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Filing a Wrongful Levy Claim

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS has a number of different tools at its disposal when it comes to collecting debt from taxpayers. For instance, in some cases, the IRS can actually legally seize a person’s property to satisfy a debt. Fortunately, taxpayers do not have to take the seizure of their assets lying down, so if you… Read More »


Preparing to File Next Year’s Tax Return

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

While tax season may still seem relatively far off, taxpayers are still being encouraged to take certain steps to prepare for the 2021 tax filing season, including gathering tax-related documentation and checking their ITINs. To learn more about the things that you can do to make the tax return filing process easier, please call… Read More »


What is Backup Withholding?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who receive certain types of income are required to report that income on what is known as an information return. Generally, in these cases, the business or person paying the taxpayer in question won’t be required to withhold taxes from those payments because the payee is expected to report and pay taxes on… Read More »


Relief for Taxpayers Struggling with Tax Debt During COVID-19

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS recently made a number of changes to its tax collection policies in an effort to help taxpayers who have been impacted by COVID-19, more easily settle their tax debts. For instance, many taxpayers have been given an additional 60 days to resolve their debts, while those who satisfy certain requirements can set… Read More »


Alimony Payments Could Affect Your Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

It is not uncommon for many of those who go through divorce to forget about the tax-related repercussions of ending a marriage. While this is completely understandable, especially in the context of a divorce, it can have dire consequences for the parties later on. Alimony payments, for instance, can affect the tax situation of… Read More »


Why Was My Refund Reduced?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

When submitting their tax returns, most people are able to calculate, with a relative degree of certainty, how much they can expect to receive in a tax refund. These amounts, however, are not absolute and are actually subject to change by the IRS. For instance, when issuing refunds, the IRS is authorized to reduce… Read More »


The Tax Repercussions of Closing Your Business

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating consequences not only on the health of thousands of Americans, but also on the economy as a whole. Many businesses, for instance, especially small family-owned companies, have been forced to shut their doors permanently as a result of pandemic-related restrictions. While the decision to close a business may… Read More »


The Taxpayer’s Right to Finality

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As taxpayers, we have a wide range of rights when it comes to dealing with the IRS. For instance, taxpayers have the right to be informed about IRS decisions, as well as the right to privacy and confidentiality, and the right to appeal the agency’s decisions. Of these rights, one of the most important… Read More »


Tips for Reconstructing Important Tax Records After a Disaster

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Over the last few years, the U.S. has seen an unprecedented number of natural catastrophes, including wildfires and record-setting hurricanes. Many of those who were forced to suffer through these natural disasters continue to face ongoing challenges, including reconstructing their financial documentation and tax records. Obtaining this information is extremely important, as the paperwork… Read More »


Receiving a Bill from the IRS

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

April 15th is the standard deadline for most taxpayers to file their tax returns and pay any taxes that they owe to the IRS. During processing, the IRS checks these returns and payments for accuracy before determining whether a taxpayer owes additional taxes, penalties, or interest, in which case, that individual will be sent… Read More »