Two Things In Life Are Certain, Death and Taxes.
Our IRS Back Tax Professionals want to make sure that
Taxes don't cause your Death!
The IRS has established a program to help taxpayers with tax-related debts or back taxes owed to make an offer, then make reduced payments over a 1-2 year period as a "compromise" to paying your entire tax debt. We help you negotiate and lower your tax bill.
The benefits of this service include:
What Can You Do:
Contact an IRS Back Taxes Pros who can help you amend prior year tax returns to lower your taxes and penalties. We also work with the IRS to lower your tax debt or penalties. Therefore, an IRS Enrolled Agent Tax Professional may be able to work out an agreement where you are paying less than what you originally owed or perhaps you can have your penalties waved. You or your businesses can make and Offer in Compromise and make a lower monthly payment for just 24 months and then you are completely paid off – including all interest and penalties. Similar to a chapter 13 bankruptcy but it doesn’t show on your credit and it isn’t public. It is just between you and the IRS.
Call for IRS Tax Help 801-295-8829 for more information
The IRS has a job of collecting taxes, however it can cost a lot in time and money to try and collect those back taxes due. Often they can’t collect because the person isn’t able to pay or does not have any assets that they can take. In addition, certain IRS back taxes due are bankruptable. They would rather negotiate than have you take out bankruptcy. It is better to get some than none. With the help of an IRS Back Taxes Pro, the IRS considers your assets and income and determines an amount the individual or business could pay if you are not able to pay the tax amount in full. There is no guarantee that the IRS will agree to reduce your debt but it is common for them to do so. In addition, it is likely that your taxes were either not filed (and the IRS made a tax return for you) or they were filed incorrectly. It may be possible to file or amend your tax returns and reduce or eliminate some or all of the back taxes due.
Call an IRS Tax Law Professional at 801-295-8829
Trying to work with the IRS alone can be frustrating because they never answer the phone and their forms and instructions are complicated. There isn't a software program you can buy, like a tax program, to help you through this . Most firms that “specialize” in back tax help charge high fees for the same service we provide. Other companies generally charge $2,500 to $12,000 for the same service we provide for $995 to $1,500. Knowing that you have an AFFORDABLE expert in your corner, as well as knowing what to expect, is a great relief. In working with an IRS Enrolled Agent Tax Specialist to settle your tax debt, you can be at ease knowing that you have an experienced professional that will get the job done, but do it at a reasonable price. We have many success stories – you might as well be one of them.
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Are you receiving letters from the IRS on taxes due? IRS Back Tax Professionals move fast to help stop the letters and/or garnishments. This gives you time to negotiate.
We then work to reduce your taxes by filing tax returns or amending the ones that were filed previously. We can work with the IRS to remove or reduce penalties. We can help with an IRS offer in compromise, setting up reasonable payment plans, and reducing or eliminating the tax or penalties owed. When you begin an Offer in Compromise the IRS stops current actions against you until the compromise is resolved.
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If you are receiving letters from the IRS concerning your tax debt from back taxes due, business taxes, self employment taxes, etc. or need to reduce your tax penalties, we can help. We will work with you and the IRS to help work out the best option for you to settle your back taxes owed.
This may include:
1. A Monthly Installment Plan.
3. Getting on Uncollectable Status: showing the IRS or the State that no tax payment can be made at this time so that they do not require any payments.
4. Bankruptcy. Certain back tax debts can be discharged in bankruptcy we can help you know if this is a viable option.
5. Filing or amending tax returns may reduce the amount of tax the IRS says you owe.
6. Filing and INNOCENT SPOUSE request and have the taxes removed from you and applied to the former spouse, or allocated proportionately so you are responsible for just your share of the taxes.
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