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We are former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors and know all the methodologies, settlement theories and negotiation strategies to resolve any tax debt that may be facing you.
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There are three basic ways/options that taxpayers settle their current tax situation for back taxes with the Internal Revenue Service.
IRS payment plans, IRS hardships, and IRS settlements. An IRS settlement is called an offer in compromise.
Since 1982 we have been resolving tax debt issues for thousands of clients.
We can solve any IRS tax matter or issue and review with you carefully weigh possible to solve any IRS problem.
We have worked thousands of cases and we have been former IRS agents, managers, supervisors and teaching instructors.
Within five minutes of hearing about your current situation we can give you an exact remedy to end your IRS tax problem file your back tax returns and settle your back tax problems.
Many of the taxpayers who call us need to file back tax returns and their variety of reasons why taxpayers have not who have not filed. The reason makes no difference.The bottom line is, sooner or later you have to file back tax returns.
We have a very easy and simple process to file all your back tax returns and settle your debt all at the same time.
Filing your Back Taxes with IRS
With or without records we can complete all your tax returns due to our enormous amount of experience we have in filing back tax returns.
We can simply pull IRS transcripts and prepare all back tax returns or we can prepare back tax returns to the process of IRS reconstructions. As former IRS agents and auditors we know exactly how to file your back tax returns with no records.
Options for Settling IRS Tax Debt with the IRS.
There are different ways to settle IRS tax debt and there are generally three programs that the taxpayer can qualify for.
The first is a hardship or currently non-collectible program.
There is good news and bad news about this program. After IRS takes a current documented financial statement, IRS may determine you are not collectible at the current time. IRS will suspend your case for a period of 1 to 3 years and put a freeze on it.
The good news is IRS’s off your back for a couple of years and the bad news is penalties and interest still run on it. A taxpayer should also be aware that the case will come out every couple of years to be reviewed.
The second program is the installment agreement or monthly payment. 6.5 million people your enter a payment plan with IRS.
After IRS takes a current financial statement they will determine how much money they expect from you on a monthly basis. IRS has certain national standards test that they use to determine if the taxpayer will be placed into a payment agreement. You can find the national standards on our site.
The third way to sell your debt is to qualify for an offer in compromise, this is where you can settle your debt for pennies on the dollar. it’s important for taxpayers to understand that not all are eligible for the offer in compromise program.
There is a pre-qualifier tool. I suggest everyone who wants to go the route was the direction of the offer make sure they are truly qualified before wasting time and money.
As a former IRS agent, I taught the offer in compromise program at the IRS. I can tell you within seconds of your settlement candidate. that
After a review of your current financial statement, we will let you know which of the program to qualify for and start to remove IRS out of your life.
Call us today for free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the process and tell you how many years you have to file and let you know the different tax strategies based on your current financial conditions.
You will never have to speak to the Internal Revenue Service, ever.
We are a full-service firm with all work being done in-house.