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Contact the Tax Law Experts at Froisland Law Today!
Contact the Tax Law Experts at Froisland Law Today!
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Are you and your business taking advantage of tax savings provisions? Call (801) 290-2130 to schedule your free 20 minutes consult.
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If you have unfiled tax returns, you should be aware that failure to file tax your returns may be construed as a criminal act by the IRS. You can get more information here at our website.
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Should you hire a tax lawyer, or can you save some money and talk to your accountant if you need professional advice on your income taxes?
#taxes #taxlaw #taxlawyer #accountant #taxadvice
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Don’t try to take on an IRS tax audit alone — the auditor does not have your best interests in mind.
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Self-employed people must file quarterly taxes, a process that can be fraught with anguish for many entrepreneurs.
#selfemployed #entrepreneurs #quarterlytaxes #taxattorney #lawywer
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Probate is the legal process used to settle an estate, and it’s one that you want to avoid at all costs. You certainly don’t want to put your family through it.
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Does the very thought of a tax audit make you break out in a cold sweat?
#taxaudit #IRS #lawyer #taxlaw #taxattorney
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You can get caught up. Don’t wait any longer to tackle those unfiled taxes.
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The IRS uses its wage levy power as a means of legally collecting individual tax debts.
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Tax evasion can involve civil or criminal penalties — or both. The IRS can assess a civil fraud penalty equal to 75% of the under-reported taxes or they can refer the perpetrator's case to their Criminal Investigation Unit, which could lead to criminal charges.
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