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April 2016 Archives

What do I do if the IRS comes after me for my spouse's actions?

The turning of a new year is a point of significant demarcation for a lot of people in Minneapolis and Wisconsin. Tradition suggests that it's the time for us to turn over new leaves. Those in the practice of family law know it also happens to be the point at which a lot of couples who have been thinking about divorcing decide it's finally time to act.

Serious tax problems can result in serious penalties

There is a certain presumptive attitude that colors how the tax system works in Minnesota and at the federal level. That presumption is one of voluntary disclosure. That is, the expectation on the part of revenue collectors in St. Paul or in Washington is that taxpayers will honor their obligations on their own.

Do I need to speak with a lawyer before an IRS audit?

The word "audit" has a way of striking fear into the heart of any taxpayer. Notification by the Internal Revenue Service or Minnesota Department of Revenue that your tax history and filing practices are going to be put under the microscope is never a comfortable situation. One way to maintain a sense of composure is to seek qualified legal advice well before the date of that audit.

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