IRS Penalties For Paying Taxes Late

Examples of really bad ideas: Forgetting your spouse’s birthday or your anniversary, do-it-yourself brain surgery, and forgetting to file your federal tax return or pay your federal taxes. You may be short on the cash to pay your taxes, but there are better ways to address your tax problem than avoiding it entirely. The IRS…
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What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Tax Bill

Instead of enjoying a tax refund this year, you are surprised to find that you owe Uncle Sam. Even worse, you do not have the money to pay these surprise taxes. What can you do? One thing you definitely do not want to do is ignore the tax bill. That will only make your situation…
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IRS Releases A Taxpayer Bill Of Rights

Nightmare: you’ve been called to a meeting with an IRS agent to discuss your tax return, and you can’t afford professional help. Did you know that you could have someone help you at low cost or even free? It’s one of your rights as a U.S. taxpayer. You may know about the Bill of Rights,…
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Concerning Trends In The Automotive Industry

At the 2016 JD Power Automotive Summit held in Las Vegas, executives spoke out about concerning trends in the auto industry. The summit is the opening meeting of the yearly National Automobile Dealers Association Convention & Expo and serves as a platform to discuss concerns voiced by leaders in the industry. One of these concerns…
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US Women’s Soccer Players Fight For Equal Pay

Wage Discrimination on the Soccer Pitch Gender inequity in pay is nothing new. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), women earned less than 60 cents on average for every dollar that a man earned throughout most of the 1960s and 1970s. The pay gap has decreased since then, but has stalled since 2001…
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