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5 Important Tips To Avoid Tax Problems with the IRS

Avoid Tax Problems with The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth

Nobody wants to lock horns with the IRS as it can not just cause a lot of stress, but can also lead to severe consequences such as wage garnishment, or even jail. But, instead of getting intimidated by the IRS, the best thing to do is to avoid the pitfalls that can lead to such consequences. Lets us take a look. 1.  Make sure you file your tax return on time One of the most common reasons for taxpayers ending up on the wrong side is that they do not file their returns on time. The first step to avoiding

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Who Should File a Tax Return: Explained by Nick Nemeth

Whether you are required to file the income tax return depends on a number of factors such as your income, filing status, age, and dependency. Sometimes, even if you are not required to file a tax return, it may still be in your best interest to file the return. If you are wondering why, Nick Nemeth talks about five reasons why it still makes sense to file income tax return even if you think you do not owe any tax to the government. Take a look. 1. Extra Income Tax Withheld The Federal tax system authorizes employers to withhold some

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3 Things You Should Never Tell the IRS According to Nick Nemeth

IRS Problem With Nick Nemeth

Note – This post is an excerpt from Nick Nemeth’s talk on ‘Three Things You Should Never Discuss with the IRS’. To listen to what Nick had to say, watch the complete video at the end of this post. The Internal Revenue Code is extremely complicated and most taxpayers have little to no clue about the federal tax laws. This lack of understanding, combined with the pressure of dealing with the IRS, often results in taxpayers committing mistakes that cost them their homes, businesses and even families. To help you avoid facing a similar situation, in this post, we list

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The Roadmap to Dealing with an IRS Tax Issue

Resolve IRS Tax Issues with MyIRSteam

One in five people in the U.S, majority of them being the new taxpayers, find themselves stuck in the IRS tax issues. Out of which many go for a quick fix. As they say, any decision made in the haste is an invitation to a problem. It is, therefore, advisable to do your due diligence before taking any course of action. While there are many accredited firms, attorneys, and enrolled agents who can help you resolve your IRS issues, there are also many unscrupulous companies waiting to encash on your insecurities. Any company that is making larger than life claims

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