Star of ‘American Guns’ “Shoots Himself in the Foot”

Richard Wyatt, star of the Discovery Channel reality show ‘American Guns’ from 2011-2012 and       owner of Wyatt’s Gunsmoke shop, was indicted by a federal Grand Jury in February, 2016 on seven counts of failure to file a tax return, one count of filing a false return and other crimes. Despite surrendering his firearms license in […]

Marijuana Dispensary Owner’s Plan Goes Up In Smoke

San Jose, CA marijuana dispensary owner and managers were indicted by a criminal grand jury in February, 2016 on charges ranging from tax fraud, worker’s compensation fraud, money laundering and illegal sales of marijuana. Ben Kit Lew, the owner, was charged with failing to pay over $2 million dollars in taxes to the state and […]

Question: I owe a lot in back taxes. I’m constantly getting threatening letters from the IRS. This has become a big problem that I have no idea how to solve. Can you help me?

Answer:  For what it’s worth, take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone. There are millions of Americans in similar situations, dealing with debt hanging over their heads and concerned about how it will affect their future. The good news: You have many options.  To fully understand and take advantage of your options, […]

How back taxes can be eliminated for realtors without penalizing their commissions

Getting letters and phone calls from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is unnerving.  They are not exactly known for congeniality, and the burden is on the taxpayer to prove any discrepancies.  For realtors who have fallen behind on their taxes, it can be uncomfortable picking up the phone to call them…after all it is the […]

What You Can Do to Avoid The Nasty Techniques IRS Uses to Abuse Plumbers and Collect Taxes!

Life is tough enough as a Plumber Constantly looking for good employees and finding new customers regularly takes up time that you don’t have and doesn’t leave much time to worry about the IRS. I can promise you that the IRS has absolutely no idea of the constant stress you are under running a business, […]

Employer Claims Psychiatric Disorder Paralyzed Her When It Came to Paying Payroll Taxes

A Washington woman, Maria Townsend, who was president and majority shareholder of Townsend Controls, Inc., was sentenced to 40 months in prison and ordered to pay $3,327,124 in restitution to the IRS for failure to pay employment taxes that she withheld from her employees for 16 quarters, as well as failing to file W-2’s from […]

Brothers Receive Over $8 Million from 2 Bogus Tax Returns Before the IRS Gets Suspicious

  Sean Aude Gallman, of Upper Marlboro, MD and his brother Eric Maurice Gallman, of Huntersville, NC pleaded guilty in Federal Court to charges of mail and wire fraud, conspiracy and aggravated identity theft. The brother’s scheme had involved filing 37 fraudulent tax returns seeking refunds totaling over $218 million. In January 2013, Sean Gallman […]

New Life Tax Resolution – Mission Statement

New Life Tax Resolution exists for the purpose of representing clients before the IRS in all appropriate Tax matters. We will support our clients legitimate position before the IRS to the fullest extent of the tax code. We will defend them within the allowed legal limits provided to us at New Life Tax Resolution. We […]

Georgia Man Tries to Evade Taxes by Claiming He Was Dead

Carmen Deck Trevitt from Monroe, GA was sentenced to 27 months in prison and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine after trying to evade tax payments owed to the IRS from 2002 to 2011. Trevitt owed $615,067 in back taxes. Trevitt had owned his own business since 1978, working in logging, grading and environmental management. […]

IRS Turns on Sirens Against County Ambulance District

A Federal Tax lien was filed against the Vernon County Ambulance District in Nevada. The lien covers the periods ending December 31, 2013 through March 31, 2015 in the amount of $213,158.26. The IRS states that it made a demand for payment of the tax liability but it remained unpaid, prompting the IRS to file […]