The Inflation Reduction Act recently signed into law provides a major budget boost to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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In early June, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) mistakenly sent notices to millions of couples who filed jointly letting them know their taxes were overdue.

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Preparing for an audit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is easier when you have some idea of the type of examination ahead. 

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If you are working with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on a payroll tax dispute, it is important to understand the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TRFP).

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The IRS is behind, beleaguered, and budget-challenged.

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If you receive a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) about a civil audit, you are not alone. Understanding the timeline and steps ahead can reduce anxiety and help you respond effectively to the audit.

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It is not unusual for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to question a tax return or note an adjustment if you have been through an IRS audit. If you do not agree with a correction on your returns, you can dispute the finding through the IRS appeals...

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New research finds the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is aiming civil audits at low wage earners, demonstrating a confounding approach to a group less known for tax fraud than those with greater wealth.

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An IRS civil tax audit can be a slippery slope toward a far-reaching IRS criminal tax investigation. If you understand the process, you may have a better chance of avoiding a criminal tax charge.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may owe you some money. Failure to file an income tax return for the relevant year could mean losing out on your refund.

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