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Tax Preparation Advice: 4 Scams to Avoid This Year
With the start of the New Year, it's time to start thinking about tax preparation. During the filing season tax scammers are on the prowl. Here are the four biggest scams
Line 23 And 24: Are You Making Use Of These Two Tax Deductions?
Every year when tax time rolls around, we all look for the deductions and credits that let us legally reduce our tax burden. Buried in the morass of forms are some little-known tax deductions for t…
Should You Choose A CPA Or Accountant?
What’s the difference between a CPA and an accountant and which should you hire for your small business? Read on to find out.
Here's How Much Money Accountants and Tax Preparers Earn In Every State
Find out how much the people who help you file taxes earn a year in each U.S. state.
What to Look for in a Tax Preparer
When hiring a tax pro, go beyond references. Ask pointed questions and look for warning signs.
Here's why barns are painted red
Here is a historic reason behind why barns are mostly always painted red.
What Are a Lien & a Levy?
Liens and levies are debt collection instruments that compel debtors to repay outstanding debt obligations. Both collection instruments offer a way to collect delinquent taxes and grant varying ...
Condominium Associations' "Super" Assessment Liens: How "Super" Are They?
By J. Scott Anderson, Esq., Giordano Halleran & Ciesla, PC In the fight against delinquent unit owners, New Jersey's Condominium Associations have a unique tool at their disposal - the "super" assessment lien. The liens are "super" in that, by virtue of the New Jersey Condominium Act, N.J.S.A. ï¿½ 46:8B-1, et. seq. (the "Act"); as amended by L. 1995, c. 354, ï¿½ 4 (the "Super Lien…
3 Ways to Improve IRS Levies
Because common sense isn't always common. By CPA Trendlines Research
How a Decor-Loving English Professor Displays Her Book Collection
As author of the (hilarious) decor satire book Decorating a Room of One’s Own, this literature professor can’t resist a good book — or its cover. Get a glimpse inside her curiosity-shop home and see how every room, wall and nook becomes a little library.
What Is an IRS Tax Lien?
If you have failed to pay your taxes or have failed to file a tax return, there is a chance that the IRS will put a lien on your property. What this does is tells other creditors that the governmen…
IRS Tax Lien: How to Get It and How to Avoid It
Otherwise known as a Federal tax lien, an IRS tax lien is the government’s legal claim against your property in the event that you miss out on your tax payment at any period in time. Should the...
How to Get Rid of a Tax Lien From the IRS
When a person has unpaid taxes, tax liens are one of the first collection efforts imposed by the IRS. A tax lien is the IRS’s way of letting a taxpayer know they are serious about collecting on unpaid...
4 Ways to Fix IRS Collections
Home foreclosure? Put on the brakes. By CPA Trendlines Research
Lessons Learned after These Stars Get IRS Liens
The IRS conducts more than a million audits every year. It takes months after the April 15 deadlines to complete these proceedings, and when they are done, the notices for tax code violations start…
How Can I Get Rid of My IRS Tax Lien?
A federal tax lien is recorded in the county, stating that you owe an unpaid tax debt. Once an IRS tax lien is recorded, it is of record and may affect your credit score and ability to get favorabl…
Top Things You Must Know About IRS Bank Levies
If an individual lets IRS notices go unanswered, one of the things that the agency can do is issue a bank levy. A bank levy is a method whereby the IRS seizes enough funds in your bank account to s…
Frequently Asked Question: Why did the IRS file a tax lien against me?
If you received a tax lien notice from the IRS, you may be wondering why and what to do next.
How Does an IRS Tax Lien Affect My Life?
You just received a notice of IRS tax lien from the Internal Revenue Service. Now, what? An IRS tax lien is filed with the county government where you reside to notify the public that you have an...
Are Your Kids Ready to Learn about IRS Tax Liens?
Educating children at a young age about the importance of taxes and IRS tax liens can be very beneficial for their financial future.