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Tax Relief in Wisconsin

Wisconsin MapWhen coupled with the fact that the median household income in Wisconsin has decreased from $56,824 (2007) to $51,547 which is a decrease of $5,357 (9.43 percent), tax penalties and tax debt are becoming more common among many residents of Wisconsin. For those that have outstanding local, state or federal taxes one option to help resolve the problem is to put an expert in their corner.

A number of tax debt relief specialists work with Wisconsin residents and are equipped to provide a number of options to assist. A firm that specializes in providing tax relief to its clients will use a variety of strategies to pull them out of tax debt.

These strategies may include steps such as:

  • Availing the offer of a compromise with IRS
  • Claim candidacy for penalty abatement due to a valid reason
  • Removal of wage garnishment to aid in payment of the debt
  • Declare the client “currently not collectible”
  • Filing the delinquent tax returns at the earliest time possible
  • Work on preventing the IRS from issuing a bank levy
  • Filing an appeal on behalf of the client
  • Opt for innocent spouse relief
  • Using the statute of limitations to the client’s advantage
  • Drafting an agreement optimized for that particular client and their needs

A good tax relief firm will only hire professional tax consultants. These experts will help you in avoiding the penalties issued by the IRS. The penalties may range from:

  • A fee for filing late which amounts to $50 to
  • An interest for delinquency which means 1.5 percent (18 percent per year) will be added to the amount already due and
  • A negligence penalty for failure to file on time which is 5 percent per month.

Asking for help sooner rather than later, on delinquent taxes, will reduce penalties and interest from accruing, and reduce stress.


Wheel taxes have popped up around Wisconsin since 2011, resulting in a seven-fold increase

Wheel taxes have popped up around Wisconsin since 2011, resulting in a seven-fold increase More than 20 communities around Wisconsin have adopted wheel taxes in recent years, resulting in a seven-fold increase since 2011, a new report says. Check out this ...

Published:  Wed, 23 May 2018 05:31:00 GMT

More Wisconsin communities turning to wheel taxes

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - More Wisconsin communities are imposing local vehicle registration fees known as wheel taxes to help fund road work, according to a report from a nonpartisan research organization. The Wisconsin Policy Forum's report Tuesday found ...

Published:  Wed, 23 May 2018 09:01:00 GMT

Report: Wisconsin local governments turn to wheel taxes in lieu of state road funding

Local governments, including Dane County, increasingly resorted to imposing wheel taxes since 2011 to fund local roads as the buying power of state funding declined, a new report found. The report was released Tuesday by the nonpartisan Wisconsin Policy Forum.

Published:  Tue, 22 May 2018 11:01:00 GMT

Wisconsin Department of Revenue: 324K child sales tax rebate claims filed in first week

MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) announced on Thursday, May 24 that 324,000 Wisconsin child sales tax rebate claims were filed in just the first week. Officials are reminding eligible claimants to file for their $100 per child sales ...

Published:  Thu, 24 May 2018 08:34:00 GMT

Over 300,000 child sales tax rebates already claimed in Wisconsin

WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- There are still over five weeks left to file your $100 per child sales tax rebate, but over 300,000 claims have already been filed. Claims must be sent in by July 2. The Wisconsin Department of Revenue estimates that 1.22 million ...

Published:  Thu, 24 May 2018 08:46:00 GMT

Governor Walker Announces Launch of $100-Per-Child Tax Rebate Application for Wisconsin Families

MADISON - Governor Scott Walker is joining Wisconsin families today at Mills Fleet Farm in Green Bay and Shopko in Sussex to announce the launch of, the website where eligible Wisconsinites can claim their $100-Per-Child Tax Rebate.

Published:  Tue, 15 May 2018 10:20:00 GMT

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