As former IRS agents and managers, we have sent these notices of intent to seize your property letters out hundreds upon hundreds of times.
We know how to stop IRS in their tracks because we know the system!
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If you received an IRS notice, letter 1058, L 11, IRS is planning full forced enforcement against you including bank levies, wage garnishments, and possibly the filing of a federal tax lien.
A simple phone call to Internal Revenue Service with our power of attorney will stop IRS enforcement action immediately.
Being a former IRS agent I will tell you that IRS does not like to send out bank levies, wage garnishments and filing federal tax liens. It does so because as general rule taxpayers do not cooperate and contact the Internal Revenue Service to resolve the current case at hand.
How the IRS will work your case.
When we contact IRS with a valid power of attorney, IRS is going to want to make sure all your tax returns are filed on the system.
They conduct what’s called a full compliance check.
Since your case is already on the collection radar, IRS is going to want a current financial statement on a form 433f-433 a.
When you supply the necessary documents to prove the financial statement IRS will place you in one of three categories to closure case.
After recurrent review of your financial statement IRS may place you into currently not collectible hardship position, ask for a monthly installment payment or you may be eligible to settle for pennies on the dollar through an offer in compromise.
We will carefully review your financial statement go over all the options we will stop all the IRS notice and letters and look to permanently close your case off the IRS enforcement computer.
What Does the Letter/Notice 1058, LT11 say
That the IRS hasn’t received your payment for overdue taxes.
IRS intends to seize your property or rights to property. You must contact us immediately.
What you need to do
One of the first things you should do is contact us for an initial consultation.
If that is the simple and low dollar matter you have other options found below.
• Pay your unpaid balance:
When you pay your balance in full, we’ll stop adding interest and applicable penalties. You can quickly and easily, pay your balance online.
If you can’t pay the full amount, pay what you can now; payments will reduce the amount of interest and applicable penalties added to the remaining balance in the future.
If you’re current on your tax filings, you can request an installment agreement to pay the remaining balance on your account over time.
If you owe less than $50,000, you may be able to set up an installment agreement using the Online Payment Agreement tool, which is the fastest way to get an installment agreement approved.
• If you already paid in full or think we haven’t credited a payment, send proof of that payment to us using the address at the top of your notice or letter.
Contact us for free initial tax consultation and we will provide affordable professional tax help if you have received an IRS letter to intent to seize your property.
We are former IRS agents. we can immediately stop the threatening notices and letters. We know the system because we were in the system for over 100 years and know all the methodologies to help you through the IRS problem and resolve your case immediately.
Call us for a free initial tax consultation.