St. Louis Tax Law Blog

Tax Resolution

Tax Resolution – The Facts

For most people, the IRS is only a concern during tax season. However, if you have underpaid your taxes or made a calculation error, you may be hearing from the IRS or your state or local revenue agency at another time. This can be a stressful experience, especially if you don’t currently have the money…

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How Should You Handle Back Taxes?

What you will learn: If you owe the IRS back taxes, address the problem quickly, including submitting tax returns on time. There are many options you can use to get your taxes back in order. When necessary, a tax attorney such as The Law Office of Lance R. Drury can assist you in navigating the…

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Tax Credits Implemented to Help Reduce Carbon Footprint

The carbon oxide sequestration tax credit was created to incentivize business owners to reduce their carbon footprint, and learning about the credit will help you understand: The person who owns the carbon oxide capture equipment has the first right to the tax credit. If the owner of the carbon oxide capture equipment chooses, he or…

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Tax Season 2021, What You Should Consider

As you read about the changes that are happening this tax season, you’ll learn: You have extra time to get your taxes filed, and the standard deduction has been increased. Many of the deductions and credits you were previously familiar with have been tweaked in some way and often to your benefit. Issues such as…

IRS Blog

What is an IRS Revenue Officer?

 You were surprised to get a letter from the Internal Revenue Service. Even more surprising was that the IRS wanted to send out a revenue officer to talk to you.  It’s not common for people to deal with these officers directly, but they could if the IRS finds that they cannot collect debts from…

Tax Preparer

When is your tax preparer responsible for problems with your tax return?

Even people who don’t have particularly complicated tax returns often rely on professional tax preparers for all sorts of reasons. They want to ensure that they take advantage of all possible deductibles and credits, they can’t keep up with all of the changes to the tax laws, and/or they simply don’t have the time or…