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IRS Bank Levy and IRS Wage Garnishment Release

Nothing is more stressful or disruptive than collection actions by the IRS. Rest assured we have the experience to work with the IRS and find a solution.

We will stop collection actions! Once we notify the IRS we respresent you we ask all communication be directed to us. You do not have to deal with them again.

We will find your best long-term solution. Call for a FREE consultation.

 

 

Offer in Compromise

 

An OIC is an agreement between you and the IRS to settle your debt for less than what you owe. A successful OIC agreement requires experienced analysis. You must know the process to be successful. If the IRS realizes they will not be able to collect the debt before the time to collect expires, OIC success is likely. There are different types of OIC for different circumstances. Let us find the one that is best for you.

Whatever the course of action, navigating the IRS process can be complex. Taxpayers who hire the right professional have a much higher chance of success. If you owe the IRS more money    than you can pay, Call Us for a FREE consultation.

 

IRS Installment Agreement

There are many types of Installment Agreements. Some allow you to pay much less than you owe. Structuring these correctly can save you money and this is where expertise with the process is the most important. Installment agreements come in numerous forms:

  1. Partial Pay Installment Agreement
  2. Stream line Installment Agreement
  3. In-Business Trust Fund Agreement
  4. Long-Term Installment Agreement
  5. Installment Agreements on Specified Balance Due Accounts

If you need help negotiating an Installment Agreement with the IRS, we encourage you to call for a FREE consultation.

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IRS Partial-Payment Plans

If you don’t qualify for an Offer in Compromise you can still reduce your tax debt.

In 2004 new legislation allowed the IRS to accept partial payment plans. The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 amended IRC § 6159 to provide this authority.

The IRS recognizes that a taxpayer may be unable to pay their full tax debt. There is now a method to pay affordable payments that will not put you in an ‘undue hardship’. A partial-payment plan will stop IRS collection activities and you may end up paying a fraction of what you owe.

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Innocent Spouse Relief

Innocent Spouse Relief is available when inappropriate actions of one spouse creates a tax obligation for the other spouse and the taxpayer’s file a joint return. When you file a joint return both parties are liable. If a spouse was unaware of the actions of their partner, they could qualify for Innocent Spouse relief if:

  1. You had no reason to know about the tax debt
  2. You can show that given the circumstances and details, it would be unfair to expect you to pay the debt
  3. Your request must be within two years of IRS collection efforts

To find out about Innocent Spouse Relief, we encourage you to call for a FREE consultation.

Tax Preparation

You need to have all your tax returns current in order to negotiate a resolution. After several years the IRS will file returns for you. Usually, we will file these returns correctly to reduce the amount you owe and bring all returns current. We do a thorough evaluation and review of all returns to determine if a return needs to be amended.

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Trust Fund Recovery Penalty

The IRS places Payroll Taxes in a special category. They are very aggressive in collecting payroll taxes and always assign a Revenue Officer to collect.

It is possible to reduce payroll tax debt through the trust fund process. Payroll taxes are complex but there are solutions and methods to reduce or eliminate them.

Penalty Abatement

A penalty abatement request is a written request to remove penalties and interest accrued on such penalties.

If you can show “reasonable cause” you can have penalties reduced or removed. What that means is the taxpayer fell behind on their taxes for reasons they could not control. The IRS may also look at the taxpayer’s situation.

Here are some “Reasonable Cause” examples:

  1. Medical Problems
  2. Natural Disaster
  3. Poor representation by a professional
  4. Theft or Embezzlement

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