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June 2014 Archives

Policy shift could change attitudes toward corporate tax issues

It goes without saying that the federal congress is incredibly divided. In this day and age, compromises are difficult to come by. However, one lawmaker pointed to the possibility of a major tax law reform that could receive bipartisan support.

IRS continues to go after delinquent taxpayers

Federal workers in the United States owe over $3 billion in back taxes, according to the Internal Revenue Service. That comes out to roughly 3 percent of federal workers having unpaid taxes. While this may seem like a high number, it is low compared to the overall population. The IRS said that at least 8.7 percent of the overall population owes back taxes

Feds may turn up pressure on employers for payroll tax debt

In our May 30 blog post, we discussed the Internal Revenue Service's efforts to target divorced spouses who fail to accurately report alimony payments as taxable income. This is part of a concerted effort to make up gaps in tax collection by targeting individuals who have supposedly skirted federal tax laws.

Privatized tax debt collection stands to hurt taxpayers the most

When the Internal Revenue Service believes that someone has not paid his or her tax burden in full, the agency will likely issue a notice of deficiency. In essence, this means that IRS tax collectors will pursue a taxpayer to settle the outstanding bill. Although this is how tax collection has worked for quite some time, a congressional proposal could introduce dramatic change.

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