About the Author Sean Chi

Sean has over ten years of experience helping businesses and individuals with IRS and various state tax issues. Over the years, Sean has worked hundreds of cases. As a graduate of the University of California and Trinity International Law School, Sean has a passion for helping taxpayers resolve serious tax problems. Moreover, Sean is an avid reader and author, providing some of the best content to help the average taxpayer get out of tax debt.
August 15, 2018By: Sean Chi

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in 2017 will have significant ramifications on all manners of tax filings going forward. However, one of the more substantial changes to tax laws relates to the 2009 Affordable Care Act. Of most importance to what changes happen under the Affordable Care Act is when the changes take effect.

December 21, 2015By: Miranda MarquitSean ChiKari Brummond

When it comes to paying your taxes, the IRS is versatile. The agency is happy to accept most forms of payment, from checks to automatic withdrawals to credit cards. You can even set up an installment plan to pay the IRS if you aren’t sure that you can afford to make your tax payments on time.