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Tax Samaritan’s tax resources pages are the source for the information you need, from tax tips and relevant articles in our blog to tax tools, such as tracking your tax refund and to filing requirements. If you’re dealing with a new life event this year, like a new child, read on in this area to learn more about how this changes your tax situation.

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Las Vegas Tax Levy

Las Vegas Tax Levy

September 30, 2017 - Randall Brody

When it comes to collecting unpaid debts, the Internal Revenue Service is one of the most powerful organizations in the United States. In addition, the IRS usually begins trying to collect soon after they realize the debt is unpaid, so ignoring their billing notices won’t help. In many cases, the IRS’ aggressive collection activities lead … Continue reading Las Vegas Tax Levy

Las Vegas Tax Resolution

Las Vegas Tax Resolution

September 29, 2017 - Randall Brody

No one in Las Vegas plans or hopes to owe money to the Internal Revenue Service. However, sometimes your circumstances may make it impossible for you to pay what you owe. In such cases, you may find yourself owing a significant debt to the IRS. Unfortunately, the IRS has significant debt collection power, and they … Continue reading Las Vegas Tax Resolution

Las Vegas Tax Lien

Las Vegas Tax Lien

September 25, 2017 - Randall Brody

Whenever you owe a debt you can’t pay, the organization or individual you owe will always try to collect. However, when it comes to collecting debts, the Internal Revenue Service has more power than most other creditors. Shortly after you fail to pay your debt, the IRS can begin the collection process by filing a … Continue reading Las Vegas Tax Lien

Las Vegas Tax Problems

Las Vegas Tax Problems

September 14, 2017 - Randall Brody

Most people are required to pay taxes on the income they earn during the year. If you owe income tax, the Internal Revenue Service expects to receive payment in full by April 15th of the following year. Unfortunately, some people aren’t able to pay their tax bills on time. When this occurs, you may experience … Continue reading Las Vegas Tax Problems

Las Vegas Tax Relief

Las Vegas Tax Relief

September 12, 2017 - Randall Brody

If you owe money to the IRS, you are probably facing aggressive collection actions. Until the IRS receives the unpaid amount in full, they will continue to try to collect from you in any way they can. In order to stop the collections process, you need to seek Las Vegas tax relief as soon as … Continue reading Las Vegas Tax Relief

Las Vegas IRS Collections

Las Vegas IRS Collections

July 20, 2017 - Randall Brody

Las Vegas IRS Collections And Elsewhere Each year, the federal government requires individuals, couples and businesses in the United States to pay taxes if they earn more than a certain amount of money during the year. These taxes are usually due during the spring of the following year. However, in some cases, you may not … Continue reading Las Vegas IRS Collections

Form 1042-S

Guide To IRS Tax Form 1042-S

June 3, 2017 - Randall Brody

IRS Form 1042-S Companies and organizations use Form 1042-S to report income that they have paid to foreign workers. It is also used to report how much money was withheld for taxes. This form is similar to the W-2 that is provided to residents of the United States that are employed. The 1042-S form from … Continue reading Guide To IRS Tax Form 1042-S

Teaching Abroad

Teaching Abroad and US Taxes

May 14, 2017 - Randall Brody

US Tax Advice When Teaching Abroad Teaching abroad can be a very exciting and immersive experience to a new culture and is a tempting opportunity for a lot of U.S. teachers. As an American teacher working abroad, the rules for filing an income tax return are generally the same whether you are in the United … Continue reading Teaching Abroad and US Taxes

Expat English Teacher

Expat English Teacher – What Every Expat English Teacher Should Know About US Taxes

March 13, 2017 - Randall Brody

What You Need To Know As An Expat English Teacher When you choose to live and teach outside the United States, you are sure to have a lot of unique experiences that aren’t available to English teachers still living in the U.S. However, living abroad can also complicate certain issues, such as your U.S. income … Continue reading Expat English Teacher – What Every Expat English Teacher Should Know About US Taxes