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3 tips to help manage tax debt

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced measures aimed to help reduce taxpayers’ financial burden when it comes to their tax bills. These measures include: Measure #1: Installment Agreements. The agency has stated that it will suspend tax payments for those who have an existing installment agreement from April through […]


IRS releases information on economic impact payments

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) along with the Treasury Department recently announced details about the distribution of economic impact statements. According to these agencies, most qualifying taxpayers will not need to take any action to receive the payments. The agency has stated it will use past filing information to help […]


Will the new coronavirus impact my taxes?

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every facet of our lives. Schools are closing, offices are having workers work from home when possible and grocery stores are starting to have shopping hours for high-risk shoppers only. Will the next official announcement result in a change to our taxes? It is […]


Why do I owe taxes this year?

April 15th is just around the corner. Taxpayers across the country are gathering their tax forms and filing out their tax returns. Some may be surprised to receive a small refund. Others frustrated to realize they owe an unexpected tax bill. What went wrong? Why would a tax refund be lower […]

Tax Controversy 

IRS takes Facebook to court, again

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is trying, yet again, to hold Facebook accountable for tax obligations in the United States. If successful, the IRS could claim more than $9 billion dollars in tax payments. The most recent courtroom battle between the federal agency and the social media platform is just […]