Category Archives: IRS Policy

Just a decade ago the concept of a “marijuana tax attorney” would be unthinkable. Today, with things changing so dramatically and rapidly many dispensary owners and cannabis professionals are wondering how to meet their tax obligation in good faith… without paying more than is necessary. The current tax landscape with pitfalls around every corner make […]

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The IRS is a powerful debt collector, to say the least. They have the entire mechanism of the government’s resources at their disposal, and they will utilize it to ensure that they are able to collect unpaid taxes. Although the IRS is incredibly aggressive, the system is inherently fair, because there are plenty of potential […]

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If you have foreign assets and/or accounts, you need to be aware of reporting requirements under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).

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Looking to take advantage of the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion? Learn more about how this exclusion can benefit those earning income abroad!

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Marriage and finances are absolutely intertwined, which can lead to some shocking revelations of tax liability when one partner is left in the dark. That’s why the IRS offers the “Innocent Spouse” program.

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Looking to take advantage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act? Learn about a new tax deduction that may benefit your business.

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Facing an audit can be scary as a small business owner, but the professionals at Abajian Law can help you thoroughly prepare your records.

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If you need tax relief, there is some good news: the IRS offers several tax relief program options to citizens who need a little help.

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A divorce inevitably introduces new tax issues and considerations for both parties. Make sure you know how your tax obligation changes post-divorce by consulting with a qualified tax attorney.

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If you’ve suffered sudden, unavoidable financial hardship, the IRS may be willing to work with you and offer tax relief. Find out what types of scenarios qualify for IRS penalty abatement.

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