Tag Archives: IRS

IRS Tax Problem Solver Blog – IRS Help

November 16, 2011 IRS Corners Prisoner Tax Cheats0In their ongoing efforts on catching tax cheats, the IRS has prevented $4.4 billion in bogus tax refunds from being given out this year. This represents an increase of 171% from the previous … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Tips for Choosing a Tax Preparer

Tips for Choosing a Tax Preparer If you pay someone to prepare your tax return, the IRS urges you to choose that preparer wisely. Taxpayers are legally responsible for what’s on their tax return even if it is prepared by … Continue reading

Posted in Tax questions and issues | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

IRS to Delay Fingerprinting Requirement for Certain PTIN Applicants, Shulman Says (IR-2011-108) | CCHGroup.com   News & Information

IRS to Delay Fingerprinting Requirement for Certain PTIN Applicants, Shulman Says (IR-2011-108) Posted on 11/09/2011 by CCH IRS Commissioner Douglas H. Shulman told tax professionals on November 8 that the Service has delayed its plan to fingerprint certain preparers who … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

IRS Tax Problem Solver Blog – IRS Help

November 4, 2011 Tax Cheats Fraudulent Tax Refund Claims: A man from Mableton, Georgia has been using stolen identities of homeless people to claim false tax refunds. In an ongoing court case, prosecutors said Rahman Hill, 43 was a co-conspirator … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

The Tax Foundation – Tax Foundation’s “Tax Policy Blog”

Never, Ever Trust What the IRS Says Posted on November 4, 2011 That’s our friend Paul Krugman talking about us, presumably, and the sources we use to show there is actually a great deal of income mobility, both up and … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

More IRS Troubles for Cash-Strapped Small Businesses – The Tax Blog – SmartMoney

By Arden Dale Lots of small companies are skipping their federal payroll taxes in this wobbly economy, and tax lawyers say the Internal Revenue Service has gotten more aggressive about penalizing executives, accountants or other individuals for the lapses. Among … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tax Tips – Tax Tips for Freelance Bloggers

Tax Tips for Freelance Bloggers Paying Taxes as a Freelance Blogger with Fewer Surprises By Susan Gunelius, About.com Guide See More About:taxesbusiness taxblogging jobs If you’re a freelance blogger and get paid as an independent contractor, then it’s highly likely that taxes are not … Continue reading

Posted in Blog posts from other sites | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment