tax relief


Seizure of Stimulus Checks & The IRS

The Stimulus Checks are a huge topic of discussion, confusion, panic, and speculation, all over the United States. From pondering whether or not you’ll even get one, to being insulted that the government is trying to make you feel good about being given your own money, there’s a lot of questions the people want to have answered. What if you owe the IRS money? Can...

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What is an Installment Agreement (IA)

Do you have an outstanding tax debt? Are you struggling to pay in on time? If paying your tax debt in full is not possible, the most common payment plan is the monthly Installment Agreement (IA). There are 4 types of installment agreements: guaranteed, streamlined, partial payment, and non-streamlined. If you owe $50,000 or less, you may be eligible for an IA payment plan for...

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What is Innocent Spouse Tax Relief

Innocent spouse relief allows you, the taxpayer, to be relieved of the responsibility for paying tax, interests, and penalties if your spouse (or former spouse) incorrectly reported or omitted items on the tax return. This responsibility would be both joint and individual for any tax, interests, and penalties that do not qualify for relief. Therefore, the IRS can collect these outstanding payments from you, your...

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What is Offer in Compromise? (OIC)

There may be times when you’re unable to pay your taxes in full. But don’t be fearful if you find yourself in this situation. If the IRS imposes a Notice of Tax Levy (seizing of your assets) against you, there are various methods available to you to prevent the seizure of your assets. An offer in compromise (OIC) is an arrangement between the IRS and...

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The 4 Most Common Tax Scams to Be Aware Of

Are people contacting you, making demands, saying they want their money now? Don’t be the one to fall for these tactics. At MWB Tax Solutions, we know that scammers are lurking particularly during tax season. Here are four ways they try to take advantage of innocent taxpayers like you. 1. Fake IRS Agents If you receive a call filled with threats of arrest, deportation or...

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Possible IRS Challenges during the 2020 Tax Season

Acting National Taxpayer Advocate Bridget T. Roberts reported that the IRS is among the lowest-performing federal agencies in providing a positive customer experience. In her 2019 Annual Report to Congress, she noted several issues affecting the IRS in providing a positive consumer experience and outlined some of the issues taxpayers can look out for in the coming 2020 tax season. We’ve highlighted the top five...

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What Happens When You Pay Your Business Taxes Late?

Why Paying Your Business Taxes Late is a Problem Are you late with paying your business taxes? Are you wondering what’s going to happen now? Paying your taxes late can lead to numerous consequences, from high fees and interest to the possibility of losing your property and even jail time. High Fees and Interest When you don’t pay your business taxes on time, fees and...

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What Does a Commercial Tax Consultant Do?

Commercial Tax Consultant Alternatively known as a tax advisor, a tax consultant is not merely a simple tax preparer in your state. Tax consultants are a group of experts who are up to date with the latest tax trends and laws. They’re like a powerhouse, equipped to manage your complex tax problems. Nevertheless, don’t make assumptions that these professionals are catered specifically for the rich...

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What Should You Do If You Owe Back-Taxes to The IRS?

Do You Owe The IRS Back-Taxes in Minneapolis? If you owe back-taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and can’t pay your taxes on time, you will be liable for penalties and interest rates on what you owe. Nonetheless, do not panic. Simply still file your taxes and seek extra time to pay what you owe. To help you understand, we will illustrate what happens...

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