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IRS Compliance Updates

We wish to update you on the IRS’ collections efforts during this time of concern.  The IRS recently announced several changes to assist taxpayers by providing relief on a variety of issues ranging from easing payment guidelines to postponing compliance actions.  The projected start and end dates for this relief effort are April 1st and July...

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How Innocent Spouse Relief Unburdens Tax Debts

Innocent Spouse Relief By Michael Murray, North Carolina Tax Controversy Attorney Many couples choose to file joint tax returns to take advantage of the benefits this filing method affords married couples. Filing jointly results in joint and several liability of the taxes owed meaning that both taxpayers are legally responsible for the entire amount. This...

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How to Get Out of Tax Debt in 2020

by Justin Moyer, North Carolina Tax Controversy Attorney with Murray Moyer, PLLC How to Get Out of Tax Debt The new year often brings with it a aura of hope that comes from making resolutions and with this being the turn of a decade, you may be thinking now is the time to finally get out of tax debt. A huge tax bill, especially one you cannot fathom how to pay in...

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IRS Complaint? Know Your Taxpayer Rights

IRS Complaint? Know your Taxpayer Rights by Justin Moyer, Tax Controversy Attorney based in Raleigh, NC When you receive correspondence from the IRS and feel that you are not being treated with professionalism and respect, you may want to initiate an IRS complaint. To know how to do this correctly, it is important that you understand your rights as an American...

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Digital Tax Administration: The Future of Tax Reporting & Transparency

Digital Tax Administration Many business owners recognize a recent shift towards more transparency of data related to tax compliance and new approach to digital tax administration. This is a result of many issues including frequently changing tax policies, digital tools that allow for real-time reporting and the ability of tax authorities to execute more aggressive...

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Back Taxes May Lead to Revoked Passports

Back Taxes May Lead to Revoked Passports Back taxes may lead to revoked passports. The IRS recently notified more than 400,000 taxpayers that their passports will be revoked for back taxes. Under Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, the State Department must deny any passport applications or renewal requests from taxpayers owing more than $52,000 in...

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