Tag: Internal Revenue

Ridiculous: Internal Revenue Limits Web Access

Filed in Tax, Savings by on August 14, 2013 0 Comments
Ridiculous: Internal Revenue Limits Web Access

It is ridiculous when Internal Revenue limits (all but eliminates) web access. It actually can save a fortune, for itself, tax professionals and the public with expaned web options. It is especially ridiculous to do this for tax professionals when Internal Revenue calls now often take close to an hour. The Internal Revenue expanded web […]

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Free Independent Contractor Agreement, Internal Revenue Independent Contractor Classification Settlement

Filed in Tax, Savings by on July 15, 2012 0 Comments
Free Independent Contractor Agreement, Internal Revenue Independent Contractor Classification Settlement

If you are not using my free Independent Contractor Agreement, you should know about the Internal Revenue worker voluntary classification settlement program. Of course, it would be far better to begin using the Independent Contractor Agreement retroactively, as many have. However, this program lets employers resolve past worker classification issues by “voluntarily reclassifying” workers and […]

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Internal Revenue Protects Felons, Tax Identity Theft

Filed in Tax, Savings by on May 6, 2012 0 Comments
Internal Revenue Protects Felons, Tax Identity Theft

Did you know Internal Revenue protects felons who commit tax identity theft? Identity theft is the fastest growing crime. An Internal Revenue agent recently said he had 12 times more tax identity theft this year than last year, including three that day. Internal Revenue knows the danger of┬átax identity theft, as they have special procedures […]

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Stop Debt Collectors (Even Internal Revenue), Dead Company Service

Filed in Credit Repair, Loans by on January 30, 2012 0 Comments
Stop Debt Collectors (Even Internal Revenue), Dead Company Service

Things seem to be getting better. However, they are still so bad that I keep thinking of ways that we can help more clients. We can stop debt collectors for you. We often stop even Internal Revenue exams and debt collectors. I fight Internal Revenue exams so hard that Internal Revenue has not collected enough […]

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Internal Revenue Incompetence #2

Filed in Tax, Savings by on January 13, 2012 0 Comments
Internal Revenue Incompetence #2

Few taxpayers realize the fast growing extent of Internal Revenue incompetence. I mentioned this in my prior Internal Revenue incompetence post. However, even the Internal Revenue Taxpayer Advocate is now writing about Internal Revenue incompetence. She refers to it as a Threat from Increased IRS Automation and Workload. Her new report talks about inadequate taxpayer […]

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Internal Revenue Incompetence

Filed in Intuit QuickBooks, Tax, Savings by on January 7, 2012 0 Comments
Internal Revenue Incompetence

Internal Revenue incompetence deals with late filing penalties for S corp and partnership income tax returns. Due to Congressional incompetence, almost all of these penalizes apply to small businesses, which create most new jobs. The Internal Revenue incompetence (sorry, search engine repetition) penalties apply to tax returns that pass through income and losses to owners. […]

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The Farmer, Internal Revenue, and the Halfwit

Filed in Tax, Savings by on August 6, 2010 0 Comments
The Farmer, Internal Revenue, and the Halfwit

A man owned a small farm. The Internal Revenue determined he was not paying proper wages to his staff and sent an investigator to interview him.

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