It’s no surprise to learn that many Americans have skyrocketing debt, and in particular big tax debt too.  With huge tax debt and hard to pay tax liability many folks received IRS tax liens, wage garnishments, and asset seizures – all things that cause normal taxpayers to get pretty nervous and hire the first company who promises help.  Sadly, many of those companies are tax resolution services scams.  Here’s the biggest scammers:  TaxMasters, JK Harris, and Ronnie Deutsch were just a few of the big name services that came under legal persecution and eventually went into bankruptcy. Read the full article –>

When the IRS began seizing assets of a man in Boston who owed $600,000 dollars in back taxes, nobody really took notice.  The IRS conducts wage garnishment, asset seizure, and other tax levying collection efforts to settle tax debt.  But in this particle tax resolution case, many Bostonians were out in the rain to get a piece of the auction – or in this case parking spot action. Read the full article –>

There’s a Few Important Differences

We talk with a lot of folks about tax resolution and tax debt reduction, and often times we use the terms Tax Expert and Tax Pro.  We typically get the question – “What’s a tax pro? Is that like a lawyer or something?”  It’s a great question because we get a chance to be an educator on tax resolution.  We’ll cover the differences and the times when you’ll need an IRS tax attorney vs. an IRS tax relief specialist.   Read the full article –>

What are Back Taxes?

The term “Back Taxes” refer to tax debt that wasn’t paid when it was due. Typically, these are taxes that are owed from a previous year. You might owe back taxes if you were unable to pay on time, or if you failed to file your tax return on time and had tax liability that you owed. Read the full article –>

It has been a tough year for the IRS.  In May, a major report revealed that the IRS had unfairly targeted conservative groups, much to the chagrin of Republicans and Independents.  In June, allegations from a Treasury Department watchdog were officially released to the public, condemning the IRS for excessive spending and questionable training videos.   Read the full article –>