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How do I prevent IRS seizure of my passport?

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Oct 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

The IRS garnishes paychecks and issues levies on accounts every day.  It can seize homes, 401k's, business equipment and almost everything else.   It's powerful.   So powerful in fact, that if you owe it more than 51,000 it can trap you in the United States and restrict ...

5 Commonly Used Ways To Deal With IRS Debt

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Nov 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

Faced with large tax debt and feeling hopeless? Take heart…if you are willing to create a “strategy” and combine it with some hard work and patience, there may be a real solution. The following are the most 5 common methods people use to deal with tax debt. 1. Use the IRS Statute of Li...

IRS Revenue Officer Contact? 8 Things To Know

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Jul 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

According to the IRS, it had about 77,000 employees in 2017.  (See IRS Budget and Workforce Online Report)  But for the vast majority of taxpayers with large tax debt problems, the only IRS employee they may ever meet in person is the IRS Revenue Officer. The IRS Revenue officer is the...

Bankruptcy and IRS Debt – A Real Option

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Sep 03, 2017 | 0 Comments

Misconceptions.  The one we hear the most is that the bankruptcy code can't help you deal with IRS Debt.  The truth is: YOU CAN DISCHARGE IRS TAX AND PENALTY USING BANKRUPTCY… IF YOUR SITUATION IS RIGHT The law does require that income tax and other non-trust fund type tax debt be dis...

17 situations when the IRS won’t collect

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Feb 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tax Debt left unattended will result in IRS collection activity…levies, liens and property seizures. IRS collection activity just doesn't stop on it's own. It will happen after the tax debt has been: a.  Assessed (entered into the books as a debt) b.  You have been sent a notice o...

10 Bankruptcy FAQ

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Feb 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

1. BANKRUPTCY – WHAT IS IT? Bankruptcy is a process that takes place in Federal Court. The Bankruptcy Code governs the process and it is designed to provide debt and other relief to consumers and small businesses. Most consumers and small business people file a bankruptcy as a “liq...

10 Bankruptcy Misunderstandings

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Feb 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

1. YOU WILL LOSE YOUR HOME In Arizona, a person or married couple is allowed to protect the first $150,000.00 equity in their personal residence from creditors. This rule applies in bankruptcy as well.For example, if you own a home, you live in it, and it is worth $200,000.00 and yo...

Tax Debt? You Have Options

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Feb 03, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tax Debt?  You Have Options The following is a list of the most common legal ways to deal with large IRS tax debt. Some are obvious, some are difficult and require extensive planning and some only work best in combination with another option. Despite the fact that a review of the lis...

Why did the IRS terminate my installment plan?

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Dec 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Just because you are in an IRS Installment Plan with the IRS doesn't mean that your work is done.  One of the common questions I get is “why did the IRS terminate my installment plan?”. The following are the most common reasons why this happens. Your Income Changed When you file ...

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