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IRS deadlines change once again

In recent weeks, life has changed across the country. It is hard to find any one unaffected by recent events, including here in Massachusetts. Trying to keep up with the changes may seem like an uphill battle. For instance, IRS deadlines that most taxpayers used to rely on have changed dramatically recently.

News stories are confusing. Don't miss important IRS deadlines

With everything that is going on across the country right now, the federal government is making certain concessions to help the public. One of them has to do with the IRS and income taxes. The news reports may not have been clear enough, and as a result, taxpayers here in Massachusetts and elsewhere could end up in trouble with the IRS.

Tax situations that could lead to tax audits

Like people across the country, the last thing most Massachusetts residents want to do is end up on the radar of the IRS. Of course, the agency does not necessarily have to have a reason to begin an audit, but taxpayers certainly do not want to give it one. Unfortunately, some situations could lead to tax audits if filers are not careful.

The IRS may start knocking on doors

Millions of Americans, including most Boston residents, diligently file their tax returns every year whether they will have to pay or will receive a refund. Then there are taxpayers who fail to timely file their returns and do not pay their taxes. For this reason, the IRS may begin doing something it warns people it never does -- show up at people's doors.

Three situations that warrant hiring a tax attorney

Taxes are a constant in life. We pay taxes when we buy goods, when we travel, and we even pull a portion directly from our income to pay the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Many of these interactions are fairly mindless, but others can become complicated. When the complications get expensive, it is often a good idea to hire legal counsel experienced in the niche area of tax law.

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