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  • Top 4 IRS Audit Triggers
    Top 4 IRS Audit Triggers

    In 2016, the IRS audited more than 1 million tax returns . This is just 0.49% of the 244 million tax returns filed that year. However, the probability of being audited by the IRS is not necessarily ...

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  • Does Bankruptcy Provide IRS Tax Debt Forgiveness?
    Does Bankruptcy Provide IRS Tax Debt Forgiveness?

    Every year, hundreds of thousands of people use bankruptcy to wipe out their debt. Typically, bankruptcy can eliminate credit card debt, medical debt, unpaid utility bills, certain personal loans, and ...

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  • How to Navigate the IRS Appeals Process
    How to Navigate the IRS Appeals Process

    Deciphering your tax burden can be complicated and frustrating, especially when you’ve just had to go through a full-scale audit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). However, as a taxpayer you have ...

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  • When Should I Appeal an IRS Audit?
    When Should I Appeal an IRS Audit?

    When you’ve undergone an IRS tax examination, better known as an audit, you may not agree with all their findings. After you look over the results from the IRS, you may find that you’re being asked to ...

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  • How to Avoid IRS Tax Levies | Brevard County Tax Law Attorneys
    How to Avoid IRS Tax Levies | Brevard County Tax Law Attorneys

    Tax levies are used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to collect on outstanding taxpayer dues. By seizing property, freezing bank accounts, or even removing a portion of your bi-monthly paycheck, ...

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  • 5 Common Triggers for IRS Audits | The Buchalter Law Group
    5 Common Triggers for IRS Audits | The Buchalter Law Group

    Very few phrases inspire more fear in the hearts of taxpayers than these three words: “IRS tax audit.” Thankfully, audits are infrequent, and fewer than 1% of all tax returns will snag a spot on the ...

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