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What are your thoughts? Explain your situation and ask the people who will be doing the background check, they will tell you exactly what documents they need to confirm the story. My experience is that someone saying something won't cut it and they will want to see some paperwork which you will have to pay to get translated and the translation certified by ...


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I have not been in this position but I have an associate that has. 1.Does late taxes show up as a negative point on your background check? No, they don't. Nobody will know, unless the IRS takes you to court. Court records are public, in which case this will show in most background checks Should I wait and contest my taxes or pay them upfront given my ...


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First of all, ALWAYS pay your taxes. I think you are finding out why. So the answer to your second question is YES. Secondly, the IRS reports to nobody, except maybe the NSA, so nobody will ever find out you had a tax problem unless it goes to court, then it becomes public. Reputable tax preparers normally reimburse clients if they make a mistake which ...


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I don't believe that owed taxes will show up in your reports until they get to the point of liens and garnishments. I can't speak directly to New York State, though. They're an aggressive lot.


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The details they check for should be defined in the paperwork you signed authorizing them to gather the information. What they can collect also depends on the job you are applying for. If you want to work for the IRS or on a contract with the IRS they will want to know you aren't a tax cheat. This could also apply to other financial jobs or ones in law ...


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