

    IRS Form 433-F Instructions and When to File The Internal Revenue Service uses IRS Form 433-F to gather detailed financial information about taxpayers who apply for certain tax relief programs. This form requires a financial information statement, and it helps the IRS decide if you qualify for non-traditional types of payment plans such as partial payment installment agreements and payment plans on... CONTINUE READING

    How Your Unfiled Taxes Won’t Let You Sleep Soundly?

    23 November, 2022 | Late Filed Returns Tax Debt

    No one likes to carry any kind of debt on them, especially when it is the debt of unfiled taxes for which you might have to pay huge penalties and even go to jail (in very limited cases). So, it is never too late to correct your mistakes and speedily file the tax returns and get the situation under control. Often, you might need the help of a tax lawyer to reduce penalties and make the process go smoothly and reach a solution you can afford to pay... CONTINUE READING

    Does the IRS Tax Debt expire after 10 Years?

    1 October, 2022 | Tax Debt

    The short answer to this question is yes, the IRS tax debt does expire after 10 years. However, there are a few things you should know about this expiration date. The 10-year clock starts ticking from the date that the tax debt was initially assessed. So, if you owed taxes for the 2016 tax year, for example, but didn’t file the return until 2020, the 10-year clock would start ticking in 2020. In some cases, the IRS will file a substitute tax return, which would trigger the clock t... CONTINUE READING

    Can You Go to Jail for Not Paying Taxes?

    4 May, 2022 | Tax Compliance Tax Debt Tax Fraud Tax Penalties

    The short answer to the question of whether you can go to jail for not paying taxes is “yes.” Whether a person would actually go to jail for not paying their taxes depends upon all the details of their individual tax circumstances. Sometimes people make errors on their tax returns or are negligent in filing, but they are not intentionally trying to avoid paying taxes. It is a long-standing policy of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) not to pursue prosecution of individuals who fai... CONTINUE READING

    Four Different Ways to Settle the IRS Tax Debts

    9 February, 2022 | Tax Debt

    Tax Debt SettlementNo taxpayer wants to get into the IRS tax debt and need a tax debt settlement. Still, every year thousands of taxpayers get into it due to different reasons. And once they get into it, their tax debts keep increasing day-by-day with the addition of penalties and interests. At some point, if the IRS tax debts are not paid, they get double and become an unwanted burden for the taxpayers. They have to pay this at any cost.... CONTINUE READING

    IRS Tax Debt- Collection Agency referral

    2 December, 2018 | Tax Debt

    IRS Tax Debt- Collection Agency referral One of the most frustrating situations in life is dealing with debt collections agencies. This is compounded if they were referred a tax debt. If you are wondering how to deal with collectors, read on for some valuable information about how to deal with collections agencies. About a Collection AgencyCollections agencies are businesses with one purpose; collecting outstanding debts. These busin... CONTINUE READING

    IRS Passport Revocation

    28 January, 2018 | Tax Debt

    IRS Passport Revocation   In December 2017, the IRS started to formally start the process of certifying to the US Department of State which taxpayers owed more than $50,000 (which will be adjusted for inflation) to the IRS, by collecting that information from their computer systems and verifying it, and if this pertains to you, you may be asking if there is a IRS Tax Lawyer Near Me? Fair Question. Per the IRS website, as of January 9, 2018 th... CONTINUE READING

    Two uses of the IRS form 433-A, 433-B or 433-F

    2 June, 2016 | Tax Debt

    Two uses of the IRS form 433-A, 433-B or 433-F While involved with an IRS collection case, for matters over $50,000 the IRS will ask for a 433-F form to be completed, which is a financial disclosure of your assets and income, or a form 433-A/B form (a variety of the 433-F form) if an IRS Revenue Officer is assigned to your case. From the clients perspective they... CONTINUE READING

    IRS Debt Relief Program

    6 December, 2013 | Tax Debt

    IRS Debt Relief Program The ability to qualify for a IRS debt relief program is contingent upon meeting certain criteria set by the tax law and IRS administrative tax rules. The two types of IRS debt relief programs are a 1) part pay installment agreement, and the second is an Offer in Compromise. Both of these programs require that all unfiled tax returns have been filed, and that you are current with the current period tax liabilities. The first... CONTINUE READING

    NY State Tax Warrant: What to Expect and How to Resolve

    What Is a Tax Warrant in NY? How to Resolve New York Tax Liens The New York Department of Taxation and Finance (NYS DTF) can file a tax warrant against you if you have delinquent income tax, sales tax, or other N...