FBAR STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR PENALTY ASSESSMENT
The general statute of limitations for the IRS to assess tax or a civil penalty is three years from the filing of... Read More
BANKRUPTCY AND DISCHARGING TAX LIABILITIES
Are Taxes Dischargeable in Bankruptcy? If you owe past due federal taxes that you cannot pay, bankruptcy may be an option. As... Read More
IRS WARNS TAX PROFESSIONALS OF NEW E-SERVICES EMAIL SCAM
IR-2016-145, Nov. 4, 2016 WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service today issued an urgent alert to tax professionals who use IRS e-services... Read More
CAN A TAX ATTORNEY REPRESENT ME IN A TAX DISPUTE WITH THE IRS, EDD, SBOE OR FTB?
A taxpayer has a right to authorize another person to act on his or her behalf as a representative. Only an individual... Read More
DO I NEED TO FILE AN IRS 1099?
An IRS form 1099 is a form that is used to report payments that you make to others. The IRS uses this... Read More
EDD TAX LIABILITY
What are my options if I have an EDD tax liability? It is not uncommon for a business to experience payroll tax difficulties... Read More
BEWARE OF FAKE IRS NOTICES
There are several types of IRS scams that have been going around for some time. The typical IRS scam involves a phone... Read More
WHAT IS THE IRS COLLECTION APPEAL PROGRAM?
How can the IRS Collection Appeal Program help me if I have an IRS tax liability? When a taxpayer has an IRS tax... Read More
CAN THE IRS PREPARE A TAX RETURN FOR ME IF I HAVEN’T FILED ONE?
If you don’t file your tax returns, the IRS could file a return for you and begin enforced collection activities. The IRS... Read More
WHAT IS AN IRS COLLECTION DUE PROCESS REQUEST?
The IRS has broad collection authority to collect delinquent taxes and to seize and sell property to collect delinquent taxes. Internal Revenue... Read More