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This article discusses three scenarios where offering tax resolution services can ensure your client doesn’t end up paying more to the IRS than they truly owe.
In order to qualify for taxes to be dischargeable in bankruptcy, it has to meet 3 or 4 rules. Here we explain those rules.
The bankruptcy court may discharge certain tax debts depending on specifics within the United States Bankruptcy Code. Learn more about tax debt forgiveness here.
“Why does my client’s $20,000 on his 433 not equal $20,000 in assets?” Well, I went forward and tried to explain to him how this works.
If your client owes tax debt, an offer in compromise is a way to settle for less than the amount owed—as long as your client meets certain requirements.