Tax Advisor Barry G. Fowler, Takes a Look at Paying Taxes in Cash at 7-Eleven Stores
Barry G. Fowler, EA, leading expert in tax resolution issues and CEO of Taxation Solutions writes about the IRS’s recent partnership with 7-Eleven stores to accept Federal tax payments, which can be paid with credit, debit and cold, hard cash.
Houston, TX – April 25, 2016 – Barry G. Fowler, CEO of Taxation Solutions, posted a new article on his website entitled “Oh Thank Heaven for the IRS!” in which Mr. Fowler reviews the steps of making cash tax payments at participating 7-Eleven stores across the nation.
Fowler reminisces, writing, “I remember the old jingle for 7-Eleven that sang “Oh thank heaven for 7-Eleven!” Well, now we can add the tax collecting IRS to that jingle. Oh, thank heaven for 7-Eleven and the IRS!” He continues adding, “Believe it or not, you can now pay your taxes at that convenience store in 34 states. And, you can even make those payments in cash!”
“If you are looking for the quickest way to make your payment,” writes Fowler, “this method is not the one to choose. However, if cash is the only way you can do it, you want to start well in advance of the due date, which is quickly approaching.”
Fowler goes through the steps, which require an email account, access to a computer and several days. He warns readers to, “ Also be aware that each cash payment you make at the convenience store carries a $3.99 fee and payment limits are $1,000 per day. And there is a special cash reporting section on IRS Form 8300 if you are making cash payments that exceed $10,000.”
The entire article can be read at http://www.taxationsolutions.net/oh-thank-heaven-for-the-irs/
About Barry G. Fowler, EA
Barry G. Fowler founded Taxation Solutions out of a genuine concern for the IRS issues his clients face, many of whom are self-employed, contract employees, or entrepreneurs. For his contributions to his profession and expertise in tax resolution and financial planning, Fowler has been featured as one of America’s Trendsetters on CBS and Yahoo, and as a Premier Expert in Inc. Magazine. He has been instrumental in helping hundreds of people resolve complex tax issues with the IRS.
Fowler is licensed to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, and is a longstanding member of several tax industry professional organizations: NAEA, NATP, TSEA, ASTPS.