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IRS Tax Controversy: Five Facts to Help You Avoid IRS Trouble

For most taxpayers an IRS tax dispute is the stuff that nightmares are made of, and this can cause fear and anxiety in the most honest taxpayer. This government agency has a reputation for being highly aggressive and unforgiving, and this reputation is well earned.  IRS revenue agents have a wide range of powers at their disposal. These agents can garnish earnings and paychecks, seize property and freeze accounts, and even take your home or put you in jail at times. As experienced IRS attorneys we see the devastation that the IRS can cause on a regular basis if the

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IRS Tax Controversy: How to Increase Your Chance of Being Audited

Controversy with the IRS is something to be avoided whenever possible. When the IRS puts a taxpayer in their sights the results are usually predictable. The agency will start piling up penalties and interest, seize assets and property, freeze bank accounts, and even start criminal prosecution against the taxpayer sometimes. The IRS will use every resource and weapon that they have available, sinking in their teeth like a rabid dog and refusing to let go. If you find that you are in an intimidating tax dispute situation with the IRS don’t worry, there is help available and things that you

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Avoid an IRS Dispute Before it Begins: Seven Tips to Avoid IRS Trouble

An IRS dispute is something that no taxpayer wants to be involved in, and a letter notifying you of an IRS dispute or audit can be the worst thing in the mailbox. The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth specializes in representing taxpayers who have a tax dispute with the IRS, We will work diligently to ensure that the entire process is as stress free as possible, and get you the most favorable terms that the tax code and laws allow. It is better to head off trouble before it can start, so we are providing practical tips that can help

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Facing a Tax Dispute? Don’t Let the IRS Intimidate You

If you are a taxpayer then the last thing you want to find in your mailbox is a letter from the IRS. This government agency has a well earned reputation, and the IRS uses fear and intimidation to get taxpayers to comply without question regardless of what the circumstances are. The IRS has found that bullying and aggressive intimidation tactics can be highly effective so the agency continues to use these methods and even push the legal boundaries  in many cases. The IRS maintains their reputation and tries to strike fear in the hearts of taxpayers with the goal of

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IRS Tax Relief: Six New Year’s Resolutions to Help You Avoid IRS Trouble

With the New Year holidays coming up you may be hoping for an IRS tax dispute resolution, or that you never have to deal with this agency again in the coming year if you have had past controversy with the IRS. We want to assist you in your goal in staying in the good with the IRS and avoiding any tax disputes. Listed below are 6 steps  which can help you avoid problems with the IRS, and keep any damage as small as possible if you do find yourself involved in a controversy with this agency: 1) Avoid panicking. No

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Five Steps to Take if You’re Stuck in an IRS Dispute

One of the things that most taxpayers are terrified of is to get into a tax dispute with the IRS. Anyone who has ever been in this position understands why the IRS is the most dreaded of the government agencies, and anyone who has never tangled with the IRS is extremely lucky. You do not want to catch the notice of the IRS if you can help it! The new year is right around the corner, and our law offices wish that no Texas taxpayer would have their lives made miserable by the IRS in the coming year but that

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What’s in Your IRS file? Do you know?

Do you know what the IRS has on file for you? Many of us have no idea. If you have filed taxes then you know they have the information that you sent with your tax returns. However, some taxpayers are surprised to see how much or even how little the IRS actually knows about them when they do review their files. You should know that anybody who pays someone and issues a 1099 or W2 would need to send a copy of that form to the IRS. This means that even if you forgot about a payment made to you

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