From the taxes Tag

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 […]

Divorce – More Than Just Emotionally Crippling; It Can Deliver a Financial Tax Blow

Dissolving a marriage can create a ripple of tax consequences for both spouses. Filing your tax returns after a divorce, or even a separation, may be trickier than it was when you were married. […]

Do You Qualify for A Penalty-Free Hardship Withdrawal From Your 401(k) or Other Qualified Retirement Plan?

You can take a distribution from your 401(k) without penalty only if you leave employment or the plan terminates, you turn 59 ½ years old, or you qualify for a hardship withdrawal. The penalty […]

Are the People of Arizona Being Taxed More Unfairly Than Other States?

Most U.S. taxpayers, at some point in time, have probably felt that the amount of taxes they were required to pay was unfair.  The people at WalletHub recently conducted a survey of 1,050 Americans […]

IRS Imposters Targeting Unsuspecting Taxpayers With Continuing Phone Scams

People all over the country are receiving calls from scam artists posing as IRS agents attempting to collect delinquent taxes. The level of deception goes fairly deep and is fairly complex. The imposters are […]

The Taxable Difference Between Workers’ Compensation and Disability Insurance

Workers’ compensation and disability insurance both pay in the event of a debilitating injury, so it is easy to think of them as the same thing. But they differ in several very important ways, […]

Swiss Banker Surrenders To U.S. Authorities

The U.S. continues its aggressive pursuit of unreported income from foreign bank accounts.  But in one Swiss case it did not involve a U.S. taxpayer.  Rather it involved a former UBS banker, Martin Lack, […]