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  2. IRS sends $15 billion in fourth round of Child Tax Credit ...

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    The Internal Revenue Service sent the fourth set of monthly Child Tax Credit payments worth $15 billion to 36 million families. The average payment was $430. “Since July, the advance Child Tax ...

  3. Offer in compromise - Wikipedia

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    The taxpayer is not required to submit the 20%, which applies only to the lump sum payment option. Then during the time that the offer is being considered by the IRS, the taxpayer must keep making the monthly payments to keep the offer current. If the taxpayer fails to make the payments, the offer will be returned to the taxpayer.

  4. Entity classification election - Wikipedia

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    The IRS uses the information entered on the form to establish the entity's filing and reporting requirements for federal tax purposes. Certain domestic and foreign entities that were in existence before January 1, 1997, and have an established federal tax classification generally do not need to make an election to continue that classification.

  5. Garnishment - Wikipedia

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    The IRS must have assessed the tax and must have sent a written Notice and Demand for Payment; The taxpayer must have neglected or refused to pay the tax within the time prescribed in the notice; and, The IRS must have sent a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing (levy notice) at least 30 days before the levy.

  6. Discount points - Wikipedia

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    Borrowers can offer to pay a lender points as a method to reduce the interest rate on the loan, thus obtaining a lower monthly payment in exchange for this up-front payment. For each point purchased, the loan rate is typically reduced by anywhere from 1/8% (0.125%) to 1/4% (0.25%).

  7. Fixed-rate mortgage - Wikipedia

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    Because of the large payment at the end of the older, balloon-payment loan, refinancing risk resulted in widespread foreclosures. The fixed-rate mortgage was the first mortgage loan that was fully amortized (fully paid at the end of the loan) precluding successive loans, and had fixed interest rates and payments.

  8. Tax protester constitutional arguments - Wikipedia

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    Self incrimination. Other protesters argue that the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination allows an individual to refuse to file an income tax return calling for information that could lead to a conviction for criminal acts from which the income was derived, or for the crime of not paying the tax itself.

  9. Non-profit organization laws in the U.S. - Wikipedia

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    If the organization purpose is one of those described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, it may apply for a ruling that donations to it are tax deductible to the persons or business entities who make them. The organization itself will be exempt from taxation as long as it does not engage in unrelated business activities.