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November 2012 Archives

Options exist for Las Vegas residents with overwhelming tax debt

For many residents of Las Vegas, tax debt can be a very real problem. While most people won't find themselves facing millions of dollars in back taxes, some celebrities have faced this very issue and not all have had a positive resolution. The Hollywood actor, Nicholas Cage, is facing serious tax debt but appears to finally be getting a handle on it.

Tax liens: Homeowners file lawsuit over Sherman Act

A class action lawsuit over tax liens has escalated in recent weeks, now including ten homeowners who have joined together in a federal lawsuit. The details of this suit may be a source of concern for residents of Nevada and elsewhere because they involve the rigging of bids for tax liens that were auctioned off by municipalities. Though the alleged crimes were committed in another state, homeowners from all areas should be aware of the illegal practices that the suit is claiming.

Nevada back taxes: Tax debt notices can come years later

No matter how meticulous Nevada residents may be about their taxes, sometimes errors can happen that result in a shocking tax bill. One man is experiencing that after receiving a notice from the state about back taxes from almost 20 years ago. The man denies owing any money and said if they were to try to get the money from his accounts now, it is possible he could be financially wiped out.

Nevada tax liens can come back to haunt consumers

Tax liens and other troubles can come back to haunt Nevada residents. Whether it's for employment prospects or other positions that may require background or public records checks, tax problems can be a source of stress for people who have to endure them. A Senate candidate in another state is experiencing this firsthand after records were uncovered showing several thousand dollars in tax liens.

Nevada may be affected by stepped up IRS oversight

The IRS has taken steps to decrease the number of refundable tax credits issued in error. This change could affect some Nevada residents who may have mistakenly received extra money. An audit concerning the problem showed that approximately $2.3 billion in refundable credits was erroneously issued by the IRS in the years from 2006 to 2009.

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