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Tax Relief in Idaho

Idaho MapIdaho residents rank 47th in the nation with respect to the average amount of federal taxes owed in a year: $7975, which is well below the national average of $11,715. However, Idahoans pay slightly more than neighboring states when it comes to the 7.4% state income tax rate.

Idaho ranks 11th in the nation when considering the states with the lowest property taxes collected, with an amount of approximately $867 per individual.

The median income rate for Idaho residents is $51,767, which represents a decline of more than 6% in recent years. Because of sharply rising health care expenses, unexpected job losses, and other financial downturns, Idahoans can find that decline in income leads to delinquent tax payments. This is understandable, given the number of families who find themselves living paycheck to paycheck, often struggling to put food on the table, pay the rent or the mortgage, keep the utilities turned on, and pay for the gasoline necessary to get to work.

Naturally, for anyone struggling in this way, setting aside money on a regular basis and keeping it in reserve for Uncle Sam's April 15th tax bill - or the state's - is not seen as a priority when more pressing needs need to be met. For that reason, many people in Idaho find themselves delinquent in paying taxes, and they are uncertain as to what they can do to avoid further trouble while still caring for their families.

Tax relief is one way that Idaho residents can address their mounting tax concerns. Tax relief providers assess their clients? outstanding tax liabilities and in some cases can even reduce the total amount of taxes owed. Experts in tax relief have numerous options available for their Idahoan clients, including audit representation and reconsideration, tax lien and levy investigation, and negotiating penalty abatement.


Blackfoot woman sentenced for tax fraud

A Blackfoot woman was one of two Idaho women to recently plead guilty to tax fraud. Nancy Jensen, of Blackfoot, and Mandie Stacy, of Nampa, were each sentenced to jail time after pleading guilty in th...

Published:  Mon, 09 Jul 2018 20:53:00 GMT

Idaho's new online sales tax law now in effect

A recent Supreme Court ruling doesn't appear to invalidate Idaho's new law regarding online retailers and sales taxes, but the issue likely will be discussed during the next legislative session. The I...

Published:  Sat, 07 Jul 2018 00:32:00 GMT

As tax-filing deadline nears, be cautious of this email ID

12 Jul 2018: As tax-filing deadline nears, be cautious of this email ID The time for filing tax returns is here, and with it has come new ways for frauds to dupe people. Currently doing the rounds is ...

Published:  Sat, 14 Jul 2018 04:15:00 GMT

Does a General Partnership Need a Tax ID

A general partnership is a valid business structure recognized under the Internal Revenue Code and this type of business will generally need a federal tax ID number. Having a tax ID for your business ...

Published:  Wed, 11 Jul 2018 23:16:00 GMT

Reminder - July 13 Paycheck Includes New Idaho Tax Withholding Rates

Recent tax laws mean significant changes to your withholding and the taxes you owe when you file your 2018 income tax return. The State Tax Commission recommends that all employees review and update t...

Published:  Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:58:00 GMT

Supreme Court ruling on internet sales taxes likely to hit home in Idaho; link to my full Sun. column

When the U.S. Supreme Court issued its landmark ruling last week in the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, it opened the door to states requiring internet sellers to collect and remit state sales taxes ...

Published:  Sun, 01 Jul 2018 20:58:00 GMT

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