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Tax Relief

  • Solve your Tax Problems With 911 Tax Relief

    Tuesday 14th of October 2014 9:29:42 AM


    Solve your Tax Problems With 911 Tax Relief

    To get rid yourself of the burden from taxes that you are obliged to pay, you wish that there is some way to lighten such a load if not eliminate it completely as easy as dialing 911 or more specifically 911 tax relief.

    Taxes are an essential part of life in every civilized community and it will remain that essential part if a certain civilization or nation plans to survive and stay functional. As the life source of every governing body of every nation, taxes must be maintained and made an obligation to every citizen, for without tax money a nation will slowly deteriorate and die a natural death.
    Everyone has been paying taxes since the day they were born. This could be voluntarily or otherwise, oftentimes people have been paying taxes without them knowing it. Value added tax for example are taxes which people pay unknowingly, this kind of tax are of a certain percentage of a commodity or service that you pay. There is no escaping from this type of tax and there are no back taxes on this, therefore there is no need for a 911 tax relief. Value added tax is automatically paid by people that it would seem to be the best kind of tax that exist for now.

    Taxes like income tax, business tax and more taxes that require you to fill out forms and go to the office are a lot more stressful than that of value added tax. Every month, quarter or annual period you will have to fill out your forms, visit your nearest tax collection office and pay these taxes. The burden of filling the form, calculating the percentage of your tax is really taxing as it will consume a certain amount of time and of course money. The value and amount of these taxes will differ according to your income and other criteria, which make it more burdensome for you. Seeing those bills reminding you to pay your taxes really taxes you that you wish there will be a way to dial a 911 tax relief to help you out.

    Oftentimes you get too busy with making a living, managing your businesses and family affairs that you will tend to forget about your tax obligation. Forgetting to pay your taxes will create back taxes which you will owe the IRS, and given some time will backlash and haunt you.

    Back taxes are taxes which you have forgot to pay, and within a given period will come under the attention of the IRS or Internal Revenue Service, and when it comes to their attention then you will be in a lot more mess than you intend to. The most alarming and funny part about getting into this mess is the fact that the IRS wouldn’t notice your delinquencies not until it has ballooned into great proportions, and that would really be a great mess you will be in, it in times like this that you would really want a 911 tax relief to help you out of such a mess.

    If there are such terms as back taxes, tax delinquencies, tax evasion and tax laws you can also find terms such as tax relief, tax amnesty, and tax exemption which are presently existing to lighten a taxpayer’s burden when it come to settling his or her tax account. No one person on his or her right mind would really want to evade the obligation of paying taxes, as they know that it helps build a better and stronger nation only just that there are times when circumstances are unavoidable, and taxpayers are left only with the choice of paying it forward or having to pay it later. For these situations a 911 tax relief would surely help a taxpayer out.

    Wouldn’t it be better for every taxpayer if they have someone to call and help them out with the paper works, calculations and even with the payment of their taxes? If course it would and it would be a very welcome idea indeed. Surely you can find that there are help desks, or much better yet, an online help site to cater to those taxpayers who are burdened with the obligation of paying their taxes. If such a desk or site could exist then it would be very helpful indeed for taxpayers, and for taxpayers with back taxes that they owe the IRS such an idea could be a life saver for them, a 911 tax relief indeed.

    With the ever onward advances of technology and communication, it has become possible for people even on great distances to communicate and work things out. Online services has popped out everywhere on the internet and almost all things that needs to be done can be now be done online. Accounting and even tax settlement can now be done online which is a really big help to taxpayers. With ATM cards, debit cards and online financial institutions making payment online possible has made it even easier and faster to settle your taxes.

    Having a 911 tax relief to serve you can really make up your day, especially when you are having problems with your back taxes that you owe the IRS. An online office or real world office that would offer you services to help alleviate your tax problem is really a life saver. And if they can help you out in cutting back on your taxes to a certain degree of percentages for a certain amount of fee, now wouldn’t be a heaven sent gift to all taxpayers.

    Nothing could ever come as a relief when you find that your taxes are well paid for and with all the advantages of tax relief, tax exemption and all the tax amnesty that you can get. If you can do this within the comfort of your own home through a 911 tax relief surely you will be in taxpayer’s heaven. Then you need not worry, for everything will be taken care of professionally and correctly.

  • Oscar Y. gave 911 Tax Relief 5 stars.

    Friday 08th of August 2014 8:28:25 AM


    Wow great value

    Right away when I called 911 Tax Relief I felted welcomed. The receptionist got some basic info from me and I was transferred to one of there Sr. Tax Advisers. I had no idea how much I owed because I hadn’t filed in over 10 years. He determined we needed to make a phone to the IRS and conduct an investigation together. We called the IRS and found I owed over $500,000 I was shocked. But they put at ease explaining that most of the Tax Debt expires in a couple years and they can use time against the IRS. After a couple months the IRS approved a payment plan of $100 that I will be paying for 3 years oh how and the rest of my debt will fall off. If you have a major tax issue I would give them a call ASAP.

  • IRS Opens Online Registration for FATCA

    Wednesday 21st of August 2013 4:45:39 PM


    The IRS has officially opened the online registration for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

    The system was designed for financial institutes that are required to register with the IRS to meet FATCA responsibilities.

    The application is a web based service with 24 hour accessibility.

    Starting in January 2014 the IRS expects all financial institutions to be registered with this application.

    For the full story you can visit

  • IRS Postpones Another Furlough Day

    Wednesday 14th of August 2013 9:48:48 AM


    The originally scheduled furlough day for August 30 has now been postponed, according to IRS officials.  The postponement is a direct result of the successful budget cuts that the IRS has implemented.

    There may be other furlough days, that will be decided after the IRS reviews their current budget situations before the end of the fiscal year on September 30.

    All IRS operations will in fact run as scheduled.  This includes both offices and toll free help lines.

    For more information on this matter and other IRS news please visit;-Will-Reevaluate-Need-for-Furlough-Day-in-September

  • Sales Tax Holidays Coming Up

    Friday 26th of July 2013 3:45:30 PM


    Many states will soon be having their sales tax holidays. During these particular days sales tax will not be imposed on purchases. Yes, that means what you see on the sales tag is what you will pay, no more.  The best part, if you are planning on back-to-school shopping, wait until August because most states’ sale tax holiday begin then!

    Here is a list of all the states’ sales tax holiday dates. Unfortunately not all states honor a sales tax holiday! If you are lucky enough to live in one of the listed states then take advantage!


  • Healthcare Provider Sues the IRS!

    Friday 07th of June 2013 2:07:05 PM


    The IRS has made it into the news once again!  This time it’s not because they are granting relief to victims of unfortunate circumstances, it’s actually because the IRS is being sued! Yes, sued. In fact, a health care provider has gone forth and sued the IRS along with a number of agents for allegedly wrongfully confiscating over 60 Million medical records from more than 10 million Americans! The name of the healthcare provider has not been released to the public just yet.

    According to the lawsuit, the IRS has violated the 4th Amendment. Back in 2011 the IRS had a search warrant to seize financial data for 1 employee; the IRS did not have permission to retrieve the medical information of those 10 million plus people!  According to UPI (United Press International) the IRS agents that performed this act were warned about the possibility of violating medical privacy laws prior to executing the warrant!

    UPI reported that the complaint states “Despite knowing that these medical records were not within the scope of the warrant, defendants threatened to ‘rip’ the servers containing the medical data out of the building if IT personnel would not voluntarily hand them over.”

    The lawsuit also states that the IRS agents in question also had seized phone and telephone data, this is also a violation of the warrant.

    So what is this going to cost the IRS?  The lawsuit is seeking $25,000 in compensatory indemnity, per infringement.

  • Tax Relief Granted to Storm Victims in Illinois

    Wednesday 15th of May 2013 10:24:29 AM


    Residents of Chicago, Illinois and other parts of Illinois may qualify for tax relief due to the latest storms that began on April 16, 2013.  Victims of this severe storm that caused extreme winds and flooding may qualify for tax relief, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

    The President of the United States, Barack Obama, has confirmed Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, Fulton, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, Lake, LaSalle, McHenry and Will counties to be federal disaster area. Residents of these areas including those that do business in these areas may qualify for tax relief.

    Based on this declaration, made by the President, the Internal Revenue Service is permitted to postpone certain deadlines for US tax payers who live in or do business in the mentioned disaster areas. For example, certain deadlines that would have fallen on April 16 as well as on or prior to July 1 have been deferred to July 1, 2013. That would include the June 17 deadline for second quarter tax payments.

    The IRS is also waiving the penalties that would have been imposed for failing to deposit employment and excise tax deposits that would have been due on April 16, 2013 and those that were due on or before May 1, 2013.

    If tax payers that reside in the disaster areas should receive a penalty notice from the IRS, at this time those affected tax payers should phone the IRS for abatement of penalties or interests. Keep in mind that penalties or interests will be removed only for those tax payers who possess an original or extended filing, payment or deposit due date that falls within the deferment period.

    If you are an affected tax payer that lives or does business outside of the covered disaster areas and need tax relief you must at this time contact the IRS disaster hotline 866-562-5227.


  • Lauryn Hill Faces Jail Time for Back Taxes

    Wednesday 01st of May 2013 2:31:54 PM


    Eight-time Grammy winner Lauryn Hill was due to be sentenced for tax evasion today by a federal judge in New Jersey.  Luckily for her the judge has postponed sentencing. Although, the judge did not let her off without giving Lauryn Hill a piece of his mind!  By now, Lauryn Hill was supposed to pay up on her tax liability according to the agreement she had previously entered.

    Last year, Lauryn Hill plead guilty to not paying the Internal Revenue Service taxes on about $2 Million that she had earned between 2005 and 2007. Lauryn Hill’s attorney had promised that she would pay restitution by the time her sentencing came up!

    “This is not someone who stands before the court penniless,” Federal Judge Arleo said to Hill’s attorney. “This is a criminal matter. Actions speak louder than words, and there has been no effort here to pay these taxes.”

    The total tax liability is up for debate as well.  According to Lauryn Hill’s lawyer she owes a bit less than $1 Million but according to U.S. attorney she owes a little more than $1 Million. Her attorney is accusing the government of adding to the amount owed so that Lauryn Hill would serve a greater sentence.

    It is expected that by May 3 Lauryn Hill will pay back all the restitution she owes or she will face jail time.


    Wednesday 24th of April 2013 11:39:08 AM


    The Internal Revenue service will be issuing furlough notices to all its employees next week. There was an internal memo sent to all IRS employees including managers and executives stating that everyone will be forced to take days off because of budget cuts.

    The furlough days will include May 24, June 14, July 5, July 22, August 30 and possible an additional 2 days sometime in August or September.

    During the furlough days all public directed operations will be closed. This includes toll-free help lines and local IRS offices.  Although there was not much mentioned about IT and security personnel, it has been said that those departments may still work on the furlough days but must take alternative days off.

    Acting IRS commissioner Steve Miller said that these particular furlough days were chosen so that IRS employees would only lose one full paid day of work within each pay period. “We settled on having uniform furlough dates for everyone and closing down agency operations entirely,” Miller wrote. “This way, the IRS can gain additional cost savings on utilities and other services in our work locations.”

    Miller also said “We have also worked to stagger the dates further so that there are some pay periods during the summer with no furlough days.”

  • IRS Grants Extension For Victims of Boston Marathon Bombing

    Friday 19th of April 2013 12:26:23 PM


    The IRS announced that they will in fact grant a three-month extension for tax filing and paying to all Boston area Tax Payers that were affected by the Boston Marathon Bombings.

    Tax relief is granted to all tax payers that reside in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. This included the city of Boston. It also includes victims, families of victims, all EMS that were involved, as well as those that were affected by this disaster that live outside Suffolk County. Also those taxpayers that have contracted tax preparers that were unfavorably affected by this calamity.

    IRS Acting Commissioner Steven T. Miller said “Our hearts go out to the people affected by this tragic event,” and “We want victims and others affected by this terrible tragedy to have the time they need to finish their individual tax returns.”

    The IRS plans on distributing a notice informing all eligible tax payers that they have until July 15, 2013, to file their 2012 tax returns or pay any dues to the IRS that would have been normally due April 15th. The IRS will also eradicate any penalty that tax payers normally receive when filing late just as long the eligible tax payers file no later than July 15, 2013. Normally there would have been a 3% interest that is compounded daily in addition to a late filing fee.

    If you are a tax payer that resides in Suffolk County then there is no further action to be taken. The IRS is automatically granting the extensions for those eligible tax payers. If you reside outside Suffolk County and need to claim this relief you should contact the IRS at 1-866-562-5227 on or after April 23, 2013. The IRS also said that if you should receive notices about penalties you may call that number for penalty abatement.

    If you need more time that the July 15, 2013 deadline to file your taxes you should visit the IRS WEBSITE and fill out Form 4868 no later than July 15, 2013.

    You can also visit IRS WEBSITE for other tax related questions or call 1-800-829-1040.

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