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How Can I Lift My Wage Garnishment?
The IRS can implement a number of methods to collect unresolved tax debt from delinquent taxpayers. When the IRS believes it is dealing with an unresponsive taxpayer, it can implement effective tools in order to collect this debt. In some cases, the...
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Tips on Paying Off Your IRS Tax Bill
Are you having difficulty paying unresolved tax debts to the IRS? There are many taxpayers who are burdened with unfulfilled tax debts owed to the IRS and struggle to satisfy their debt all at once. The IRS has implemented new efforts to help...
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Will the IRS Reduce My Back Tax Penalties?
One of the most common difficulties taxpayers face is paying back tax debts to the IRS. With the declining economy, the IRS has made recent changes to their penalty relief program and expanded their “Fresh Start” initiative to help more...
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Does Declaring Bankruptcy Clear Tax Debts?
Are you behind on paying your tax debts? If you owe back taxes to the IRS, this can be a very stressful time for you and your family. The mental burden of financial obstacles can be overwhelming. Declaring bankruptcy may be an option for you and...
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How the Automatic Stay Protects Against Bill Collectors
After filing for bankruptcy, an automatic stay immediately goes into effect. It was designed to stop creditors from seizing property that belongs to the bankruptcy estate and property that is exempt according to bankruptcy law. The automatic stay...
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Can the IRS Reactivate My Currently Not Collectible Status?
Many struggling taxpayers have found reprieve from unpaid back taxes to the IRS by applying for a Currently Not Collectible status. If you are experiencing economic hardship, you may apply for this status provided by the IRS that would relinquish...
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How to Remove a Tax Levy or Lien
If you owe back taxes to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service), you may receive a tax levy or lien on your property. A levy and a lien are two different things. A levy is a direct seizure of the title to your property to fulfill a tax debt, while a...
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Am I Eligible for the IRS' "Currently Not Collectible" Status?
A Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status means that a taxpayer is unable to pay his or her tax debts owed to the IRS. This status is granted only after the tax payer has proven that he or she has just enough money to buy the basic necessities...
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How Hard is it to File Bankruptcy?
The decision to file bankruptcy can feel overwhelming. There’s stress, paperwork, and creditors that are barraging your phone with calls. Filing bankruptcy may seem like the most appealing solution available; however, it is important to...
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What Can Elder Law Do For Me?
Elder law encompasses a wide range of legal practices that cover the general aging population. If you’re a senior citizen then there’s a good chance elder law is going to come into play in your life at some point during the near...
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How to Get a Quick Divorce in Michigan
Getting a quick divorce in Michigan is possible. However, it isn’t very straightforward and often you’ll need to seek legal counsel if you want to take advantage of a speedy divorce. In this article we’re going to cover the steps...
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How To Find The Right DUI Lawyer
Finding the right DUI lawyer doesn’t have to be difficult. If you’ve been charged with a DUI it can be a difficult time in your life. With all of the stress a DUI brings along with it, it’s important to consider the positive...
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Top Three Ways To Eliminate Back Taxes
Having tax debt can be extremely stressful in your life. If you have to pay back taxes there will always be the weight on your mind, knowing that you still have so much to pay. However, there are still ways to eliminate back taxes, or at least...
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What Can An IRS Tax Defense Lawyer Do For Me?
If you’ve been looking for an IRS tax defense lawyer there’s a good chance you’re in some sort of undesirable situation with your taxes. Even just thinking about taxes can be stressful for a lot of people. As a result, taxes are...
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What's the Difference Between a W2 Employee and a 1099 Contractor?
Maybe you’re a business owner who’s looking to cut back on the expenses of full-time employees. Or, you could be a freelancer who is trying to figure out what to do come tax season. Whatever your reason, it’s important to...
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What Do I Need to Do Before Getting Divorced?
If you are absolutely positive that divorce is in your future, then there are a few things you’ll want to take into account before you move forward. Most of them have to do with financial considerations and making sure you’re in good...
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How Do I Know if I May Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Did you know that medical negligence is the third leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Journal of the American Medical Association? This is a pretty alarming statistic because it indicates that human error concerning medical...
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What Should I Do With an IRS Tax Collection Letter?
Getting a collection letter can be a scary time in your life. The IRS has greater powers than a common bill collector, and can take your bank accounts, wages, and other property without first scheduling a hearing. However, there are still a few...
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Amid Tax Scandals, The IRS Refuses to Give Evidence
Last week, Democrats were clamoring for a budget increase for the IRS in response to the Committee on Appropriations whose leader conversely suggested a 25% cut in the IRS budget. Polar opposite views are not uncommon between Democrats and...
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How to Have a Safe Bonfire This Summer
There’s nothing more nostalgic than sitting around a summer campfire. And as more people hit Michigan’s many camping spots this summer, we want to raise awareness in an effort to reduce fire-related injuries. Before you begin,...
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