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If you’ve been dealing with overwhelming tax debt, you’ve probably seen or heard ads for the IRS Fresh Start program. The ads likely promise that the program will provide options to pay down or settle the tax debt. But what’s the truth about the IRS Fresh Start process? Keep reading to find

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Imagine receiving an unexpected visit from an IRS Revenue Officer at your home or business. It’s a situation that can be overwhelming and intimidating. But fear not! In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the world of Revenue Officers and equip you with the knowledge and tools to navigate these encounters. Prepare to

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The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) is a federal program aimed at helping eligible businesses keep their employees on payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the program has been immensely helpful for many organizations, it has also drawn the attention of the IRS.
Unfortunately, many less-than-ethical companies sprung up overnight to take

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IRS back taxes creep up on unsuspecting individuals who haven’t settled their dues with the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) or state taxing authority by the due date. These liabilities can be income taxes, payroll taxes, self-employment taxes, and more, even encompassing taxes assessed during an IRS audit. When taxes are not paid,

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Unmasking the Master of Distressed Properties
Robert Anthony Di Giorgio, Sr., was a real estate guru who turned distressed properties into goldmines. But this high-rolling, jet-setting tycoon wasn’t just hiding renovation secrets – he was also hiding a fortune from the taxman. Between 2005 and 2007, Di Giorgio failed to report a

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https://www.courtlistener.com/opinion/9385539/charles-lin-amy-lin/
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Charles Lin and Amy Lin, a retired couple residing in Virginia, filed their 2019 federal income tax return. On their return, they reported $4,010 in dividends, $50,629 in taxable retirement benefits, and a rental real estate loss of $8,189. The rental loss was from a room that the couple rented