TaxAudit Blog

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

 

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Two words: almost anything. Wages, retirement accounts, bank accounts, vehicles, houses, furniture, and even passports are all fair game. Read More ›

 
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Tax Topic 151 means the Department of Treasury will be taking your refund or part of your refund to pay for something that has been reported that you owe. Read More ›

 
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 Whether it’s an audit or a notice, receiving a letter in the mail from the IRS is most taxpayers’ worst nightmare. What can you do that will lower your risk? Read More ›

 
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Paying for college tuition is an expensive endeavor. Fortunately for those who qualify, there are some tax breaks available. Read More ›

 
Owe Taxes

No matter the cause of each person’s tax debt, there are a number of different programs offered by the IRS to help taxpayers get back into the good books. Read More ›

 
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From a tax standpoint, a relationship that is established by marriage, such as your relationship with your mother-in-law, does not end with divorce. Read More ›

 
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Options are available to those who cannot pay their taxes in full by the deadline. A good line of communication with the CA Franchise Tax Board is critical. Read More ›

 
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Having a tax bill is not a situation anyone wants to be in. Fortunately, there are ways to deal with tax debt owed to the IRS. Let's explore a few solutions. Read More ›

 
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If you have unreimbursed business expenses as an employee, then those expenses are generally no longer deductible on your 2019 federal tax return. Read More ›

 
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The answer to this depends on your particular financial circumstances, how much you owe the IRS, and why you owe them money in the first place. Read More ›

 
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