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February 2014 Archives

Understaffed IRS phone lines signal trouble for taxpayers

For many Minnesotans, tax season is a stressful time of year. Between professional, family and personal responsibilities, it may be difficult to find the time to deal with problems that arise when completing state and federal income tax returns. In order to resolve lingering concerns or questions, a person might need clarity from tax officials. The Internal Revenue Service offers taxpayer assistance by phone, but this resource might only create frustration these days.

Independent contractors could create tax issues for employers

Businesses rely on a wide variety of strategies to meet their needs. In order to fulfill a demand for labor, independent contractors might be hired. Depending on the situation, it may be most intelligent to bring contractors aboard, perhaps if additional staffing isn't likely to be needed in the longer term.

Divorce-related issues could spark a tax audit

Divorce can be a very difficult process for couples to complete, so imagine the stress and anxiety that a tax audit would add to the situation. The unfortunate reality, however, is that certain aspects of divorce could pique the interest of the Internal Revenue Service, particularly if a couple is splitting a large amount of assets.

Tax liens can have damaging effect on credit scores

When the Internal Revenue Service believes that an individual failed to meet his or her full tax burden, the agency may do whatever it takes to recover funds. As such, the IRS may attach a lien to personal property, which means that they can claim it if a person fails to pay up.

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