1. How Tax Non-Filers Apply for COVID-19 Stimulus Payment

    How Tax Non-Filers Apply for COVID-19 Stimulus Payment UPDATE: U.S. residents will receive the Economic Impact Payment, due to the financial domino effects of COVID-19 pandemic. Typically, receiving the payment requires filing a 2019 or 2018 tax return. Here is how to get COVID-19 stimulus payments for people that do not file tax returns. QUICKLY, THE BASIC RULES Just a quick refresher on the rule…Read More

  2. How to Spot IRS Phone Scams

    How to Spot IRS Phone Scams If someone calls demanding money for IRS tax, is this a legitimate call? Probably not, because IRS just doesn’t make collection phone calls. One of the more popular scams now is the caller who threatens to arrest you today. Usually a male voice, he will claim to be an “IRS Revenue Officer”. The caller will provide a name (no, it’s not his real name), and maybe e…Read More

  3. Expectations for Working Moms Under Trump Tax Plan Explained

    President-Elect Donald Trump’s proposed tax plan is surprisingly very detailed.  Without advocating, defending, or bashing the plan, I want to summarize what to expect. Trump Tax Plan Easily Boosts Net-of-Tax Incomes for the Wealthy First, Trump spoke to the “working class.” He promised to "massively cut taxes for the middle class, the forgotten people, the forgotten men and women of this c…Read More

  4. Due Process to Stop IRS Collections

    If IRS files a tax lien against you, you have a right to stop them. One way is by “Due Process of Law”, but without the help of a skilled tax lawyer, you don’t always get the chance to exercise that right. And that’s a problem. This legal term, “Due Process”, basically means fair treatment through a normal justice system. This is certainly a person’s right with regard to IRS tax liab…Read More