From the November, 2015

Identity Theft – Finally a Little Help From the IRS?

In June of 2015, the IRS acknowledged that over 100,000 tax payers information had been stolen from IRS databases and used to file over 13,000 fraudulent returns, resulting in more than $39 Million in […]

Beware of Crooked Debt Collectors

The Federal Trade Commission has been on a hot streak recently in obtaining judgments against dishonest debt collection agencies, resulting in restraining orders halting operations and ordering repayment for affected consumers These judgments highlight […]

Most Common Business Tax Penalty and What to Do About It.

One of the most common letters our clients receive from the IRS is a penalty assessment letter associated with their business entity. And the good news is that the penalties can often be waived. […]