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Top Tax Tips for Gig Economy Workers

The gig economy is alive and well with workers enjoying flexibility, good pay, and a variety of opportunities to earn a living on their terms.    If you work hard and stay disciplined, the gig economy can be a fantastic source of income.    But it is income, and in the eyes of the IRS,…

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Regaining Peace of Mind after Dealing with the IRS: Greg’s Story

Customer: Greg L. Tax Issue: Delinquent IRS Tax Filings Traxion Tax Representative: Michael S. Current Status: RESOLVED   Falling into arrears with the IRS is something that typically happens while life is happening, with all its obligations, responsibilities, and pressures.    For Greg, a significant brain injury was the life event that derailed his focus…

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The IRS Automated Collection System (ACS): What It Means

They say there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes.   While this is true, it could also be said that there is a third certainty, which is that if you fall behind on a debt owed to the IRS, they will attempt to collect the debt.    When this happens—depending on the…

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Managing a High-Stakes Tax Problem: Sue’s Story

Customer: Sue H. Tax Issue: Extensive unpaid tax bill Traxion Tax Representative: Levi S. Current Status: RESOLVED   Our customers’ tax situations are as unique as each person dealing with them. Every time we sit down to understand the story so far, we uncover a tapestry of events and factors that takes time to untangle. …

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5 Steps to Take When You Receive an IRS Levy Notice

No one likes getting surprise letters from the IRS or state tax authority (unless they contain refund checks). If you’ve received a Notice of Intent to Levy, you’re probably wondering what you should do about it.   Do you hire a tax attorney?   Do you call the IRS immediately and plead with them?  …

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