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Tax

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Tax Debt Relief

By Bill Fay | September 13, 2018

Of all the debts you can possibly owe, federal tax debt is the most unavoidable. After all, the government can almost always find a way to collect. Overdue tax bills…

Tax Debt Help Form

By Devin Joy | November 3, 2017

Get Help With Your Tax Debt Learn your options with your tax debt in minutes. Free Consultation Contact our partners for a free consultation with our tax experts. They are…

IRS tax code is thousands of pages long

Does the U.S. Tax Code Encourage ‘Tax Avoidance’?

By Bill Fay | April 16, 2013

April 15 has passed and you know what that means:  Somewhere around 140 million taxpayers are hoping they don’t get audited. Not because they cheated, but because they have no…

Tax evaders and avoiders mean more taxes for the rest of us.

Tax Day is Here – and So are the Tax Evaders and Avoiders

By Bill Fay | April 12, 2013

Tax Day is upon us once again. This year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) expects to receive 250 million tax returns and $2 trillion in revenue. And regardless of all…

As April 15 tax deadline approaches, IRS warns of identity theft and fraud.

Taxpayers Beware: Filing Scams and Refund Fraud on the Rise, Says IRS

By Bill Fay | March 27, 2013

There is encouraging news from the IRS this week: Statistically speaking, you likely are due a refund when you file a tax return. There is also discouraging news: That refund…

Education tax credits can help young couples

Education Tax Credits Offer Big Savings for College Students and Their Families

By Kaitlyn Fusco | March 21, 2013

As the April 15 deadline to file taxes approaches, it’s important for college students and their parents to be aware of education tax credits, which can save families thousands of…

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Tax Preparation Services

By Bill Fay | February 19, 2013

Filing your taxes is an important civic duty and a vital part of keeping the country running smoothly. It’s something everyone has to do each year by April 15, but…

Counting bills next to tax form

Identity Theft, Tax Fraud Increase as IRS Attempts to Curb Crimes

By Katherine Pilnick | February 15, 2013

As if tax season isn’t difficult enough, taxpayers must now be on alert for suspicious activity that could indicate that they are victims of tax-related identity theft. During last year’s…

Find out the different types of taxes and how they affect you

Types of Taxes

By Bill Fay | February 7, 2013

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, “Taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society.” One can argue about the extent and quality of the civilization…

Rich and poor cheat on taxes

Something in Common: Wage Earners, Millionaires Cheat on Taxes

By Bill Fay | February 4, 2013

While Tax Day — April 15 — is still some months away, now is the time when people begin thinking about how and when they are going to file and…