Eleven (11) Tips to Help Millennials Get Through Tax Season Unscathed

Filing taxes isn’t easy for anybody, but it’s even less so for millennials, who have no experience with the annual tradition, and who are undergoing an onslaught of life transitions that impact […] Read More

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5 Tax Law Changes You’ll Want to Watch Out for This Tax Season

If you’re saving for retirement, 2015 is shaping up to be an important year, with new guidelines from the IRS that will give you more tax-advantages on your savings accounts. However, while […] Read More

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When An Offer in Compromise Is On the Table, Should You Take It?

When you owe money to the IRS, it’s important to keep in mind that they operate just like any other creditor—they are interested in one thing and one thing only: collecting what […] Read More

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Can an IRS Lien Override a Mortgage?

If you owe taxes and haven’t paid, the IRS can place a lien on all personal property including real estate. But what if you have a mortgage on that property? The IRS […] Read More

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Government Report Points Out that Many IRS Seizures are Illegal

With all of the scandals that the IRS has recently been facing they can’t really afford to be hit with more bad press. However, that is exactly what is happening. A recent […] Read More

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