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Franchise Tax Board Innocent Spouse Relief

I’d like to talk about is California Innocent Spouse Claims. Innocent Spouse in California operates much on the same level that it does on the federal level is when you have a spouse who legitimately was unaware of the circumstances giving rise to a liability and it would be unfair to hold the spouse in […]

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The Tax Implications in Divorce

  Today we’re talking about divorce and taxes. Taxes usually come into play within a major life transition issue. Divorce is one of those issues. When two people are separating, there’s often some questions that come up. I want to talk a little bit about frequently asked questions. Then I want to talk about what […]

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Innocent Spouse Relief in the Context of Divorce

Now, innocent spouse relief is a term that gets thrown around fairly often. Innocent spouse relief within the way the IRS views it actually encompasses a few relief provisions. Number one, there is what’s considered standard innocent spouse relief. What that is, is that’s being forgiven on the entire liability. That is usually reserved in […]

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Innocent Spouse Relief & Actual Knowledge

Innocent Spouse Relief This is the most commonly known form of relief, which can absolves a taxpayer from liability if their spouse or former spouse either did not report income, made an error in the calculation of income, or misapplied any deductions or credits that they were not entitled to.[1] Innocent Spouse Relief relieves a […]

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Theory of IRS Innocent Spouse Relief

Because of certain benefits that filing jointly allows, many married taxpayers elect to file joint returns. However, filing a joint return carries the added burden of both parties being liable for the tax due. In addition, under the Internal Revenue Code, married taxpayers who file jointly are each liable for any additions to the tax, […]

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IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Rules

This article discusses the IRS innocent spouse relief rules. When couples file jointly, the law makes both parties responsible for the entire tax liability. Under tax law, this is called joint and several liability,[1] which is defined as two or more persons who share responsibility with respect to the same liability (i.e., event or act). […]

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IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Requirements

IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Requirements – What is Innocent Spouse Relief? You and your spouse are jointly responsible for paying federal tax due, interest accrued, and any applicable penalties under the IRS innocent spouse relief requirements. This is especially true if you and your spouse filed a joint return. However, if you believe that your […]

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IRS Innocent Spouse Relief

IRS Innocent Spouse Relief This is the most commonly known form of relief, which can absolves a taxpayer from liability if their spouse or former spouse either did not report income, made an error in the calculation of income, or misapplied any deductions or credits that they were not entitled to. Innocent Spouse Relief relieves a […]

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