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When taxpayers who owe money to the IRS come into our office in Richardson, TX, one of the most common questions we get is to how to settle their debt for pennies on the dollar, as they hear in commercials. While under that they want to begin the process at the end, I usually have to explain to t...
04/09/2019
 We often meet with clients in our Richardson, Texas office, who want to file an Offer-In-Compromise, also known as an OIC, with the government to settle their IRS debt for less than the full amount owed. If you are interested in making an Offer-In-Compromise and qualify, how do you determine wha...
04/07/2019
Have you been selected for a  Sales and Use Tax Audit Examination or does the thought of being selected scare you? Many of the busiSales Tax and Useness owners who come to our office from the Richardson and Plano Texas area, are terrified at the thought of being audited by the state.  As States c...
04/05/2019
When clients come into our Richardson Tax office with IRS debt issues, most of the potential clients want to learn more about the Offer In Compromise process, or OIC for short. There are three different types of Offers in Compromise. Doubt as to Collectability – This type of offer is the most com...
03/31/2019
If you watch TV, it’s likely that you’ve seen the commercials where Taxpayers who owe the IRS large sums of money, state that they were able to settle their tax debt for pennies on the dollar. When clients with tax debt,come into my office in Richardson, Texas, probably the most common question I...
03/27/2019
A lot of small business owners from the Richardson and Plano TX area that come into our office have questions on the use of their Auto for business on their tax return.  Questions include: What can I deduct? Lease or buy? What miles count? Here are some general rules you need to know to make sure...
03/24/2019
Did you know that most exams of personal returns with a Schedule C (Self-Employment) include requests for information on Car and Truck Expenses?   While the IRS recommends contemporaneous mileage logs, it does not require them. Mileage logs may be accepted in an audit if completed on a weekly or ...
03/20/2019
Quickbooks and accounting software similar to Quickbooks, such as Xero, are now commonly used by small business owners to track their accounting records. For a fairly small price, it enables businesses to have financial reports, to assist them in running their business, and provides a database wh...
03/17/2019
I have clients come into my Richardson, TX tax office wanting to sell their homes but believing that they are unable to due to an IRS lien filed against it.  The good news is that not only can you sell your home, but the IRS will be happy to allow you to sell your home, as long as it does not neg...
03/13/2019
Paying Employees is a critical function for business owners. If an employer doesn’t pay their employees timely, they will not have a staff to operate their business. What happens when your company pays its employees but doesn’t file Payroll Tax filings timely or doesn’t make deposits for payroll ...
03/10/2019
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