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What Happens If You Don’t File Your Taxes?

The April 18th tax deadline passed, and you did not file your tax return. Now what? First, don’t panic. Not everyone needs to file a tax return. Typically, if you earn less than the standard deduction associated with your filing status, you do not need to file a return. On the other hand, if you did not file a tax return even though you were required to, you might have an issue. Here’s what happens if you don’t file your taxes. 

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3 Things to Watch Out for After the Tax Deadline

Owing taxes is more expensive than ever before. Filing an accurate return on time is the best way to avoid penalties, interest, and IRS collections. CEO David King and Lead Tax Attorney Philip Hwang list three things to watch out for after the tax deadline.

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How to Report Foreign Income

The United States is currently one of the only countries in the world that taxes based on citizenship, and not residency. However, there are some exclusions and foreign tax credits that can reduce your tax liability. Needless to say, reporting foreign income can be tricky. Here’s an overview of how to report foreign income at tax time. 

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Top Risks of Owing the IRS

If you have an unpaid tax bill, you know the stress that comes with owing the IRS. The IRS is a powerful agency with the ability to collect what is owed to them using severe methods, like garnishing your wages or levying your bank accounts. With a 10-year statute of limitations, the agency has plenty of time to forcefully collect tax debts. Here are some of the top risks of owing the IRS.  

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