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Reverse Mortgage use in paying delinquent taxes

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Generally if one has an asset such as a home, the IRS will expect the taxpayer to borrow against it to pay delinquent taxes. In years past,
 

Tax Hints if you're headed for divorce

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There are several things I recommend you do if you think you are headed for divorce, both for future tax audit sake and to make sure all assets are revealed.
 

Please Vote Today

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This is election day and a most important day in the year for the future of our country. There are many issues of great importance to be decided, such as taxes, education and the economy. While it is true that most of my clients are behind in their taxes, I know they all love this
 

When Are Partners Liable For Partnership Taxes

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The general rule is that a general partner is liable for all debts of the partnership. If you wanted to be shielded from liability, the partnership should have been set up as a partnership with a general
 

School Expense deductions and credits

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There are some credits and deductions related to children in school, even up to college level, that can be utilized to reduce your taxes. Student loan interest is deductible as well as tuition and fees
 

Passing Real Estate after death

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A married couple owning a home jointly is a very common situation. Unfortunately, many times when the first spouse of the couple passes away, the remaining spouse believes the home
 

What's the best way to send tax payments to the IRS?

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First, if you mail payments, you should always use certified mail to send anything to the IRS. That way you get the green card back, which is proof that they received it. However, there is now a
 

Consequences of not paying estimated taxes

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Having more expense than income is a common occurrence in today’s world with the current economic situation. This is especially true for someone who owns a small business or gets 1099 income, i.e. the person is paid for services but no taxes are withheld. The small business owner or
 

What are the odds of being audited?

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The odds of any one person being audited are very slim. A new research report recently was published that stated that individuals and small corporations only have a one per cent chance of
 

Joint Offer in Compromise for Divorced Couples

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In an earlier blog, I talked about an ex-wife's liability when the ex-husband successfully pursued an Offer in Compromise. I said that the IRS can pursue this person’s ex-wife for any joint tax liability remaining after his Offer in Compromise is paid. Today I’m going to propose another solution to
 

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