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When you owe money to the IRS, it can be tough to gain control of your finances and remain calm. Your initial reactions may be worry, fear, or stress, but the best thing you can do is take a deep breath and understand that you do have options. In this week’s blog, Raichelson Law, P.C. reveals 5 IRS facts you may not be aware of to help you understand your payment options. Read more

If your spouse has not filed a tax return recently or paid their taxes in the last several years, then you may feel unsure of where to turn for relief. It can be stressful to deal with the financial decisions your spouse makes, especially because they can directly affect you. Raichelson Law, P.C. informs you on the solutions available to you when your spouse is in tax trouble as well as how you can be proactive in managing your finances.
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If you cannot afford to pay your taxes in full, then there are options available to you to avoid tax debt or tax controversy. Raichelson Law, P.C. discusses how you can set up an installment agreement with the IRS and what a payment plan entails for you as an individual.

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Did the IRS make a change to your tax refund that you disagree with? During tax season, the IRS changes a myriad of checks every year for various reasons. Whether it is simple math error or a mistake you made when filing, you should not worry about the change because there are ways to resolve it. Raichelson Law, P.C. discusses how to appeal an IRS decision if you don’t agree with the IRS’s determination.

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With tax season barely behind us, it is time to start asking yourself some questions as a taxpayer. What will you do with your tax return? Do you have enough money to pay what you owe? If you’ve found yourself burdened by tax debt and need some guidance, Raichelson Law, P.C. has some tips to help you better understand your options when you owe more in taxes than you can afford.

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You know it could occur anytime and then it happens: you receive notice that you’re being audited by the IRS. The first thing to do is take a deep breath and know that you can prepare for the audit. It’s something they do.

The IRS annually reviews certain factors when determining who to audit. If you’ve received notice, it is likely you were put on their radar. You may be wondering how or why this happening, but for the moment, let’s focus on how to handle the audit.

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