We are comprised of Board Certified Tax Attorneys, CPA’s and Former IRS Agents. We have taught Tax Law at the IRS. We know all the settlement techniques, tax policies and closing methods to get your tax debt forgiveness settlement. We have successfully worked thousands of cases since 1982 and we are “A” rated by the BBB.
We have over 205 years of professional tax experience and over 60 years of working directly with the IRS in the local, district and regional offices of the IRS.We taught the Offer in Compromise program at the IRS.
We can take this pain and burden from your life.
There are reasons in a person life that it is impossible to pay back their tax debt and there is nothing to be ashamed about. We can help you through that process. We can take away the worry and stress. We are affordable, friendly and assessable.
IRS forgives tax debt through various tax settlement methods.
The three major methods of tax debt forgiveness:
1. Offers in Compromise,
2. Abatements of Penalties and Interest,
3. Hardship or Currently non collectable,
Call us today for a no cost professional tax consultation to hear the truth about your case . We will discuss the above options and see which tax debt forgiveness programs fits you the best.
Tax Debt Settlements.
Offers in Compromise
– The Offer in Compromise is the classic tax debt forgiveness program. It usually is referred to as the ” pennies on a dollar settlement program “.
27% of all offers in compromise are accepted by the Internal Revenue Service. There is a lengthly process involved to get an offer in compromise accepted by the IRS. I would caution anyone contemplating a filing of a offer in compromise to consult a tax consultant so a person does not waste there time and money. We are available for a no cost professional consult to see if you qualify.
Abatement of Penalties and Interest.
– Many IRS Penalties can be abated or removed. Each case if completely dependent on its own facts. There is a complete list of penalty abatement causes and reason. Consult our website.
About 50% of all IRS collection cases brought to the field and writing off due to hardship. If your current expenses exceed your income and you conform to the national standards, chances are you are a good hardship candidate. We can review your individual case and see if you qualify for the tax debt forgiveness program through hardship.
Generally, if your incomes taxes are three years old, assessed for 240 days and your returns have been filed for two years, it is possible you could be a bankruptcy candidate.