If You Owe Back Taxes To The IRS Learn About Your Tax Options From Former IRS Agents
While you read many articles regarding tips if you owe money for back taxes this one is from former IRS agents who know the truth about the IRS collection system. If you have any questions please feel free to call us today.
1. One of the first things you want to do is make sure all your tax returns are filed. Internal Revenue Service will generally not work with you until all tax returns are filed. If you do not have all your tax records you can we trust an IRS transcript and they will provide your income and wage report for the last six years. if you are self-employed and need help we can complete a tax reconstruction for you to ensure you pay the lowest amount allowed by law.
2. Make sure you have the proper withholding or estimated tax payments currently being taken out so you are up to date, incurring no future debt with the Internal Revenue Service.
3. Make sure that the tax bill you have received from the Internal Revenue Service is accurate. you want to pull out your old tax return and compare it to the current tax bill you have to ensure the Internal Revenue Service has calculated the right assessment.
4. Be familiar with the IRS financial statement and be prepared to give Internal Revenue Service a 433a or 433b if asked for.
5. Understand the various payment agreements or installment agreement arrangements offered by the Internal Revenue Service.You can call our office today and we could review the various programs.
6. If you do not have money to pay your back tax bill you may be able qualify for an IRS hardship or another name for this program is called currently not collectible. IRS has the ability to freeze your current case and review your case two or three years later. The good news is that’s a short-term solution the bad news is penalties and interest continue to run.
7. You should find out whether you are an offer in compromise candidate to settle your debt for pennies on the dollar. The only way to make sure you do this is to check with the true tax professional.
8. Some people are eligible to file a bankruptcy proceeding. The bankruptcy laws are a bit complex and few most people do not know that federal taxes can be discharged in bankruptcy. Generally, the taxes must be three years or older, assessed for 240 days and file for the last two years.
You can check with our firm or to consult a bankruptcy attorney to see if this is applicable for you.
9. One of the most important things that you can do is to contact a professional firm,’s that is people who have worked thousands of cases to find out what is the best plan or settlement could be based on your facts and circumstances.
10. More than anything understand the process. Many times there is a short-term solution to get IRS off your back and a long-term solution.
If your case is complicated do not contact the IRS. Let tax representatives take over your case so you do not get bullied by Internal Revenue Service. You also have rights that you need to learn about.
Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the different processes solutions to get the best favorable settlement from the Internal Revenue Service.
When you call our office you will speak to former IRS agents and managers you know the system and of work hundreds upon hundreds of cases since 1982.
Since 1982, we have been serving the nation for IRS matters, problems and tax solutions. We are A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau. We are one of the longest-serving tax resolution companies in the United States.