Eva Rosenberg

What to do if an “IRS” collector contacts you

Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that the IRS is turning to private contractors to collect back taxes, but there is a protocol for those contractors that you should know before you respond to any IRS inquiries.

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Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the insurance credits and retirement factors that could be tricky for tax filing accuracy.
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the reasons why it’s probably smart to file an extension for your business and personal returns, plus reasons why you would want to change from a Sub S to a C Corp, or vice versa.
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that Sub S, LLCs and legal partnerships have to file a tax return or an extension by Monday, March 16, 2020, and whether an extension impacts chances of an audit.
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on an IRS program that includes a visit to businesses that have fallen behind on their payroll tax filing and payments, but if that happens, ask them to help you.
Eva Rosenberg joins Jim Blasingame to report that because of incidents of privacy crimes, the IRS may want to confirm that you haven’t been a victim before they send a check, so if you get a request, answer it.