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Mesa, AZ 85204
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July 2010

TAX DEBT ADVISORS

What should you expect in your first meeting with an IRS Relief company? First, you should not expect to pay for your initial consultation. Second, make sure that the person you are talking to will be the one that will represent you before the...
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TAX DEBT ADVISORS INC in MESA AZ

How to choose an IRS representative? First, and perhaps the most important consideration is to make sure that the person who will represent you is the person setting in front of you in your initial interview.  If you are only meeting with a sales...
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IRS TAX LIENS – STOP IRS ACTION

When do IRS tax liens expire? Yes there is an expiration on IRS tax liens—ten years.  The ten years starts from the time the taxes were assessed.  Once the ten year period has passed the tax lien goes away automatically.   There is a caution...
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COLLECTION STATUTE EXPIRATION DATE

If the IRS does not collect the taxes within ten years form the date of assessment, then the tax is abated and liens are released against the taxpayer’s property.  If you have several years that you owe on, it is advisable to designate your...
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WILL THE IRS THROW ME IN JAIL?

The IRS has almost unlimited power but the times that it resorts to severe action are very rare and never without giving you many opportunities to correct the problem.  Try to remember that in almost every case you are negligent not criminal.  Your IRS...
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IRS HELP BLOG

This blog is to help you understand what you can get from a blog on this web site.  Frankly, it will give you only the basic outline of the subject matter covered.  On a scale of one to ten it is about a three. ...
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STOP IRS ACTION

This phase can mean many things for different IRS problems.  If your wages are being levied, you want the IRS to stop taking your money from you wages.  If your bank account is being levied, you want that to stop or the money to...
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FILING BACK TAX RETURNS

It is important to remember that the IRS does not punish primarily for non payment but rather for non filing.  The penalties for failing to file a tax return are 10 times greater than the penalty for non payment.  That means the IRS is...
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