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Offer in Compromise.

An IRS Offer in Compromise with the IRS allows taxpayers that cannot afford to full pay their back tax liability, the opportunity to settle for LESS than what they owe. An Offer in Compromise can reduce IRS debt. IRS tax settlements are subject to certain terms and conditions.

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Installment Agreement.

An Installment Agreement with the IRS allows taxpayers who are not able to afford to pay their back taxes in full the option to pay through monthly installment payments. Keep in mind that that the IRS uses guidelines to determine the monthly payment amount and the duration/length of time to pay it off. To be able to qualify for an Installment Agreement, the tax payer has to be compliant with all past tax filings.

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Currently non Collectable.

The IRS Currently Not Collectible program means that a taxpayer has no ability to currently pay his or her taxes. Once the account is placed in a Currently Not Collectible status, the IRS does not pursue collection activity against the taxpayer and the statute of limitations on the tax liabilities will continue to run.

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Wage Garnishment.

The purpose of the IRS is to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government. If a taxpayer does not pay their taxes the IRS will demand payment through phone calls, field visits and letters. If the taxpayer disregards the demands for payment the IRS will give legal notice that it will be resorting to other means to collect the taxes. The IRS does not have to provide any further notice before beginning collection activity for IRS debt.

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Liens and Levies.

In an attempt to collect back taxes, the IRS places a lien on the assets of a taxpayer. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien is filed to secure the government's place as a creditor. It also attaches to all of your property and can ruin your credit for years. Needless to say, an IRS tax lien can be emotionally devastating in the long term.

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Innocent Spouse

Many married taxpayers choose to file a joint tax return with the IRS because of certain tax benefits this filing status allows. Both taxpayers are jointly and individually responsible to the IRS for the tax and any interest or tax penalties due on the joint tax return even if they later divorce. This is true even if a divorce decree states that a former spouse will be responsible to the IRS for any tax amounts due the IRS on previously filed joint tax returns.

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Penalty Abatement

When the IRS assesses tax debt penalties, those penalties are added automatically to the axpayer's account by the IRS. Because of this, penalties are added to a taxpayer's debt without taking his or her individual circumstances into account. Interest and penalties like an IRS lien alone can turn what would ordinarily be a moderate tax challenge into a major ordeal.

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Tax Return Preparation

Every year hundreds of thousands of taxpayers fail to file their previous year’ s tax returns. We provide tax planning and prepare tax returns for individuals, businesses, and other entities. We especially focus on preparing returns for multiple years, multiple states, and for non-filers..

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Intent to Levy

When a Bank Levy is placed on your bank account, you no longer have access to your money. Instead, the IRS has the authority to seize your money and wipe out your bank account. A Bank Levy is one of the most aggressive forms of IRS collection action, and our tax professionals understand that this is a very difficult situation for any taxpayer and we know how important a quick tax resolution is.

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Delinquent Payroll Tax

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