IRS Collections Is Starting Back Up. What To Do If You Owe Back Taxes 2020 threw a huge wrench into everything and the IRS collections proceedings are no exception. With the tax deadline pushed until July 15th and a lot of the IRS closed under shelter at home orders due to COVID19, to the IRS… Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Put Off Filing Your Taxes With the filing deadline moving from the traditional date of April 15th to July 15th because of the coronavirus pandemic, it can be tempting to put off filing your taxes for as long as possible. Most taxpayers dread the tedious task of compiling their financial records, tax… Read More

Whether it is a global pandemic shutting the economy down for months on end, a stock market crash that leaves formerly giddy investors frightened and nervous or a housing crisis that makes real estate a risky bet, living through tough economic times is never easy. Even so, how you handle yourself and your money during… Read More

COVID-19 is affecting millions of Americans in all aspects of their life. As of the beginning of May, 1 million Americans tested positive for the disease. A much more striking number is the number of people whose finances have been shred to pieces with the prolonged shut down and “stay-at-home” orders. In just the first… Read More

 Tax Relief and COVID-19   Much like a natural disaster, the coronavirus took the world by storm and forced everyone to seek “shelter at home” and to change their daily habits in an effort to “flatten the curve”. This meant shutting down businesses and within a week, millions of Americans found themselves out of a… Read More

COVID-19 turned the world upside down. With most of the country shut down, businesses closed, and people forced to “stay-at-home” in order to keep everyone safe, it was just a matter of time before the IRS postponed tax day.   On March 21, 2020, the IRS announced that they’d be delaying the tax filing deadline… Read More

Of all the creditors or companies you might owe money to, the Internal Revenue Service can be the least forgiving about debt. If you don’t pay your taxes, the IRS will levy and take possession of your property, including cash accounts, wages, and real and personal property. The IRS will sell non-liquid assets to raise… Read More