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How to Stop a IRS Wage Garnishment

October 14, 2015  |   Back Tax Help   |     |   0 Comment

If you owe the IRS back taxes, one of their collection tools is a wage garnishment or wage levy. Generally speaking, there are two ways to stop a wage garnishment: (1) demonstrate to the IRS that the garnishment will result in a serious financial hardship for you and your family; or (2) enter into an IRS resolution program. It can be difficult to meet the financial hardship test because you have to demonstrate to the IRS ...

What You Need to Know about Your IRS Payment Plan Options

September 17, 2015  |   Back Tax Help   |     |   0 Comment

Do you owe the IRS back taxes?    If you owe the IRS back taxes and do not have the ability full pay the liability, then you need to consider an IRS payment plan. There are several different IRS tax payment plan options based on your specific situation. [embed][/embed] If you owe $50,000 or less and have the ability to make monthly payments for 72 months, then you may qualify for a streamline installment agreement. If ...

Filed Your Return and Owe?

June 04, 2015  |   Back Tax Help   |     |   0 Comment

If you filed your return and owe or you haven’t filed your return, you need to work with a reputable tax law firm to get back tax help. When you file your return and you owe, the IRS will process the return and send you a bill in the mail. This is important because once they make an assessment of tax, the IRS has 10 years to collect from the date of the assessment. During ...

Most Common and Important IRS Notices and Letters

August 26, 2014  |   IRS Notices   |     |   0 Comment

It is no secret that dealing with the IRS is a confusing, painstaking endeavor. Receiving letters and notices from the IRS is no different. All too often, the interaction between taxpayers and the IRS gets off to a bad start because of the cryptic language and format of the notice or letter. In this post we will identify and describe some ...

Will An IRS Tax Lien Hurt My Finances?

June 29, 2014  |   Tax Liens   |     |   0 Comment

In short, YES! So, what is an IRS tax lien? It’s a claim the Federal Government has against both your property and your rights to property for delinquent taxes. The tax lien is one of the most powerful collection tools the IRS has.  Simply by filing it in the county ...

An Austin Tax Attorney that You Can Trust

March 13, 2014  |   Tax Attorney   |     |   0 Comment

Each year the IRS sends millions of letters and notices to taxpayers.  Receiving any correspondence from the IRS can be a very scary experience.  Upon receiving a letter from the IRS, there are several options you have. The worst thing that you can do when you receive a letter from the IRS is ignore the IRS and hope they go away.  Federal ...

Does the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) Affect You?

February 26, 2014  |   Tax Law   |     |   1 Comment

There is often a romantic notion attached to the idea of having money stashed in bank accounts around the world.  It’s kind of like the ultimate game of hide and seek.  Unfortunately, this game is more and more leaning in favor of the US government.  Many have heard of the recent success the US government ...

Statutory Notice of Deficiency Letter- Gregory Tax Lawyers are Here for You

February 13, 2014  |   General   |     |   0 Comment

Statutory Notice of Deficiency Letter If you have received a Statutory Notice of Deficiency letter from the IRS, do not ignore the notice.  You need to take immediate action to protect your right to contest the underlying adjustments in Tax Court.   The best defense to receiving an IRS Statutory Notice of Deficiency is to hire tax legal counsel. Please understand- Gregory Law Group is here for You! A notice of deficiency, also called a "statutory notice of ...

Reasonable Reliance Exception to Penalties

January 18, 2014  |   Tax Law   |     |   0 Comment

There is currently an academic debate swirling around in tax professional circles.  The particular debate that I’m referring to involves taxpayers’ ability to avoid the accuracy-related penalty imposed by the tax code in cases where the taxpayer reasonably relied on the advice of a tax professional with respect to a position taken on the taxpayers return that is later determined to be incorrect. How Does Reasonable Reliance Exception to Penalties Work? Basically, here’s how the rule works.  ...

Tax Planning Strategies For You And Your Business

January 14, 2014  |   Tax Law   |     |   0 Comment

I’m Deborah Gregory, owner of the premier Dallas tax law firm, and we specialize in tax planning strategies for you and your business. My central focus as a tax attorney for small businesses and individuals is helping my clients keep more of their hard earned money in their own pockets.. This obviously includes audit help, and representing clients during IRS collection actions, but it also means helping clients with their tax planning so that ...

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