Economic hardship and the IRS

Owing money to the IRS comes with fear – fear of losing your house, your property, your bank accounts, even going to jail.  And the fear of your employer finding out you have a tax problem. Your employer would discover your IRS problem if the IRS sent a wage levy to your job in an […]

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It can be overwhelming when the IRS demands payment, considering the power the IRS has to levy your wages, bank accounts, house, and business.  When you have an IRS problem, it is natural – and easy – to feel not only overwhelmed, but desperate. I like to help my clients better understand their situation and […]

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There are many options to resolve an unpaid tax liability – you can agree with the IRS to make monthly installment payments, reach a settlement with an offer in compromise, eliminate the taxes in bankruptcy, or have the IRS place your account in currently not collectible status. Let’s focus on currently not collectible. Currently not […]

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The time I spend helping my clients results in relationships that allows me to get to know them better.  I enjoy learning about my clients – many are small business owners, including everything from restaurateurs to electricians.  I represent doctors and lawyers and chief financial officers.  Some clients are retired on social security, and others are […]

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The trust fund recovery penalty can cause financial havoc for anyone involved in a business that did not pay over its employee withholdings to the IRS.  Internal Revenue Code Section 6672 allows the IRS to investigate those in the business who were part of the decision not to pay the IRS and hold them personally […]

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