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Learn how long the IRS has to collect your unpaid taxes.

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For how many years can the IRS collect taxes? There is a
 

What records are needed to claim a tax deduction for household goods.

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Keeping good records is the key to having the IRS accept your donation of personal property (as well as real property) as a deduction. IRC §170 sets out substantiation requirements for deducting donations of personal items. Some of these are:
 

Learn how to spot a spam phone call claiming to be from the IRS.

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There is a nationwide phone scam in operation by scammers claiming to be the IRS. Here are 5 things to watch out for. Any one of these is an indicator of a scam. The IRS will never:
 

Learn about military tax breaks in today's blog

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There are several different kinds of tax breaks that are available to military personnel. Some of these tax breaks are:
 

Learn about how to keep good tax records in my blog today

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If you want to succeed in an IRS audit, the first thing you must do is keep good, organized records, not only tax records but of all important documents such as
 

Tips to help lower your taxes next year

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Here are a few tips to help you lower your taxes next year: (1) If you itemize deductions, try to increase your medical expenses by
 

More things not to do on your tax return if you want to stay out of trouble with the IRS

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Here are five more things you do not want to do that, if done, can lead to a criminal investigation: (1) claiming non-business expenses as business expenses, e.g. entertainment expenses;
 

What NOT to do on your next tax return if you want to stay out of trouble

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If you make a mistake on your return, that is not criminal. However, filing a willfully fraudulent return is criminal and can land you in jail.
 

Learn about mediation with the IRS

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The IRS will mediate certain cases and we will discuss some of those in my next blog. However, I first want to explain what mediation is and why it works in many cases.
 

What is an IRS Innocent Spouse?

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In order to ascertain whether one is eligible for Innocent Spouse relief, we must look closely at the years in question. Were the unpaid returns filed as joint returns?
 

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