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The IRS offers options for dealing with tax debt

In just a few weeks, the deadline for federal tax returns will arrive. With the new changes in tax laws, it may be difficult for many in Massachusetts to know what to expect when they get to the final calculation. Many who typically receive refunds may end up owing the IRS, and others who typically owe may be shocked if their bill is much higher than usual. This may cause even more anxiety if the taxpayer does not have the means to pay what is owed.

Who does the IRS consider a dependent?

Many Massachusetts residents may ask this question every year. With the tax changes now in effect this tax season, the answer may prove even more important. Like many questions posed to the IRS, the answer varies depending on the circumstances. There is more than one definition involved.

Those owing the IRS shouldn't book their vacations just yet

Spring is nearly here, and summer will be nipping at its heels. During this time, many Massachusetts residents begin planning vacations outside the country -- often to warmer climates. For those who owe the IRS back taxes, it may be better to hold off on making those plans since the agency could prevent them from obtaining or using their passports.

The IRS wants to set the record straight for taxpayers

During tax season, Massachusetts residents often hear rumors regarding how to save money on taxes, whether they will end up paying more for one reason or another, and more. Now, with the changes in the tax laws and the questions regarding the government shutdown, people have even more questions and need direct answers instead of rumors. Even though the shutdown ended, at least temporarily, people may still wonder whether IRS operations will proceed as normal.

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