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What is “Tax Compliance” for purposes of the IRS and Connecticut DRS in Hartford, CT? - 05/31/11 11:00 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently appear before both the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) and Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (“DRS”) on behalf of taxpayers in Hartford, Connecticut as well as other parts of the state, and tax compliance is almost always raised as an issue. So what is “Tax Compliance” and what is its importance to your case? What tax compliance means is that the taxpayer is currently complying with the tax laws, which means that: · All past due tax returns have been filed · They are having the proper tax withholding done currently if they are an employee, or if they (1 comments)
Back Taxes Nonfilers Hartford, CT: TIGTA Reports up to $576 Million Owed in Back Taxes for 2007 - 05/31/11 10:58 PM
<!--StartFragment--> A report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration states that the IRS unearth as much as $1.3 billion in unpaid taxes, penalties and interest by making better use of currency report data to identify taxpayers with potentially unreported income. We are often asked to assist nonfilers in dealing with unpaid taxes, interest and penalties in the Hartford, CT area. TIGTA identified a number of individuals who have enough cash to engage in currency transactions totaling at least $20,000, but did not file tax returns even though they appeared to have a filing requirement, as well as individuals engaged (0 comments)
IRS Offer-in-Compromise in Hartford, Connecticut: How does the IRS determine what to accept for an Offer-in-Compromise? - 05/31/11 10:56 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently represent clients who want to resolve their outstanding IRS federal tax debt with an Offer-in-Compromise in Hartford, Connecticut often ask us how much they have to offer? The truth is it depends upon the individual’s personal financial situation. The IRS looks to obtain what it can based upon the taxpayer’s Reasonable Collection Potential, or “RCP.” It is the RCP that will determine whether the taxpayer’s Offer-in-Compromise is ultimately accepted by the IRS. So what is involved with the RCP? For our clients in Hartford, Connecticut and elsewhere, the RCP consists of what the IRS could expect to collect (2 comments)
IRS Tax Lien withdrawals in Hartford, Connecticut: How do I have the IRS withdraw its tax lien? - 05/31/11 10:54 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently represent clients who have a federal tax lien for outstanding IRS federal tax debt who want to have the lien withdrawn. The IRS files its federal tax lien to protect its interest in the taxpayer’s current assets and any after-acquired assets (meaning those assets the taxpayer purchases or comes into after-the-fact). The IRS will agree to withdraw (or remove) its federal tax lien where the taxpayer can demonstrate that the IRS Collection situation will improve by the removal of the tax lien. When we handle these situations for taxpayers we are required to demonstrate why the removal (0 comments)
IRS Tax Lien Subordination in Hartford, Connecticut: Having the IRS agree to subordinate its lien for a new creditor may not be as taxing as you thought! - 05/31/11 10:52 PM
<!--StartFragment--> We frequently represent clients who have a federal tax lien for outstanding IRS federal tax debt and can now obtain financing from a new creditor who insists the IRS subordinate its lien to their lien. The IRS often agrees to a subordination, which means that it will agree, in writing, to allow another creditor to lend money to the taxpayer and have that lenders lien take priority over the existing IRS tax lien. Inn order to obtain a subordination, we make a written request with very specific information that demonstrates how the IRS’s ability to collect the old tax debt (0 comments)
IRS NATIONAL WEBINAR: DEALING WITH THE IRS COLLECTION DIVISION - 05/12/11 09:44 PM
<!--StartFragment--> A Practical Review of IRS Collection Procedures and Opportunities to Help Your Clients A Live Two -Hour Webinar from CCH On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 - 1 PM EST Join Attorney Eric L. Green and learn How the IRS Collection Division Operates and What Opportunities Exist to Help Taxpayers Resolve Their Tax Issues As the federal government faces extreme financial pressures, the IRS is using every tool it has available to identify taxpayers who owe back taxes in its efforts to close the “tax gap” and collect owed revenues. As of December 31, 2010 there are more than 10.4 million (0 comments)
IRS Criminal Payroll Tax Cases Hartford, CT: IRS Criminal Division begins focusing on criminal payroll tax cases. - 05/08/11 07:32 AM
<!--StartFragment--> With the recent uptick in enforcement by the IRS comes a new trend in criminal tax prosecutions of payroll tax cases. Whether your business is located in Hartford, Connecticut or elsewhere, the failure to collect and pay-over the payroll taxes may create more than just financial problems for you. We frequently represent taxpayers having a difficult time paying their payroll tax obligations to the IRS. In general these matters remain civil issues with the IRS and we help our clients resolve these matters either through installment agreements or by filing an offer in compromise. However, there has been a significant (2 comments)
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