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IRS Audit Defense

Have you received notice of an IRS audit? Don’t fret—our audit defense team at Levy & Associates can help. An IRS audit is an evaluation of yo...

What are the Types of Taxes, and How Can You Minimize Them?

As you know, the only certainties in life are death and taxes. What you might not be certain of is how much of your income is going to Uncle Sam. In ...

When Can You Stop Filing Income Taxes?

In general, you have to file a tax return and pay taxes when your income is higher than the IRS’s standard deduction. This amount varies depending o...

Settle Your IRS Tax Debts with the Help of IRS Problem Solvers

No one wants to accumulate debt. Still, taking on some debt—like a mortgage or student loan—can benefit you. On the other hand, owing money to the...

Are Tax Specialists Worth It, or Should You Do Your Taxes Yourself?

When it comes time to do your taxes, you might be wondering if it makes more sense to do them yourself. After all, tax specialists aren’t free, and ...

What is a Tax Consultant, and When Do You Need One?

For a large percentage of Americans, taxes aren’t as easy as filing a simple 1040EZ. Instead, many of us encounter unique financial circumstances ea...

Why You Should Consult Lawyers for Tax Issues

You don’t necessarily need a lawyer for every tax situation, but having an attorney on your side can be an enormous help if you run into specific is...

4 Reasons to Have an IRS Audit Attorney at an Audit

There’s no worse news than being told that the IRS is auditing you. Your first instinct might be to panic. Once you catch your breath, the next step...

The 5 Best Methods to Stop IRS Levy

When the IRS has exhausted its civilized efforts to collect owed taxes, their next step is to issue an IRS levy. In plain English, an IRS levy is when...

What to Do When You Receive an IRS Garnishment Letter

Also known as a “notice of intent to levy,” an IRS garnishment letter is kind of like a final notice to warn you that they intend to collect on yo...

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What to Do When You Receive an IRS Garnishment Letter

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