From the January, 2015

What To Do About An IRS Wage Levy Or Garnishment

The IRS is a serious creditor, and will undertake serious collection action when you owe back taxes. The agency may place a lien on your property, making it difficult to obtain credit or sell […]

Should I Itemize My Deductions?

Knowing how to fill out a tax return takes a lot of skill and knowledge. There are programs available to assist you, but many times the lack of personal interaction leads to missed deductions […]

Arizona LLCs and the Publication Requirement

In Arizona (and a handful of other states), publication is required when you form a limited liability company. But what happens if the organizer (the person forming the LLC) doesn’t complete this step within […]

What Is A Tax Lien?

Liens are legal tools used to ensure payment of debt. When you take out a loan for a car or a home, the lender will place a lien on the collateral until the loan […]

What Does It Mean When A Trust Becomes “Irrevocable”?

The distinction between a revocable and an irrevocable trust is an important one because it determines whether a particular trust may be modified afterwards by the trustor (the person creating and funding the trust). […]

Common Penalties For Failure To Pay Taxes

If you fail to pay your tax liability as it becomes due, you will be assessed fines and penalties until you do pay. If the failure persists for several years, the fines and penalties […]

How Much Time Do I Have To Pay Taxes?

The failure to pay income taxes, or the inability to do so is common. Each year, there are taxpayers who are unable to remit payment with their return on April 15th.  If this is […]

Can Tax Debt Be Eliminated?

Owing taxes is stressful, especially if you are unable to pay what is due. For those that find themselves in the unenviable position of owing Uncle Sam every April 15th, a little known secret […]

How A Tax Resolution Attorney Can Help You

The end of the year seems to be the busiest time for most Americans. After Thanksgiving ends, the Christmas and Hanukah holidays begin and before you know it a new year has started. At […]

Wills and Trusts Aren’t Yet Ready to Join the Digital Age

Most people these days use electronic media as their primary form of communication and record keeping, but there are some areas where paper records are still the norm where there is a need to […]