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  • Understanding Your Tax Forms 2017: Form W-2, Wage and Tax StatementSun Feb 19, 2017 | forbes.com
    Here's your updated guide to what you should know about the form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, for 2017.
  • Options are available to those who owe taxesMon Apr 06, 2015 | consumeraffairs.com
    You just realized that you're going to have to send Uncle Sam some of your hard earned money to settle up your taxes. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) s
  • What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Tax BillMon Apr 06, 2015 | finance.yahoo.com
    There’s no application fee, but you’ll have to pay interest and penalties (at a lower rate than an installment plan, and far less than what you’d be charged if you simply...
  • 10 Things Tax Procrastinators Need to KnowWed Apr 01, 2015 | cpapracticeadvisor.com
    Here are 10 important things the American Institute of CPAs recommends that taxpayers know about getting their federal tax return to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by...
  • What to Do If You Can’t Pay Your TaxesTue Mar 31, 2015 | wallethub.com
    Tax season is a stressful time for most people, but it’s especially difficult for those of us with doubts about our ability to pay the IRS. The good news is there are a...
  • Owe Taxes This Year? IRS Offers Multiple Ways to PayWed Mar 18, 2015 | cpapracticeadvisor.com
    The IRS is reminding taxpayers that it’s easier than ever to pay their taxes electronically, and for those who can’t pay on time, quick and easy solutions are available.
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    The IRS recently issued new guidance on offers in compromise (OIC), continuing a trend of liberalizing rules for compromise of outstanding tax obligations. The IRS last...
  • IRS Tax Debt ReliefFri Apr 25, 2014 | irs.com
    Looking for tax debt relief? Learn about IRS payment plans, including installment agreements and offers in compromise.

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