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Are IRS audits one-size-fits-all?

There are three main types of IRS audits: correspondence audits, office audits, and field audits (listed in order of increasing invasiveness). Correspondence audits are initiated (and generally conducted) by postal mail. 630 more words

Personal Taxes

I survived doing our own taxes (I think)

Over the last few weeks, I did the one thing I was sure I’d never do after leaving the Post: prepare my own taxes instead of paying a tax professional to do the work. 462 more words


Spring Cleaning Tips for Tax Paperwork

It is spring cleaning time, and that includes your tax paperwork. Here are some recordkeeping guidelines that will help you keep important papers and minimize clutter. 342 more words

Personal Taxes

Melissa Harris-Perry And Husband Delinquent Taxes Owe $70,000?

Don’t mess with the IRS, Melissa Harris-Perry and her husband are going through that now, according to the Winston Salem Journal, the MSNBC personality owe $70,000 in delinquent taxes.   72 more words

Entertainment News

Officially 501(c)(3)!

Abundance Acres is pleased to announce that we are officially 501(c)(3) recognized by the IRS. We are also considered retroactively so, which means that any donation to the organization in the past may be considered tax deductible. 58 more words


Do IRS Wage Garnishments Affect Your Credit Score?

More than ever, taxpayers are having their wages garnished by the IRS due to unpaid debts. IRS wage garnishments can happen for a number of reasons. 90 more words



Between my sophomore and junior year in college – 1967 – I bought a fancy new red Toyota.  The dealer threw in four 8-track tapes, Lou Rawls, the Association, a various artist compilation (bootleg), and the Beatles REVOLVER. 373 more words

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