Did You Underestimate Your Estimated Taxes?

If you did underestimate your taxes don’t worry, you have plenty of company. The IRS has estimated that roughly 10 million taxpayers underestimated the amount of taxes they owe between 2007 and […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Shares Story of Wayward Tax Preparer

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR shares stories most people don’t hear about to inspire taxpayers to seek the services of reputable, law-abiding tax preparers and steer clear […] Read More

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Tax Time Made Dad Go Bad

As a tax attorney I hear stories and come across news in professional journals that the majority of people never hear or see. And, trust me, many of the stories are difficult […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Helps Taxpayers De-Stress When Audited by IRS

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR tells taxpayers who receive an audit letter from the IRS that hiring an experienced tax attorney makes the experience significantly less stressful. […] Read More

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The Tax Consequences of Tying The Knot

June is typically one of the most popular months for couples to tie the knot. If you are getting married this month, I hope you have already considered the tax consequences associated […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Discusses When Legal Settlements Are Taxable

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR.com uses the recent removal of Dr. Dao from a United Airlines flight and his subsequent settlement with United to discuss when the […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis, On Avoiding and Evading Taxes

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR helps readers understand the somewhat hazy difference between what the IRS considers avoiding or evading taxes. He clarifies that one is acceptable, […] Read More

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World Travel is Out of the Question if You Owe the IRS

If you owe the IRS money, I hope you don’t have any travel plans that require showing your passport. You will want to stay put if you owe the IRS $50,000 or […] Read More

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Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Says Future Tax Seasons May be Less Stressful

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR reports that Trump’s Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act could lead to a future of less stressful tax seasons. Fairhope, AL, […] Read More

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We May Be Headed for a Less Stressful Tax Season

With tax season gearing up, you can almost feel the stress level rise all around. However, if the new President is able to fulfill his promise to American taxpayers with his “Middle […] Read More

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