IRS SHUTDOWN 2013 – Has the Government Shutdown Jeoprodized your TAXPAYER RIGHTS?

In IRS News, IRS Tax Help, Tax News by Daniel Friedel

Our Firm advocates for Clients facing tax issues – including those with the IRS.  With the Government Shutdown resulting in the closing of the IRS, we have encountered multiple instances of what appears to be violations of our Client’s rights as a Taxpayer. The Taxpayer Bill of Rights was enacted to ensure policies and procedures are followed by the IRS, …

Tax Tips For 2012

In IRS Tax Help by Daniel Friedel

With football season winding down, another season is just starting – Tax Season.  Although watching the college bowl games and NFL playoffs is clearly much more exciting than watching the IRS’s youtube video above, you can stay on top of your “tax game” by following these tips: 1. GATHER YOUR DOCUMENTS you’ll need when filing your taxes: receipts, canceled checks …

Discharging Tax Debt through Bankruptcy

In Common Tax Questions, IRS Tax Help by Daniel Friedel

After the “fallout” from 2008, we all probably know someone who has filed Bankruptcy – Many of whom wiped out a majority of their debt, including some or all of their IRS tax liability.  Unfortunately, you may have a hard time keeping up with “the Joneses” down the street who are still bragging about kicking the IRS to the curb …

Common IRS Letters and Notices

In IRS Tax Help by Daniel Friedel

IRS Letter 525: General 30 Day Letter. This is a notice from the IRS informing you of potential mistakes concerning items on your tax return. These errors may be mathematical or clerical errors in preparing your tax return. This letter is accompanied by a report including the computations of their proposed adjustments. If you agree with the proposed adjustments, then …