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Can I Be On Two Different Payment Plans With the IRS? – Mary

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“Dear Jim, Currently on a payment agreement with the irs for one year, with payments being $25.00 a month. I’m not employed, but I am seeking employment. Most likely my next employment will be of minimum wage. I have nothing, no properties, cars, nor any type of valuables. The due amount is about $16,000. For taxes of Yr 2010. I ... Read More »

We Have an IRS Payment Plan But My Husband Just Died. What Do I Do? – Maggie

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“Dear Steve, My husband recently passed away. I know I have to file taxes for him and I since we were married, but my question is do I still have to pay any taxes that we owed from previous years. He was making a payment once a month. Do I have to continue to do that? How do I find ... Read More »

The IRS Has Not Debited My Account Yet. Should I Worry? – Art

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I’m almost debt free. Used to be in debt and owed back taxes. I am now almost debt free (thank to awesome people like you) and will be up to date with my taxes within 30 days. I filed my 2011 taxes Two weeks ago Saturday. My CPA said the IRS will debit my bank account on 3/20 for Federal ... Read More »

Owe The IRS? Here Are Eight Awesome Insider Tips to Make it Less Painful and Cheaper

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The following guest post was contributed by Jim Buttnow. Jim is a licensed CPA who spent 19 years with the IRS coordinating large compliance teams of IRS agents and specialized personnel. In the last 5 years, Jim has invented consumer and practitioner software and treatises on how to address many different tax issues. He has also represented many people before ... Read More »

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