Fairfax, Virginia business lawyer Elden Sodowsky is dedicated to providing current legal information to assist you with your IRS problems and business matters. He helps find solutions to his clients income tax and payroll tax debts and issues. Sodowsky is focused on helping his clients, whether it is setting up a new business or providing needed advice for an already-established company. He continually offers useful and important legal blogs regarding tax and business cases.
The IRS has what is known as a Collection Statute Expiration Date (CSED). Logistically, the CSED is ten years. However, there are a number of waivers and extensions that the IRS can file for to extend the CSED. There are also exceptions to the ten-year rule. Below, we take a look at everything you need to know about the IRS statute of limitations on tax […]
As a business owner, you are expected to file and pay your taxes each year. And the IRS knows there’s nothing wrong with trying to pay less in taxes, allowing you to use legitimate strategies to lower your tax burden. But there is a huge difference between using legal tax avoidance tactics and trying to illegally underpay. […]
The IRS has the right to seize your home and other property if you fail to pay your federal income taxes. To exercise this authority, the IRS must notify you before they can seize anything. If you’ve been contacted by the IRS about a tax debt, don’t assume they will come immediately to take your home. There are steps you can […]