Legal Advice for Tax Debt — 274 results
Written by attorney Justin Dain Hein, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you have tax debt (known
as back-tax liability), the IRS may assign your case to a Revenue Officer if
one of the following applies: (1) the IRS has been unable to collect the taxes... more
Written by attorney Thomas Geygan, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
Many people ask the question, "Are income taxes dischargeable in bankruptcy?" The answer is yes, in limited circumstances. This guide covers what these circumstances are, which kinds of... more
Written by attorney Ronald P Adams, over 1 year ago.
Some of this year's top scams are directed at innocent taxpayers, while others are committed by taxpayers in a futile and costly attempt to avoid taxes. For each of the last several years,... more
Written by attorney John Goralka, almost 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 Michael DeBlis, 4 months ago.
Contrary to popular belief, the IRS doesn’t want to throw you in jail. Criminal investigations consume a lot of resources, take time, and are expensive. For most people, a criminal... more
Written by attorney Richard Luthmann, almost 2 years ago.
The IRS primarily operates on a first contact basis. Taxpayers who come forward to correct a problem before they are caught generally are treated better, pay less penalties and avoid... more
Written by attorney Nathan Carr, 3 months ago.
Income tax debt can be wiped out in bankruptcy. Many times, taxpayers and even some tax and legal professionals are not aware that income tax debt can be wiped out in bankruptcy. However,... more
Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.
Describes the Legal Criteria for Getting a Tax Lien Withdrawn
Written by attorney Ari Good, over 1 year ago.
In conclusion to our tax resolution series, we review an IRS classification of Not Currently Collectible as another option to deal with a tax problem. This is available for taxpayers who... more
Written by attorney Gerald McNally, almost 5 years ago.
Make sure you filed your returns: If the IRS or state files a substitute return for you, they will assert you never filed a return and you may have to pay in Chapter 13. Keep good... more