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What is IRS Form 8379: Injured Spouse Allocation
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the power to seize income tax refunds when a taxpayer owes certain debts, such as unpaid taxes or overdue child support. Sometimes, a married couple's joint tax refund will be seized because of a debt for which only one spouse is responsible. When that happens, the other spouse is said to be "injured" and can file Form 8379 to get at least some of the refund. Read more…

How to Pay Taxes: 10 Ways to Pay Your Tax Bill
You know you owe taxes, but you may not be aware of all the available options for getting that money to the IRS. Read more…

What is Form 1040-V?
Learn about which situations require Form 1040-V, as well as how to fill out this IRS payment voucher. Read more…

How to Deal with Penalties from Tax Non-Payment
If you don't pay your taxes when they're due, the debt doesn't go away. It may even grow as it accumulates interest and penalties each month it remains unpaid. The IRS will continue to attempt collection of the tax you owe, but it may be willing to waive or reduce the penalty charges if you can show you have a good reason. Read more…

How to Find Out How Much You Owe in IRS Back Taxes
You can calculate what you owe in back taxes fairly accurately without even contacting the IRS. Read more…


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