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What You Should Know
If you owe back taxes to the IRS, swift and appropriate action is vital to prevent your income and assets from being levied or seized. In order to collect on the taxes you owe, the IRS has a myriad of collection tools available including wage garnishments, bank levies, asset seizures, tax liens, and special assessments, among others. Whether your collection case is assigned to an employee at the IRS Service Center or an IRS Revenue Officer at a local office, it is imperative to address your tax liability right away by taking the necessary steps to protect yourself and your assets.
How We Can Help
Upon becoming your "power-of-attorney", we immediately go to work for you, our client. We exercise due diligence by reviewing all of your tax transcripts for the year(s) in question to determine the source and type of each tax assessment. You will be informed of any erroneous tax, penalties, or interest that have been assessed against you and, if applicable, an immediate request for abatement will be made. We will explain to you, in layman’s terms, everything you need to know about your tax liability and advise you as to all solutions available to you.
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What You Should Know
Unfiled tax returns (or delinquent returns) are a common occurrence with out-of-compliance taxpayers. In addition to delinquent returns, taxpayers often also have an outstanding tax liability that needs to be addressed. Taxpayers in this situation should be aware that negotiating with the IRS cannot commence until all delinquent tax returns are filed (but not necessarily paid). Immediate filing of all required tax returns will help facilitate a resolution to your tax problem.
How We Can Help
We will review your tax return filing requirements with you and provide you with an explanation of appropriate actions needed to get you into filing compliance. If applicable, we will seek removal of any related penalties and interest assessed against your account, including a failure-to-file penalty, and address any resulting tax liability.
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What You Should Know
An offer-in-compromise is an agreement between the IRS and a taxpayer that settles a debt for less than the amount owed. Similar to installment agreements and other IRS programs, certain compliance and collectibility requirements must be met in order to qualify. In general, for an offer-in-compromise to be accepted, the IRS has to determine that it can collect more from a taxpayer through a settlement compared to what it can collect over the life of the remaining collection statute. In May 2012, the IRS expanded its offer-in-compromise program to include more flexible terms, allowing more taxpayers to qualify.
How We Can Help
A proper analysis and presentation of your financial situation is key in determining whether or not an offer-in-compromise is right for you and if it will be accepted. The IRS has strict guidelines on qualification and only accepts offer requests under limited conditions. Using our knowledge and experience with the offer-in-compromise program, we can assist you with qualification analysis, preparation, and submission of your offer-in-compromise to the IRS.
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What You Should Know
An installment agreement is an agreement between the IRS and the taxpayer to pay down an existing debt in smaller, more manageable amounts, over time. Taxpayers must be in compliance with certain tax obligations (filing, federal tax deposits, withholding, etc.) before an installment agreement can be established. It is important to note that penalties and interest continue to accrue throughout the life of the agreement.
How We Can Help
We will assist you in meeting the criteria necessary to qualify for an installment agreement. We will advocate on your behalf and negotiate a monthly payment amount that is fair and affordable for you. Furthermore, we will explain how to prevent defaulting on an installment agreement and what actions to take to prevent IRS enforcement action in the event of a default.
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What You Should Know
Taxpayers facing large tax liabilities often see their debts increase significantly due to added penalties and interest. The IRS often applies various penalties and interest to outstanding tax liabilities making it more difficult for taxpayers to pay their back taxes. These penalties are mandated by the US Tax Code (IRC) and are most commonly assessed against taxpayers for nonpayment or underpayment of taxes, failure to make payroll tax deposits, and failure to timely file a tax return. In addition to interest accrued on any unpaid tax, interest is also charged on the penalties themselves.
How We Can Help
As your power-of-attorney, we will review your tax transcripts to identify which penalties and interest have been assessed against you and, if applicable, seek a full or partial abatement of penalties and interest resulting in an overall lower balance due. In additional to removing penalties and interest from your account, we will use our Preventative Approach^(SM) to ensure you have the knowledge and information you need to prevent penalties and interest in the future.
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Our IRS Tax Professionals bring 22 years of experience to each and every case we handle.We are successful at negotiating with the IRS because we do it everyday.
We offer a 1 hour Free, confidential, no obligation consultation. You will always have direct contact with your tax professional from start to finish.
Our Fees are flat. Period! You will know exactly what it will cost to resolve your case. We do not charge you an hourly rate.
Nothing hidden,ever! We take pride in transparency and simple billing. There will never be surprises.
We use cutting edge technology to streamline the process for our clients. We understand you want your tax problem fixed immediately.
We compare your case against all available solutions to resolve your case. We do not use a one size fits all approach.