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IRS Offers Payment Plans to Those Having Money Troubles

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If you owe the IRS taxes and you’re having a difficult time paying, you’re not alone. In 2010, 23.9 million individual taxpayers filed a tax return with a balance due. More than 20 million taxpayers paid the tax with their return, after the first IRS notice, or after receiving an extension to pay from the IRS. However, another 3.8 million ... Read More »

Settle Tax Debt for Pennies on the Dollar. The Newest Scam

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I’m a big fan of the Red Tape Chronicles and Bob Sullivan. He just posted a great article titled “Tax debt settled for pennies? Don’t count on it” and it’s worth a read. But here are some important highlights. That’s why, as tax day approaches, you are hearing seemingly nonstop advertisements for companies that claim magical powers to wipe away ... Read More »

Advertisements About Eliminating IRS Debt Not Honest

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Attorney General Abbott Charges JK Harris With Misrepresenting Its Ability To Reduce Unpaid Tax Debts South Carolina firm’s advertisements overstated, misrepresented its tax resolution services AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today charged JK Harris & Company, LLC, its owners and two related firms with materially misrepresenting their ability to help Texans resolve their unpaid tax obligations. According to ... Read More »

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