Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis On Reasons Why You Haven’t Gotten Tax Refund

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR reviews the typical reasons why taxpayers who expected a refund may not have received it and probably won’t. Fairhope, AL, May 31, […] Read More

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Are You Avoiding or Evading Your Taxes?

If you haven’t filed and/or paid your federal taxes in a few years, you’re not alone. Many individual taxpayers face hardships such as job loss, illness, divorce and other circumstances that make […] Read More

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The IRS is Handing Delinquent Taxpayers Over to Private Collection Agencies

Do you know what happens when a company hands an account over to a collection agency? It typically means that your account is really delinquent and that the collection agency will hound […] Read More

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Current Tax News is Mixed Bag of Good, Bad and Ugly

If you’ve been hankering for some relevant tax related news that might help you this time of year, it’s been pretty dismal. All you’ve been hearing about is the hoopla surrounding the […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Sheds Light on New Taxpayer Bill of Rights Adopted by The IRS

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR.com posts the new Taxpayer Bill of Rights adopted by the IRS and encourages every taxpayer to become aware of their rights when […] Read More

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Congress Not Needed. IRS Adopts Its Own Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

Back in the 1990’s Congress passed a taxpayer bill of laws twice. However, the IRS took the initiative to adopt one this year without being forced to by Congress.  Perhaps the overwhelming […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Reports IRS Tax Fraudsters Can Get Really Long Prison Sentences

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR.com says prison time for IRS tax fraud can be longer than one might think, showing two examples of a woman who received […] Read More

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A Queen in Her Own Mind for Tax Fraud, She Only Reigns Behind Bars

She may be the self-appointed queen of tax fraud, but her longest reign will be in a secure facility where she will receive anything but royal treatment. According to a recent Forbes […] Read More

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IRS Controversy: Are Blurred Lines Between ‘Employees’ and ‘Freelancers’ Setting Taxpayers Up For Disaster?

Ask any business owner what the worst part of his job is, and most of them will tell you that it’s dealing with the IRS. The IRS consistently makes life difficult for […] Read More

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Foreign Account Holders: Significant IRS Tax Deadlines Are Approaching

April 15 is the widely-known IRS tax deadline, by which most Americans must submit their income tax returns. But it is far from the only important “deadline day” for taxpayers. One such […] Read More

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