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How Taxes on Groceries, Candy, and Soda Can Get Tricky
Even in 2020, jack-o’-lanterns and fake skeletons have popped up in neighborhoods as they do every October, although Halloween may look and play out differently this time around. According to the National Retail Federation, fewer people plan on partaking in Halloween activities, but those that do...
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New 2021 Tax Brackets
We only have two months left in 2020, but the Internal Revenue Service has already released a breakdown of the new 2021 tax brackets. Each year, the taxman updates its individual income tax brackets to reflect inflation. There are seven brackets: 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35% and 37%.1 The 2021 tax b...
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What Happens if You Don't Pay Your Taxes?
Every year, millions of people owe taxes. This number has increased due to the tax law changes that went into effect for the 2018 tax season. Lower refunds and more tax bills have taxpayers panicking and scrambling to figure out how they are going to pay their taxes.  So what happens if you don'...
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Tax Relief Scams You Should Avoid
Believe it or not, tax relief scams are quite common. Unfortunately, most people think they're not as likely to fall victim to swindlers. Once targeted, victims often feel extemely upset with many questions. To help you avoid tax relief scams, our team of tax lawyers has identified several common st...
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What Is The IRS Fresh Start Program?
Are you grappling with paying federal tax debt? If so, you may have come across the IRS Fresh Start Program (or People-First Initiative) in your research and are wondering if this initiative can solve your problems. What is the IRS Fresh Start Program, and can it help you settle your debt? The ...
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What To Do If You Receive a Tax Lien
A lien refers to a legal claim on a specific piece of property and it until the amount owed is paid off, whereas a lienholder is an individual or organization that makes a claim. In most cases, you may receive a lien in the form of a letter from the IRS or State Franchise Tax […]...
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Top 10 Common IRS Audit Triggers and What To Do
Hearing the word “audit” can give anyone a sinking feeling in their stomach, but luckily, audits are not as often as you may think. In 2019, the IRS audited 1 out of every 220 taxpayers, which was 0.45% of the total individual tax returns of the fiscal year. While more than half of those return...
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Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Tax Lawyer During COVID-19
What you need to know about Tax Lawyers: As the capitalist market continues to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, businesses are gradually realizing the importance of tax lawyers. Amid the global upheaval, new tax changes from the federal government and the IRS are confusing both small and big b...
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Will I Need to Pay Taxes on My Stimulus Check?
While the state of coronavirus pandemic does not seem to be getting any better, the Internal Revenue Service has sent out well over 150 million stimulus checks as of April 15 – totaling $267 billion.1 Many Americans have already received their checks – even deceased Americans were sent stimulus ...
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Effects of 2020 Tax Laws on Your Business
The rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic is causing devastating effects on local and global markets. From disrupting supply chains to threatening the global economy, the COVID-19 virus forces businesses to confront a host of challenges. As tax policy is a section of economic policy, policymakers...
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