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Self Employed? Pay your estimated taxes monthly

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Sep 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Robert Burns poem To a Mouse, written in 1786, is an apology.  The story has it that Mr. Burns upended a mouse's home while plowing a field and felt bad about it.  To make amends, he wrote a poem, the most famous portion of which reads: But little Mouse, you are not alone, In proving foresi...

How does the IRS know so much about me?

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Jan 05, 2016 | 0 Comments

The IRS is in the business of collecting money and it has some advantages that other money collectors don't have.   Your employer submits a report of your income each year to the IRS.  If you are self employed, your vendors or others send the IRS a 1099 misc. form.  The bank sends ...

Legislators consider private IRS debt collection

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Nov 09, 2015 | 0 Comments

The U.S. Senate passed it's version of a bill meant to fund the highway system, but included language in the bill that would privatize much of the IRS' collection responsibility.  The U.S. House of Representatives is working on it's own highway bill and may just include a similar provis...

What is the IRS Fresh Start Program?

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Oct 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

The IRS Fresh Start program was created a few years ago.  It's claim at the time was that “struggling” taxpayers needed some help so it changed some of the ways it did business with taxpayers.  The changes were done in three areas.  IRS Liens, IRS Installment Agreements and IRS Offers i...

Tax Debt, Credit Card Debt, and Bankruptcy

Posted by Michael S. Anderson | Jul 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tax Debt, Credit Card Debt, and Bankruptcy  Many of our clients have both serious tax debt and other debt at the same time.  These other debts may be student loans, state taxes, credit cards, medical bills, business debt or some combination. If you read this blog you know that the ...

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