Other Tax Resolution Services

Back Taxes Owed

Despite filing your taxes every year, are you still not paying the taxes you owe? Perhaps you did not have enough money to pay for it at the time and planned to pay it more later on. You will, unfortunately, be required to pay back taxes if you file them late, which will increase the amount of money you will be expected to pay in the long run.

If you haven’t heard from the IRS yet but are delinquent on your taxes, you will. A lien may be placed on the property that you own or you may be subject to a levy on your bank account or wages of the IRS, depending on the situation. It can be financially ruinous to owe back taxes, but they can be avoided in many cases.In order to settle your tax debt, we can help you assess your options and negotiate a reasonable payment plan with the IRS. In most cases, unpaid back taxes don’t go away on their own. We urge you to contact us if you have any questions regarding your tax liability.

IRS Representation

Being audited by the IRS can be a very intimidating and challenging experience. Having experienced tax matters and IRS audit procedures, you can be assured that you are in good hands when dealing with the IRS and other tax authorities when you hire us to represent you. If you or your business are faced with an IRS audit, it is particularly important to prepare accordingly.

Injured Spouse Relief

Consequently, it is possible to file a claim for Injured Spouse Relief if the Internal Revenue Service uses the refund from your joint tax return to offset your spouse’s tax debts, child support payments, and student loan obligations, which are solely the responsibility of your spouse.

You should not confuse Innocent Spouse Relief with Injured Spouse Relief. Depending on the circumstances, you could possibly be classified as an Injured Spouse when you do not receive your portion of a refund to you due to your spouse’s debt, while you are an Innocent Spouse when you are technically co-responsible but not liable due to your circumstances.

No matter what the reason is, let our company help you rectify an unfair tax liability and recover your money. We will thoroughly review your case to determine whether you qualify for either Injured Spouse Relief or another IRS relief program.

Innocent Spouse Relief

Joint tax returns are popular among married taxpayers due to the benefits they offer.

Sadly, the opposite is also true. You may be liable for taxes, interest, and penalties if you file a joint tax return with your current or former husband or wife . This is even if your spouse earned income or claimed improper deductions or credits. The same holds true even if your divorce decree states that your spouse is liable for joint tax returns previously filed.

If you are being held responsible for the fraud or negligence of your spouse or former spouse, we can help. Our experienced representatives will determine if you qualify for tax relief and negotiate with the IRS for the best possible outcome.

There are three types of relief available.

Innocent Spouse Relief – When your spouse misfiled your tax return, you may be eligible for innocent spouse relief from paying tax, interest, and penalties.

Separation of Liability Relief – This relief allows you to divide the additional tax due from your joint return, plus penalties and interest, with your spouse (or former spouse).

Equitable Relief – Even though you may not qualify for innocent spouse relief or separation of liability, there is still the possibility of equitable relief and that can provide relief from tax, interest, and penalties.

Do not become a victim of another’s mistakes or dishonesty. Please contact us today for more information on Innocent Spouse Relief or other IRS tax relief programs.

Obtain Your IRS File (Freedom of Information Act)

The Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, gives any person the right to access their IRS file. Knowing what the IRS has in your file is a great place to start when dealing with a tax issue. Additionally, finding out what the IRS doesn’t know about you is just as important as finding out what they do know.

In order to avoid attracting undue attention to any tax liabilities, we will request your information from the IRS discreetly. Our staff will explain your IRS file to you in layman’s terms and recommend a plan to help you settle your tax dispute.

Payroll Taxes Owed

Failure to comply with IRS payroll regulations can ruin your business. Furthermore, it can have a negative effect on your personal finances. Possibly you overlooked payroll taxes or there was a temporary shortage of funds. The Internal Revenue Service pays special attention to small businesses, regardless of the reasons for their failure to pay their employees’ federal withholdings, if they fall behind with their payments

Your personal bank accounts and assets may be targeted by the IRS if it finds that your business violated payroll tax rules-even if you file for bankruptcy protection. You should immediately seek representation if the IRS has contacted you about payroll issues. Get back to running your business by letting our tax experts handle your payroll tax issues.

Penalty/Interest Abatement

Often, the worst part of IRS tax controversies is the penalties and interest included in the original bill. In addition to penalties for late filing, late payment, and negligence, interest on unpaid taxes can escalate your total tax bill. Our tax experts is ready to assist if you are struggling with unpaid taxes, penalties, and interest. When there is reasonable cause and the failure was not willful, certain penalties may be abated by the IRS.

It is possible for taxpayers who have not previously had major problems with the IRS to qualify for a first-time penalty waiver. Interest charges are generally not revoked by the IRS, but some established interest suspension provisions are available–especially when the IRS has made a mistake.

Penalties and interest can be overwhelming, and we understand. Often, they appear arbitrary and unfair. We’ll examine your tax situation carefully to see if penalties and/or interest can be waived.

Statute of Limitations

Various tax-related actions have a Statute of Limitations that dictate how long they can be pursued. When the IRS assesses your taxes, they have ten years to collect them as well as three years to audit your returns.
The ten-year collection rule has some exceptions. Certain payment arrangements will suspend the ten-year limitation while those arrangements are pending but will add extra time to the statute of limitations once the suspension period ends.

As important as knowing when the Statute of Limitations expires is knowing what to do with that information. You can rely on our expertise when making those decisions. There can be times when applying for a certain status, or the payment plan can end up doing more harm than good. Each person’s tax debt issues are unique, and it is essential to take all factors into consideration.

Based on your circumstances, our tax professionals will help you with the best course of action based on the Statute of Limitations.

Unfiled Returns

Your taxes from the previous year should be filed immediately, even if you can’t pay. Non-filing penalties and interest are usually much higher than filing but not paying in full penalties and interest. 

We can assist you in negotiating a payment plan or an Offer in Compromise after we have filed your missing returns. Payment arrangements or revocation of a lien or levy will not be accepted by the IRS until all delinquent tax returns are filed. Find out how to file your overdue taxes today.

Call (866) 459-8026 or click below to schedule your FREE consultation to gather information and design a plan of action for you.

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