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3 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Oregon on

Q: I did my sons taxes, he was audited I didn't handle it correctly, can it be fixed?

Filed on software on phone it told me he was head of household (not single) , claimed niece nephew, permission granted by sister, with whom he lived. first owed $2000ish now over$7000,threatening to take his possessions

Stanley H Block answered on Nov 16, 2017

If you disagree with the results of the audit you may be able to file an audit reconsideration.

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1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for California on

Q: When paying the IRS on back taxes, are the payments applied to the oldest or newest years first?

My husband and I have owed the last two years. To complicate matters, he had not filed his taxes for years before that. He finally filed everything and has been trying to get a payment plan with the IRS for almost a year now. I would like to just start paying on it but I want to make sure they... Read more »

Stanley H Block answered on Apr 5, 2017

Typically the IRS will apply your payment to the oldest years first. However, if you indicate on your payment, " please apply to tax year XXXX " they should apply the payment to the appropriate year There are more intricacies in the question you asked and I suggest you have a consultation with a... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for Texas on

Q: I owe the I R S a little over 32,000 in back taxes.

A lot is due to Penalty and Interest what would it take to clear this matter up.

Stanley H Block answered on Mar 29, 2017

It is my best suggestion to meet with a reputable tax resolution attorney, enrolled agent, or CPA, that offers a free consultation.

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law for New Jersey on

Q: I filed my taxes with a tax service and they left out my 1099g form and are saying I never gave it to them, now irs is

fining me and the tax service is blaming me and will not explain anything to me other than my fault I have to pay

Stanley H Block answered on Mar 17, 2017

When you sign a tax return above your signature reads the following: Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return and accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct, and accurately list all amounts and sources of... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for California on

Q: how much should i offer IRS offer in compromise

I owe the IRS $8994 2 adults 4 kids income dropped to $2300 my monthly expenses are more then income loans total of 18k we are having a very hard time we are getting a loan from a family member what is a reasonable amount to offer?

Stanley H Block answered on Mar 6, 2017

Friend, you may be a good candidate OIC or CNC status. If you are unable to afford an enrolled agent, CPA, or attorney to help with this there may be some free help in your area. Call California VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.) Also, many times the law school has a low-income tax clinic that... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for District of Columbia on

Q: I filed my taxes using TurboTax's free online service. Is there a way for me to "cancel" my filing and re-do them?

I feel that the amount I owe Washington D.C. is incorrect, and that I must have filed them incorrectly. I'd love to just "cancel" and start over.

Stanley H Block answered on Mar 2, 2017

This may be software specific, but I do not believe you can "cancel" your return. You may need to amend if your return has already been e-filed and processed. However, if for some reason your return gets reject you may be able to make changes and resubmit.

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