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November 2013 Archives

Inconspicuous IRS rule change could have overt consequences

Tax refund checks are one of the few pieces of mail that people actually enjoy receiving from the Internal Revenue Service. Families often budget the use of this money for special purposes. As such, one woman's dismay when she found out that nearly all of her refund had been garnished for an old debt is definitely understandable.

Will tax-exempt advocacy organizations face challenges?

For many nonprofit and community organizations, tax-exempt status is very important. Without this designation, they would not be able to provide services. The unfortunately reality is that federal government officials can challenge this status if they feel organizations have stepped outside the confines of tax law.

What happens when a federal tax lien is attached to property?

Seeing a notice from the Internal Revenue Service arrive in the mail isn't likely to be a welcome sight. When federal officials claim that taxpayers have failed to pay their full tax liabilities, a lien may be attached to their personal property. This essentially means that the government is laying claim to property until the tax issue is resolved.

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