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July 2016 Archives

Tax controversy: Sometimes it's the IRS' fault

Communication is a two-way street. It is successful when sender and receiver actually exchange information. Breakdowns in personal communications can mean big trouble for Minnesota spouses, parents, children and whole families. Business conducted without clear communication can quickly lead to disaster.

'First Time Abate' is useful, but not for everyone

We have noted before that the tax collector is not someone to be trifled with. When a taxpayer receives a notice of an issue regarding his or her taxes from the IRS or from the Minnesota Department of Revenue it can be disconcerting, but it is not something that can be ignored.

Tips that may help ward off an audit

We are well into summer. By some measures it's about half over. At the start of the season, many parents of teenagers from Minneapolis-St. Paul to across the river in Wisconsin likely were pressing their offspring to go out and get jobs. In some cases, especially if the parents have their own businesses, jobs were created for sons or daughters.

There's nothing juvenile about being tagged tax delinquent

When a Minnesotan who has not reached the age of majority violates the law it's not called a crime, at least not most of the time. Rather, it's called a delinquent act. Because the perpetrator is not an adult the penalties for wrongdoing tend to be less severe.

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