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Filing your taxes after divorce or during marital separation can turn a regular tax-season headache into a migraine. The first step to take is deciding your filing status. Can you file as Single or Head of Household? When do you need to file Married (Jointly or Separately)? Use this resource to help figure out what status is best for you.

Read more - Taxes after Divorce: Which Filing Status Is Right for Me?


What is the IRS caller identification number and where is it located? What collection alternatives are available? This resource answers those questions and helps prepare the taxpayer for what comes after the audit.

Read more - IRS Audits: After the Audit


This resource explains innocent spouse status as it relates to tax burdens in an audit.

Read more - Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: How to Get Innocent Spouse Status Approved


This resource explains how to be free of tax debt by letting the statute of limitations on collection expire.

Read more - Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: How to be free of tax debt


If the IRS rejects your Offer in Compromise, if you have no means with which to make an Offer, or if you are overwhelmed by other debts, you may wish to file bankruptcy in the event that the IRS is continuing collection actions.

Read more - Representing the Troubled Taxpayer: How to Discharge Certain Taxes in Bankruptcy