Tax Law

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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Why You Need a COVID Relief Tax Lawyer

Why You Need a COVID Relief Tax Lawyer

As the pandemic brought much of the world to a halt, it also created an entirely new legal practice area. Congress has passed several laws providing COVID relief to individuals, families, and businesses hurt by the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic. Some of the relief is realized only on […]

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An Overview of the Offer in Compromise Appeal Process

An Overview of the Offer in Compromise Appeal Process

Paying taxes to the State of Indiana or to the federal government is generally unavoidable, and owing a large amount of taxes or back taxes can be particularly difficult to overcome. Fortunately, there are options to reduce that amount, one of them being an offer in compromise (OIC). Taxpayers may […]

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Tax Consequences in an Indiana Divorce

Tax Consequences in an Indiana Divorce

Thinking of all possible matters that must be addressed while going through a divorce is nearly if not completely impossible. Fortunately, you don’t have to think of everything. The family and tax attorneys at Camden & Meridew, P.C. can help assess your situation and work to plan for tax consequences […]

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Do You Qualify For A First Time Abatement Waiver?

Do You Qualify For A First Time Abatement Waiver?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is notorious for assessing fines and penalties against taxpayers who don’t follow their rules. You may be surprised to learn that the Tax Code also provides penalty relief under certain circumstances. If you have been penalized by the IRS, you may qualify for a first […]

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CNC Tax: What Does Currently Not Collectible Mean?

CNC Tax: What Does Currently Not Collectible Mean?

Worrying about how to make ends meet is difficult, but the added pressure of having to pay taxes when funds are short can be overwhelming. If you are unemployed, have suffered a financial hardship, or for any other reason cannot afford to pay your taxes, you might be eligible for […]

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