Portugal soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo’s tax troubles may finally be ending. The soccer star has reportedly reached a deal with Spanish prosecutors in his tax-evasion case. Ronaldo was accused by Spanish Authorities of evading over 14.7 million euros (equal to about $17 million) in taxes between 2011 and 2014. The authorities allege that Ronaldo set up a company to manage his image rights but then transferred the rights to a second company to confuse Spanish Tax authorities.
Every month, our tax attorneys and case managers work hard to help our clients settle their tax liability once and for all. Some of our clients struggle with bank levies or wage garnishments, while others owe money due to owning a small business. Here are just a few of the clients we were able to help this month.
A new year means new tax deadlines!! Here is just a list of the major tax dates and deadlines for 2019!! Mark them down on your calendar so you don't forget!
The end of the year is usually the busiest time for taxpayers. You’re usually trying to get everything wrapped up and finished before the new year begins. One thing you should put on your list for the end of the year is to start calculating your taxes and if you will owe taxes when you file. If you find out you are going to owe taxes, there are some steps you can take to lower your tax liability. Tax planning is an important part of keeping your financials in line and can help you stay on track and make filing your tax return easier.
Tags: Tax Return, Tax, Tax Deductions, audit help, Audit, levy, tax extension, Tax Help, Tax Law, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, CDP, Identity Theft, Tax Scams, Liens, Tax Court, Sales Tax, Wedding, Tax Levy, Tax Lien, IRS Tax Lien, Taxes
Tax Audits are one of the most terrifying things a taxpayer can endure. Most taxpayers don’t know what being audited by the IRS entails and usually don’t know what to do if they are audited. IRS audits can be confusing to most taxpayers as most don’t know what the IRS is looking for when they determine who to audit each year and what they are looking for when they perform the tax audit. Tax audits can be a long and exhaustive process that examines every aspect of your financial history for the tax year in question. The average taxpayer won’t be audited in their lifetime, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen to you. The best way to help yourself in a tax audit is to know why and what a tax audit means and to get a tax attorney to help represent you. Here is the information you need to know if you are selected for a tax audit by the IRS. Finding tax audit help can be hard but knowing the facts can make it easier.
There’s two guarantees in life; death and taxes. Taxes help pay for schools, your roads, your police and fire department and other things you use every day. Depending on where you live, you can pay income tax, sales tax, property tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax or even estate tax. Every year millions of taxpayers file their federal tax return and pay their taxes. But for thousands of others, they either don’t file their federal tax return, or they don’t pay the taxes they owe. This can be for several reasons, either they don’t have the money to pay, they forget, or they don’t know how to file their tax return. Not filing your tax return and not paying the federal taxes you owe, can create a large tax debt and make you put into collections with the IRS. This can lead to IRS garnishments such as a bank account levy, a wage garnishment, Social Security garnishment or lien. Here’s what you need to know about tax law and how it affects you.
Tags: Tax Return, Tax, Tax Deductions, audit help, Audit, levy, tax extension, Tax Help, Tax Law, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, CDP, Identity Theft, Tax Scams, Liens, Tax Court, Sales Tax, Tax Levy, Tax Lien, IRS Tax Lien
Check out just a few of the FANTASTIC results achieved for our clients last month! This months closed case round up features a contractor whose severe health problems led to a large tax debt, plus a client who tried to resolve their tax issues on their own and ended up coming back to us for help.
Tags: Tax Return, Tax, Tax Deductions, audit help, Audit, levy, tax extension, Tax Help, Tax Law, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, CDP, Tax Scams, Liens, Tax Court, Sales Tax, Student Loans, Tax Levy, Tax Lien, IRS Tax Lien
The IRS is giving businesses back a break they thought they had lost due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The agency announced that companies can still deduct 50% of meals while entertaining clients and customers. The announcement cleared up confusion about whether the tax law changes had completely eliminated the benefit of writing off taking clients out to a meal.
Time is running out for taxpayers looking to take a depreciation deduction on certain property they have used in 2017. Individuals and calendar-year corporations must generally file the election with the IRS by October 15th.
Do you provide paid family or medical leave to your employees? Have you thought about it? If you don’t, now would be a great time to start! The IRS has announced that eligible employers who provide family and medical leave may qualify for a new business tax credit for years 2018 and 2019!