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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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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Dallas Texas – Do you qualify for the IRS Offer-In-Compromise Program to eliminate your IRS Debt?

The IRS Offer-In-Compromise Program is one of the most popular IRS programs for those that have IRS Debt.  If you qualify, you can settle your IRS Debt for less than the full amount owed.  Watch our You Tube Video to learn more and to find out if

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Dallas – What To Do to Remove a Payroll Levy from the IRS

Our Richardson, TX tax firm frequently represents taxpayers in the DFW area, as well as other areas of Texas, who have had the IRS levy or garnish their wages through their employer.  Because this can account for a substantial portion of a taxpayer’s paycheck, it can create

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Should I File My Tax Return if I Can’t Pay the Tax Owed?

I have taxpayers call or come into my Richardson, TX tax office asking if they should file their tax return if they believe they will owe the government but can’t pay the tax.  Although I understand their apprehension of filing the return, my response is always that

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Why You Should File Your Income Tax Return Even If You Owe the IRS

For the personal returns of taxpayers, the IRS gives taxpayers until April 15th to file their tax return. However, if a taxpayer cannot file timely, by submitting IRS Form 4868, they are granted an extension to file their return until October 15th. Before we go further, I

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