IRS Levy Considerations for Federal Contractors

In a typical collection case, under IRC § 6330(a) the IRS is legally required to provide due process before proceeding with seizures, levies, garnishments, etc. ...
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What You Need To Know If The IRS Levies Your Social Security Benefits

Many people rely on their social security benefits as a way to bridge the gap between their retirement income and their monthly expenses. For others their social ...
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Differences Between A Wage Garnishment and Contractor's Levy

The last thing you want to hear from your employer is that they have been ordered by the IRS to withhold money from your paycheck. But, what if you're self-employed? ...
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How To Separate California Income Tax Debt In A Divorce Agreement

Going through a divorce can be a complicated process. Dividing up assets, going to custody hearings, and arranging a new living situation for yourself is enough to ...
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Appeals and Petition Rights After Innocent Spouse Denial

APPEALS PROCESS FOR INNOCENT SPOUSE RELIEF
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Innocent Spouse vs. Injured Spouse: Five Differences You Need To Know

Often times innocent spouse and injured spouse are used interchangeably, though they are two completely different types of relief. Knowing the difference between the ...
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Signature Under Duress: An Alternative to Innocent Spouse Relief

Perhaps you've already heard of innocent spouse relief and have done research on the different relief options (innocent spouse relief, relief by separation of ...
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Tax Refund Offset Going to Spouse's Debt? Injured Spouse Relief May Help

The two most common questions asked when someone files a tax return are how much of a refund will I get or how much am I going to owe.
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Community Property and The Federal Tax Implications

The IRS when assessing and collecting tax debt from a taxpayer follows the federal laws and regulations governing this but, when it comes to community property states ...
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IRS Tax Debt Relief: Do You Qualify For Equitable Relief?

If you don't qualify for other types of relief such as innocent spouse relief under Treasury Regulations ("Treas. Reg.") § 1.6015-2 or relief by separation of ...
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