Understanding IRS Successor, Alter Ego , Nominee, And Transferee Liability

Third Party Liability | Transferee Liability | TaxFortress.com

You invested your entire savings and better part of your working life into your business in an attempt to have it succeed and ultimately grow.  During this time many unforeseen obstacles occurred that caused you to have to make difficult decisions, one of which was to forego making a tax […]

Tax Compliance – What You Need to Know to Become Eligible for an IRS Installment Agreement

Tax Compliance & Eligibility | Installment Agreement | Offer in Compromise

In order to be eligible to resolve an outstanding federal tax liability on a voluntary basis (e.g. Installment Agreement, Offer in Compromise), as opposed to having it forcefully resolved through collection action such as levies, garnishments, and the seizure of assets, the IRS has two basic requirements. The first requirement […]

Barking Up the IRS Chain of Command – Getting Results by Working the Bureaucracy

IRS Appeals | Offer In Compromise | Tax Relief Help

Recently I was engaged in a heated discussion with an IRS Appeals Settlement Officer. The subject was an Offer in Compromise (Tax Settlement) I had filed on a client’s behalf. The IRS did not want to approve our Offer because they noticed that my client had been late with a […]

Innocent Spouse Relief Can Relieve Your Spouse of a Joint IRS Liability

Innocent Spouse Relief | Separation of Liability Relief | Equitable Relief

If the IRS is pursuing collection action against you for an income tax liability for which you believe you are not responsible because the liability was derived from a spouse (or former spouse), you may be correct and have legal grounds to dispute the liability. The IRS has a specific […]