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Can the IRS Garnish My Social Security Benefits?

If you are in debt and owe taxes, the IRS is able to take things from you that you earn, whether that is your regular income, your property, or your s...

How the Tax Code Changes Will Affect Your 2018 Taxes

Back in December of 2017, there were major changes surrounding the tax code, specifically with the tax brackets. With these changes, you may have seen...

4 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Return

For most of us, the end of tax season marks something exciting: our tax refund. While many Americans across the country will actually be paying the IR...

I Got Married This Year…Should I File Jointly?

Congratulations, you are officially married! After you spend time basking in your newlywed bliss, it’s time to start thinking about the logistics of...

What to Do If You Make a Small Mistake on Your Tax Return

You filed your taxes, sent them in, and then you realize you made a mistake. Maybe you notice your tax return amount is lower than you expected and yo...

What Do You Do If You Can’t Pay Your Taxes Due to Personal Problems?

No one ever wants to be in a situation where they can’t pay their taxes. Dealing with the IRS is never fun, and people will do whatever they can to ...

How Do You Avoid Your Taxes Getting Out of Hand?

Taxes can be a difficult thing for many people to get through. Each year, we have to file our taxes correctly, keeping track of all of our income and ...

Is it My Fault if an Online Tax Program Makes a Mistake?

Taxes aren’t easy. It’s for this exact reason that most people employ a tax professional or use an online tax program to help them figure out and ...

Should I Be Making Quarterly Payments to the IRS?

For many people, the tax deadline each April is the only time they think about their taxes. Some will owe taxes and use that deadline to pay their tax...

What Does it Mean When a Tax Release is Withdrawn Vs. Released?

When a tax lien is put against a person, it means they owe a large sum of money to the IRS due to a failure to pay taxes. The lien is a way for the go...

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What Does it Mean When a Tax Release is Withdrawn Vs. Released?

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