Dealing with the IRS can be much easier with an understanding of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights and assistance from the Taxpayer Advocates Service.

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Understanding the difference between “innocent” and “injured” spouse relief under the IRS Code could save you a significant amount of money.

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Here is your guide to joint and several tax liability for married couples and innocent spouse relief from federal income tax liability.

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Filing for injured spouse relief with the Internal Revenue Service can spare one spouse from the pre-marriage tax debt of the other.

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If you need to buy the time to address your federal income tax liability, "Currently Non-collectible" status may be worth considering.

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Taxpayers have two options to consider for how best to settle tax debt with the IRS or state taxing authorities.

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Taxpayers have options to settle federal and state tax debt with offer in compromise programs.

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Installment agreements can help taxpayers resolve outstanding federal and state tax debts. 

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If your residential property tax bill is too high, you can follow these steps to try and have them lowered.

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What commercial and industrial property owners need to know about Michigan's property tax appeal process.

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