TaxAudit Blog

Keeping you up-to-date on tax issues that may affect your life.

 

1040 tax return with Passport and $100 bill

If certified by the IRS to have seriously delinquent tax debt, the U.S. State Department can deny passport applications or revoke currently active passports. Read More ›

 
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Full Audit Representation through an Audit Defense Membership, is included at no additional cost. Other tax experts charge roughly $150/hour for representation. Read More ›

 
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The most likely answer for most people would be no, as the general rule is that you cannot deduct the cost of the gym membership. However, there are exceptions. Read More ›

 
Tax Professional looking over tax documents

With Full Audit Representation, also known as Audit Defense, a Tax Professional will defend your tax return through the entire audit process if you are audited. Read More ›

 
Amended Tax Return on a keyboard button

Generally, amending an already filed tax return will not extend the time the IRS has to audit the return, which is normally three years. Read More ›

 
car, money, and calculator on financial sheet

The good news is that you can deduct car insurance from income when preparing your taxes – but the bad news is that you must first meet certain conditions. Read More ›

 
Receipts

Even if you cannot deduct your unreimbursed business expenses for your federal return, you may still be able to deduct them for your state return. Read More ›

 
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If the taxpayer has costs for after school care of a qualifying dependent, those costs may provide some tax benefits. Let's explore these tax benefits. Read More ›

 
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With excellent customer service and well-trained tax professionals, TaxAudit is set up to be the best tax debt relief program in the industry. Here's why: Read More ›

 
Couple receiving keys from salesman to their new car

Sales tax on a car or automobile purchase might be deductible. It depends on the taxpayer’s circumstances. Generally, the following conditions must all be met. Read More ›

 
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