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IRS Radar: Common Targets for Audits If you’ve read our Top Ten post about avoiding certain red flags, you’re probably aware that some issues are more likely to give rise to an audit than others. Former senior attorney with the Internal Revenue Service Chief Counsel, Laurie...

Small Business Owner: Owe Payroll Taxes? Here’s What to Do. The IRS takes unpaid payroll taxes seriously. These are some of the worst kind of back taxes you can owe. If you’re a small business owner with payroll tax problems, read on to learn what you...

Year-End Tax Savings Strategies Though our firm specializes in helping people resolve their IRS or state back tax problems, we also love saving you money. After all, one of the best ways to avoid getting into tax trouble is to minimize your liabilities. The end of the...

Snipes continues to getting knocked down by the IRS. Rather than give up, he too keeps getting back in the ring. In his latest skirmish with the service, the Tax Court held that the IRS did not abuse its discretion by refusing to accept his offer...

For the vast majority of taxpayers, there is not much need to worry that you will be audited. In 2016, only 0.6% of individual income tax returns were audited according to the IRS 2017 Data Book. Why? For starters, after the IRS budget cuts, we lost...

  Inside this edition:  Arkansas State Senator Get Caught With His Hand in Campaign Funds Cookie Jar, Where in the U.S. is Jeffrey Schneider?, IRS by the Numbers, Bit of Humor, Spa Owner Must Like Prison Better Than His Resorts, IRS Q & A, For Foodies...