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May 2016 Archives

IRS notice types seem endless, and none can be ignored

Tax issues can be a tangled mess to sort out. It's not unusual for a taxpayer in the Twin Cities area or the western part of Wisconsin to be thrown so much for a loop by a notice from the Internal Revenue Service that it leaves them frozen in their tracks. That's exactly the wrong reaction to have, however.

Tax law is complicated, but it's not intentionally so

As children, many of us may have feared the imaginary monster under our bed. Most folks in Minnesota and Wisconsin reading this would likely agree that even after we grow out of those childhood fears, there are plenty of real things to be afraid of. One of the biggest for those of the millennial generation is being pursued by the Internal Revenue Service.

Really: Infant girl a victim of FATCA info sharing deal

Earlier this year we wrote about how the long arm of the Internal Revenue Service can crimp the free movement of individuals. As that set of posts noted, what the State Department gives -- that is, documentation of one's U.S. citizenship -- the IRS can take away if the individual owes more than $50,000 in taxes, interest and penalties. A passport could be also be revoked if a person is too delinquent on child support payments.

Tax disputes could be another legacy of Prince's estate

History has a way of repeating itself. The passing of Minnesota music icon Prince may serve to provide the latest legal battleground. That's because the rock star died last month without a will. Many may be aware that legal wrangling continues today over the estate of Michael Jackson. He died in 2009.

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