Tax Resolution Blog
The IRS Solutions’ blog is filled with tax pro solutions and the latest IRS tax news, insights, and information about tax resolution.
The Centralized Authorization File (CAF) is a database that the Internal Revenue Service uses to manage information regarding professionals appointed to act on behalf of others. The CAF number is not an authorization in and of itself. Rather, it identifies
Whether you’re a rockstar accountant or a rocket scientist, professional success depends on having the right tools for the job. For modern financial and legal experts whose practices focus on tax resolution, that means an investment in specialty software that
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As the IRS attempts to resume business as usual, departments that were shut down due to the pandemic are now faced with the repercussions of
Expanding your practice to offer tax resolution services is an exceptional way to bring in a new wave of clients and better serve your existing
As a CPA, tax professional, or enrolled agent, you know how important it is to stay on top of IRS tax deadlines. With the recent
IRS Tax Debt Relief During COVID-19 Is Made Easier With the People’s First Initiative. Welcome to IRS Solutions Software. We are a Tax Pro’s
As a CPA, tax professional, or enrolled agent, staying up-to-date on changes to IRS regulations is essential to providing the best possible service to your
As a CPA, you are in a unique position to offer valuable tax resolution services to your clients. However, you may be wondering if you
Dealing with an IRS tax levy can be an overwhelming and frightening experience for taxpayers. By the time the IRS issues a levy, many individuals
Taxes are an inevitable part of American life, and as a tax professional, you’re already providing valuable assistance to your clients in filing their returns.
Every client with federal tax debt also has an expiration date for that debt. Learning how to determine IRS CSED (Collection Statute Expiration Date) for
Dealing with IRS tax debt can be an overwhelming experience for clients, and as a CPA, tax professional, or enrolled agent, understanding the relationship between