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Could you qualify for an offer in compromise?

When two parties are at a standstill regarding a particular problem, they may try to come to some kind of compromise that benefits them both. Compromise can come up in personal relationships, business matters and even when facing tax problems with the Internal Revenue...

Can bankruptcy help with tax relief?

For some Georgia residents, having unpaid tax balances may be only part of their mountain of financial problems. As a result, they may be considering filing for bankruptcy in hopes of getting their affairs back on track and essentially starting again with fewer debt...

What is a state tax execution?

While many Georgia residents worry about their federal income tax, it is easy to overlook the fact that state taxes play a big part in most individuals’ financial lives as well. In some cases, taxpayers may keep up with their federal taxes better than their state...

4 ways a tax lien could affect a person’s life

Not paying one’s taxes can have serious consequences. The reasons for not paying can vary, and in some cases, Georgia residents may not have the means to pay what they owe to the IRS for income tax. Unfortunately, if steps are not taken to address the situation before...

How does the IRS address unpaid taxes?

There are times in life when many people in Atlanta and elsewhere have more financial obligations than they have money to meet those obligations. In some cases, people are unable to pay the taxes they owe to the Internal Revenue Service, and even though they wish they...

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