M&M Has the Answers! -Am I being taken advantage of? -Who can I trust with this? -What information and documents do I need to provide? Why? -When do I start making payments? How do I make them? -Do I qualify for any reductions?
One common debt we hear about is to credit cards. Unlike the IRS, a credit card company must be awarded a judgment by a court of law before they can take money from bank accounts or garnish wages. The IRS does not need a judgment to do this.
Know Your Appeal Rights? If you've received s Final Notice of Intent to Levy from the IRS, it's time for decisive action. Notice 1058 is your last warning before the Service seizes your assets. Learn more.
As small business owners, we have a lot to keep track of. And with so much going on in our personal and professional lives, it's easy to let the two blend together. Some things must be kept separate, however, and money is at the top of the list.
Although it may seem like the Service makes its own rules, there are laws that protect taxpayers from the long arm of the IRS Collection Division. One law the IRS must adhere to is the ten-year collection statute.
Any payment to the IRS when you owe a back-tax liability is a great idea, right? Wrong! M&M can help you determine how to make payments toward your tax debt to benefit you the most. Contact us before sending your Voluntary Payment to the IRS.
We recently compiled a list of the common mistakes our new clients make before they hire M&M. For so many of our clients, steering clear of a slip-up or two early on would have helped them avoid some sleepless nights and expensive penalties.