The IRS Fresh Start program makes it easier for taxpayers to pay back taxes and avoid tax liens. Even small business taxpayers may benefit from Fresh Start.
How much of your paycheck you'll keep under Clinton and Trump. The Obama years saw the Bush tax cuts made permanent for all but the wealthiest, plus new Obamacare levies. Now the question of how much of your paycheck you’ll get to keep—and who should pay more or less—is back on the table in a big way.
The U.S. Treasury Department issued its final debt-to-equity rules Thursday, with changes to exempt certain kinds of corporations, employee stock plans, and others from regulations meant to curb the tax benefits of corporate inversions.
Indian police have arrested 70 people and are questioning hundreds more after uncovering a massive scam to cheat thousands of Americans out of millions of dollars by posing as U.S. tax authorities and demanding unpaid taxes, a police officer said Thursday.
. The IRS wants to collect its tax debt. And if you owe a large sum, they especially want to bring that money in. Sure, they aren’t paid on commission, but this is their job, and, probably like all of us, they are held to certain marks and standards.
The use of offshore accounts to avoid taxes is not particularly new. However, in a globalized world, are they still a safe way for tax dodgers to hide their income? Check out some of these recent tax scandals to see.
When he came to Direct Tax Relief, James* was in IRS debt to the tune of over $118,000 in back taxes, fees, and penalties. DTR immediately filed a settlement offer on James’ behalf.
Recently CNN reported on a raid of Gladys Knight’s Signature Chicken & Waffles restaurant by Georgia’s Department of Revenue. Shanga Hankerson, Knight’s son, was accused of stealing roughly $650,000 by withholding sales taxes owed to the state.
Everyone has heard the tried-and-true business tips. Things like “identify your target consumers,” “emphasize customer service” and “network, network, network.” But what about all of the other stuff that goes into running a successful small business?
Small businesses are weighed down with a bevy of taxes (and soon they will face changing overtime policies, too). For every employee, businesses have payroll taxes that are paid throughout the year (rather than just on April 15). But what happens if you get behind and can’t pay?