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|Innocent / Injured Spouse Relief||What relief is available to spouses of taxpayers who owe money to the IRS.|
|Installment Agreement Compliance||What must you do to keep from defaulting an agreement?|
|Married Filing Joint - A Joint Liability||When filing a joint return, are you on the hook for all of it?|
|Non-Liable Parties in Collections||When you are not liable, how does it affect the liable party's ability to pay? How will they look at your income?|
|The Collection Process||What are the steps the government typically takes from the first bill to the ultimate action of seizure?|
|Sole Proprietors Targeted||80% of the tax cheating is by sole proprietors and Sub S corporations. Avoid falling into that trap.|
|Top Taxpayer Mistakes||The 'Unlucky 7'. How to recognize and avoid them.|
|Unreported Income||How does the government find it? Easier than you think.|
|What to Expect||The emotional and psychological stresses of dealing with government. Being prepared makes it a lot easier.|
|Common Business Startup Mistakes||Traps and pitfalls that can trip up the new emerging small business.|
The 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Chart on how it impacts you.
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