An offer in compromise is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS that settles a taxpayer's tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. This is calculated with an IRS formula and is contingent upon ability to pay. Find out if you qualify for this special program.
IRS has multiple types of payment plans such as; Partial Pay Installment Agreement, Fresh Start Program, Streamline Installment Agreement. IRS is trained to get the most out of each taxpayer. Don't face IRS on your own and get taken advantage of by their wolves. We will make sure you get the best payment available to you.
Currently Not Collectible Status is due to financial hardship and inability to pay. This may be a scenario where you have assets but no money in the bank after all your bills are paid. We are trained to get our clients into this status while allowing them to keep their assets. Find out if you qualify for CNC Status today.
If you owe back taxes to the IRS, it is only a matter of time before the IRS or State hit's your bank accounts with a bank levy. This can wipe out everything in your accounts until your debt is fully paid. We are trained to get bank levies released. Don't wait on these as there are time limits to get your money back. Call us today if you received a bank levy.
If you owe back taxes to the IRS or State, chances are high that they will send a letter to your employer to garnish your wages. We can help get garnishments released and or modified. Call us today if you have received a wage garnishment.
A tax lien is a lien imposed by law upon a property to secure the payment of taxes. A tax lien may be imposed for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of failure to pay income taxes or other taxes. In some cases, we are able to get liens subordinated and or removed. Contact us to find out if you qualify for this program.
Under contractual agreement with our services, we will prevent and ensure full protection against any collection enforcements such as Revenue Officer visits, seizure of assets, bank levies, and or wage garnishments, issued to your place of business, banks and or employers.
Most states can be more aggressive and strict with their collection action than the IRS. Our team is trained in all taxing states to represent you, help you come to resolution and give you peace of mind. Contact us today to see how we can help resolve your state tax issues.
If you have withheld payroll taxes from your employee's wage and failed to pay the IRS your payroll taxes, this can not only put your business at major risk but it can also put your personal assets at risk. Majority of payroll cases are handled by Revenue Officers who will pay personal visits to your business and home to collect these taxes. There are also severe penalties that come with not paying these taxes. Don't face the IRS alone on these types of cases. If you are in this situation, we can help protect you and give you peace of mind. Call us today to have us stand in the gap for you!
This is in connection with payroll taxes and sometimes this is just owing money on your corporate taxes. You may qualify for penalty abatement, payment plans, you may be close to the end of a statute of limitation period and or just need representation to protect you and your assets. If you are a business owner and owe any kind of taxes, call us today to see how we can help.
There are all types of penalties imposed by the states and IRS. There are instances where you qualify for these penalties to be removed. Some instances for penalty removal are if you had reasonable cause for not filing or paying taxes on time. There is first time penalty abatement, and there is penalty abatement computation where IRS miscalculated your penalties. For businesses, you could be assessed the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty to you personally. Call us today to see if you qualify to have your penalties reduced and or removed.
Statute of Limitations is the amount of time that the IRS has to collect the taxes due on any given period or year. There is also statute of limitations for IRS to audit, assess Trust Fund Recover Penalties and many other instances where statute of limitations come into play. This is not one to be overlooked and always comes into play when it comes to resolutions. We are trained to come up with the best strategies for our customers to make sure they save the most money and time. Call us today for a complimentary consultation.