The IRS is making a few changes as of late. Some of the most prominent ones involve increased efforts in collecting unpaid taxes. While the IRS is always working to find ways to increase its tax collection efforts, two recent trends focus on asking taxpayers to report income from cryptocurrencies and increasing audits.Continue reading “IRS Trends: Audits and Cryptocurrencies”
To help individuals and businesses figure out their tax issues, there are two common types of professionals available. The first is the tax attorney and the second is the CPA, or certified public accountant.Continue reading “The Difference Between a Tax Attorney Versus a CPA”
For the most part, we can’t get away with not paying our taxes. So what happens when you don’t pay your taxes when they are due? Does an IRS agent come to your bank and take money from your bank account? Or do you get a letter in the mail a month later saying the IRS has a lien on your property?
Both situations are possible, at least to some degree. However, a lot can happen from the moment a tax obligation comes into existence and the IRS takes action against you.Continue reading “What Happens When You Owe the IRS and Don’t Pay?”
The chances of getting audited by the IRS, in a pure mathematical sense, are small. So this might tempt you to try and cheat on your taxes. But these basic audit numbers are deceiving because the IRS doesn’t randomly decide who to audit.Continue reading “What Are My Chances of an IRS Audit?”
One of the things that keep many of us from going too far in our attempts to reduce what we owe Uncle Sam is the fear of a tax audit. In most situations, the audit process isn’t as scary as most people fear, especially if there is nothing to hide. The following blog post will provide an overview of the audit process and explain certain steps you can take to reduce the chances of being an audit victim. Continue reading “IRS Tax Audits”
The dreaded tax audit – one of the few events in life that annoy or scare Americans more than actually having to pay their taxes. Even though the chances of getting audited are less than 1% for most Americans, the following advice can assist in tax planning and help protect taxpayers from being a tax audit victim. Continue reading “Don’t Be a Tax Audit Victim!”