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Tax Problems with the IRS?

Jul
25
2019
Thu 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

TAX PROBLEMS WITH THE IRS? KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND FIND OUT THE SOLUTIONS BROWN BAG WORKSHOP Thursday, July 25, 2019 - 12:30 – 1:30 pm Maui Research & Technology Center 590 Lipoa Pkwy, Kihei, HI 96753 Do you, your business or somebody that you care about have problems with the IRS? Perhaps, you or your business have unfiled Returns, filed Tax Returns and could not pay the taxes due, got troubled with business Payroll Taxes, or received a letter from the IRS with some penalties and are not sure what to do? At this Workshop we will present the most common tax problems you might already have or will encounter with the IRS and present you with practical solutions. A lot of times businesses and individuals feel hopeless about their tax situation and don’t know what to do. When you owe money to the IRS you have many options, like applying for an Installment Agreement, request a penalty Abatement, or submit an Offer in Compromise, but how to know what is the best option for you? Don’t feel hopeless! Where there is a problem there is always a solution and by the end of the Workshop you will feel more confident in which direction to go in order solve your Tax Problems.

Speaker(s): Iara de Oliveira Line, (MA, EA)


Fee: No Cost

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Phone: 808-875-5990

Location

Maui Research & Technology Center
Training Room
590 Lipoa Parkway

 

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