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

In 2011 and 2012 the IRS felt the need to make some changes in an effort to help Americans struggling with tax debt.   Bankruptcy filings were up, and many people were still dealing with the effects of a serious economic downturn. The changes weren't what many think they are, even now. The Fresh Start initiative wasn't an entirely new program that eased the ability to settle debt... and in the end, it doesn't seem to have made a difference in taxpayers' ability to settle IRS debt.

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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...

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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...

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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...

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