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Stopping a Tax Levy: Answers from a NY IRS Attorney

You just got a dreadful call from your boss or human resources person that they received a tax levy and they are legally required to garnish your paycheck. Yikes! Perhaps you just wrote a check and it bounced. You call your...more

IRS Wage Garnishment Help & FAQs

An IRS wage garnishment can cripple your finances. Whether you live in New York or some other high cost of living state, you depend on your paycheck being there like clockwork. You've owed back taxes to the IRS but you've...more

Unfiled Tax Returns – Getting Back on Track with Your Delinquent Taxes

If you have unfiled tax returns, there are a number of questions probably running through your mind: Will I go to jail? Should I come forward voluntarily? Should I hire a tax attorney? Perhaps you received several...more

New York Tax Problems: Answers to your NYS & IRS Questions

If have New York tax problems, you may have questions about what the Department of Taxation & Finance can do to collect back taxes that you may owe and what your options are to resolve your tax problems. You may also be...more

13 IRS Tax Problem Solutions & Tips

As a New York tax attorney that handles IRS problems on a daily basis, here are the 14 most common IRS tax problem situations and questions that I hear from concerned taxpayers and some helpful tips to put your tax problems...more

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