Charles Corsello

About Charles Corsello

Charlie Corsello, a graduate of Georgetown University, is a licensed enrolled agent who has been working in the tax resolution industry for over 10 years now. He is a previous owner of tax resolution firm. Consequently, after opening a tax resolution firm, he became a tax professional, passing the IRS enrolled agent exam. Finally, Charlie regularly contributes by providing blog posts and tax articles.

What is the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel?

taxpayer advocacy panelWhen it comes to paying taxes, many citizens feel as though they aren’t heard. After all, the IRS seems like a huge agency that is far removed from the experiences of taxpayers. In past years, the IRS has received poor marks for customer service, although some of the […]

March 5th, 2015|Tax Tips|0 Comments

4 Tax Time Mistakes to Avoid with your 2014 Tax Return

Now that tax season is in full swing, many taxpayers are working through their documents, trying tolast minute file tips organize everything for their 2014 tax return. As you get ready to file your own tax return, here are 4 tax time mistakes to avoid:

1. Waiting […]

February 18th, 2015|Tax Tips|0 Comments

Tax Year 2015 to See Higher Penalty for Uninsured Americans

irs obamacare penalty in 2015 increasesOne of the provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, also called Obamacare) is that those who don’t obtain health insurance are required to pay a tax penalty.

For the tax year 2014, the individual mandate penalty wasn’t too severe. […]

February 12th, 2015|Tax Tips|0 Comments

Obama’s 2016 Budget: $280 Billion in Tax Cuts for Some Americans

2016 obama blog post articlePresident Obama has revealed his proposed budget, and it includes close to $280 billion in tax cuts for families with low to middle incomes. The tax cuts for those income brackets would be paid for with about $1.5 trillion in new taxes over the […]

February 3rd, 2015|Tax News|0 Comments

Pass Through Businesses Complicate Corporate Tax Reform

corporate tax reformI have a business. It’s registered as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), and is considered a “pass-through” business. This means that my LLC doesn’t pay taxes in the corporate system. Instead, the profits pass through the business and are reported on the joint tax return filed by my […]

January 28th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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