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Keep tax records in case the IRS makes contact

Once Massachusetts residents file their tax returns, they may immediately put them out of their minds. Who can blame them? No one wants to pay taxes, and any dealing with the IRS can cause anxiety. While it is possible to move on and forget about taxes until the following year, records should still be kept -- just in case.

Who does the IRS expect to make estimated tax payments?

Paying taxes is something that nearly every Massachusetts resident must do. People who work as employees often have a certain amount of taxes taken out of their checks each pay period in order to help meet that obligation to the IRS and other applicable tax authorities. This often makes matters simple for them since they never see the money and do not have the responsibility of making sure those payments are made.

Federal tax liens and tax levies are different

Massachusetts residents who cannot afford to meet their obligations to the IRS could find themselves facing a variety of repercussions. Two of the possible consequences are federal tax liens and tax levies. Some people use the terms "lien" and "levy" interchangeably, but they are different.

Does the IRS expect teenagers to pay taxes?

Summer is approaching, and many teenagers living here in Boston or elsewhere may begin thinking about getting a job to earn some extra money. Entering the workforce can provide a sense of freedom and independence, but it can also require a wakeup call to the responsibilities that adults tend to assume without much thought. For instance, the IRS expects teenagers to pay taxes and possibly even to file an income tax return.

Prepare now for dealing with the IRS next year

Tax time has come to a close for this year, and most people want nothing to do with the subject until much later in the year or nearer tax time next year. While many Massachusetts residents can empathize with that sentiment, it may not be the best course of action for dealing with the IRS. In fact, there may be some steps to take now that could make tax time go more smoothly next year.

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