Legal Advice for IRS — 232 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey Irby, over 1 year ago.
If you owe the IRS less than $10,000, there is a provision in the tax code that REQUIRES them to accept your proposal to pay them in monthly installments if you meet certain requirements.... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 3 years ago.
An important issue in tax representation is always looking at the applicable Statutes Of Limitation. That is, the time period available to proceed with a particular action under the law.... more
Written by attorney Scott M Estill, over 3 years ago.
What are your chances of being audited today?The IRS has just released its audit figures for 2010 and the overall audit risk was about 1.1% (about 10% higher than in 2009).While this rate... more
Written by attorney Linda Campbell, about 2 years ago.
The IRS will assess penalties for a variety of reasons; such as failure-to-file, failure-to-pay, accuracy related penalties, etc. Penalties and interest will often significantly increase... more
Written by attorney Steven Leahy, about 2 years ago.
The first option is simplepay your debt in full. When your debt is paid, the IRS is instantly off your back and you wont need IRS Help Chicago.
Of course, thats often easier said than done.... more
Written by attorney Radha Rothrock, over 2 years ago.
Installment Agreements: "IRS Payment Plans"
An installment agreement allows the taxpayer to pay back the tax debt over a period of time. In essence, an installment agreement is a payment... more
Written by attorney Linda Campbell, over 2 years ago.
Getting audited by the IRS can be very stressful. Follow these tips to help alleviate some of that stress.
1. Do not ignore correspondence from the IRS.
The IRS will not go away if you... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 7 years ago.
An audit is an investigation by the IRS to see if the information provided on your tax return is correct. Most audits confirm that the original tax return was correct and no extra tax is... more
Written by attorney John Goralka, over 2 years ago.
Life isbad enough when borrowers can't pay off amounts owed to commercial creditors such as banks and other financial institutions. But people can find themselves in hot water if they owe... more
Written by attorney John Wetenkamp, about 4 years ago.
Investigation of Non-filers
Delinquent tax returns can be identified and worked by the IRS Examination Division, Collection Division, or the Service Center. Once a nonfiling situation has... more