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September 2019 Archives

We can help stave off IRS collection efforts

Previous posts on this blog have described the broad powers the IRS has to pursue a person's wages and property in order to collect a delinquent tax debt. For instance, the IRS has the power to use wage levies, which work a lot like garnishments. Unlike traditional garnishments, though, the IRS does not have to go to court before issuing a wage levy.

The business versus hobby distinction

Many people in White Plains and the other communities around New York City have hobbies. In most cases, people probably think of a hobby as something that a person spends money on in order to get a non-financial benefit, like relaxation or personal satisfaction.

IRS offering limited settlement to some taxpayers under audit

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not have a reputation as being particularly forgiving. Some taxpayers currently under audit, however, are getting an uncommon opportunity: a limited-time settlement offer that will bring some finality to the issue at-hand.

Reality star indictment illustrates important lessons

Two reality starts that might be familiar names to residents of the Chicago area are now facing federal allegations of tax evasion and other federal charges. The couple has said that they are innocent of the criminal charges and have publicly blamed a former employee of theirs for the charges.

IRS wage levies can drain a person's paycheck fast

Like other debt collectors, the Internal Revenue Service has a process by which it can garnish an Illinois taxpayer's wages and divert those wages to offset delinquent taxes. Unless the taxpayer makes other arrangements, the wage levy will continue until the taxes get paid.

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East Hampton, New York 11937

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Chappaqua, New York 10514

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