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June 2013 Archives

Tax debt can only be collected for 10 years, experts say

A little-known loophole in American tax law means the Internal Revenue Service only has 10 years, give or take, to collect a taxpayer's outstanding debt. While this is by no means a good reason for Nevada residents to ignore tax debt, it does provide interesting background about how tax law affects individuals. It can be very valuable to understand how these tax laws operate when dealing with an audit or other IRS interaction.

Tax debt notices not always what they seem, experts say

Receiving notice from the IRS about outstanding payments can be a harrowing experience. But it's not always what it appears to be, according to some experts who have noticed a trend in fraudulent tax debt notifications in Nevada and elsewhere in the nation. In some cases these non-IRS notices can be the result of a case of genuine mistaken identity, but quite often, they are the work of frauds.

New bill will require federal employees to pay back tax debt

A bipartisan bill introduced on May 23 is slated to address what some are calling a glaring omission in the current national tax structure. The bill, touted by its supporters as "common sense," would require federal employees in Nevada and elsewhere to be current on their tax payments or run the risk of termination. Additionally, it would prohibit the government from hiring anyone with outstanding tax debt.

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