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Tax Relief in Alabama

Alabama MapEvery year, there are more people in Alabama who are suffering from outstanding tax debts. Whether these problems were caused because of inability to pay, tax preparation mistakes, or failure to file tax returns, these people are now stuck with mounting debts and few ways to get themselves out of the situation. Fortunately, there are tax relief companies out there that can help them. Tax relief companies work with people who owe back taxes to the state and the IRS and help them make their situation more tenable. Sometimes these companies can reduce their overall debt, the monthly installment, or find some other form of personal tax relief in Alabama that can ease their burden.

There are many different methods that you and your tax relief company can take. Some people who are looking for personal tax relief in Alabama will try to work out a reasonable installment plan with the government. Though this option will not lower your total debt, it will show the government that you are cooperative and will stop them from putting into motion other collective actions against you. The government is also usually pretty flexible with installment plans if you seriously lack the income to pay back the taxes. You can choose to pay very small installments, which may accumulate interest, or you can agree to make bigger payments in hopes of paying it off sooner. Either way, you will be showing the government that you are cooperative, and they will try to work with you.

Some of those who are looking for personal tax relief in Alabama instead try the Offer in Compromise method. In this program, the taxpayer must show two things to the IRS. First they must demonstrate that they are completely incapable of paying their tax debt because it is too large, and they lack the income or wealth to ever pay it off completely. Second, they must show that they are cooperative, and they can show this by making a high initial payment as well as paying all their new taxes completely for the next five years.

This program is very attractive because it can potentially reduce your tax debt by a large amount. However, those looking for personal tax relief in Alabama should remember that although the IRS OIC program is a possibility, there is no OIC program in Alabama, so any state back taxes will need to be resolved using other available options.

 

Tax preparers discuss impact of new tax law on filing season

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - By now people have gotten their W-2s and income tax season is underway, but some tax preparers say it's off to a slow start. This is the first filing season impacted by the 201...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 20:56:00 GMT



Alabama newspaper editor calls for return of the KKK to "˜clean out DC'

A small town newspaper in Alabama published an editorial last week that called for the return of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) to block tax increases in the state. The editorial was published on ...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 17:42:00 GMT



Alabama newspaper editor calls for the Ku Klux Klan to 'clean out D.C.'

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -The editor of a small-town Alabama newspaper published an editorial calling for "the Ku Klux Klan to night ride again" against "Democrats in the Republican Party and Democrats [who] ...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 17:30:00 GMT



Severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday happening this weekend

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -Alabama's eighth severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday begins on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, and ends at midnight, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, allowing Alabama shoppers to stock u...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 08:12:00 GMT



Alabama's online sales tax brought in additional $12 million during holidays

An increase in online sales tax collections paid off for Alabama during the busy holiday shopping period. Remote retailers brought in $12 million more in new tax revenue to the state during the 2018 h...

Published:  Wed, 13 Feb 2019 05:56:00 GMT



Sales tax holiday caps Severe Weather Awareness Week this weekend

The National Weather Service and Alabama Emergency Management Agency set aside each ... along with explainers about receiving weather alerts on Friday. A tax holiday on weather preparedness supplies i...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 15:52:00 GMT



"˜Get the hemp ropes': Alabama newspaper publisher calls for Ku Klux Klan to "˜clean out' DC

The publisher also railed against Democrats in the editorial, saying "Democrats in the Republican Party and Democrats are plotting to raise taxes in Alabama"¦.this socialist-communist ideology sounds g...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 17:30:00 GMT



Alabama Voices: Politics and the economics of the carbon tax

A carbon tax involves some good economics and is probably the best way to address global warming. And yet I think that adopting the tax represents bad policy. My reservations involve the politics of p...

Published:  Thu, 14 Feb 2019 08:34:00 GMT



Looking at Alabama's Historic Tax Credit program after first year of relaunch

A revamped Alabama Historic Tax Credit program helped numerous projects across the state get started in 2018. Last year was the first full year for the program since it was re-established in 2017. A p...

Published:  Mon, 11 Feb 2019 07:29:00 GMT



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