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IRS Introduces expanded flexibility for payment plans

The IRS has expanded their program on streamlined processing of installment agreements under a test program that is scheduled to run until September 30, 2017. For the first time, streamlined processing standards will apply to individual taxpayers with an assessed balance of tax, penalty and interest between $50,000 and $100,000. During this test, more taxpayers […]

Trump Administration Changes To Tax Laws

Donald Trump has proposed to make several tax changes when he enters office in January. It is important to examine the possible tax changes that could result from the new plan so that taxpayers are aware of the potential advantages and disadvantages the new tax plan may give them. Trump’s proposed tax plan consists of […]

The IRS Says I Owe More Tax and We Couldn’t Reach an Agreement…Now What?

When a taxpayer receives a notice from the IRS proposing an additional assessment of tax, the taxpayer can often work administratively with the IRS to resolve the dispute. However, many times, the taxpayer and IRS are not able to come to an agreement.  In those instances, there are four different forums which can be utilized […]