1. Holiday Travelers – Has IRS Blocked your Passport?

    Holiday Travelers – Has IRS Blocked your Passport? If you have unpaid IRS tax debt, your international travel could be in danger. By Department of Treasury procedure, IRS can request to block the issuance or renewal of U.S. Passports for those who owe significant tax debt. If the debt remains without payment arrangement, IRS can request a full revocation of a passport. This applies to anyone who…Read More

  2. IRS Just Took My Payroll Funds!

    Whoa! This problem is an emergency. It needs a real solution, right now! (Or else employees won’t get paid.) This situation is called an “IRS Bank Levy.” The IRS will use various forms of collection enforcement to collect unpaid federal tax. Initiated by either by an IRS Revenue Officer or IRS’s automated system, a “Notice of Levy” is issued to your bank. This levy is one of the IRS' c…Read More

  3. IRS Uses Private Debt Collection Agencies – Are My Clients Affected?

    Beginning in 2016, the IRS is allowed to assign a person’s tax debt to a private company for collection. Oddly enough, this fairly new law is both tax law and transportation legislation, namely, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (or FAST). The idea was to facilitate an expedited collection of tax, facilitate tax resolution, and to expedite American highway and infrastructure repa…Read More

  4. IRS Uses Private Debt Collection Agencies – Are My Clients Affected?

    IRS Uses Private Debt Collection Agencies – Are My Clients Affected? Beginning in 2016, IRS is allowed to assign a person’s tax debt to a private company for collection. Oddly enough, this fairly new law is both tax law and transportation legislation, namely, the “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act” (or FAST). The idea was to facilitate an expedited collection of tax, to expedit…Read More

  5. 3 Ways The IRS Can Disrupt Your Life

    You’re already struggling through life. The last thing you need is the IRS on your back about back taxes. It’s uncomfortable getting a letter in the mail from a faceless entity telling you that they will collect on the money you owe if you don’t pay them. It seems too awful to be true. At Tax Law Offices in Naperville, we understand your frustration. The IRS can be overwhelming. Nonetheless,…Read More

  6. 6 IRS Tax Lawyer FAQs Answered

    When dealing with the IRS, it can be overwhelming. You don’t want to handle them alone. The complicated tax law combined with your elevated emotions around how much you owe and potential criminal charges can make the situation unbearable. These two reasons alone make it obvious that you need an experienced IRS tax lawyer you can trust to stand in your corner with you to reduce tax obligation and…Read More

  7. When to hire a tax professional for an audit

    If you’ve just received a tax audit notification from the IRS, you’re not alone. You may have filed your taxes already and on time, but the IRS has found some discrepancies. Whatever the reason for the audit may be, it can be a stressful situation. Not only is understanding tax code cumbersome, but relying on your own knowledge to navigate a tax audit can be devastating. It’s important to un…Read More

  8. How Can An IRS Tax Attorney in Naperville Help You? Part II

    It can be devastating to receive a notice from the IRS that you owe more in taxes. You may already be feeling the pressure with taxes, and you cannot imagine having to pay more into the IRS. Tax Law Offices in Naperville are here to help. We serve our clients with tax attorney services to reduce their tax liability as much as possible. In our last post, we discussed how you should search for a tax…Read More

  9. How Can An IRS Tax Attorney Help You? – Part I

    If you’ve received notice from the IRS that you owe more than you filed for, you will need an IRS tax attorney. Every employed American must file income taxes. Every business must file quarterly taxes. Every single dollar made is taxed. There are no exceptions. However, when it comes to dealing with the IRS, you do not want to go at it alone. Before you use your phone to search “tax attorney n…Read More

  10. 2 Actions A Tax Collector Can Take If You Don’t Pay Taxes

    Your IRS Tax Collector has much more power than the average federal employee. It’s a common misunderstanding that the IRS is an entity you can avoid. Although it may seem like a brilliant idea to not pay your taxes, avoid the IRS, and use all the “extra” cash you have to live your life, it’s a horrible idea. Not only will a tax collector pursue you, but they will go as far as contacting yo…Read More