Rural America's "brain drain": How student debt is emptying small towns
The opportunity gap between cities and rural America has never been bigger -- and student loans may be to blame
How the IRS Was Gutted — ProPublica
An eight-year campaign to slash the agency’s budget has left it understaffed, hamstrung and operating with archaic equipment. The result: billions less to fund the government. That’s good news for corporations and the wealthy.
Black student loan borrowers are more likely to struggle repaying their debts — here’s why
Federal Reserve Bank of New York data looks at the gap between white and black borrowers.
What Will Prompt An Audit By The IRS
Learn the 3 critical "red flags" that the IRS will look for in deciding whether to audit you or your business. You can survive an IRS audit. Watch the video ...
What Do You Do if You Owe the IRS?
www.thetaxdefensegroup.com/ What do you do if you owe the IRS? One of the things you should definitely do is communicate with the IRS to ensure there...
Final rules remove 3-year nonpayment testing period for COD reporting
The IRS finalized a proposed rule eliminating the three-year testing period for determining when debt was discharged for cancellation of debt information reporting purposes.
Don't Fall Victim to IRS Impostor Scams
Unfortunately, IRS imposter scams don’t stop when tax season is in the rearview mirror. Criminals continue to forge ahead with new twists on this old con.Beyond the usual ploys threats of arrest, deportation or property seizure over an alleged debt a ne
Why You Need a IRS Tax Resolution Game Plan
When you're faced with an IRS Audit, Tax Lien, Unfiled Returns, or tax debt, it can be confusing to know what steps you should take. At Tax Problem Solver, o...
What if you're audited by the IRS? Naples tax attorney Ari Good
A skilled tax attorney can help you avoid the dangerous tricks and traps in dealing with the IRS. Most people think they have to give the IRS everything they...
IRS Scams: How to Protect Yourself
Who wouldn't be frightened by a warning email from what looks like the IRS? But before you panic, you should know that the IRS would not send you an unsolicited email.
Helpfull hints from IRS on foreclosures & 1099’s
Our local IRS special procedures folks met with Chapter 13 lawyers this week and said: watch out for defective 1099's reporting cancellation of debt "income".
10 Tax Commandments To Avoid Trouble With The IRS
Tax filing season is here, but before you file, remember these cardinal tax rules to help keep you out of trouble.
Know These Top 3 Tips for Acceptance of your IRS Offer in Compromise
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How to Stop Debt Collectors
Attorney Brad Davidzik on AM Buffalo discussing the new FDCPA Law and what to do if you are a victim of abusive debt collectors.
This Is What an IRS Scam Phone Call Sounds Like
Caller might get vulgar, threaten you with prison.
How To Get Out of Debt
By the end of this episode you’ll walk away feeling prepared to pay off debt and more hopeful about your future and your bank account! Get started on the pro...
10 Important Reminders about Owing the IRS Money
Owing the IRS money can be a stressful, if not downright frightening experience. You appreciate the power that this agency has to lay claim to your assets and capital. With that, it is crucial that you remember some important tips as you face this financial obligation and prepare to deal with it effectively. These reminders can help you form a plan that will let you pay off your tax debt and protect your money, your finances and your legal future.
Robocalled by a Debt Collector for a Debt You Don't Recognize? Here's What to Do
When I first got my new cell phone number, I got call from an unknown number a few times a week. The caller was trying to collect a debt from someone who had once provided that phone number to a creditor. The calls stopped for a while after I answered one day and explained that I wasn't the person they were looking for, but I still occasionally get hang-ups from that same number. I'm not alone in this, as we have many stories…
7 Tips to Help Late-Filing REALTORS® Avoid an IRS Audit
It's tax season! Self-employed REALTORS® can avoid an audit by the IRS with these tips.
IRS Attack Demonstrates How Breaches Beget More Breaches
Weak authentication validation assumed only taxpayers would know their Social Security Numbers and other information that criminals have been stealing for years.