"Delinquent taxes" are taxes that you didn't pay to the IRS by the due date. You can catch up, but it's best to move quickly.

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If your spouse or ex-spouse filed taxes incorrectly, and you're being penalized, you may be able to prove that the mistake wasn't your fault.

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If you don't take immediate action to deal with a payroll tax issue, you will likely find yourself out of business. Learn more about all of the consequences of payroll tax problems can carry.

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When a tax lien is filed against you, it is a frightening and confusing time. But the worst thing you can do, is nothing.

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If you are unresponsive to their warnings, the IRS can take a portion of your wages. I help people find solutions when this happens.

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Bank levy is when the IRS freezes your bank account in order to collect debt that hasn't been paid. The good news — bank levy can be fixed.

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"Offer in compromise" is a fancy way of saying "debt negotiation." If you qualify, you and the IRS will agree on a new, lower amount of debt.

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Find out if you qualify for a payment to the IRS that is less than the full amount of what you owe in delinquent taxes.

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Learn more about what potential costs of an Offer in Compromise might be when you need to pay the IRS less than what you owe.

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If you can't pay your taxes all at once, you should consider an IRS payment. These allow you to pay off your debt in affordable

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The IRS generally has 3 years, from the date a return is filed, to Audit that return. If the IRS alleges fraud or criminal activity, the statute is open indefinitely.

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