Ken Morris

Ken Morris is the founder and CEO of Morris and Associates.

Cancellation Of Indebtedness Income: How To Avoid Paying Tax On This

When you have debt that is forgiven or canceled, you may be required to pay taxes on the amount that is forgiven. This can be a huge burden, especially if the amount of debt that is forgiven is large.

What Is Insolvency For Tax Purposes?

When it comes to taxes, there are a lot of things that people don't understand. One of those things is insolvency. What is insolvency for tax purposes? How does it affect your tax bill? In this blog post, we will answer those questions and more.

The COD Exceptions You Need to Know

There are a few things in life that are for sure: death, taxes, and the fact that there are COD exceptions. That's right, no matter how hard you try to avoid them, there will always be some situations where the rules just don't apply. When it comes...

When To File An Offer And When Should You Pursue Being Deemed Uncollectible

There are times when it is best for a business to file an offer and times when it is better to pursue being deemed uncollectible. In this blog post, we will explore both of these options and help you decide which path is the best for your company.

Using The State Tax Debt to Leverage an Offer with the IRS

The IRS is a daunting organization for anyone to deal with, especially when it comes to outstanding tax debt. However, there may be hope for those who are struggling to pay their taxes. Recently, the IRS has announced that they will be accepting...

Bankruptcy Vs. Offer-In-Compromise: The Pros And Cons Of Both

When it comes to tax debt, there are a few different options available to people. Bankruptcy and offer-in-compromise are two of the most popular options. Both have their pros and cons, which can make it difficult to decide which option is right for...

Uncollectible? Why Now May Be the Time to File Your Offer With The IRS

There are a lot of factors to consider when you're deciding whether or not to file a Currently Not Collectible with the IRS. One of the most important is whether you think you have a good chance of being accepted.

 

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How To Make The Most Of Collection Appeals To Resolve Your Tax Debt

The idea of owing money to the government is a daunting prospect. The good news is that there are ways to resolve your tax debt without having to go through a long and frustrating process. If you are struggling to pay your tax debt, you may be...

How Non-Filers Can Get Back Into The Tax System

Millions of Americans choose not to file their taxes every year. This can be for a variety of reasons, but the most common one is that people feel like they can't afford to pay. If you have failed to file your taxes for a few years, you may be...

The RCP Formula: Things You May Want to Consider Purchasing

The Reasonable Collection Potential is the estimated worth of a collection at the time of sale. This is important to collectors, like the IRS because it can help them understand what their collection is worth and how to price it when they are ready...