Tag Archive for Tax Liabilities

Pay your Taxes at 7-Eleven

John Stancil

Partly in response to the problem faced by dealers in medical marijuana or those in states where marijuana sales are legal, the IRS has partnered with PayNearMe to allow taxpayers to make cash payment on their taxes at participating 7-Eleven stores in 34 states. This allows anyone without a bank account a more Read more

When Payroll Taxes Pyramid It Means Penalties, Even Jail

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The IRS does pursue all taxes equally. The IRS is especially vigorous in going after payroll taxes withheld from wages that somehow don’t get paid to the government. The IRS calls it trust fund money that belongs to the government.
That makes any failure to pay—or even late payment—much worse.

In fact, that’s so regardless of how the employer or its principals use the money and regardless of how good a reason they have for not handing the money over to the IRS. When a tax shortfall occurs in this setting, the IRS will usually make personal assessments against all responsible persons who have an ownership interest in the company or signature authority over the company accounts. Read more

Learn The Real Facts: Unresolved US Tax Liabilities, Re-Entry To USA, Renewal Or Revocation of Your US Passport

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There is a lot of misinformation on the internet nowadays on this topic. While overseas Americans must be careful not to fall prey to, what I consider, unscrupulous advisors that liberally employ certain scare tactics, neither must such Americans be complacent with their tax situation. It is clear that the Internal Revenue Service and Congress have set their sights on United States persons living and working abroad because the potential for tax evasion is greater with offshore assets and accounts. Here’s the scoop about unresolved tax liabilities and what they can mean for the American living abroad.

Federal Tax Lien

Taxpayers living overseas are often misinformed or often conveniently forget about their US Read more