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August 2015 Archives

It's never too early to start planning for next year's tax return

If the next three months pass as quickly as the last three months have, the tax season will be upon us before we know it. And, if experience is any kind of teacher, no matter how thoroughly we have planned, there is always another line item, deduction or credit to think about -- not to mention any IRS rule changes from the 2014 tax year.

The tax lien: what is it and what can be done about it?

Many taxpayers may have heard of a tax lien before, but they don't understand what the lien actually entails, such as the consequences of it being associated with your record. So what is a tax lien, and what does it mean for a taxpayer that is unfortunate enough to have it stuck to his or her record? Let's investigate further.

The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club

A friend of ours was floored recently when she received a letter from the IRS. Her first thought was our own first rule of IRS correspondence: Do not panic. In fact, "Do not panic" is also our second and third rule. Our friend's second thought was, "Good luck with that." It took her an hour to start breathing normally, she said -- and that was before she opened the letter.

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