IRS Eases Enforcement Efforts During Coronavirus Pandemic
Learn about the IRS's new People First Initiative—a sweeping series of steps designed to make life easier on people facing tax issues due to COVID-19.
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.
Time Limits on IRS Collections
Usually the IRS has ten years to collect money you owe.
IRS May Report Tax Debts to Credit Bureaus
The IRS may change reporting rules to allow tax debt to show up on credit reports.
Supreme Court Rules Inherited IRAs are Not Protected From Creditors
After this surprising ruling from the Supreme Court, IRA owners in most states will have to take additional steps to protect their heirs from creditors after they die.
IRS Changes Civil Forfeiture Rules Regarding Cash Deposits
Under IRS rules intended to prevent money laundering by criminals and terrorists, frequent cash deposits by businesses fell within scope of IRS right to seize the business's cash deposits.