Revenue Officers

Category: Revenue Officers
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You may not realize it, but in some way or another, you’re almost always interacting with the IRS. Whether it’s a special agent or filing your taxes. Obviously, it’s not always direct contact, but it’s contact nonetheless: your employer...

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While most people are relative strangers to the IRS, if you’ve ever experienced a small tax issue—or a bigger one like an audit or tax debt—you’ve likely had more interactions with the IRS or a revenue officer than you’d otherwise care to. ...

When it comes to your finances, a little help can go a long way. This tax season, consider hiring a tax professional to help you navigate the complexities of your financial situation, the many tax rules that apply to you, and how you can best use the...

Shhhhh: The Secrets to Lowering Your Tax Bill

Besides earning less money — which possibly isn’t the best solution — there are a number of ways that you can lower your tax bill by claiming the credits and deductions that you deserve. Knowing what you can claim for or write off t...

The 411 on Payroll Taxes

Hiring employees is an exciting milestone for small and growing businesses. But managing withholding and payroll taxes takes time and expertise you don’t have. Withholding and remitting federal, state and local income taxes, Social Security and...

Top 10 Tax Deductions for 1099 Freelancers

According to the Freelancers Union, 35 percent of the U.S. workforce is made up of freelancers. While news articles and bloggers tout the benefits of freelancing, such as working from home, being in charge of your own schedule and selecting your own ...

Got Your Refund? 5 Ways to Spend Smart

Refunds have been rolling in since February, have you received yours? Whether it’s just hit your bank account or you’re still waiting patiently, check out our tips below on how to put it to good use, no matter your financial footing. Pay off Debt...

IRS Unleashes Program to Fast Track Tax Disputes

If you’re a small business owner or self employed and find yourself in the predicament of a tax dispute, you’re in luck. The IRS has unleashed a new program to fast track a resolution. The program comes after a few years of pilot testing, named R...

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