The Peck Group, LC - Tax Law
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We handle every aspect of tax law: preparing tax returns, representing clients during audits, resolving IRS and state tax controversies, and creating tax planning strategies for the future.

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3 common IRS audit triggers

The word "audit" strikes a fear in many taxpayers in Georgia and throughout the country, but the chances of an audit remain low at .04% out of all tax returns. Sometimes, the IRS checks for accuracy and fraud if the organization suspects it. However, one error on a...

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IRS tax audit mistakes to avoid

Many taxpayers in Georgia will experience an IRS audit in their lifetime. An audit means the IRS has rejected the return for a reason, such as suspicions about income or errors. An audit notice naturally causes panic, but taxpayers shouldn't be so hasty as to make...

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When to file taxes on foreign accounts

Tax payers in Georgia and throughout the country are required by the IRS to pay taxes on foreign assets, or they could face stiff fines. The foreign accounts must reach a certain threshold before they need to be reported on tax returns. Foreign accounts may include...

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The IRS will be conducting more audits

If you are a high-income taxpayer in Georgia, you need to be aware that the IRS has plans to audit more returns from upper tax brackets. While most of the audits do occur on tax returns of the wealthy, the IRS has not performed nearly as many audits as it did in...

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What to know about IRS installment plans

Individuals in Georgia who can't afford to pay an income tax bill on time are often eligible for an installment plan. Taxpayers may be able to choose how much they want to pay each month or allow the IRS to determine their minimum monthly payment. In most cases, an...

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