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February 2020 Archives

Some tax controversies may warrant going to court

Dealing with taxes is annoying at best and immensely complicated at worst. For some New York residents, their yearly tax journey may not end with simply filing their returns and receiving a refund or having a bit more taxes to pay. In some cases, the Internal Revenue Service could suspect an issue, and some taxpayers may have to handle tax controversies.

Improperly reporting cryptocurrency could lead to tax litigation

New York residents who are financially savvy may have jumped into the cryptocurrency game at its inception. Whether individuals have participated in crypto trades, mining, sales or other related activities, those actions may have become lucrative endeavors. Still, it is important to remember that if individuals do not report that income on their taxes, they could end up facing tax litigation.

Collections for tax debt do not have to go on forever

Paying taxes seems like a burden to most New York residents and those around the country. Though people may grumble at the amount withheld from their paychecks, they may feel relieved when they receive a refund. Unfortunately, everyone is not lucky enough to obtain a refund, and some may owe significant amounts. This type of ordeal can be difficult for some people, and they may face collections for tax debt.

What issues can lead to tax controversies, audits?

Tax season is typically not one that individuals look forward to. Though possibly receiving a refund can make having to go through the often tedious filing process worth it, it can still be a stressful time, especially if the IRS decides to conduct an audit. Tax controversies can cause anyone to panic, but there are ways New York residents could help themselves lessen the likelihood of an audit.

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