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This taxpayer resource describes installment agreements that are available when a taxpayer cannot pay his or her entire tax balance in 120 days or less.
Explains how mediation works in Maryland with divorcing couples; including the advantages of mediation and the court and attorneys involvement in the process.
The fifth resource in our "Representing the Troubled Taxpayer" series focuses on IRS Form TD F 90-22.1, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts.
This resource provides basic information about how retirement accounts are treated and valued as part of a divorce case in Maryland. It specifically discusses pension valuation and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs).
The fourth resource in our "Representing the Troubled Taxpayer" series focuses on how the IRS handles non-filers.