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IRS Trouble Solvers - Patrick T. Sheehan & Associates
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We represent individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDR).
We represent individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDR).

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In a previous post, we announced that the IRS signaled it will likely disallow the deduction of prepaid state and local property taxes in 2017 if the tax liability issue had not yet been assessed when it was paid.

In response to this, recently proposed bipartisan legislation introduced in the House would allow the full deduction for property taxes for 2018 that were prepaid in 2017. To learn more about this proposed legislation, check out our blog below.
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There's yet another new tax scam out there to be aware aware of. This time it is targeted at tax return preparers. For full details and what to look out for, visit our blog below.
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President Donald Trump’s administration recently announced the nomination of Charles Rettig to be the next IRS Commissioner.

Rettig’s nomination is significant because he would be the first IRS Commissioner in 22 years with a background in tax practice. To learn more about Rettig, check out our latest blog!
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Haven't paid your taxes in several years? Even if the IRS hasn't contacted you yet, you should still take action! Visit our website to learn more about the steps you should take. IRS Trouble Solvers is here to help!
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Want to know when you might receive your tax refund? Check out this handy guide for projected refund dates based on the date you filed!
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Did you know that if you owe money to the IRS, they can levy on your Social Security benefits? In a recent case, a taxpayer sued the IRS for levying on his Social Security benefits in the amount of $10,000. The lawsuit was dismissed for failure to state a claim, as he failed to properly explain to the IRS why the penalty should not have been assessed against him.

For full details on this case, check out our latest blog below.
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The new tax law recently signed by President Trump limits annual itemized deductions for all non-business state and local taxes, including property taxes, to $10,000.00 after 2017. So the question many are struggling with is whether their prepaid 2017 real estate taxes are still deductible on their 2017 returns.

We break down this question in our latest blog and try to provide a simplified answer. Check it out below.
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Have a tax question? Check out our FAQ for answers to questions commonly asked of our experienced tax attorneys!
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Want to learn more about the attorneys you would be working with on your tax issues? Click below to learn more about IRS Trouble Solvers and discover how we've successfully resolved IRS tax problems for individuals & businesses since we began in 1991!
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You may be pretty excited about the fact that the tax cuts passed by Congress in December 2017 will mean more money in your paychecks. However, according to a new report from Fox Business, the withholding amounts for some workers could be incorrectly calculated and could lead to future tax problems.

Check out our latest blog for full details.
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