Check Cashing:

It is a common misconception that cashing a check is a way to hide income from the IRS. Nothing can be more false than this. Banking facilities and other check cashing business keep track of all the checks that are cashed with them. The IRS has legal authority to get this information from the banks and the check cashing facilities. If you cash a check, and you don’t report it to the Internal Revenue Service, it is within their legal boundaries to open an audit against you. The IRS opens an audit because they get suspicious as to how many checks you cashed, and how much income you tried to hide. Make sure to report all your income to the IRS, regardless of if you cashed it or just deposited. This way, you can avoid unnecessary headaches and stress.

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