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WILLIAM D MCCONNAUGHY, CPA

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Expertise

Federal income tax questions.

Experience in the area

Former IRS Revenue Agent. Former Enrolled Agent. Self-employed Certified Public Accountant since 1990.

Organizations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Better Business Bureau

Education/Credentials

Bachelor's Degree Accounting Major San Francisco State University Master's Degree Taxation Golden Gate University

Past/Present Clients

Too many to list.

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William11/22/15101010Thank you Mr. McConnaughy, I may visit .....
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Pete06/08/14101010 
John04/11/14101010Thanks So Much !!!
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Recent Answers from WILLIAM D MCCONNAUGHY, CPA

2015-11-21 Authoring And Taxes:

William:    Settlements with IRS on delinquent tax accounts is contingent upon three core factors:    1.  How much time the IRS has on the statute of limitations for collections, and     2.  How much is

2015-04-28 Unfiled Returns/Offers in Compromise:

Marisa:    Based on your situation I would recommend that you take advantage of free or low cost services available to you from an IRS approved Low Income Taxpayer Clinic.      You can find the location

2014-06-08 Tax Filing:

First, I am sorry and appalled to hear of such an experience with a tax professional.  Standards that all tax preparers must adhere to or lose their license prohibit conduct such as this.      As for what

2014-04-10 IRS & CA-FTB:

John:    Assuming you qualify for an Offer In Compromise settlement due to your limited income, and no equity in asset value, your recommended source of assistance with this would be the IRS Low Income

2013-10-03 Commercials; "If you owe the IRS more than $10,000...:

It is questionable whether or not your taxes owed to the IRS could be reduced or eliminated, but what is certain is that you may qualify for relief from having to pay what you owe if your your net assets

 

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