If you owe back taxes call us today to resolve your IRS tax problem. We are IRS Tax Experts who have over 205 years of professional tax experience and over 60 years with the IRS in the local, district and regional offices.
Our staff includes Board Certified Tax Attorneys, Certified Public Accountants, Former IRS Agents, Managers and Enrolled Agents that can resolve your back tax issue and problems today.
Over 25 million taxpayers owe back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. Call us today to discuss any of the options to settling back taxes.
It is imperative to act on any and all IRS notices that you receive. Contacting a professional firm will provide you with significantly better results.
The IRS has a number of tax programs to help you deal with your situation. All these programs are based on your current financial situation. As you read below you will find out the best way to resolve your tax problem on your back taxes.
IRS Enforcement Tools.
IRS files over 3.8 million tax levies and files over 900,000 tax liens each year.
If you fail to act on your final IRS notice the following enforcement actions will follow. IRS will:
- File a Bank Levy which completely seizes all money out of your bank account
- File a Wage Garnishment or Wage Levy which is a continuous levy on your wages
- File a Federal Tax Lien
IRS files over 3.8 million tax levies and files over 900,000 tax liens each year. If you fail to act on a IRS Final Notice and Right to Hearing you can expect the IRS to use enforcement action to collect back taxes that you owe.
This is the final notice the IRS sends before seizure:
Notice Of Intent To Levy And Notice Of Your Right To A Hearing
Please Respond Immediately
We previously asked you to pay the federal tax shown on the next page, but we haven’t received your payment. This letter is your notice of our intent to levy under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 6331 and your right to appeal under IRC Section 6330.
We may also file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien at any time to protect the government’s interest. A lien is a public notice to your creditors that the government has a right to your current assets, including any assets you acquire after we file the lien.
If you don’t pay the amount you owe, make alternative arrangements to pay, or request an appeals hearing within 30 days from the date of this letter, we may take your property, or rights to property. Property includes real estate, automobiles, business assets, bank accounts, wages, commissions, social security benefits, and other income. We’ve enclosed Publication 594, which has more information about our collection process; Publication 1660, which explains your appeal rights; and Form 12153, which you can use to request a Collection Due Process hearing with our Appeals Office. To preserve your right to contest Appeals’ decision in the U.S. Tax Court, you must complete, sign, and return Form 12153 within 30 days from the date of this letter.