What’s a Statutory Notice of Deficiency – Notice 3219? This IRS sends a Notice 3219 via Certified Mail to a taxpayer’s Last Known Address. The purpose of this letter is to inform you [...]
How can a self-employed individual fund his or her qualified sick leave equivalent and qualified paid family leave equivalent amounts before filing his or her Form 1040?
The self-employed individual may fund sick leave and family leave equivalents by taking into account the credit to which the individual is entitled and will claim on Form 1040, U.S. Individual [...]
There is nothing preventing you from doing so. But keep in mind that the revenue officer works for the government, not you, and had the government’s best interests in mind, not yours.
Even if you do not have the money to pay your taxes at the time the tax filing is due, always file your taxes on time.
Legally, your accountant and regular attorney may represent you in regards to your state or federal tax issues. In reality, this is usually not your best option. It’s a matter of specialty. [...]