Frisco TX – Will The IRS Subordinate their Lien Position on my Property? In some cases, absolutely!

Taxpayer’s coming into our Richardson, TX tax office with IRS Debt, often have to deal with Tax Liens. As you’ve learned over the past few weeks, the Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is a powerful tool of the IRS and having an NFTL filed can wreak havoc over your

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Frisco TX – Removing an IRS Tax Lien (NFTL) to Complete a Real Estate Transaction

When taxpayer’s come into our Richardson, TX tax office and have IRS Debt, IRS Liens are often the major issue they are working to resolve, either preventing a tax lien from being placed on their assets or removing an IRS Lien that exists. Over the past few weeks, we

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Frisco IRS Help – Preventing an IRS Tax Lien from Being Filed on your Home and Other Assets

Taxpayers who come into our Richardson, TX tax office with IRS Debt often have IRS Liens that are a major headache in their lives or are under threat of a lien which concerns them.  One of our major goals in working with taxpayer’s with IRS debt includes

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Frisco TX – Why Married Taxpayers Should Consider Filing Separately

Typically, married couples file their Income Taxes using Married Filing Joint status without any thought. For most couples, the combined tax burden of the household will be lower when using Married Filing Joint (MFJ) status vs. using Married Filing Separately (MFS) status, so it makes sense to

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Plano TX – Reporting Real Estate Income on your Tax Return

Last week we covered the general rules around reporting rental Real Estate activities on tax returns.  This week we’ll begin to dive into more specific issues related to income tax reporting for Real Estate Investors, by covering the reporting of income on rentals.  Today, we’ll cover income

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Frisco TX – Requesting a CDP Hearing vs. An Equivalent Hearing to fight an IRS Levy

 If you owe the IRS, one of the most powerful enforcement tools of the IRS is the tax levy  Tax Levies include bank levies, wage garnishments, or other asset seizures. When taxpayer’s come into our Richardson, TX tax office and have received a Final Notice of Intent

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Dallas TX – Why Being in Currently Uncollectable Status with IRS Debt Might be the Perfect Time To File an Offer-In-Compromise

There are times when I have taxpayers come into our Richardson, TX tax office, who are experiencing difficult financial times, often through no fault of their own.  Perhaps they’ve had a death in the family, lost their jobs for an extended period of time, or have had

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Plano TX – What is Currently Not Collectible Status from the IRS?

Big companies are known for getting all sorts of breaks, but when average people fall behind, they rarely receive help. When you owe back taxes, but can’t afford to pay them, then you may qualify for a special tax status known as currently not collectible. If you’re

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Auto Deduction for Real Estate Agents and Other Self Employed Taxpayers

Among the industries and professionals that my Dallas, TX tax firm works with include both Real Estate Investors and Real Estate agents. As independent contractors, real estate professionals often incur substantial out of pocket costs to run their business and those costs include the costs of using

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Plano TX – Have You Received an IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy? Here’s What You Should Do!

If a Taxpayer has IRS Debt and it gets far enough through the collection process, eventually the IRS will send a Final Notice of Intent to Levy. This will be a different form depending on which section of the IRS is sending the notice, but typically, it is

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