Problems with taxes or the IRS? Learn about your options for dealing with the IRS, including installment plans, offers in compromise, and bankruptcy.
Eliminating Tax Debts in Bankruptcy
Most taxes can't be eliminated in bankruptcy, but some can.
The IRS Can Get Your Electronic Records
If the IRS asks, you must turn over any electronic accounting records you keep for your business.
IRS Says It Can Read Email Without a Warrant
Your emails may not be as private as you think. Learn about IRS policy on taxpayer emails.
Delinquent Taxpayers May Be Denied a U.S. Passport
If you owe more than $50,000 in taxes to the IRS, your passport could be revoked or denied.
Can the IRS override a divorce decree in collecting taxes?
Take a look at your options.
What if my employer withheld too little from my paycheck?
Learn what kind of actions you should take.
Can the U.S. collect taxes from people unwilling to pay?
Know your rights.
Using an Offer in Compromise to Settle a Tax Bill
How to settle a tax bill with the IRS using an offer in compromise.
Can You Really Settle Your Tax Debt with the IRS for Pennies on the Dollar?
Here's the inside scoop on Offers in Compromise (OICs) and settling a debt with the IRS.
What Is an IRS Bank Levy?
Make sure you understand -- and respond to -- required warnings and notices from the IRS to avoid an IRS levy against your bank account.
What Is a Collection Due Process Hearing With the IRS?
You can dispute a debt with the IRS by filing a Collection Due Process Hearing Request to level the playing field and ensure the IRS does not take more money than you owe.