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taxes words, offer in compromise

Taxpayers who owe more money in taxes to the IRS than they could ever reasonably afford to pay may...

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red flag, tax audit

There are a number of red flags that can trigger one of the taxpayer’s worst nightmares- a tax audit....

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debt words in red, IRS tax settlement

In Dec. 2016, Congress authorized a bill allowing the Internal Revenue Service to use private debt collectors to collect...

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calculator, OVDP

Taxpayers with foreign accounts and overseas income must submit this information to the IRS otherwise they can face severe...

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hands of a prisoner behind bars

If a person, partnership, or corporation is selected for an IRS audit, there are a range of financial and...

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A judge's hammer and a dollar sign, FBAR

Offshore account holders who fail to comply with Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Reporting (FBAR) regulations could be facing...

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price tag, FTC

Price-scraping technologies help companies match their competitors’ prices, but using them may lead to anti-competitive pricing allegations by the...

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trademark, registered. FTC

As of April 13, 2017, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is at loggerheads with Chipmaker and mobile technology giant...

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law court scene, FTC

DOTAuthority.com and Affiliates Move to  File Counterclaim Against the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) for Defamation and Tortious Interference March...

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words cloud with taxes in red, tax audit

When receiving a tax audit notice from the IRS, it’s important to prove that the initial return was filed...

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a dollar symbol, cash flow

The Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is designed to help relieve some of the tax burden owed by struggling...

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different bank credit cards in pocket, OVDP

The Internal Revenue Code requires individuals and business with interests in foreign bank accounts to report them on their...

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