Aug 13, 2021
Today, Ben and I cover one of the most feared three letter words amongst American citizens: the IRS. It is important to remember that we have remedies and rights when dealing with the IRS, and numerous people get in trouble merely because they don’t understand some of the rules and processes. We want to make sure you don’t find yourself in this situation! Tune in today to hear about how you can exercise your rights and handle your taxes in a way that is painless, legal, and will save you unnecessary stress.
-IRS - one of the most dreaded three letter words
-As US citizens we have remedies and rights when dealing with them - IRS taxpayer Bill of Rights
-You could think you’re doing everything right on your taxes and miss a rule you weren’t aware of
-Many people get in trouble merely because they don’t understand the process
-Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to the IRS
-It is important to get people educated and informed
-You should never deal with them directly on any major matter. Tax law regulation and rule has nothing to do with common sense, so it is not a good idea to try and use basic rationality to communicate with them on your own.
-The IRS is limited to what they can do, and it is important to keep them limited (no in-home audits)
-It is important for businesses to have restricted areas for employees/customers only
-the IRS is trained on how to read/listen to people, and must decide whether they are trustworthy
-the IRS needs more employees because many of the current ones are not auditors—they do the daily entries
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