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Month: January 2022

The importance of intent in tax fraud

No one in Georgia wants to pay more in taxes than they are required. There are many ways to legitimately minimize personal income tax, including through deductions like claiming dependents and business expenses. However, the Internal Revenue Service will carefully...

Understanding your tax penalties

Owing money to the IRS is never easy. Depending on the size of the bill, change in address or other extenuating circumstances, tax penalties and interest can quickly add up. However, penalties do not always stack up the way one might expect, and there are even options...

What factors could lead to an audit by the IRS?

Even if you pay your taxes on time and do your due diligence in the provision of accurate and up-to-date information to the Internal Revenue Service, you could still receive notice of an audit. The IRS conducts audits in certain circumstances, particularly if there is...

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