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  1. Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

    Authored By: IRS This website explain who qualifies and how to file for the Earned Income Tax ... Credit, sometimes called EIC. The EIC is a refundable federal income tax credit for low to moderate income ... Income Tax Credit (EITC) ...
  2. Taxes: Injured Spouse Claims

    your spouse owe. If you need relief from a joint tax debt, contact the LowIncome Taxpayer Clinic or ... a tax professional about filing for Innocent Spouse Relief (IRS Form 8857). When you file a joint income ... federal loans, unpaid state income taxes and other federal debts.  Example: Mary Is married to Bob. Bob is ...
  3. Taxes: Innocent Spouse Claims

    responsible for all or part of the tax debt. When you get married and sign a joint income tax return, both you ... income tax return.  If you had very little or no income, you may not have a tax liability. If your spouse ... apply: During the year of the tax debt you filed a joint income tax return; AND, There was an ...
  4. Tax Return Preparers: What you need to know to get legitimate tax advice

    lacks proper documentation to support the income or deductions. They refuse to sign the tax return as ... cause big financial and legal problems for their clients by filing false income tax returns. Always be ... Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs will help you ...
     
  5. Understanding IRS Conflicts

    Authored By: Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida Types of IRS Conflicts IRS LIENS Federal Tax ... Liens are public records that indicate you owe the IRS various taxes. They are filed with the County ... automobile or a home. Federal Tax Liens can tie up your personal property and real estate. Once a Federal Tax ...
  6. IRS Collections

    file tax returns and pay what they owe in time. If a tax payer does not pay, the IRS sends the taxpayer ... What if I dispute the tax? If you dispute the tax, you can file an appeal. The IRS will tell you your ... Information on both of these processes is available on www.irs.gov.  I know I owe this tax, but I can't ...
  7. Give Your Paycheck a Boost- Claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)

    The EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT (EITC) is a special tax benefit for people who work full-or part-time. If ... you qualify, you’ll owe less in taxes and you may get cash back. Even if you don’t owe income tax, you ... EITC. What if I don't know how to claim the earned Income Tax Credit? If you are eligible for ...
  8. Have You Filed Your Tax Returns?

    required by law to file a tax return and you do not, the IRS is authorized to prepare a federal income tax ... required to file a federal income tax return and you intentionally do not, you could be charged with ... information. Am I required to file a tax return? You must file a federal income tax return if your gross income ...
  9. Information about Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers

    a filing requirement and file a valid federal income tax return to receive an ITIN, unless they meet an ... Security benefits or the Earned Income Tax Credit. Who needs an ITIN? IRS issues ITINs to foreign nationals ... a federal tax identification number or file a federal income tax return, you must apply for an ITIN.  If you ...
  10. What can I do if I cannot pay my taxes? FAQ and Information

    Authored By: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Legal Aid Service of Collier County If I can't pay my ... taxes, what should I do? If you cannot pay the taxes you owe, the IRS has payment options available. ... do NOT delay. Most options for paying off a tax debt work best if you are proactive. By taking action ...