Tax Resources

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Taxpayers Clinic has put together FAQ’s, articles and news from around the internet to serve as a tax resource page. We’ve been helping people with IRS back tax problems for over 40 years. So we know a few things. Actually, we know everything about back taxes. Here you’ll find tax tips, helpful tax information and incredibly useful details. And, if you are a CPA or HR Professional, you will want to get to know us better.

IRS Back Taxes Misconceptions (Part 1)

IRS Back Taxes Misconceptions (Part 1) 9 SHOCKING MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT YOUR IRS BACK TAXES If you owe the IRS back taxes, chances are you’re stressed, uncertain where to turn for help and worried about your future. You might feel like you’ve been backed into a corner. In recent years, the economy has shifted radically, in...

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IRS Back Taxes Misconceptions (Part 2)

IRS Back Taxes Misconceptions (Part 2) IRS Misconception #5:  I’m in This Alone and No One Can Help Me Not true. You might be shocked to learn that more than 20 million Americans owe some amount of back taxes. According to the most recent data from the IRS, Americans owed over $114 billion in back...

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Interesting news stories about the IRS from across the web

As IRS prepares to double in size, it isn’t the billionaires who should be worried

Having trouble reaching the IRS for a missing tax refund? You’re not alone  FOX31 Denver

Biden’s IRS getting $80B from taxpayers to go after small businesses, Grover Norquist warns

If you are a CPA - you should read this article

CPAs Refer Their Back Tax Clients to Taxpayers Clinic

Why do CPAs refer so many of their clients to Taxpayers Clinic?  As we have mentioned before, Taxpayers Clinic does not advertise.  All our business comes from referrals.  Many of our clients come from CPAs. Why? Simply put, they tell us that sometimes they have clients with back tax problems who have asked them for help.  They say calling...

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If you work in HR, this is a great article to help answer your employees' questions about IRS levies

How to identify an IRS Scam

IRS Scam Alert: Don’t Be Scammed By Fake IRS Communications (Especially If You Owe Back Taxes. If the IRS needs to get in touch with a taxpayer, they send a letter— not an email, not a phone call, and definitely not a message over social media. Especially in cases of tax fraud. So, if you...

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Help With Your Tax Situation

Settle Back Taxes

Negotiating a settlement of your tax liability on your own is like representing yourself in a court of law. The process is time consuming and can be intimidating. You need a team that has gone through the process thousands of time to help you get the best outcome. The IRS regulations are extensive and IRS agents will not always be able to interpret what is best for you. Ignoring the situation will only make the problem bigger, so hiding is not your best option.  Taxpayers Clinic will help you settle your tax issues so you can get back to a normal life.

Stop IRS Levy and Seizure

Receiving notice of an IRS levy or lien can be very terrifying. Just the thought of the IRS seizing all of the money in your bank account, not to mention seizing your personal property, can be financially and emotionally devastating. Unfortunately, it does happen, the IRS can take and sell any of your property such as a boat, a car or even a house. It is never advised that any taxpayer should take on the IRS themselves, especially if it involves an IRS levy or lien. Taxpayers Clinic will negotiate the release of levied funds, protect you from future levy actions, while working towards a resolution of your tax liability.

Help with IRS Audits

An IRS audit can be a very stressful situation.  Knowing that the IRS wants to take a closer look at your tax returns, whether it’s all in the entire year or an adjusted portion such as expenses claim for meals or travel, can be very nerve racking experience. It is never advised that any taxpayer represents themselves in an IRS audit no matter how simply it may seem. Even if you honestly believe you’ve filed your entire tax return correctly

Reduce IRS Penalties

If you fail to pay your back taxes it will result in IRS penalties. These penalties can earn interest which will compounded over years and make your tax debt substantially larger than it initially was. There are some situations in which you can have your IRS penalties abated either partially or in full.