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Part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allowed employers to defer payment of their share of payroll taxes required between March 27 and December 31, 2020. Those deferred payroll taxes are paid back in two installments – the first due December 31, 2021 and the remaining by December 31, 2022. Also,…

Strategic Tax Resolution Tax Resolution Services need to evolve to address new tax law and collection procedures.  We continuously monitor the IRS and State taxing authorities to identify these updates.  This enables us to deliver the most current tax and collection strategies to our clients.  In addition to incorporating regulation changes into our strategies, we…

With 2020 finally in the rear view mirror, make 2021 free of tax issues and take care of one last piece of 2020 business before you say goodbye for good – your 2020 taxes and those lingering tax issues. Tax Day is back to April 15th in 2021, so there is still time to work…

With the end of the year in sight, here are a few year-end tax tips to help reduce your 2020 tax bill. Deductions – With changes to the deduction threshold, it pays to know what your itemized deductions will be versus the standard deduction. Obviously, if your itemized deductions are over, you’ll save by itemizing….

IRS Notice Do’s & Don’ts With levy and garnishment notices making their way to mailboxes across the area, more and more taxpayers are getting the dreaded letter from the IRS. Here are some quick IRS notice do’s and don’ts if you find yourself on the receiving end of one. First, don’t throw it away/ignore it….

Time’s Up! The IRS is Unleashed! Yes, you read that right. After what you could call a ‘COVID hiatus,’ the IRS is back on the hunt, sending out IRS notices, looking to collect what is theirs. And they are looking to collect it from you. A batch of Intent to levy and garnishment IRS notices…

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