TaxAudit Blog

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


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Taxpayers who file a Virginia tax return and expect to owe $150 or more over any taxes already withheld might need to file estimated tax payments. Read More ›

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An Audit Reconsideration requests the IRS reopen a previously closed audit case. It can be requested after the audit occurrs and the tax remains unpaid. Read More ›

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Regardless of whether they are a Michigan resident, taxpayers who expect to owe more than $500 when they file their MI-1040, must make estimated tax payments. Read More ›

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Yes, Tax Debt Relief is available for businesses. Read more about tax debt issues businesses face such as Employment Tax Issues, Trust Fund Taxes, etc. Read More ›

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Let's talk about how the Tax Debt Relief process at TaxAudit works so you can decide if our company is the best for you. Read More ›

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The first thing you want to do when choosing a tax debt relief company is confirm you are speaking to a licensed tax professional - EA, CPA, or tax attorney. Read More ›

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Do you have tax debt? Would repaying this debt cause you financial hardship? If so, you may be eligible for Currently Not Collectible status through the IRS. Read More ›

Social Media influencer

You are an influencer and have a large enough following that you are making money from your online posting. What kinds of expenses can you deduct on your taxes? Read More ›

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In Illinois you may not be subject to the penalty if you pay at least 90% of this year's tax or 100% of last year's tax in four equal timely installments. Read More ›

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If you estimate that you will owe more than $400 in New Jersey income tax at the end of the year, you are required to make estimated payments. Read More ›

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