Do you owe thousands in back taxes to the IRS? Have they garnished your wages or bank accounts? Do you want some honest help to take care of your tax problems once and for all?
Having to face the IRS because of your back tax issue can be more than a little scary and daunting. Hopefully you’ll never have to deal with that letter or phone call or worse, an IRS Revenue Officer showing up at your door. Dealing with this can be so overwhelming that many people try to just ignore the problem hoping it will go away or that the IRS will forget them. But that is not going to happen.
There are programs available to taxpayers that have been set up to help you if you are struggling to pay your back taxes they say you owe.
What Exactly is The Job of a Tax Resolution Professional?
A certified Tax Attorney, CPA or Enrolled Agent can help you with all the following:.
- Protect you from IRS mistake, abuse, and intimidation.
- Help you to understand your tax liability.
- File an amended income tax return.
- Bring you back into lawful compliance.
- Take care of an IRS lien or levy as well as assistance to get them released.
- Help resolve and settle your tax problems through programs set up to help you.
- Set up an appropriately structured payment plan limiting penalties in the future.
Finding a qualified and trustworthy Tax Lawyer or CPA to help you with your back tax debts can be overwhelming for most people
There is hope if you’re one of the millions of individuals or businesses who owe back taxes but can’t afford to pay the IRS in full. We can navigate the complicated and treacherous tax roads of the IRS and State taxation boards for you. We can negotiate a settlement and help you to resolve your tax liabilities for much less.
If you are facing IRS collections, our tax attorneys can stop or prevent any collection efforts by negotiating directly with the taxing authorities. If the IRS is sending you threatening letters, call our tax professionals and get the tax relief you deserve.
Why Can’t I Just Call The IRS Myself And Settle This?
Many taxpayers who do not hire a tax professional wind up paying more money to the IRS than they should. The IRS can act very aggressive and threatening to you, many times acting inappropriately and because you do not have someone in your corner who knows tax law, you loose.
If you are facing a fight with the IRS regarding an audit, a tax bill you can not afford or a dispute over the tax amount owed, you absolutely should seek expert help. A qualified tax attorney, CPA or enrolled agent can also clear up issues around corporate, payroll, estate, property, capital gains or personal income taxes and deductions.
Why We Are The Right Choice.
Our Tax Attorney’s, CPA’s and enrolled agents have years of experience in complicated and constantly changing state and federal tax rules. We uncover all the issues you may have and protect our clients. When dealing with a tax problem, you need a professional in your corner you can count on.
Let us help you settle and resolve your tax problem once and for all.
Tax Relief FAQ
The phrase tax relief, in general, refers to taxpayers attempts to mitigate their tax problems whether on the local, state or federal level. Generally speaking, individuals seek tax relief because they have been notified by the IRS with a Notice of Intent to either levy accounts, lien on property, real or personal, or garnish wages.
Tax relief may be extended to either individuals or a business that can show a specific need for a tax breaks. Tax relief concessions are not usually granted to individuals or businesses with deep pockets.
There are numerous reasons why a taxpayer may seek out specific tax relief. Most often, taxpayers are unable to pay their tax debts in full or have failed to file returns for a number of years and eventually are notified by the IRS of impending action.
A number of tax relief programs are available through the IRS. However, to qualify, taxpayers are required to fit within specific guidelines of tax regulations.
In cases involving existing businesses or in personal cases where the IRS has taken dramatic steps towards collection including threats of liens, garnishments or levies, tax relief professionals can be very helpful. This representation will be knowledgeable on rules and formulas, procedures and paperwork.
Tax relief specialists are a recommended aid for contacting, and negotiating with the IRS. They can help even the odds when you must deal with government agents, who can be very intimidating when making demands on the taxpayer. IRS agents tend to be less forceful and more reasonable when dealing with a tax professional.
Tax relief professionals promise satisfaction with their services in assisting taxpayers prepare requests for installment arrangements, offer-in-compromise or other tax resolutions. They cannot guarantee you won’t have to pay taxes, or predict with 100% certainty how the IRS will rule on requests for tax relief, however.
If the IRS rejects the initial request for tax relief, many tax relief professionals will review the rejection letter and prepare a response and appeal for no charge.
Tax relief professionals charge for their services. Filing tax returns and talking to the IRS on your behalf require fees. In many cases, the cost of tax representation is comparable to that of tax preparation firms accustomed to handling only current-year filers.