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    Federal Tax Liens vs Property Tax Liens

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    When a tax lien is imposed it indicates a legal claim against property for the purpose of satisfying a tax delinquency. Tax liens are issued to secure payment of federal and property tax delinquencies. Federal Tax Lien When the IRS assesses taxes, they send a bill to alert the taxpayer.…

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    Looking Back 30 Years: Tax Reform Act 1986

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    For those who were around for it the Tax Reform Act 1986, it’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years. Passed by Congress and enacted October 22, 1986 the Tax Reform Act was designed to simplify the income tax code. Along with it came a broadening of the tax base…

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    Managing Client Relationships in Your Tax Business

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    As tax preparers, we understand the importance of managing client relationships in between appointments. If we’re also handling monthly accounting, we see our clients more often, but we only see some clients once a year during tax season. Is that a bad thing? Not always, but in some cases, it…

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    Telephone Tax Scam Unraveled—70 Arrested

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    Tax preparers who’ve been fielding calls from alarmed clients claiming the IRS contacted them with demands for money can now rest easy. A massive telephone tax scam cheating thousands of Americans out of millions of dollars was discovered in India.

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    Tax Preparers Must Re-register with IRS

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    This month, tax preparers must re-register with the IRS and validate identities. This is being done to protect taxpayers against more sophisticated methods of hacking and identity theft. When some people think of the IRS, a sinking feeling often creeps up.

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