Tax Law

Help with Tax Debt in Indiana: Is a Payment Plan Right for You?

Help with Tax Debt in Indiana: Is a Payment Plan Right for You?

Tax debt is a serious issue with substantial potential impacts on your life and financial status. When you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR), the weight of the possible consequences can be too much to bear alone. If you need help with tax debt […]

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What You Need to Know about IRS Lien Subordination

What You Need to Know about IRS Lien Subordination

If you have an IRS tax debt that you haven’t paid, the government can place a tax lien on your property. A tax lien is a formal legal claim against your property to recover taxes, and it gives the government a legal right to your property if you don’t pay […]

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Tax Considerations of PPP Forgiveness in Indiana

Tax Considerations of PPP Forgiveness in Indiana

When the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States in the early months of 2020, many small businesses ground to a halt as customers stayed home and did not dine out or shop the way that they previously had. Small businesses lost much of their income, but they still had expenses—such […]

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Indianapolis Back Tax Attorney Insights

Indianapolis Back Tax Attorney Insights

Filing income tax returns is a daunting task. After waiting a month for all your W-2 and 1099 Income Statements to arrive, you have to find the time to gather all your tax deduction and tax credit documentation. It can take hours, days, even weeks to then take all that […]

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The Difference between a CPA and a Tax Attorney—And Why It Matters

The Difference between a CPA and a Tax Attorney—And Why It Matters

Tax professionals help individuals and businesses navigate complex federal and state laws. To get the help you need, you must understand which type of tax professional your situation calls for. Do you need a certified public accountant (CPA) or a tax attorney? The answer requires understanding the difference between a […]

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How to Prepare for an Audit (or Avoid One in the First Place)

How to Prepare for an Audit (or Avoid One in the First Place)

Taxes may be one of life’s unpleasant certainties, but there are ways to minimize or eliminate potential frustrations and unnecessary expenses. Preparation is key to filing a tax return that maximizes credits and deductions without triggering red flags for IRS audits. In this blog, an Indiana tax attorney answers some […]

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How the Child Tax Credit Impacts Indiana Taxpayers

How the Child Tax Credit Impacts Indiana Taxpayers

The child tax credit (CTC) is a federal tax credit that was created in 1997 by the Taxpayer Relief Act. The credit has been modified in various ways over the decades since its debut, but changes made in 2021 by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) are the first to […]

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