Bank levies are legal orders to banks/financial Institutions to remit any funds in the accounts to the IRS/State tax agency that issued the levy. How did my accounts get levied? Tax agencies use a taxpayers ITIN (usually a Social Security Number or Employer Identification Number of a business) to go after accounts opened with that […]
Can filing for Bankruptcy wipe out my tax debt? Filing for Bankruptcy can be an excellent tool to address tax debts as well as other debts but it is very important to talk to a local Bankruptcy Attorney before making any final decisions. Laws vary by State and Bankruptcy District As Bankruptcy courts are Federal […]
Tax Attorneys can handle many areas of Tax Law. Some things Tax Attorneys can do are Tax Preparation, usually for more complicated trust , corporate or personal returns; Defend Taxpayers against IRS and State Audits; Defend Taxpayers against IRS, State and other government collection actions to seize or force Taxpayers to pay; Represent clients in […]
During uncertain times, like what we have experienced so far in 2020, it is important to preserve your financial future. Let’s take a look at five things that you can do to help secure your future financial situation, and guard against uncertainty and unpredictability.
At Guardian Tax Law, we work with multiple professionals around the United States that help their clients with tax strategies, planning, and preparation. CPAs, realtors, financial advisors, and other attorneys often refer their clients to us for help with tax debt resolution and we often refer to them to help clients stay out of tax trouble in the future.
A local charity, 100 Guys Who Give Tucson, will be doing their next “Big Give” on February 10th, 2021 at 6:00pm! The Big Give aims to gather 100 donors, contributing $100 each, to donate to a different local charity in the Tucson community each quarter with the goal of raising $10,000 in a single day. Hubert Johnson, owner and managing attorney at Guardian Tax Law, is honored to be a
In March, at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, the IRS decided to postpone the tax-filing deadline from April 15 to July 15. This postponement came at a critical time, allowing taxpayers to take an extra three months to file their returns, and come up with any money that may have been owed for 2019. The […]
In an effort to enforce tax law and increase tax compliance, the IRS will be visiting more taxpayers who haven’t filed their past tax year. They are also researching new compliance methods, looking into tax data, and increasing collection efforts from taxpayers who are out of compliance or in collections.