Tax Relief Research

What To Do With Seriously Delinquent Tax Debt


The IRS has started to employ a new and creative method to force taxpayers to the table. More and more we are seeing the IRS referring cases to the state department and ultimately going after taxpayers’ passports. The State Department generally will not issue a passport to you after receiving certification from the IRS....

What The IRS Will Be Looking for in 2020


Seeing as it is tax season, we here at The W Tax Group thought it would be worthwhile to point out some of the areas that the IRS has indicated they will be focusing on for the current filing season. Every year around tax time the Internal Revenue Service releases memos and press releases...

Small Business Tax Tips – How To Avoid Interest and Penalties


A small business owner often wears many different hats. They might have to wear their boss hat one day, and the employee hat the next. When tax season comes around, it might be their tax hat. They may think of doing their taxes as just another item to quickly cross off their to-do list. However,...

Tax Debt Resolution Options


Let’s briefly discuss resolution options when you find yourself with IRS tax debt.  If you have IRS Tax Debt you have a number of resolution options including: Tax Debt Resolution Options:  Installment Agreements; Penalty Abatement; OIC: Offer in Compromise; and CNC: Currently Not Collectible Status Which tax debt resolution is the most appropriate for you depends upon...

What Is The Difference Between Tax Levies and Tax Liens


If you don't pay or settle your federal or state tax debt, the IRS and state taxing authorities can levy, seize and sell any type of real or personal property that you own or have an interest in. Taxpayers often interchangeably refer to levies as liens or vice versa not realizing these are two totally different terms. Tax Liens...