If you’ve been unable to pay your full tax burden at the time it’s due, you might be wondering if the IRS can levy your company’s accounts receivable. The easy answer is, yes, they can. Here’s some more information you need to know.
Category: Tax Law
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Every year, you take great pains to ensure that you file your taxes correctly while receiving the maximum deductions possible. If you aren’t familiar with an Offer in Compromise, here are some essentials that you need to know.