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Know The IRS Collection Statue Expiration Date

Keith Jones:The IRS Collection Statue Expiration Date

IRS Collection Statue Expiration Date (CSED)
“It is a basic concept of law that once a statute of limitation has passed, no action barred by the statute may take place.”

–Procedurally Taxing

The IRS collections statute expiration date (CSED) is the date after which the IRS can no longer collect a tax debt.

When things are simple, the CSED is easily calculated as 10 years from the date of assessment.

This means that no matter how little the IRS has been able to collect on a tax debt assessed in April of 2007, they must cease collection on that debt in April of 2017.

However, when you’re working with the IRS, things are rarely as simple as you’d like. There are a handful of events that can result in extending the CSED date (sometimes called “tolling events”).
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Can Filing Bankruptcy Wipe Out Your IRS Tax Debt?

Life happens! Divorce. Job loss. Serious illness. These are life events that can cause financial hardship and force good honest folks to file for bankruptcy. Those who have struggled with an endless stream of expenses that never end often owe income taxes that just will not let them be.

Taxes are a part of life. This is true after bankruptcy. Before filing your income tax returns when there has been a bankruptcy, it’s important to know things. Many people have either partial or incorrect information whether and how bankruptcy could help.

The following information may help you get a few things straight and find the best choice for you:

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Control Spending This Holiday Season, Avoid Financial Problems in 2018

Keith Jones, Tax Advisor

I know ladies who shop all night long and are so excited about the big sales that go on throughout the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

They plan to hit stores for time-specific sales and map out routes to cut down on time wasted in traffic or looking for parking spots. To make the most of the big day, hardcore shoppers sort through advertisements and go online to compare prices Others get caught up in the moment and join the spending frenzy with no plans or shopping lists. Read more