Cary Bryson, co-founder of Bryson Law Firm L.L.C. explains how the recent IRS scandal is indicative of the broad power of the agency, and why a tax resolution attorney is best for resolving IRS problems.
House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee chairman Charles Boustany, Jr., R-La., sent a letter Wednesday to IRS Acting Commissioner Steven T. Miller demanding a copy of the video parodies produced in the IRS's television studio in New Carrollton, Md., claiming the studio may have cost taxpayers more than $4 million last year, according to a review of contracts.
WASHINGTON — Refunds totaling just over $917 million may be waiting for an estimated 984,400 taxpayers who did not file a federal income tax return for 2009, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. However, to collect the money, a return for 2009 must be filed with the IRS no later than Monday, April 15, 2013.
The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana is warning local residents to beware IRS tax season schemes operating in the Acadiana area.
The BBB has received several calls over the last few days from concerned residents inquiring about emails, phone calls and faxes claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service promising them large returns or promises of money owed them from prior tax years.
The IRS can get particularly nasty if they're forced to "catch you" or "chase you down". The best thing to do is to face up to your situation – no matter how bad you perceive it to be – and deal with it now. Hiring an attorney can virtually assure that you won't have to even talk to the IRS, and you'll know that you have someone working in your corner to work out the very best solution to your problem.