Blogs

You may be thinking “If I can’t pay the IRS how do you think I can afford a lawyer?”Good question.However, sometimes you have to consider your options realistically. The IRS isn’t going away anytime soon and if you owe them money you will often need competent advice.  So before answering the question, here are some

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You negotiated a fair divorce settlement.The court assigned your spouse responsible for most of the joint IRS debt. Today, you get a notice from the IRS demanding payment for taxes your spouse is responsible for. You just want to get on with your life! You may be asking “Who is responsible for IRS debt?”. And “does

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Blogs, IRS Information, Lawyers

Filing taxes are a complicated procedure, and even if you diligently file your tax returns, you may still face a dispute with Internal Revenue Service (IRS). At times like this, the best way to get through is by enlisting the services of a tax attorney. A competent tax attorney will be able to present your

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Brokers may be unable to pay off their tax debt. If you’re a real estate broker or salesman, I know right now listings are very difficult to get. Which may be causing you a very difficult time financially. And now that it’s tax season, you may find yourself unable to pay off your tax debt.

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Blogs, IRS Information

How Does Wage Garnishment Work, Exactly?…and can a wage garnishment be stopped?Here is the way that wage garnishments work as far as the IRS is concerned:First, they have to give you the appropriate notices and your right to a hearing, unless you don’t respond to them by the deadline. If you don’t respond by the deadline,

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I Never Got a W-2 (or 1099). Do I Have To Report My Taxes?0:00 Tony here, I want to tell you about a caller from the other day who had a few questions. The first thing he asked me was, Do I have to file my tax return? And I probed a little bit. And

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Blogs, IRS Debt Resolution Options, IRS Information, Tax Debt, Videos

Hi, this is attorney Tony Ramos with a question that I get asked very often from my clients: “How can I pay the IRS less than what I owe?”. Unfortunately, this is a common misunderstanding about reducing IRS tax debt.Many clients think that you can negotiate with the IRS like you would a businessman. Unfortunately,

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Blogs, Case Studies

One important consideration made more than a $90,000 difference.Let me tell you about an offer-in-compromise case that I recently completed. My client was the pastor of a little church and he depended on the offerings for his income. Before he came to see me, he had several years of tax problems. I think he had his

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