Taxpayer Bill of Rights Part 2

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Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights Part 2 As taxpayers, most of us probably think that whatever the IRS says goes and that we as taxpayers don’t have much recourse. However, as a taxpayer in the United States you do have rights and they are documented in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. One of the rights listed on the IRS website at … Read More

IRS Shutdown – How worried Should You Be?

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IRS Shut Down: How Worried Should You Be? What does the government partial shutdown mean regarding your tax return? Well, the IRS issued a new contingency plan to deal with the shutdown, but that hasn’t really helped tax professionals and lawmakers relax. There are gaps in the 132-page plan, but this is what we know: Returns will be accepted. Refunds … Read More