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We have recently become aware of companies and/or organizations who are calling people using the generic name "Tax Relief Center" for their phone solicitation activities. TaxReliefCenter.org does not make these automated calls to consumers and it is our policy not to engage in this form of marketing.If you have received such a call, please let us know by emailing [email protected] so that we may report this unauthorized activity.
Additionally, the IRS does not use email, text messages or social media to discuss tax debts or refunds with taxpayers. The IRS initiates most contacts with taxpayers through regular mail delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. There are special circumstances when they may reach out via phone regarding overdue tax bills or delinquencies, but almost always only after they’ve already sent a letter first.
UPDATE: Recently we have learned of instances where consumers are also getting automated calls regarding “unpaid taxes”. Do not respond to these calls as the IRS will typically send letters or notices via U.S. mail. So, if any company or organization calls claiming you have unpaid taxes, DO NOT respond to these unsolicited calls.

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Calculating payroll taxes can be a difficult task for a small business owner. It means total wage expenses for the employer and net income for the employee, among others. You have to know what payroll taxes include to ensure you make the right calculations. State and federal payroll taxes, social security taxes, and health insurance taxes… Click to read more

2. 5 Mistakes To Avoid When Filing Taxes

There are mistakes you cannot afford when filing taxes. Whether you are doing it manually or through electronic filing taxes, these are important points you have to remember to avoid penalties. U.S. News details the whole report… Click to read more

3. Review: 401(k) Tax Calculator

Anyone who’s looking forward to saving for retirement will be needing a 401(k) tax calculator. Understanding the 401(k) tax plan may come a bit complicated, especially if it’s time to choose what tax plan to get or how much 401(k) contributions you should give. Luckily, there are now a lot of 401 tax calculators readily available on the internet for easy computation and understanding of this plan. Here’s what you need to know about these tax calculators… Click to read more

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4. How to Get Free Tax Help | Tax Relief Center

They say nothing is certain in life except death and taxes, and so long as you want to remain in good standing with the United States government, that’s certainly true. But learning how to get free tax help can be challenging… Click to read more

5. What Tax Forms Do You Need For FAFSA?

“What tax forms do you need for FAFSA?” you may ask. The government crucially looks into a lot of information about all applicants of FAFSA (or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid). And this includes asking for an applicant’s (or their parents’) tax income details. Because of this, proper compliance with certain tax declaration rules is an assurance of getting admitted to the program. Here is some information you need to know about the FAFSA tax return requirements… Click to read more

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