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Revenue Service Questions
What is the revenue service?
A revenue service is a government agency that is responsible for looking into the government’s revenue – both taxable and non taxable revenue. Given below are some of the important questions about the revenue service that have been answered by the Experts.
What can an individual do if he/she believes that the audit of taxes done by the revenue service is incorrect?
If an individual feels that the audit of
done by the revenue service is incorrect, he/she may request them for an informal conference. An informal conference will give the individual an opportunity to discuss with the revenue service and tell them what the individual thinks is wrong in the audit. It will also give the revenue service a chance to present their arguments and convince the individual that the audit is not wrong.
Would it be considered a violation of the IRS code if an individual hired his/her own child and paid the child?
If an individual hired his/her own child and paid the child, it may not be considered a violation of the IRS code as long as the child is performing legitimate duties in the organization and is being paid according to the current market rates for the duties.
What legal steps must the Internal Revenue Service follow while placing a federal tax lien on an individual?
The IRS may have to stick to a collection process while placing a
on an individual. The IRS may first send a notification or bill of the collection process to the individual. The individual may be informed of his/her
rights during the entire process. The IRS may have to file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien. This notice is filed so that the IRS can be prioritized as a creditor incase the individual files for bankruptcy. The individual’s accounts may become delinquent if he/she does not respond to the first two notices. Once the account becomes delinquent, it will be passed onto an automated collection system. The individual will then be contacted by someone from this system to come up with a plan for payment. At any point of time, if the individual does not cooperate with the IRS, they can either seize or sell the individual’s property. The individual will be allowed to request for a hearing at the House of Appeals once the notice is filed.
What can an individual do if he/she is unable to pay when the IRS starts its collection process?
If an individual is unable to pay the IRS when it starts the collection process for taxes owed, the individual may request for an extension of time, may ask for an installment agreement, may request a delay in starting the collection process or may make an offer in compromise to the IRS.
Can an individual’s social security benefits be garnished by the Internal Revenue Service?
internal revenue service
may have the legal right to garnish an individual’s social security benefits for unpaid federal taxes. In most situations, the benefits will be garnished at the rate of 15% per month under the Automated Federal Payment Levy Program.
Can the IRS be forced by the tax court to collect unpaid taxes from individuals?
The IRS may not be forced by the tax court to collect unpaid taxes from individuals. The court may only give a judgment against the individual. It is up to the Internal Revenue Service to decide if it wants to pursue the individual for the payment or not.
The revenue service may perform many duties that may be difficult for people to understand. You must be aware of the
and processes of the revenue service so that you know what to do in case you have to work with them for payment of taxes. You can ask an Expert if you have any questions regarding the revenue service or need any more information.
Recent Revenue Service Questions
If a LLC has two partners. A is an US resident natural person. A is managing partner and
If a LLC has two partners.
A is an US resident natural person. A is managing partner and holds 5%.
B is a foreign trust owned by none US residents. B holds 95%.
The LLC does only have none US related business and only a mail box in the US to receive mail. There is no principal place of business in the US.
Which IRS forms n ed to be filed for taxes?
I am cofounding a tech company based in California with a US based cofounder. The cofo
I am cofounding a tech company based in California with a US based cofounder. The cofounder is also the CEO of the company. He incorporated the company and prepared several legal documents via Clerky.com.
I was asked to file an 83b Election form to the IRS.
I recieevd 25000 shares of common stock in the company at a purchase price of $0.00001 per share.
I am Canadaian and currently residing in Canada. I plan to move to California this year to pursue a full time opportunity with Another company.
Do I need to file form 83b to avoid tax headaches down the road?
I am a J1 student from Serbia and I 'm having problems
Hi, I am a J1 student from Serbia and I 'm having problems with taxes that my employer deducted from my paychecks. I know that I am supposed to pay federal and state taxes and I should get them back in the end of the year in a tax return process. The thing is they weren't deducting state and federal income tax, they were deducting medicare and social security taxes which I can get back in 6 months to 2 years, which I am not obligated to pay. I don't want to wait that long to get those taxes back because of their mistake so I asked them to refund it on the next paycheck as my sponsor agency advised me to. They said they would do it, but the last paycheck came and I still didn't get the taxes back. I wanted to ask you what kind of legal protection can I get in claiming those taxes back? I 'm thinking to file a law suit against their whole company for this mistake and the whole treatment that I had for the time I worked there. I was very discriminated, being called bad words because of my national origin, losing my dignity every time I came to work, having worse treatment in the restaurant that I worked at than the American workers. Is there any legal protection that I can get considering I am not a citizen of the USA?
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