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PART II - What You Need To Know About the IRS' First Time Tax Penalty Abatement Policy & Procedures

This is part two of a two-part article on the IRS’ first time tax penalty abatement. While this policy can provide a lot of relief for taxpayers, particularly those with six figures of tax debt, there are a lot of details involved. Instead of writing one long article, we decided to break this up into two. The first article detailed the IRS’ first time tax penalty policy, while this article will outline the procedures involved. That way, after reading the eligibility requirements outlined in the first article, you can decide if you need to go through the trouble.

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PART I - What You Need To Know About the IRS' First Time Tax Penalty Abatement Policy & Procedures

This is part one of a two-part article on the IRS’ first time tax penalty abatement. While this policy can provide a lot of relief for taxpayers, particularly those with six figures of tax debt, there are a lot of details involved. Instead of writing one long article, we decided to break this up into two. The first article will detail the IRS’ first time tax penalty policy, while the second article will outline the procedures involved. That way, after reading the eligibility requirements outlined in the first article, you can decide if you need to go through the trouble.

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5 Financial Benefits To A Collaborative Divorce

Divorce is difficult, and it can be very stressful. However, if you and your soon-to-be ex are parting on decent terms, collaborative divorce might be a way to facilitate the divorce process so you can move on. While collaborative divorce might not be the right answer in every situation, there are five financial benefits worth considering before going through the traditional process.

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Lessons Learned in Helping People Pay Off Six Figures of Tax Debt

A while ago, I wrote a case study article about my first big clients, who were overwhelmed in tax debt. They came to me because they had depleted their retirement savings and no one else would consider working with them. Although they’re much better off today, it was a bump road, and you can read more about how they paid off their $140,000 in IRS debt here.