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Tax Bits Podcast
Jason Carr, Esq.
Provides bite-sized tax updates and news that impact you and your loved ones. As always, you can find show notes and resources for each episode at carrtaxlaw.com.
Mar 1, 2022
How Do I Complete IRS Form 433-A?
In this episode I discuss completion of the (dreaded) IRS Form 433-A Collection Information Statement.
Feb 1, 2022
How Do I Set Up an IRS Installment Agreement?
In this episode I delve further into the mechanics of setting up an IRS payment plan.
Jan 1, 2022
What's a Partial Pay Installment Agreement?
In this episode I discuss how a Partial Payment Installment Agreement allows you to reduce your monthly IRS payment.
Nov 1, 2021
What's an IRS Installment Agreement?
In this episode I discuss how the IRS Installment Agreement allows you to resolve a large tax bill over time.
Oct 1, 2021
How Do I Get an IRS Transcript?
In this episode I discuss the different types of transcripts available from the IRS, and how to get them.
Sep 1, 2021
What is the Statute of Limitations on IRS Refunds, Audits and Collections?
The amount of time to claim an IRS refund, undergo an audit, or be pursued by collection agents is governed by the law.
Aug 1, 2021
What is an IRS Tax Audit?
An IRS tax audit is when an employee of the Internal Review Service takes a peek at your financial information to make certain your taxes were filed correctly.
Jul 1, 2021
How Do I Get an IRS Penalty Abatement?
If you're facing a large tax bill, arguing for penalty abatement may be a good strategy to reduce your overall debt.
Jun 1, 2021
What Is an Offer In Compromise?
If you owe the IRS more than you're able to pay, an Offer In Compromise may be a viable resolution option.
May 1, 2021
What Do I Do if I Have Unfiled Tax Returns?
If you have several years unfiled tax returns, the IRS may prepare a substitute tax return to start the collections process against you.
Apr 1, 2021
How Do I Ask the IRS for More Time to File My Tax Return?
Time is money. We hear that saying all the time. So, if you don’t have the time, it will cost you some money. But once again, the friendly folks at the IRS have thought of a way to cut you a little slack when it comes to filing your income tax return by way of allowing you additional time to file your tax return.