Tax Law

Getting Legal Assistance with Your Tax Problems in Arizona

The common citizen only knows so much about the tax code, so it’s easy to commit errors. How do you calculate personal income, business income, corporate income, or whatever other kinds of income in a tax year? There are online tax calculators, but you can take a misstep at any time. What about tax rates, tax credits, tax cuts, tax deductions, and exemptions? This is why people need the help of tax professionals to comply with the tax [...]

By |2019-07-31T07:33:04+00:00July 31st, 2019|Categories: Tax Law|Comments Off on Getting Legal Assistance with Your Tax Problems in Arizona

How to Resolve Arizona Tax Liens

What are tax liens? They are documents filed with the county government that announces to the general public that certain people owe the federal government unpaid taxes. Liens essentially protect the government’s right to collect the money it is owed. Unfortunately, these can negatively impact the debtors’ credit report and financial health, affecting their ability to get a credit card, find employment, rent a home, or buy real estate property. Tax law distinguishes the legal description of a [...]

By |2019-07-03T10:27:22+00:00July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Tax Law|Comments Off on How to Resolve Arizona Tax Liens

A Lower Tax Bill? Something Arizonans Can Look Forward to Next April

A Lower Tax Bill for Arizona Residents? Arizonans can expect to pay a little bit less in taxes, come April 2018. Or we may even expect to get a little bit more back in that tax refund check. According to a report in Capitol Times, Governor Doug Ducey has signed legislation, which immediately boosts by $50, the amount of money that Arizonans can subtract from their earnings before calculating their taxes. That will show up on the 2017 [...]

By |2019-07-24T22:06:26+00:00June 21st, 2017|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Tags: , , |Comments Off on A Lower Tax Bill? Something Arizonans Can Look Forward to Next April

What to know when filing your taxes

The deadline to file taxes is just a few days away. While some people do it early, others choose to wait right up until April 15. If you fall into this category, Zolman Law has a few tips to make things less stressful. Be prepared It’s very important to have all of your forms in one place when filing your taxes. Besides having W-2s from your workplace or 1099s for independent contractors, other tax statements that will come [...]

By |2019-07-24T22:45:23+00:00April 13th, 2015|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on What to know when filing your taxes

The Middle Class Can’t Afford It

Unfortunately, the middle class isn’t as comfortable as it once was ten or more years ago. With the recession and job market struggles, many of today’s middle class families can’t afford things they used to be able to buy. Vacations The average cost of a summer vacation for a family of four is $2500 or more. In order for a middle class family earning around $65,000 annually between the spouses that would mean saving $208 a month to [...]

By |2019-07-24T22:40:00+00:00October 30th, 2014|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on The Middle Class Can’t Afford It

Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #4: Check and Double Check

There are few things Arizonans dread more than the news that they will be getting audited by the IRS. Even the most scrupulous of taxpayers can spend many sleepless nights wondering if they have categorized and documented their deductions and credits properly. In this series of blogs, we will look at the ten basic steps you can take to minimize the chances of getting that scary audit letter in the mail. #4: Check and Double Check If you are not [...]

By |2019-07-24T19:00:43+00:00May 25th, 2012|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #4: Check and Double Check

IRS “Fresh Start” Expands Tax Relief

IRS Fresh Start Program As many taxpayers breathe a collective sigh of relief with April’s tax deadline now in the recent past, still others have serious tax issues yet to be resolved with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). We have good news for those hoping to resolve their unpaid tax problems – the IRS expanded its tax relief assistance under the “Fresh Start” program. IRS “FRESH START” TAX INITIATIVE There are three tax relief programs that the IRS [...]

By |2019-07-24T21:52:39+00:00May 23rd, 2012|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on IRS “Fresh Start” Expands Tax Relief

Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #3: Don’t make Easy for IRS

Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona - #3: Don’t make it TOO Easy for the IRS There are few things Arizonans dread more than the news that they will be getting audited by the IRS. Even the most scrupulous of taxpayers can spend many sleepless nights wondering if they have categorized and documented their deductions and credits properly. In this series of blogs, we will look at the ten basic steps you can take to minimize [...]

By |2019-08-13T09:46:31+00:00May 22nd, 2012|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #3: Don’t make Easy for IRS

Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #2: Don’t “Do-it-yourself”

There are few things Arizonans dread more than the news that they will be getting audited by the IRS.  Even the most scrupulous of taxpayers can spend many sleepless nights wondering if they have categorized and documented their deductions and credits properly. In this series of blogs, we will look at the ten basic steps you can take to minimize the chances of getting that scary audit letter in the mail. #2: Don’t “Do-it-yourself” There are some who claim [...]

By |2019-07-24T18:59:29+00:00May 1st, 2012|Categories: Tax Law, Tax Relief|Comments Off on Ten Ways to Avoid a Tax Audit in Arizona – #2: Don’t “Do-it-yourself”