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Category: IRS

Can I Negotiate With the IRS Myself?

Posted in IRS on January 21, 2024

If you have received a notice from the IRS stating that you have outstanding tax liability in Las Vegas, then you may be feeling unsure about what to do next. If your IRS bill includes penalties or interests, then this can add further stress to the situation. Despite what your feelings are, you are likely… (Keep reading)

How Do I Fight an IRS Bill?

Posted in IRS on January 19, 2024

Getting an IRS bill can always be stressful, especially if it is unexpected. However, it’s important to know that just because the IRS has sent you an amount of tax liability that you owe does not always mean that you have to pay it. By working with a Las Vegas tax litigation attorney, you can… (Keep reading)

What is an ITIN?

Posted in IRS on January 5, 2024

An ITIN, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, is a number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for tax processing purposes. It is given to individuals who are required to have a taxpayer identification number in the United States but are not eligible to obtain a Social Security number (SSN) from the Social Security Administration… (Keep reading)

Examination Rate on Large Partnerships

Posted in IRS,tax planning on October 20, 2023

The Internal Revenue Service plans to increase its examination rate on large partnerships by 2025 also on employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs).

Internal Revenue Service Announcement for 1099-K Forms

Posted in IRS,tax planning,taxes on January 24, 2023

The Internal Revenue Service has announce that they will delay the implementation of the requirement to issue 1099-K forms from third party payment platforms for transactions of $600 or more. The American Rescue plan required these forms be issued for the 2022 tax year. The reporting requirement is now in effect for 2023. This allows… (Keep reading)

Improved Tax Filing Season

Posted in IRS,tax planning,taxes on January 24, 2023

In 2023, The Treasury Department promises an improved tax filing season but the $80 billion in extra funding won’t be felt for a couple of years. Improvements to taxpayers’ services will be the exception. In 2023, Taxpayers should be able to reach a live person on the IRS’s toll-free lines about 85% of the time… (Keep reading)

The Death of a Loved One is Extremely Difficult

Posted in asset protection,IRS,tax planning,taxes on September 26, 2022

The death of a loved one is extremely difficult. This information should help so at least their final tax return will not be a nightmare. After the death of your spouse, their final tax return (Form 1040) should be filed the following April 15th after their death. The preparer will check a box on the… (Keep reading)

When You’re Self Employed

Posted in asset protection,IRS,nevada business tax,nevada commerce tax,tax planning,taxes on August 18, 2022

A self- employed individual wears two hats for tax purposes, they are both the Employer and the Employee and pay both the Employer and the Employee portions of the FICA and Medicare (Self – Employment) taxes to the IRS.  Self employed individuals fall into three categories.  The first is the Sole Proprietor or Single Member LLC owner… (Keep reading)