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One of the most aggressive collections tactics. After failed attempts to collect on a tax liability, the IRS and/or State may legally contact your employer and mandate they withhold a portion of your pay and send it directly to the tax agency. This portion may be any amount in excess of what the IRS/State determines is your living expenses.
The IRS will continue to garnish wages until they have collected the tax amount owed plus interest in penalties, the statute of limitations has expired, or the tax amount is paid or settled.
A bank account levy is a form of Tax Levy used by the IRS to collect back taxes owed within the law.
An IRS levy permits the legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt. It can garnish wages, take money in your bank or other financial account, seize and sell your vehicle(s), real estate and other personal property.
Our tax professionals our standing by ready to answer your questions and assist you before the IRS levies your account to satisfy a tax debt.
A tax lien is a lien imposed by law upon a property in an effort to secure the payment of taxes. A tax lien may be imposed for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of failure to pay income taxes or other taxes.
Ignoring IRS correspondence won't make them go away. If you are unable to pay the total tax that you owe right away, you may have options.
Contact our tax professionals today to avoid having a Federal tax lien placed against your property.
Not filing tax returns is a very serious matter. In extreme cases, the IRS may consider this an act of tax evasion, which is punishable by a $10,000 fine and/or one year in jail for each year un-filed. The IRS may issue a substitute for return (SFR) and tax you with (0) deductions and exemptions. If you re-file after an SFR, it is very likely you will be subject to an audit.
The IRS may impose a “failure to file” penalty. If you owe money, a delay may result in a penalty as well as interest charges. Generally speaking, the longer you wait to file your return the more money you are going to be charged in penalties.
For many businesses, when they start to have financial problems one of the first things to happen is the payroll taxes are not paid on time and the payroll returns are not filed on time. Both of these are among the worst things to do when a business has fallen upon hard times.
The IRS has recently increased its collection efforts against delinquent business entities owing payroll tax. A Revenue Officer may seize assets and even shut down the business if they deem necessary. Our Tax Professionals are well-versed in payroll (Forms 940 &941) and corporate taxes (Form 1120).
An IRS tax audit is when the IRS tries to confirm the details of your tax return to determine its accuracy. When it comes to getting selected for an audit it is not completely random. People who do get selected actually do have a high likelihood of having made an error or made fraudulent claims on their tax return.
The IRS typically has 3 years to audit a tax return. Normally if they are going to audit, they will do so within 1 year of the tax return being filed. Sometimes the
3 years can be extended. Call Tax Alliance today so that you understand your rights or to get assistance on a current audit.
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Tax Professionals ready to help solve your tax problem.
Tax Alliance can assist you with simple or complex Tax Preparation, as well as amend or file missing Returns to get you in compliance.
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