Thinking of Not Filing Your Tax Return? Why That’s Not a Good Idea!

With all that’s going on in the world, the negative impact on businesses and the layoffs of W-2 workers, it can be tempting to put off filing your taxes, particularly if you will owe taxes. In the best of times, most taxpayers dread the tedious task of

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Uh Oh! The IRS Filed an NFTL on me. What Do I Do? Plano TX

The Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is a very powerful tool of the IRS.  When taxpayers have tax debt, one of the most common reasons they come to our Richardson, TX tax office is due to a tax lien. I will often be asked if I can

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Plano TX – Why 2020 Might Be Time To Deal with your IRS Problems

If you’ve owed the IRS over the past 10 years, while you may not have been lucky to have an IRS problem, in general, we’ve seen a much less aggressive IRS in collecting tax debt.  As an Advocate for Taxpayers with IRS problems, I have found the IRS

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Plano TX – How To Get an IRS Tax Lien Withdrawn!

Many of the Taxpayer’s coming into our Richardson, TX tax office with IRS Debt have a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) or are under threat of an NFTL. As you’ve learned over the past few weeks, the Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is a powerful tool of the IRS

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Richardson TX – Tax Law Changes for 2019. What Will Impact You?

In 2017, Congress passed The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), which was the largest piece of tax legislation that we’ve seen in three decades. The new law had an impact on almost all taxpayers who came to our Richardson, TX tax office, as well as taxpayers throughout the country. Most

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Plano TX – How to calculate Insolvency for a Cancelled Debt on Form 982

Two weeks ago, I wrote that there are certain situations which permit the exclusion from Gross Income on a Taxpayer’s tax return, when they are the recipients of debt forgiveness that would typically be taxed. One of the options that permitted exclusion was for debt cancelled during insolvency. Today we’ll

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Richardson TX – Who Qualifies for the Home Office Deduction

In some case, entrepreneurs who work from home can write off a portion of their housing and utility expenses.  That’s often a big question for our clients in our Richardson, TX tax office, who use part of their home in their business.  If you qualify, it can have

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Frisco TX – Did You Know That The IRS May Accept a Payment Plan That Won’t Full Pay Your Tax Debt? The Partial Pay Installment Agreement (PPIA)

Did you know that as a taxpayer who owes income taxes to the IRS, you may qualify for a payment plan that if all payments are made, will not completely pay your tax debt within the 10 years that the IRS has to collect income tax debt? 

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Plano TX – Most Recent Changes to Tax Law for 2019

On Friday, the President signed into law the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020. In addition to preventing a government shutdown, the Act included many tax provisions that often impact clients of our Richardson, TX tax office as well as other taxpayers throughout the country. Below are some of the

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Plano TX – 7 Tax Strategies to Maximum Student Financial Aid

Many of our clients in our Richardson, TX tax office are families with children in college or have children who may be attending college in the future and are planning for that cost. What’s on your tax return plays a big role in determining how much financial aid a

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