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Of all the creditors or companies, you might owe money to, the Internal Revenue Service can be the least forgiving about debt. If you don't pay your taxes, the IRS will levy and take possession of your property, including cash accounts, wages, and real and...

What Do I Do? I Didn’t Report My Crypto Trades On Prior Year's Tax Return? In 2014 the IRS determined that cryptocurrency was property for tax purposes. There are well-established rules for how to treat property in place. However, many people aren't disclosing their cryptocurrency transactions....

F is for First Time Penalty Abatement The first time penalty abatement (FTA) waiver is an administrative waiver that the IRS may grant to relieve taxpayers from failure-to-file, failure-to-pay and failure-to-deposit penalties if certain criteria are met. The IRS also removes interest related to those...

2020, The Year You Deal With Your Back Taxes! Deal With Your Back Taxes. According to the IRS, more than 13.2 million Americans owe back taxes. The majority of these cases involve amounts that seem impossible to pay off. That leaves those tax-owing folks in a difficult...

The Tax Resolution Alphabet - D is for Debt Relief If you are struggling with IRS tax debt and feel like it’s a hopeless situation, it may not be as  awful as you think. The IRS Fresh Start Program was created to make it easier and...

C is for the Currently Not Collectible Status from the IRS Big companies are known for getting all sorts of breaks, but when average people fall behind, they rarely receive help. When you owe back taxes, but can’t afford to pay them, then you may qualify for...