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  • The National Taxpayer Advocate Points to Systemic Flaws within the IRS
    The National Taxpayer Advocate Points to Systemic Flaws within the IRS

    Despite the IRS' recent achievements, and its 5-year Strategic Plan to streamline operations, The National Taxpayer Advocate exposed some core weaknesses. The National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA) is an ...

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  • Despite Budget Restraints, The IRS is Committed to Improving Quality
    Despite Budget Restraints, The IRS is Committed to Improving Quality

    The IRS published its 5-Year Strategic Plan for years 2018 to 2022. Below are some of its strategic goals. Honoring the Taxpayer Bill of Rights; Encouraging more online interaction to increase ...

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  • New York Alert: Active Tax-Debt Settlement Scam
    New York Alert: Active Tax-Debt Settlement Scam

    Friends, Be aware of an active tax-debt settlement scam targeting middle-class New York. The scammers pawn themselves off as tax-settlement professionals alerting you to— and offering to ...

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  • What is a 1099-C?
    What is a 1099-C?

    "What is a 1099-C?" is the question taxpayers will be asking as these forms arrive in their mailboxes this year. If you received one of these forms, you may be confused. "Why did I get this? What does ...

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  • Does issuance of a 1099-C mean you are not legally responsible for the debt?
    Does issuance of a 1099-C mean you are not legally responsible for the debt?

    Cancellation of debt legally owed represents income that must be included in your tax return. To encourage compliance with this tax responsibility, Congress amended the Internal Revenue Code in 1993 ...

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  • State or Local Tax Liens Appearing on Your Credit Report?  We Can Help
    State or Local Tax Liens Appearing on Your Credit Report? We Can Help

    If you have recently discovered that there is a state tax warrant or a tax lien against you, you are most certainly not alone. Similarly, if you have recently received a tax bill or notice, you are in ...

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