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IRS Offers New Penalty Relief and Expanded Installment Agreements

Courtesy of the IRS IRS Offers New Penalty Relief and Expanded Installment Agreements to Taxpayers under Expanded Fresh Start Initiative WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today announced a major expansion of its “Fresh Start” initiative to help struggling taxpayers by taking steps to provide new penalty relief to the unemployed and making Installment Agreements available […]

Adult Son

Today TaxMama hears from Charmaigne in the TaxQuips Forum, with a reasonable issue. “My son turned 26 in November of 2010 and has been out of work for over a year. He lives with me and I have supported him in every way, medical bills, dental bills, auto insurance, food, clothes, etc. Is there a […]

People Out of Work May Be Overlooking Tax Breaks

According to a CompleteTax survey, you may be overlooking tax breaks that can save you money. When it Comes to Unemployment, Knowing What’s Taxable, What’s Not Makes a Difference (RIVERWOODS, ILL., January 27, 2011) – At the end of 2010, 14.5 million people were unemployed and many more were out of work at one time […]

Unemployment Strategy

Today TaxMama wants to discuss unemployment issues. Too often I learn during tax season, that a client didn’t work and didn’t collect unemployment insurance, or other compensation to which they were entitled. This especially true of folks who are not comfortable with English. Since we’re heading for a season when many people’s jobs may end…

IRS Outlines Additional Steps to Assist Unemployed Taxpayers and Others

IRS has added a new resource – just for you. They have opened up their offices on Saturdays. How that helps people who don’t have jobs and can come in on weekdays, I don’t understand. It certainly is a big help to people who work, though!   Video Owe Taxes But Can’t Pay? English Unemployment Compensation: […]

Unemployed and Drew 401K

[TaxMama note to employers: Times are tough and you may have no choice but to lay off employees. Before you do, see what you can do to help them avoid problems like these. It might mean keeping them on payroll for a little while longer while they seek a new loan. It might even mean […]