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Month: December 2016

Red flags that trigger IRS audits

Most Georgia residents who will be filing their 2016 federal income tax returns will not be audited. In fact, the Internal Revenue Service only audits around 1 percent of the tax returns that it receives. Despite the low chances of an IRS audit, audits are still a...

Some IRS refunds delayed to combat fraud

Georgia residents who claim the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit will not be able to receive their refund until at least Feb. 15. This change was made in an effort to combat tax refund fraud as well as identity theft. Through June 2016, 26...

3 ways to settle your IRS tax debt

As you work hard just to pay the bills and put food on the table, it's tough to keep up with Uncle Sam at the same time, and you may fall behind on taxes if you aren't prepared for the expense when it comes time to file. IRS debt isn't something that goes away if you...

Things to remember about tax audits

Many people in Georgia may be getting ready to file their tax returns in January. Though the possibility of an IRS audit is a concern for a lot of people, the chances of actually getting audited are very slim. Because the IRS has fewer employees than it has ever had...

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