IRS Tax Relief Videos and Webinars
The IRS produces some of the best videos and webinars regarding tax topics that you’ll find. Here are a select few that you may find useful and informative:
Payment Alternatives When You Owe the IRS (Dec. 11, 2013) – Learn about Installment Payment Agreements, Offers in Compromise and more.
Payment Alternatives – When You Owe the IRS (Sept. 12, 2012) – Learn about Installment Payment Agreements, temporary suspensions of IRS collection, Offers in Compromise, and more.
Audit – “Your Guide to an IRS Audit” takes the viewer through the steps of an audit, from notification to closing. The video series is composed of scenarios that demonstrate the stages of each type of audit; correspondence, office and field. The scenarios address issues that are common to audits of small businesses.
Lien Notice Withdrawal – Learn the benefits and correct procedures for having a notice of federal tax lien withdrawn. Covers the application process, necessary forms and tips on how to prepare and file them.
Selling or Refinancing when there is an IRS Lien – This is the complete video, which is also divided into 3 segments below for convenience. It explains the federal tax lien discharge and subordination process. It walks through the application forms, supporting documents needed, how to submit an application, and how the process works.
Segment 1: Applying to the IRS for a Lien Discharge or Subordination – The Segment 1 video for the federal tax lien discharge and subordination process introduces the topic and discusses what is covered, the application forms and publications needed, and goes through section 6 of the application forms themselves.
Segment 2: Describing Your Discharge or Subordination – The Segment 2 video for the federal tax lien discharge and subordination process goes in depth through section 7 on how to tell the IRS what type or basis the application falls under.
Segment 3: Supporting, Completing, and Submitting your Application – The Segment 3 video for the federal tax lien discharge and subordination process goes through the supporting documents needed as well as how to complete and submit the application.
Questions and Answers About Notices – If you get an IRS notice, don’t panic but don’t ignore it either. Read it carefully and review your tax return. If you use a tax professional, give a copy of the notice to them as soon as possible.