Tampa Tax Relief Blog

  • How to Survive a Tax Audit

    || 12-Jun-2013

    Taxes, tax returns, tax audits and the IRS in general can often leave a person feeling intimidated and powerless. Most people are unfamiliar with tax laws, tax procedures and the even the process involved in filing a tax return correctly. Many people turn to accountants, CPAs, tax attorneys and other professionals as there is no other option. One of the most frightening moments for a taxpayer is ...
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  • Tax Fraud and Tax Evasion: Your Attorney

    || 5-Jun-2013

    Tax fraud and tax evasion are criminal offenses. Filing a false or fraudulent tax return, intentionally leaving information pertaining to taxable income off your tax return, failing to file a return at all, and neglecting to pay taxes you rightfully owe are all examples of tax crimes. When an individual is believed to have committed a serious tax crime, he or she can expect the IRS to have their ...
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  • How to Qualify for an Offer in Compromise

    || 30-May-2013

    When an individual owes the IRS money for taxes there are numerous options he or she can take advantage of to pay off the debt. If you are unable to pay your taxes in full, the primary options recommended by the IRS are making a request for additional time in which to pay off the taxes you owe, applying for an installment agreement so as to be able to make smaller payments over an extended period ...
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  • What Should I Do If I Am Being Audited By The IRS?

    || 7-Feb-2013

    When most people learn they are being audited by the IRS, they immediately become worried and wonder what they may have done wrong. The first thing you should know is that an IRS tax audit does not necessarily mean you have done anything wrong. The second thing to know is that IRS tax audits are survivable, providing you know what to do and you have the resources at your disposal to meet the IRS ...
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  • The IRS is Putting a Lien On My Property. What Can I Do?

    || 31-Jan-2013

    Tax liens are one of the more aggressive ways the IRS goes about enforcing the collection of tax debts. When an individual, or business, does not pay their taxes there are many avenues the IRS can take in order to be help guarantee they get the tax money they are legally owed. When the IRS files a lien against your property, you are not necessarily losing your property rights, however there are ...
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  • IRS Reporting to Credit Bureaus?

    || 23-Oct-2012

    Currently any taxes owed to the IRS are not reported to any of the credit agencies, with the exception of federal tax liens. All of this could soon change if a proposal being considered by the Senate Finance Commission is passed. The Senate committee is considering amending section 6103 of the tax code in order to make reporting tax debt to the three major credit agencies. The underlying idea is ...
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  • Welcome to our Tampa Relief Blog

    || 5-Apr-2010

    We are pleased to announce the launch of our Tampa Relief Blog
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