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Non-willful conduct is required under the Streamlined Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (Streamlined OVDP).  If the failure to report foreign bank accounts and/or foreign financial assets was non-willful, you may be subject to a lower penalty base.  The key question is, what constitutes non-willful actions by a taxpayer?  Generally, the IRS would consider non-willful to mean...
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As taxpayer you have the right to notice and a hearing prior to the IRS enforcing collection of any tax due.  After the IRS has issued a series a notices, the IRS must issue a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and allow you 30 days to request a hearing, which is generally referred to...
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If you are under audit by the IRS, have received a notice of deficiency or the IRS is attempting to collect past due taxes, you can receive representation.  The video below has been prepared by a tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide information regarding who can represent you before the Internal Revenue...
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A taxpayer has the right to a collection due process hearing with the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Office under certain circumstances.  This hearing can be very beneficial to a taxpayer in terms of preventing enforcement action such as a bank levy or wage garnishment and by a means to establish or propose an agreement with...
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What are my rights as a taxpayer?  What appeal rights do I have regarding IRS actions or decisions?  These are common questions a taxpayer may have when a tax liability is owed to the IRS and the taxpayer is in the collection process with the IRS.  The information below has been provided for general information...
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Embezzlement or theft may be a more frequent issue faced by small and medium sized businesses than many people think.  Often office managers or employees will improperly take money or assets from a business.  Although, perhaps not as common as an employee misappropriating monies or assets, I have seen professionals, such as the businesses CPA...
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If you take mileage as a deduction on your income tax return, the IRS audit tip below may help you.  Many individuals will claim mileage as a non-reimbursed employee expense on Form 2106, or if self-employed, on a Schedule C, or the deduction may even be stated on another business income tax return.  Most individuals...
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Can the Internal Revenue Service refile a Notice of Federal Tax Lien?  This is a very important question if, in fact, the IRS has filed a tax lien on you or your business.  The answer, of which, greater detail is provided below, is yes, the IRS can refile a tax lien.  The article below has...
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Can I plead the 5th during the course of my communications with the Internal Revenue Service?  This is a common question I am asked by clients and taxpayers who may be under an IRS audit, IRS debt matter, or other related tax issues.  The article below has been prepared to provide general information regarding this...
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The article below has been prepared to act as an IRS Offer in Compromise resource page whereby individuals can obtain necessary information regarding an IRS Offer in Compromise.  Please note, this information is not legal advice and should not supplement the advice of a tax attorney or tax professional. What is an IRS Offer in...
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