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Tax Relief in Arkansas

Arkansas MapWith the deadline to file income taxes coming up, many people are getting a harsh reminder that they do not have much income or savings, and some of them may even owe taxes to the government. For a small segment of the population, the amount of taxes they owe the government is so large that it becomes a serious problem. When the government doesnít get paid the back taxes that they are owed, they may start garnishing wages, putting a tax lien on the personís property, and eventually even selling the property to pay off the debt.

Many people are currently struggling under this problem and are looking for personal tax relief in Arkansas. In some situations, the amount owed is not reasonable because of the personís low income and savings, and they need help working out an agreement with the government to get the problem resolved. Fortunately, there are tax relief companies that can help with this very problem. Tax relief companies can work with individual debtors and the government and help both parties come to an agreement or settlement. This can sometimes reduce the amount of money that is owed.

One program that you should consider if you are being crushed by tax debt is the Offer in Compromise program. This program is an option for people looking for personal tax relief in Arkansas because both the federal and state governments have official OIC programs.

Under this program, the taxpayer will have to show the authorities that they are suffering significant financial hardship and lack the ability to pay off this type of debt. Because the debt it so large, it is actually inhibiting their ability to make payments at all, and they need help. If the taxpayer can show this, and also show that there was a reasonable cause for this accumulation of tax debt, the government may offer them a settlement through the OIC program. This settlement could be a large reduction in the total debt owed.

For the tax authorities to consider someone for this program, the person must be very cooperative with them. Filing returns late or not at all or missing tax payments will significantly hurt a personís chances of being considered for this program. If someone is looking for personal tax relief in Arkansas, itís important that they get in touch with a tax relief company as soon as they can. This company has experience with Offer in Compromise agreements and might identify this, along with other options, to get you back on your feet.


Huckabee used to promote re-election of tax cheat Mickey Gates

A reader reports that re-election billboards for felony-charged tax deadbeat Mickey Gates, the Republican state representative from Hot Springs, feature an endorsement by Mike Huckabee. Huckabee, who ...

Published:  Sat, 22 Sep 2018 05:51:00 GMT

Governor misses debate; foes differ on tax, health plan

"There is never enough tax money for this. There is never enough tax money for that," he said. Henderson said he favors Arkansas' version of Medicaid expansion that provides health insurance to about ...

Published:  Tue, 11 Sep 2018 01:30:00 GMT

Arkansas-side Board of Directors will meet about tax collection

Tax collection is in the spotlight for Monday's meeting of the Texarkana, Ark., Board of Directors. The board will vote on an ordinance establishing a collection process for delinquent hotel and resta...

Published:  Sat, 15 Sep 2018 18:55:00 GMT

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With year-end approaching, and millions of Americans getting their finances in order for their tax obligations to Uncle Sam in 2018, financial fraudsters are lying in wait, hoping for an opportunity t...

Published:  Sun, 23 Sep 2018 08:07:00 GMT

Arkansas governor's nephew pleads not guilty to charges

(AP) - A former Arkansas lawmaker whose uncle is the ... with eight counts of wire fraud and four counts of filing false tax returns. His case was assigned to U.S. District Judge Kristine ...

Published:  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 11:56:00 GMT

Argentina's export tax has the potential to offset Yamana Gold operations

The tax is capped at AR$ 4 per U.S. dollar for bullions and unrefined gold, and at AR$ 3 per U.S. dollar for unrefined silver and zinc, copper and precious metal ores and their concentrates. This acti...

Published:  Wed, 12 Sep 2018 11:58:00 GMT

Tax cut for thee

Will your taxes be going up or down in the future That is the question Arkansas' Tax Reform and Relief Task Force has been working on for more than a year. On Aug. 22, the task force approved its fin...

Published:  Wed, 12 Sep 2018 23:54:00 GMT

Co. Still Liable If Worker Lies That Taxes Paid: 8th Circ.

Deaton Oil Co. argued in its appeal of an Arkansas district court decision that it should recover the penalties and interest it owed from over $250,000 in delinquent employment taxes from 2010 to 2012 ...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 16:17:00 GMT

Tom Yamachika: Just Call It A Tax Already!

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Published:  Sun, 23 Sep 2018 03:12:00 GMT

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