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Am I Eligible For A Payment Plan?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who are unable to pay what they owe to the IRS in a single payment, often have the option of applying for a payment plan, which allows taxpayers to pay off their balance over time. Which of these payment options is available to a taxpayer will depend on his or her specific situation,… Read More »

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Have You Been Contacted by a Private Debt Collector About Your Taxes?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

In 2017, the IRS began using private debt collectors to recover certain overdue federal debts from taxpayers. There are, however, only a few debt collectors that are actually allowed to collect debts on behalf of the federal government and those that are permitted to do so are required to comply with a strict set… Read More »

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Tips for Small Businesses When Filing Employment Tax Returns

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

There are two forms commonly used by small businesses when filing employment tax returns, one of which requires the payment of employment taxes on a quarterly basis, while the other involves payment once a year. The two forms aren’t interchangeable and taxpayers should be sure to always file according to their designated requirement, or… Read More »

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Challenging the IRS

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers have a number of different rights when it comes to dealing with the IRS, one of which is the right to challenge the agency’s decisions. This right can prove crucial in helping taxpayers avoid unfair decisions and penalties. How a person goes about exercising this right, however, may vary depending on his or… Read More »

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Tax Filing Season Begins in February

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

For most of us, it seemed like 2021 couldn’t come soon enough. However, with the new year come additional hurdles, including tax season, which officially starts February 12th, when the IRS will begin accepting and processing 2020 tax returns. While tax season typically begins in late January, this year, the IRS has decided to… Read More »

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Paying Deferred Employee Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Last year, due to the economic difficulties that accompanied the coronavirus, many businesses were given the option to defer paying certain employee taxes until the end of 2021. To learn more about this extended filing period and how it could help you with your own employment-related taxes, please reach out to our experienced Florida… Read More »

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Common Estate and Gift Tax Questions

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Gift taxes apply to transfers of property, money, and assets that are made by a person during his or her lifetime. Estate taxes, on the other hand, apply to large inheritances left to an heir upon a person’s death. The overhaul to the tax code that took place in 2017 made some significant changes… Read More »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »