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What happens when the IRS takes away your passport for severe tax debt?
Having tax debt can have harsh consequences. This makes it important for you to understand the consequences and how to resolve these issues.
IRS Penalty Relief: Which Type Is Right for You?
We all know that the IRS assesses millions of dollars in penalties from taxpayers every year, but many people are not aware that the IRS also offers penalty relief for those eligible. It is important to understand what your obligations are to the IRS and the right penalty relief options there are for your particular situation. For example, you may have late payment penalty, which means you didn’t pay your taxes by the due date of the tax return, generally April 15, but May 17 for 2020 returns. There are many different types of penalties but here we will explore the types of penalty relief options offered by the IRS.
Home Business and Office Tax Deductions
See if you qualify for any tax breaks for operating a business from your home.
How Unemployment Can Affect Your Tax Return
We know how difficult unemployment can be. Here’s what you need to know before filing your taxes this year.
Changes to Job-Search Deductions
Tax reform suspended deductions for job hunting, moving for a job, and job-related expenses. These expenses are no longer deductible for tax years 2018 through 2025.
Health and medical
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Enacted in 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is health insurance reform that affected every American. In 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was passed that eliminated the federal penalty for taxpayers who didn’t have health insurance.
Tax Reform and Healthcare
Thanks to tax reform, starting in 2019, the federal penalty for not having health insurance will be $0.
Advanced Premium Tax Credit
Are you having a difficult time affording healthcare coverage through an employer? You might be eligible for the Advanced Premium Tax Credit, designed to help you and your family get affordable healthcare.