Technically, a return is any taxpayer verification of income and deductions and an agreement with the IRS, or at least no contest from the IRS. So, the form that everyone files every year is one definition of a return, but it is not the only one. Many times, if you are already involved on an […]
The process of fighting IRS Examinations is fully covered in "Audits" You can follow the Prep Steps to gather all the documents & information to win your case against the IRS!
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Dealing with the IRS is made more frustrating by the complete lack of help you will receive from the IRS employees. The publications they print are hard-to-follow and offer no guidance. Any letter you receive from them is packed with methods to pay but little advice on how to fight. The reason for this is […]
When approached by the IRS for an audit or collections many people believe that by cooperating with the IRS then it shows their good faith and the IRS will leave them alone. That is actually true – up to a point. You must show your credibility & honesty through the presentation of your evidence. But, […]
When the IRS “invites” you to come on down to their office, it can be very intimidating because you don’t know what to expect and what documents the IRS wants from you. But now, the TaxHelpLaw program relieves you of fear by showing you exactly what to do and say. Every line of every common […]