Sam Brotman June 24, 2020 79 min read

The Complete Guide to International Tax Compliance

Under the law, U.S. citizens, resident aliens and certain nonresident aliens are required to report worldwide income from all ...

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Sam Brotman July 8, 2020 11 min read

Strategies for the IRS Automated Collection System

Automated Collection Systems
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Sam Brotman March 8, 2017 10 min read

Can a Currently Non-Collectible Status Stop the FTB?

Sometimes your financial fortunes take a turn for the worse, and you find yourself owing ...
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Sam Brotman November 2, 2016 10 min read

What Is Innocent Spouse Relief?

Filing a joint tax return can create an unintended burden since both parties are liable ...
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Sam Brotman July 20, 2016 11 min read

What is the IRS Statute of Limitations for an Audit?

IRS audits operate under a statute of limitations, meaning the IRS is barred from ...
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Brotman Law April 13, 2016 12 min read

Installment Agreements and the IRS: Settling Your Debt

In an ideal world, everyone would be able to pay their taxes in full and on time, but ...
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Brotman Law March 16, 2016 11 min read

Income Withholding Order: How to Process an EWOT

Being served with an income withholding order can be a disconcerting experience as an ...
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Brotman Law February 10, 2016 14 min read

FAST Act Give IRS Power to Revoke Passports for Tax Debt over $50K

The recent passage of the FAST Act has some people worried about their ability to travel ...
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Sam Brotman January 17, 2014 4 min read

How to Get Free Taxpayer Assistance

It is my firmly held belief that everyone should have access to good, top quality legal ...
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Sam Brotman December 17, 2013 5 min read

What is the Taxpayer Advocate?

The Taxpayer Advocate helps taxpayers resolve problems with the IRS. The Taxpayer ...
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Sam Brotman December 17, 2013 3 min read

IRS Taxpayer Advocate - What it Does

The IRS Taxpayer Advocate helps taxpayers resolve problems with the IRS. The Taxpayer ...
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