This website provides information of a general nature for educational purposes only and is not intended to be legal or tax advice. This information has not been updated to reflect subsequent changes in the law, if any. Your particular facts and circumstances, and changes in the law, must be considered when applying U.S. tax law. You should always consult with a competent tax professional licensed in your state with respect to your particular situation.
Nothing contained in this website, or in links to or from this website, may be used to avoid U.S. federal tax penalties or to promote or market any federal tax transactions.
The rlstax website is not responsible for the accuracy of information or privacy practices of any website or materials that is link to or from this website.
The rlstax website respects and protects your privacy. We will not rent, sell or share your personal information with outside companies for their promotional use. The information you provide to rlstax website will be used to communicate with you through email or to process orders placed for rlstax website materials. To protect your privacy, we maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with our professional standards.
Each time you visit our website (rlstax.com) the web server collects and logs certain information. We keep these access logs for a reasonable period of time. These logs include, but are not restricted to: your computer's TCP/IP address, your username (if applicable), date, time and files accessed. These logs also contain information about referrer information if you clicked on an external link in order to access a rlstax webpage. We use these logs solely for performance, site administration and security reviews. We do not sell or share this information with any third party.
WE DO NOT SPAM. Various multi-level marketers and criminals may send spam impersonating us, and displaying our return e-mail address, in the hope that people would complain about spam and cause our site to be shut down. These multi-level marketers and criminals may engage in this form of cyber-terrorism because we expose the truth about their fraudulent schemes, and undermine their ability to sell their products to new victims.