Yes, you heard that right. The IRS adopted ten taxpayer rights back in 2014 to create a better understanding with consumers and those in the tax business. It is important to know that none of these were new rights, but existing rights created from regulations and polic...
Just because tax refund season is over, it doesn’t mean that taxes are done. The summer is when the IRS usually sends notices to taxpayers to resolve issues preventing your account from good standing. Below are three Summer notices to watch out for from the IRS.
With the passage of the new tax law, most taxpayers now know what their tax outcomes will look like next year. Some of our clients received a significant refund earlier this year, but in turn applied the refund towards their first quarterly tax payment.
Tax pros such as enrolled agents are some of the best mediators with the IRS. Great tax pros constantly stay on hold with the IRS agents, deal with tax refund statuses, and find additional ways to reduce further tax issues down the road.