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We have all done it. Participated in the office pool for the Super Bowl. I once won $250 a few years back by betting $20 on my team to win. Should I have reported those winnings to the IRS? Good question. According to Kay Bell, tax blogger for this recent article published by bankrate.com, I…Read Full Article Categorized in: Accounting, Articles, Florida Tax Audits, Individual Tax Returns, IRS Audits, Penalties, Tax Advice, Tax Return Preparation, Tax Tips, Uncategorized, Voluntary disclosure
One of the questions taxpayers with delinquent tax debts ask us most frequently is “can the IRS take my house?” The bad news is that the IRS can indeed take your house. The good news is that it’s not easy for the government to take your house and, therefore, it does so only as a last resort. The IRS will…Read Full Article Categorized in: Blog Posts, IRS Liens, IRS Procedure, IRS Settlements, Tax Debts, Uncategorized
During an IRS audit the burden is placed on the taxpayer to prove that he made a deductible tax expenditure. Many taxpayers have been audited and because they were unable to provide receipts and records proving their deductions had taxes, penalties and interest assessed against them. But what happens if after the audit is over and the IRS has made its…Read Full Article Categorized in: Blog Posts, Uncategorized
A levy is a legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt. Levies are different from liens. A lien is a claim used as security for the tax debt, while a levy actually takes the property to satisfy the tax debt. If you do not pay your taxes (or make arrangements to settle…Read Full Article Categorized in: Uncategorized