TaxAudit Blog

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

 

Tax Deadline written on July 15th

With the July 15th tax deadline approaching, here’s what you need to know. (1) If You Need More Time, You Can Still File for an Extension (2) Pay What You Owe Read More ›

 
House prices going up

The reality is you can sell your house to your child, grandchild, or anyone else for that matter, for $1. But just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Read More ›

 
Garnishment of Wages written on a notepad

Yes, it is possible to make a deal to keep the IRS from garnishing your paycheck. Making payment arrangements with the IRS maybe all that is needed. Read More ›

 
Audit Defense Tax Professional

Audit defense gets you access to a dedicated tax professional who will develop a strategy and handle all communications with the IRS or state agency. Read More ›

 
Wage Garnishment Button on a Keyboard

When you enter into a payment plan with the IRS, known as an Installment Agreement, the IRS will release an active wage garnish order. Read More ›

 
email symbol on smart phone

Before your audit defense certificate can be sent via email, TurboTax must first notify TaxAudit of the audit defense purchase. This usually takes 1 to 6 days. Read More ›

 
401k binder on desk

While there are several ways to save on your tax bill, one of the easiest ways is to put money away for retirement. Read More ›

 
Form 1099-Misc

For 2018 taxes I did not add my 1099. The IRS is saying I owe. How can I remedy this? I have the 1099 ready to add. Read More ›

 
Notary

I am a mobile notary Signing Agent. When doing quarterly payments, would I claim pay on the month I do appt. or when I get paid? Read More ›

 
new plant growing out of coal

In 2011, the IRS launched the Fresh Start program and has since expanded the program in the hopes of assisting more taxpayers who carry federal tax debt. Read More ›

 
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