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TAS Tax Tip: Got married? Here are some tax ramifications to consider and actions to take now

Did you get married this year or plan to marry before Dec. 31st? If yes, read on… When you get […] The post TAS Tax Tip: Got married? Here are some tax ramifications to consider and act...

TAS Tax Tip: IRS provides answers to custody situations that affect Advance Child Tax Credit payments

Custody Situations for Advance Child Tax Credit Payments Parents who share custody of their children should be aware of how […] The post TAS Tax Tip: IRS provides answers to custody situation...

NTA Blog: The IRS and Private Collection Agencies: Four Contracts Lapsed and Three New Ones Are in Place: What Does That Mean for Taxpayers?

October 13, 2021 NTA Blog: The IRS and Private Collection Agencies: Four Contracts Lapsed and Three New Ones Are in […] The post NTA Blog: The IRS and Private Collection Agencies: Four Contra...

TAS Tax Tip: I got a notice or letter from the IRS – now what do I do?

The IRS will send a notice or a letter for any number of reasons, including: Identifying a specific issue on […] The post TAS Tax Tip: I got a notice or letter from the IRS – now what ...

NTA Blog: Decoding IRS Transcripts and the New Transcript Format: Part II

Many individuals may not know they can request, receive, and review their tax records via a tax transcript from the […] The post NTA Blog: Decoding IRS Transcripts and the New Transcript Form...

NTA Blog: Decoding IRS Transcripts and the New Transcript Format: Part I

Decoding IRS Transcripts and the New Transcript Format: Part I Many individuals may not know they can request, receive, and […] The post NTA Blog: Decoding IRS Transcripts and the New Transcr...

TAS Tax Tip: Important Reminders for October 15th Extension Filers

Extension of Time to File Most taxpayers who requested an extension of time to file for their 2020 federal income […] The post TAS Tax Tip: Important Reminders for October 15th Extension File...

TAS Tax Tip: IRS statement on Advance Child Tax Credit Payment updates

September Advance Child Tax Credit Payments The IRS issued a formal statement on September 24, which anyone missing their September […] The post TAS Tax Tip: IRS statement on Advance Child Ta...

TAS Tax Tip: Take certain corrective actions by October 4, to affect future Advance Child Tax Credit Payments

If you are receiving monthly advance payments of the Child Tax Credit, you can make certain changes in the Child […] The post TAS Tax Tip: Take certain corrective actions by October 4, to aff...

NTA Blog: Bumps in the Road Sequel: Update on the Filing Season Challenges: Part II

NTA Blog: Bumps in the Road Sequel: Update on the Filing Season Challenges: Part II Even though the 2021 filing […] The post NTA Blog: Bumps in the Road Sequel: Update on the Filing Season Ch...

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