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Former Christian IRS agents and managers can end your problem now. Since 1982, A plus Rated.   STOP IRS NOW!   AFFORDABLE

 

We are a Christian tax firm that specializes in IRS and state tax problems. Since 1982 we have been resolving tax debt for thousands of taxpayers across the United States.

We have over 100 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service and the local, district, and regional tax offices of the IRS. We know the system inside and out.

If you received a letter, notice or tax bill from the IRS we can help. Stop the stress and resolve your IRS problem.

You will never have to speak to the IRS!     1 (877) 367-7870

Let Former IRS Agents, Managers and Tax Instructors take the worry out of this situation.

YOU MUST ACT ON A CERTIFIED LETTER OR NOTICE.

 

IRS Contacts Taxpayers by Letter or Notification 4 Different Ways:

 

 

So What Is Your Next Step?

 

First of all, do not panic.

The IRS is just trying to resolve an open issue.

Most IRS letters, notices or bills come with a time frame of ten to thirty days to respond to the notification.

You should respond within the time period specified or the IRS will follow up and eventually use enforcement action. If you do not respond to the IRS’s attempts to reach you they will hit you with a Federal Tax Lien, a Wage Levy on your paycheck or a Tax Lien on your bank account.

Contact Michael D. Sullivan, Former IRS Agent and our professionals will handle the IRS for you and resolve your problem.

 

IRS only sends out tax levies after a series of 5 letters are sent to the taxpayer. These are sent about 5 weeks apart.

 

1. CP 14  –  This is the notice of balance due,

2.CP 501 – This is a Bill that you still owe tax,

3. CP503 – Important, Immediate Action Required

4. CP 504 Urgent Notice – We Intend to Levy  on Certain Assets, Please Respond Now

5. CP90/CP297/ IRS Letter 1058 – Final Notice of Intent to Levy & Notice of Your Right to a Hearing

6.CP 91 CP298  – Final Notice Before Levy on your Social Security Benefits

 

Contact By Certified Mail

 

When IRS contacts you by certified mail it is time to be serious about the next step. The IRS has tried to contact you before to resolve the issue and has been unsuccessful.

Certified letters from the IRS usually means they are ready to take enforcement action. Unless you reach them within the prescribed period of time the IRS will probably levy your wages or bank account and file a Federal Tax Lien.

It is time to call your Michael D. Sullivan, Former IRS Agent Professional. In most cases, within a thirty day period of time, the IRS will send a wage levy to your employer, and or a bank levy to your bank accounts.

Whether you sign for the IRS certified mail or not, the 30 day period starts on the date of the IRS letter.

Before you make any contact with the IRS you want to know your rights so you don’t make the situation worse than it already is. This requires a plan of action. Contact Michael D. Sullivan, Former IRS Agent as soon as possible and we will contact the IRS immediately to stop any collection activity.

 

The CADE2 computer is the issuer of IRS Letters and Notices

 

The Internal Revenue Service is spending millions and millions of dollars on their CADE2 computer.  This is the computer giant that belongs to Internal Revenue Service and all its systems are held within this massive computer.

All IRS notices, letters and bills that go to taxpayers are generated from the system.

All the information that this computer generates is handled systemically and not a human hand will ever touch a piece of paper you receive.

To stop the issuance’s of IRS notices and  IRS letters you must contact an Internal Revenue Agent who can directly make changes to the CADE2 computer.

Usually you will find this on a 1-800 number on your letter, notice or bill.

If you do not contact the Internal Revenue Service at some point in time enforcement action will begin.

It is critical you contact the Internal Revenue Service at the number shown on Letter or Notice to stop or correct the problem or situation.

The worst thing you can do is not respond to the IRS notice her letter because I can assure you you will not be happy with the consequences.

I can tell you as a former IRS agent  these letters are notices will not go away.

 

As former IRS agents and teaching instructors we are aware of the next step IRS will take on every single case. You will never have to speak to Internal Revenue Service once we have a power of attorney.

We can lay out a tax strategy for you and we will guarantee you a flat fee billing so you know exactly the cost of these matters.

We handle everything from a biblical perspective and have handled thousands of cases for Christians all across the United States.

Please feel free to ask us about our faith.

Mobile, Pensacola, Ft. Walton + Owe Back IRS/State Tax Debt + Levies, Liens, Garnishments, Audits, Unfiled Tax Returns + Christian Tax Debt Services

Get your IRS bank or wage garnishment levy released today and settle your case at the same time. End your problems NOW.

 

We are the fast, experience, and affordable professional tax firm. We are A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau.

As former IRS agents we worked out of Florida’s local, district, and regional tax offices.

Get true godly counsel from a christian tax firm, since 1982.

Feel free to ask us about our faith in Christ.

It’s all about knowing the system the methodologies and understanding what it takes to close your case off the IRS enforcement computer.

 

Once we have a current IRS financial statement within 24 hours we can keep our promise. We cannot only get your IRS bank or wage garnishment levy released we can settle your case as well.

We simply secure your power of attorney, contact IRS and you will never have to speak to IRS, we handle all the communication.

The IRS bank levy is the chief collection tool of the collection division to collect back taxes on taxpayers that have failed to pay.

How they work is simple, they are generated by the IRS Cade 2 computer, how to stop them you will find out in this blog.

The IRS over the years typically files anywhere between 1/2 a million to a million, both Bank and wage garnishment levies.

Depending on the year, the administration and the amount of revenue needed to fill the IRS coffers these numbers fluctuate from 1/2 a million to 3.5 million.

It requires no manpower for the Internal Revenue Service to actually file an IRS bank lev, it is done systematically out of the IRS CADE2 computer.

The Internal Revenue Service keeps its levy sources by collecting your financial information on their computerized system and recording it over the last six years, yes all 1099, W-2, and any financial institution that has required information to file with the Department of treasury appear on this system.

Also if you have written a check to the Internal Revenue Service in the past six years records that is a levy source as well.

If you have not paid the Internal Revenue Service, a final notice of a bank or wage garnishment levy is systematically filed.

The good news about the IRS bank levy is this, your money is frozen in the bank for 21 days, that is, you have 21 days to contact the Internal Revenue Service and they will issue a release of the bank levy but you have to know how to accomplish that and how to make sure that takes place within 21 days.

If the Internal Revenue Service has sent your bank a tax levy and you wish to get an immediate release, call us today. Since 1982.

We have over 200 years of professional tax experience, over 100 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service and our staff is composed of certified public accountants, enrolled agents, and former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors.

We are true experts in IRS bank levies. As former IRS agents we have filed hundreds and hundreds of bank levies so we know the process of getting immediate releases of the documents.

When you call us we will give you a free initial tax consultation, walk you through the program and not only get you your IRS levy release but settle your case at the same time.

There is a very methodical way to get your IRS levy released.

 

THE HOW TO ABOUT IRS:

 

IRS will require a basic financial statement along with documentation and after review decide whether to put you into a currently not collectible, payment agreement or may encourage you to file an offer in compromise.

The Internal Revenue Service will have to be contacted and complete documentation of your current financial statement must be given to the Internal Revenue Service or they will make an immediate determination if the financial statement is complete.

We generally immediately send in a power of attorney for all our clients complete and prepare the financial statement along with the documentation, call the Internal Revenue Service and get immediate releases of the federal bank or wage garnishment levies.

After a review your financial statement we will be able to set up a course of strategy and get your levy released immediately.

As a general rule within 24 hours of receiving your current financial statement we can get your bank levy released by the Internal Revenue Service.

Information you need to know about the IRS bank levy.

A levy is a legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt.

IRS Levies are different from IRS liens.People easily get the two confused.

A lien is a legal claim against property to secure payment of the tax debt, while a levy actually takes the property to satisfy the tax debt.

Where does Internal Revenue Service (IRS) authority to levy originate? With congress!

The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) authorizes levies to collect delinquent tax. See IRC 6331. Any property or right to property that belongs to the taxpayer or on which there is a Federal tax lien can be levied, unless the IRC exempts the property from levy.

What actions must the Internal Revenue Service take before a levy can be issued?

 

The IRS will usually levy only after these three requirements are met:

• The IRS assessed the tax and sent you a Notice and Demand for Payment (a tax bill);

• You neglected or refused to pay the tax; and

• The IRS sent you a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing (levy notice) at least 30 days before the levy.

The IRS may give you this notice in person, leave it at your home or your usual place of business, or send it to your last known address by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested.

If you have moved and not let the Internal Revenue Service know, many tax payers find themselves between a rock and a hard place because IRS sends the last final notice to the last filed address on the tax return.

Please note: if the IRS levies your state tax refund, you may receive a Notice of Levy on Your State Tax Refund, Notice of Your Right to Hearing after the levy.

When will the IRS issue a levy or garnishment?

If IRS determines that a levy is the next appropriate action, the IRS may levy any property or right to property you own or have an interest in.

For instance, the IRS could levy property that is yours, but is held by someone else (such as your wages, retirement accounts, dividends, bank accounts, licenses, rental income, accounts receivables, the cash loan value of your life insurance, or commissions). Or, the IRS could seize and sell property that you hold (such as your car, boat or house).

IRS sends out a series of tax notices.

The Internal Revenue Service must send out a series of letters or bills. starting from a simple notice that you owe the money to and including the final notice a taxpayer can get anywhere between 2 to 5 notices depending on the amount and continued clients that may be habitual. IRS always sends out notices to the last known address on tax returns.

What if a levy on my wages, bank, or other account is causing a hardship?

If the levy on your wages is creating an immediate economic hardship, the levy must be released. If the levy on your bank account or other account is creating an immediate economic hardship, the levy may be released.

An economic hardship occurs when we have determined the levy prevents you from meeting basic, reasonable living expenses. In order for the IRS to determine if a levy is causing hardship, the IRS will usually need you to provide financial information so be prepared to provide it when you call.

A levy release does not mean you are exempt from paying the balance.

The IRS will work with you to establish a payment plan or take other steps to help you pay off the balance. To help ensure quick action, please have the fax number available for the employer, bank or other financial institution that is processing the levy.

When the levy is on a bank account, the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) provides a 21-day waiting period for complying with the levy.

The waiting period is intended to allow you time to contact the IRS and arrange to pay the tax or notify the IRS of errors in the levy.

Generally, IRS levies are delivered via the mail. The date and time of delivery of the levy is the time when the levy is considered to have been made.

In the case of a bank levy, funds in the account are frozen as of the date and time the levy is received. Normally, the levy does not affect funds you add to your bank account after the date of the levy.

 

IRS Wage Levies may Follow, the 668w

If the IRS levies (seizes) your wages, part of your wages will be sent to the IRS each pay period until:

• You make other arrangements to pay your overdue taxes,
• The amount of overdue taxes you owe is paid, or
• The levy is released.

Part of your wages may be exempt from the levy and the exempt amount will be paid to you. The exempt amount is based on the standard deduction and an “amount determined” calculated in part based on the number of dependents you are allowed for the year the levy is served.

The IRS mails Publication 1494 (PDF) with the levy which explains to your employer how to determine the amount exempt from levy.

Your employer will provide you with a Statement of Dependents and Filing Status to complete and return within three days

If you do not return the statement in three days, your exempt amount is figured as if you are married filing separately with no dependents (zero).

If you have other income sources, the IRS may allocate the exemptions to the other income source and levy on 100% of the income from a particular employer.

 

IRS Levies are different from IRS liens. Important Info

A lien is a legal claim against your property to secure payment of your tax debt, while a levy actually takes the property to satisfy the tax debt.

A federal tax lien comes into being when the IRS accesses a tax against you and sends you a bill that you neglect or refuse to pay it. The IRS files a public document, the Notice of Federal Tax Lien, to alert creditors that the government has a legal right to your property.

You have the right to appeal if the IRS advises you of the intent to file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien. Your appeal rights are explained in IRS Publication 1660, Collection Appeal Rights (PDF).

When filed, the Notice of Federal Tax Lien is a public document that alerts other creditors that the IRS is asserting a secured claim against your assets.

Credit reporting agencies may find the Notice of Federal Tax Lien and include it in your credit report. An IRS levy is not a public record.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and speak to a true IRS tax expert regarding your IRS bank levy or wage levy garnishment.

We are one of the nation’s top Christian defense tax firms. We are a local Florida tax firm. Let our experience be your best friend.

 

 Mobile, Pensacola, Ft. Walton + Owe Back IRS/State Tax Debt + Levies, Liens, Garnishments, Audits, Unfiled Tax Returns + Christian Tax Debt Services

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Michael Sullivan IRS Tax Debt Expert, File & Settle Your Tax Debt all At the Same Time, Christian IRS Tax Experts <>< Since 1982

 

We are a Christian tax firm that specializes in the offer in compromise in the various ways to settle your back IRS or State tax debt.

 

Proverbs 12:15

The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.

Proverbs 11:14

Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety.

 

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with the Internal Revenue Service.

When I was employed by the Internal Revenue Service I work the offer in compromise program. there are three general programs to settle your tax debt, the offer in compromise, the payment agreement and the hardship program but before IRS accepts any of these programs you must have all your tax returns filed and up-to-date.

We can prepare all back tax returns with or without records get them on the IRS computer and settle your tax debt all at the same time.

As a result, we know all the inside secrets the methodologies and all the back tax programs to settle back taxes available.

Not only did I accept and reject offers in compromise, I was also a teaching instructor at the service center to help qualified revenue officers decide which offers to accept and reject.

Given the above information, I can tell you I am a true expert for the IRS offer in compromise and I wish to explain to you whether an offer in compromise is a viable option for you.

Due to social media, marketing and advertising the assumption by the general public is that IRS can settle tax debt for pennies on the dollar.

Let me first let you know that IRS does accept offers in compromise and as a matter of fact last year approximately 32,000 offers in compromise were accepted out of the 78,000 that were filed.

That number varies from year to year but the percentages usually remain the same of acceptability.

The average settlement was $9500 per case but remember that is just an average in not everybody can settle their tax debt for $9500. Each case is based on its own set of circumstances. You must understand and know the formula to understand your settlement.

There is much information you need to know before you go off filing an offer of compromise and giving your money to some firm to try to pull off some amazing trick because you have been sold a bill of goods and bought in to some marketing ploy and they’ve convinced you are a settlement candidate.

The IRS Process:

 

It first starts with the review of your personal financial statement which is found on the 433 OIC.

When the offer in compromise gets sent in to the Internal Revenue Service it is met with the reviewer that make sure that you are truly qualified candidate for the offer in compromise program.

That reviewer checks the completed form to make sure it is a valid agreement. The offer in compromise is a legal document between you and the Internal Revenue Service.

If IRS were to accept the offer and the next day you win the lottery the accepted offer still stands.

Also reviewer make sure that all the documentation is attached so that the revenue officer who will work your offer in compromise can move forward.

Approximately one-third of all offers in compromise are sent back to the taxpayer because the offers are not filled out correctly or the appropriate documentation is not attached.It takes a great deal of experience to put an offer package together for acceptance to the Internal Revenue Service. There is a very definitive process that professionals use to make sure your offer in compromise is process the first time around.

IRS will check to make sure all your tax returns are current and filed on the IRS system.It is critically important you know that you must have all tax returns filed before IRS will process your offer.

You should know that the Internal Revenue Service rejects an offer before it accepts an offer. one of the basic rules is that the revenue officer is lazy and is easier to mark rejected then they go through all the work of accepting an offer in compromise.

I should know this is a former instructor of the offer in compromise I see many revenue officers simply send offers back because some of the eyes were not dotted in the T’s were not crossed.

Due to the volume of cases the IRS has, which is over 7500 cases waiting in the IRS Q, is far easier for the IRS to say no then to accept because an average of anywhere between 20 and 40 hours are spent on accepting the offer in compromise.

If you have an offer in compromise accepted, four signatures are generally required for signature as it goes up and down the chain.

So how do you know if the offer in compromise is right for you. Call for a free initial tax consultation and hear the truth from a true IRS tax debt settlement former agent.

The first place to go is to fill out the IRS pre-qualifier tool for the offer in compromise. Because of so many scrupulous tax companies that have been ripping people off, the IRS wanted to make sure the general public has a tool that they can use to find out if they are prequalified to file the offer in compromise to make sure it is a viable option. It is so very important that you know you are qualified candidate before proceeding, I can’t emphasize this enough.

It contains all the necessary information in regard to your income, your expenses and your assets and it predetermined for you whether the offer in compromise is even a viable option for you.

IRS will take a very close look at the liquidity of your assets, your current income, and your monthly expenses before it renders a decision as IRS wants to make sure it collects all the money from you that they can within the 10 year statutory period of time.

One of the questions the agent will want to consider is, can we collect more money over 10 years than accept the current agreement on the table for the IRS offer in compromise.

As a general rule, you will have to give IRS your total liquidity of all your assets before they will even consider the acceptance of an offer in compromise.

 

IRS on larger dollar cases is a tremendous amount of due diligence.

The IRS has a wealth of information on the various computers they can use to dig and find assets or income.

Why? you may ask is because all offers in compromise are open for public inspections at eight regional offices throughout the United States.

Your offer in compromise must be thoroughly documented which includes all your bank statements for the last six months to a year, all your pay stubs, all your monthly expenses along with certain documentation for assets that have value.

IRS also takes a look at the values of your pensions, your IRA, your business as well.

The offer in compromise is one of the most reviewed documents, it is like going through a mini audit.

Some of the due diligence that IRS will conduct on a larger dollar cases is checking Google, the accurate search engine, Department of Motor Vehicles, real estate records, insurance policies, credit reports, loan applications, insurance policies, and inter-government agency records including those garnered by Homeland security and other such agencies.

Before you contemplate filing the offer in compromise and wasting your money on a company that has promised you they can settle your case for pennies on the dollar, you would be wise to give us a call to have an actual former IRS agent and teaching instructor of the offer in compromise give you the green light.

You should also know if an offer in compromise is not except that you have the right to appeal it and if the appeal is not accepted you can file an offer at a later time.

When you call our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts who knows the system and can tell you what to expect and tell you how to settle for the lowest amount possible. You also may always ask us about our faith in Christ.

When you call our office will review every single back tax program available, and generally there’s three the hardship program the payment agreement program and the most popular back tax program the offer in compromise which completely settles your IRS tax debt but you must be a candidate that fits the IRS criteria.

Call us today for free initial tax consultation. We are true Christian IRS tax debt state tax debt experts since 1982 A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau.

 

 

Best IRS/ State Tax Debt Relief Help + Christian Tax Services Experts + File, Levy, Lien, Audits + Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Asheville

Michael Sullivan IRS Tax Debt Expert, Christian IRS Tax Experts <>< Since 1982

 

While there are many excellent companies in the tax relief and tax solution vertical we believe that we are one of the better companies do our years of experience, company history and the amount of success we have with our clients.

We have over 200 years of professional tax experience in over 100 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service and the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service.

We can go ahead and settle an IRS or state tax debt file any tax returns with or without records and represent you before any federal or state government and get you the best results possible due to our years of experience and negotiation history.

On our staff are former IRS agents, managers, supervisors, and teaching instructors we handle everything from an IRS notice to going to appeals and obviously anything in between we are true IRS and state tax debt help experts. We know every possible relief because of our years of experience working the system.

 

Proverbs 12:15

The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.

Proverbs 11:14

Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety.

When you call please feel free to ask us about our faith.

 

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with the Internal Revenue Service.

When I was employed by the Internal Revenue Service I worked the offer in compromise program.

There are three general programs to settle your tax debt, the offer in compromise, the payment agreement and the hardship program but before IRS accepts any of these programs you must have all your tax returns filed and up-to-date.

We can prepare all back tax returns with or without records get them on the IRS computer and settle your tax debt all at the same time.

As a result, we know all the inside secrets the methodologies and all the back tax programs to settle back taxes available.

Not only did I accept and reject offers in compromise, I was also a teaching instructor at the service center to help qualified revenue officers decide which offers to accept and reject.

Given the above information, I can tell you I am a true expert for the IRS offer in compromise and I wish to explain to you whether an offer in compromise is a viable option for you.

Due to social media, marketing and advertising the assumption by the general public is that IRS can settle tax debt for pennies on the dollar.

Let me first let you know that IRS does accept offers in compromise and as a matter of fact last year approximately 32,000 offers in compromise were accepted out of the 78,000 that were filed.

That number varies from year to year but the percentages usually remain the same of acceptability.

 

The average settlement was $9500 per case but remember that is just an average in not everybody can settle their tax debt for $9500.

 

There is much information you need to know before you go off filing an offer of compromise and giving your money to some firm to try to pull off some amazing trick because you have been sold a bill of goods and bought in to some marketing ploy and they’ve convinced you are a settlement candidate.

 

The IRS Process:

 

It first starts with the review of your personal financial statement which is found on the 433 OIC.

When the offer in compromise gets sent in to the Internal Revenue Service it is met with the reviewer that make sure that you are truly qualified candidate for the offer in compromise program.

That reviewer checks the completed form to make sure it is a valid agreement. The offer in compromise is a legal document between you and the Internal Revenue Service.

If IRS were to accept the offer and the next day you win the lottery the accepted offer still stands.

Also reviewer make sure that all the documentation is attached so that the revenue officer who will work your offer in compromise can move forward.

Approximately one-third of all offers in compromise are sent back to the taxpayer because the offers are not filled out correctly or the appropriate documentation is not attached.

IRS will check to make sure all your tax returns are current and filed on the IRS system.It is critically important you know that you must have all tax returns filed before IRS will process your offer.

You should know that the Internal Revenue Service rejects an offer before it accepts an offer. one of the basic rules is that the revenue officer is lazy and is easier to mark rejected then they go through all the work of accepting an offer in compromise.

I should know this is a former instructor of the offer in compromise I see many revenue officers simply send offers back because some of the eyes were not dotted in the T’s were not crossed.

Due to the volume of cases the IRS has, which is over 7500 cases waiting in the IRS Q, is far easier for the IRS to say no then to accept because an average of anywhere between 20 and 40 hours are spent on accepting the offer in compromise. Obviously, the easier case the last time the more complicated cases concerning business and large dollar much greater.

If you have an offer in compromise accepted, four signatures are generally required for signature as it goes up and down the chain.

So how do you know if the offer in compromise is right for you. Call for a free initial tax consultation and hear the truth from a true IRS tax debt settlement former agent.

The first place to go is to fill out the IRS pre-qualifier tool for the offer in compromise. Because of so many scrupulous tax companies that have been ripping people off, the IRS wanted to make sure the general public has a tool that they can use to find out if they are prequalified to file the offer in compromise to make sure it is a viable option.

It contains all the necessary information in regard to your income, your expenses and your assets and it predetermined for you whether the offer in compromise is even a viable option for you.

IRS will take a very close look at the liquidity of your assets, your current income, and your monthly expenses before it renders a decision as IRS wants to make sure it collects all the money from you that they can within the 10 year statutory period of time.

One of the questions the agent will want to consider is, can we collect more money over 10 years than accept the current agreement on the table for the IRS offer in compromise.

As a general rule, you will have to give IRS your total liquidity of all your assets before they will even consider the acceptance of an offer in compromise.

IRS on larger dollar cases is a tremendous amount of due diligence.

The IRS has a wealth of information on the various computers they can use to dig and find assets or income.

Why? you may ask is because all offers in compromise are open for public inspections at eight regional offices throughout the United States.

Your offer in compromise must be thoroughly documented which includes all your bank statements for the last six months to a year, all your pay stubs, all your monthly expenses along with certain documentation for assets that have value.

 and

The offer in compromise is one of the most reviewed documents, it is like going through a mini audit.

Some of the due diligence that IRS will conduct on a larger dollar cases is checking Google, the accurate search engine, Department of Motor Vehicles, real estate records, insurance policies, credit reports, loan applications, insurance policies, and inter-government agency records including those garnered by Homeland security and other such agencies.

Before you contemplate filing the offer in compromise and wasting your money on a company that has promised you they can settle your case for pennies on the dollar, you would be wise to give us a call to have an actual former IRS agent and teaching instructor of the offer in compromise give you the green light.

You should also know if an offer in compromise is not except that you have the right to appeal it and if the appeal is not accepted you can file an offer at a later time.

When you call our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts who knows the system and can tell you what to expect and tell you how to settle for the lowest amount possible.

When you call our office will review every single back tax program available, and generally there’s three the hardship program the payment agreement program and the most popular back tax program the offer in compromise which completely settles your IRS tax debt but you must be a candidate that fits the IRS criteria.

 

Unfiled tax returns

if you have unfiled tax returns with or without records we can prepare your back tax returns and assure that you pay the lowest amount allowed by la,w, please keep in mind that the Internal Revenue Service can file your returns if you don’t under 6020 B the Internal Revenue Code.

 

IRS tax levies

if you have received a bank or wage garnishment notice, call us today and within 24 hours after receiving your current documented financial statement we can get federal or state relief from a tax levy.

 

IRS tax lien

if the Internal Revenue Service has filed a tax lien and need information to get help releasing the tax lien, call us today and we can review you the various programs involved in releasing the IRS tax lien.

 

IRS audits

if the Internal Revenue Service has ssent you are nasty gram or you have a correspondence, office or revenue agent audit, call us today and you will receive the very best audit representation from former IRS agents who know the system.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation, you will hear nothing but the truth from former IRS agents who know and understand the methodologies of the offer in compromise to make sure it is right for you.

 

 please note you can call us, Skype us for free initial  consultation.

Best IRS/State Tax Debt Relief + Expert Christian Tax Help + Unfiled Returns, Levies, Liens, Audit = Chattanooga, Birmingham, Anniston, Tuscaloosa

Michael Sullivan IRS Tax Debt Expert, File & Settle Your Tax Debt all At the Same Time <>< Christian IRS Tax Experts <>< Since 1982

 

While there are many excellent companies in the tax relief and tax solution vertical we believe that we are one of the better companies do our years of experience, company history and the amount of success we have with our clients.

We have over 200 years of professional tax experience in over 100 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service and the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service.

We can go ahead and settle an IRS or state tax debt file any tax returns with or without records and represent you before any federal or state government and get you the best results possible due to our years of experience and negotiation history.

 

Proverbs 12:15

The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.

Proverbs 11:14

Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety.

When you call please feel free to ask us about our faith.

 

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with the Internal Revenue Service.

When I was employed by the Internal Revenue Service I worked the offer in compromise program.

There are three general programs to settle your tax debt, the offer in compromise, the payment agreement and the hardship program but before IRS accepts any of these programs you must have all your tax returns filed and up-to-date.

We can prepare all back tax returns with or without records get them on the IRS computer and settle your tax debt all at the same time.

As a result, we know all the inside secrets the methodologies and all the back tax programs to settle back taxes available.

Not only did I accept and reject offers in compromise, I was also a teaching instructor at the service center to help qualified revenue officers decide which offers to accept and reject.

Given the above information, I can tell you I am a true expert for the IRS offer in compromise and I wish to explain to you whether an offer in compromise is a viable option for you.

Due to social media, marketing and advertising the assumption by the general public is that IRS can settle tax debt for pennies on the dollar.

Let me first let you know that IRS does accept offers in compromise and as a matter of fact last year approximately 32,000 offers in compromise were accepted out of the 78,000 that were filed.

That number varies from year to year but the percentages usually remain the same of acceptability.

 

The average settlement was $9500 per case but remember that is just an average in not everybody can settle their tax debt for $9500.

 

There is much information you need to know before you go off filing an offer of compromise and giving your money to some firm to try to pull off some amazing trick because you have been sold a bill of goods and bought in to some marketing ploy and they’ve convinced you are a settlement candidate.

 

The IRS Process:

 

It first starts with the review of your personal financial statement which is found on the 433 OIC.

When the offer in compromise gets sent in to the Internal Revenue Service it is met with the reviewer that make sure that you are truly qualified candidate for the offer in compromise program.

That reviewer checks the completed form to make sure it is a valid agreement. The offer in compromise is a legal document between you and the Internal Revenue Service.

If IRS were to accept the offer and the next day you win the lottery the accepted offer still stands.

Also reviewer make sure that all the documentation is attached so that the revenue officer who will work your offer in compromise can move forward.

Approximately one-third of all offers in compromise are sent back to the taxpayer because the offers are not filled out correctly or the appropriate documentation is not attached.

IRS will check to make sure all your tax returns are current and filed on the IRS system.It is critically important you know that you must have all tax returns filed before IRS will process your offer.

You should know that the Internal Revenue Service rejects an offer before it accepts an offer. one of the basic rules is that the revenue officer is lazy and is easier to mark rejected then they go through all the work of accepting an offer in compromise.

I should know this is a former instructor of the offer in compromise I see many revenue officers simply send offers back because some of the eyes were not dotted in the T’s were not crossed.

Due to the volume of cases the IRS has, which is over 7500 cases waiting in the IRS Q, is far easier for the IRS to say no then to accept because an average of anywhere between 20 and 40 hours are spent on accepting the offer in compromise. Obviously, the easier case the last time the more complicated cases concerning business and large dollar much greater.

If you have an offer in compromise accepted, four signatures are generally required for signature as it goes up and down the chain.

So how do you know if the offer in compromise is right for you. Call for a free initial tax consultation and hear the truth from a true IRS tax debt settlement former agent.

The first place to go is to fill out the IRS pre-qualifier tool for the offer in compromise. Because of so many scrupulous tax companies that have been ripping people off, the IRS wanted to make sure the general public has a tool that they can use to find out if they are prequalified to file the offer in compromise to make sure it is a viable option.

It contains all the necessary information in regard to your income, your expenses and your assets and it predetermined for you whether the offer in compromise is even a viable option for you.

IRS will take a very close look at the liquidity of your assets, your current income, and your monthly expenses before it renders a decision as IRS wants to make sure it collects all the money from you that they can within the 10 year statutory period of time.

One of the questions the agent will want to consider is, can we collect more money over 10 years than accept the current agreement on the table for the IRS offer in compromise.

As a general rule, you will have to give IRS your total liquidity of all your assets before they will even consider the acceptance of an offer in compromise.

IRS on larger dollar cases is a tremendous amount of due diligence.

The IRS has a wealth of information on the various computers they can use to dig and find assets or income.

Why? you may ask is because all offers in compromise are open for public inspections at eight regional offices throughout the United States.

Your offer in compromise must be thoroughly documented which includes all your bank statements for the last six months to a year, all your pay stubs, all your monthly expenses along with certain documentation for assets that have value.

IRS also takes a look at the values of your pensions, your IRA, your business as well.

The offer in compromise is one of the most reviewed documents, it is like going through a mini audit.

Some of the due diligence that IRS will conduct on a larger dollar cases is checking Google, the accurate search engine, Department of Motor Vehicles, real estate records, insurance policies, credit reports, loan applications, insurance policies, and inter-government agency records including those garnered by Homeland security and other such agencies.

Before you contemplate filing the offer in compromise and wasting your money on a company that has promised you they can settle your case for pennies on the dollar, you would be wise to give us a call to have an actual former IRS agent and teaching instructor of the offer in compromise give you the green light.

You should also know if an offer in compromise is not except that you have the right to appeal it and if the appeal is not accepted you can file an offer at a later time.

When you call our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts who knows the system and can tell you what to expect and tell you how to settle for the lowest amount possible.

When you call our office will review every single back tax program available, and generally there’s three the hardship program the payment agreement program and the most popular back tax program the offer in compromise which completely settles your IRS tax debt but you must be a candidate that fits the IRS criteria.

 

Unfiled tax returns

if you have unfiled tax returns with or without records we can prepare your back tax returns and assure that you pay the lowest amount allowed by la,w, please keep in mind that the Internal Revenue Service can file your returns if you don’t under 6020 B the Internal Revenue Code.

 

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if you have received a bank or wage garnishment notice, call us today and within 24 hours after receiving your current documented financial statement we can get federal or state relief from a tax levy.

 

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if the Internal Revenue Service has filed a tax lien and need information to get help releasing the tax lien, call us today and we can review you the various programs involved in releasing the IRS tax lien.

 

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if the Internal Revenue Service has ssent you are nasty gram or you have a correspondence, office or revenue agent audit, call us today and you will receive the very best audit representation from former IRS agents who know the system.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation, you will hear nothing but the truth from former IRS agents who know and understand the methodologies of the offer in compromise to make sure it is right for you.

 

 

 

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The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.

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Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety.

 

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with the Internal Revenue Service.

When I was employed by the Internal Revenue Service I work the offer in compromise program.

 

PROGRAMS: IRS & State Tax Programs:

 

There are three general programs both used by the state and federal governments. As a general rule you can be placed into current hardships, or your case can be placed in installment and monthly payment agreements or you can  try to sell your debt to the various programs offered by state agencies or the Department of treasury the Internal Revenue Service which program is called the offer in compromise.

 

We can prepare all back tax returns with or without records get them on the IRS computer and settle your tax debt all at the same time.

As a result, we know all the inside secrets the methodologies and all the back tax programs to settle back taxes available.

Not only did I accept and reject offers in compromise, I was also a teaching instructor at the service center to help qualified revenue officers decide which offers to accept and reject.

Given the above information, I can tell you I am a true expert for the IRS offer in compromise and I wish to explain to you whether an offer in compromise is a viable option for you.

Due to social media, marketing and advertising the assumption by the general public is that IRS can settle tax debt for pennies on the dollar.

Let me first let you know that IRS does accept offers in compromise and as a matter of fact last year approximately 32,000 offers in compromise were accepted out of the 78,000 that  as an out he just saidwere filed.

That number varies from year to year but the percentages usually remain the same of acceptability.

The average settlement was $9500 per case but remember that is just an average in not everybody can settle their tax debt for $9500.

There is much information you need to know before you go off filing an offer of compromise and giving your money to some firm to try to pull off some amazing trick because you have been sold a bill of goods and bought in to some marketing ploy and they’ve convinced you are a settlement candidate.

 

The IRS Process:

 

It first starts with the review of your personal financial statement which is found on the 433 OIC.

When the offer in compromise gets sent in to the Internal Revenue Service it is met with the reviewer that make sure that you are truly qualified candidate for the offer in compromise program.

That reviewer checks the completed form to make sure it is a valid agreement. The offer in compromise is a legal document between you and the Internal Revenue Service.

If IRS were to accept the offer and the next day you win the lottery the accepted offer still stands.

Also reviewer make sure that all the documentation is attached so that the revenue officer who will work your offer in compromise can move forward.

Approximately one-third of all offers in compromise are sent back to the taxpayer because the offers are not filled out correctly or the appropriate documentation is not attached.

IRS will check to make sure all your tax returns are current and filed on the IRS system. Not only do your taxes have to be current with filing but IRS is also going to check to make sure your current on your withholding or your estimate tax payments.

It is critically important you know that you must have all tax returns filed before IRS will process your offer.

You should know that the Internal Revenue Service rejects an offer before it accepts an offer. one of the basic rules is that the revenue officer is lazy and is easier to mark rejected then they go through all the work of accepting an offer in compromise.

I should know this is a former instructor of the offer in compromise I see many revenue officers simply send offers back because some of the eyes were not dotted in the T’s were not crossed.

 

Due to the volume of cases the IRS has, which is over 7500 cases waiting in the IRS Q, is far easier for the IRS to say no then to accept because an average of anywhere between 20 and 40 hours are spent on accepting the offer in compromise.

 

If you have an offer in compromise accepted, four signatures are generally required for signature as it goes up and down the chain.

So how do you know if the offer in compromise is right for you. Call for a free initial tax consultation and hear the truth from a true IRS tax debt settlement former agent.

The first place to go is to fill out the IRS pre-qualifier tool for the offer in compromise. Because of so many scrupulous tax companies that have been ripping people off, the IRS wanted to make sure the general public has a tool that they can use to find out if they are prequalified to file the offer in compromise to make sure it is a viable option.

It contains all the necessary information in regard to your income, your expenses and your assets and it predetermined for you whether the offer in compromise is even a viable option for you.

IRS will take a very close look at the liquidity of your assets, your current income, and your monthly expenses before it renders a decision as IRS wants to make sure it collects all the money from you that they can within the 10 year statutory period of time.

One of the questions the agent will want to consider is, can we collect more money over 10 years than accept the current agreement on the table for the IRS offer in compromise. Keep this in mind, the IRS collection statute for IRS to collect back taxes is 10 years from the date of assessment.

As a general rule, you will have to give IRS your total liquidity of all your assets before they will even consider the acceptance of an offer in compromise.

IRS on larger dollar cases is a tremendous amount of due diligence.

The IRS has a wealth of information on the various computers they can use to dig and find assets or income.

Why? you may ask is because all offers in compromise are open for public inspections at eight regional offices throughout the United States.

Your offer in compromise must be thoroughly documented which includes all your bank statements for the last six months to a year, all your pay stubs, all your monthly expenses along with certain documentation for assets that have value.

IRS also takes a look at the values of your pensions, your IRA, your business as well.

The offer in compromise is one of the most reviewed documents, it is like going through a mini audit.

Some of the due diligence that IRS will conduct on a larger dollar cases is checking Google, the accurate search engine, Department of Motor Vehicles, real estate records, insurance policies, credit reports, loan applications, insurance policies, and inter-government agency records including those garnered by Homeland security and other such agencies.

Before you contemplate filing the offer in compromise and wasting your money on a company that has promised you they can settle your case for pennies on the dollar, you would be wise to give us a call to have an actual former IRS agent and teaching instructor of the offer in compromise give you the green light.

You should also know if an offer in compromise is not except that you have the right to appeal it and if the appeal is not accepted you can file an offer at a later time.

When you call our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts who knows the system and can tell you what to expect and tell you how to settle for the lowest amount possible.

When you call our office will review every single back tax program available, and generally there’s three the hardship program the payment agreement program and the most popular back tax program the offer in compromise which completely settles your IRS tax debt but you must be a candidate that fits the IRS criteria.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation, you will hear nothing but the truth from former IRS agents who know and understand the methodologies of the offer in compromise to make sure it is right for you.

 

 

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If you have any problem with the Internal Revenue Service it only makes sense to hire former IRS agents who know the system. We are a biblical based tax firm. Feel free to ask us about our Christian faith.

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Our firm has over 100 years of direct IRS work experience in the local, district and regional offices. Our staff is composed of former IRS agents, supervisors, managers, and teaching instructors.

As a result of all our knowledge, we know all the systems, methodologies, and every possible way possible to get you the fastest, most affordable, and the most effective IRS tax debt relief possible.

IRS deals with billions of dollars of tax debt on any given calendar year.

IRS has a very specific system that is used, that is a nationwide and/or worldwide system to deal with IRS tax debt.

 

HOW IRS WORKS TAX DEBT CASES ON BACK TAXES

 

When dealing with a taxpayer who owes back taxes, one of the first things IRS does when they work a case is to conduct a full compliance check.

A full compliance check means that the IRS will check on the filing statuses of every year to make sure you are in full compliance and they will request and mandate that all tax returns are on the IRS system before they will close your case off the enforcement computer.

If you have not filed all tax returns we can file all back tax returns and make sure you pay the lowest amount of tax by law. With or without tax records we can reconstruct your tax return because being former IRS agents we know the system. You should also know that if you have not filed for many back years IRS will only require filing of the last six years.

In some cases you can make an IRS payment agreement online if you meet the various requirements that IRS has. When you call our office we will let you know whether you qualify for an installment payment online.

For those of you who do not qualify for an online payment the Internal Revenue Service will require a current financial statement.

As a general rule, those financial statements will be on a form 433F, 433A.

If the cases at the service center the service center will request the F and if it is in the local office they will require the A. The Internal Revenue Service will a current financial statement fully documented along with bank statements, pay stubs, and copies of all expenses.

IRS will look to see if you have any assets that you can liquidate to pay in full and if that cannot be done there are two other options.

The first is the payment agreement and the second, you can be deemed currently not collectible and IRS can put you in a hardship status if you are truly having a financial hardship in your life.

Some taxpayers can qualify for an offer in compromise which they can settle their debt for pennies on a dollar.

Upon calling our office we first try to find out if you can settle your debt to completely extinguish the liability.

The offer in compromise is the very best way to completely take care of your IRS debt. There are very specific formulas to settle your debt and we make sure you are a qualified candidate to settle your IRS debt before taking any money and working your case.C

 

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and we will let you know the best possible status given your current financial statement.

We are a full-service firm we can prepare all back tax returns, settle your case if necessary, and we can go to appeals if necessary. All our work is handled in-house by true IRS tax experts on IRS tax debt relief for back taxes.

When you call our office, you will speak to a true IRS tax expert and not a salesperson like most companies. Many times we share prayers with clients over the phone because many are caught up with the stress and worry and anxiety of their IRS situation their financial life or some find ourselves in a crisis.

We are a nationwide tax firm that does work not only in these United States but all over the world for any US citizen or any person that owes taxes to the United States Department of the Treasury.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Listen to advice and accept instruction, that you may gain wisdom in the future.

 

Since 1982 we have been resolving IRS tax issues and we have an amazing history of successful client work and satisfied customers and that is due to the experience we have in dealing with IRS tax problems and tax issues and IRS tax relief.

On staff are Christian Former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors who were supervisors and managers while working at the Internal Revenue Service.

As a result of all of our work experience, we understand the methodologies and all the procedures to close IRS cases in the most prudent and affordable manner.

Upon your initial consultation in almost all cases we will let you know how your tax case will resolve itself and exactly how much it will cost you.

We have worked thousands of cases since 1982 and know the most efficient way to get you where you need to be.

You will never have to speak to Internal Revenue Service we will handle all communication with you to you and with the Internal Revenue Service
IRS Tax Relief Programs

 

Many taxpayers for a variety of reasons cannot qualify for an offer in compromise and IRS has four other buckets of ways they close cases once they were open in the IRS collections.

 

They are as followed:

Hardship, payment agreement, statute of expiration, bankruptcy, offer in compromise.

1. For those who are financially strapped and qualify, IRS has a currently non-collectible program in which taxpayers who qualify IRS will temporarily suspend their case between one and three years and then kick the case out later and re-review the financial statement.

Approximately 40% of all people who are in the current IRS collection Q wind up in a temporarily non-collectible file.

2. While other people based on their current financial statement can make a payment arrangement with the Internal Revenue Service. Approximately 6.5 billion people wind up in payment agreements because of their current financial statement. The Internal Revenue Service will use the national standard test to make sure the agreement is fair and reasonable.

3.Others qualify because the statute of limitation has expired on their tax assessments. As a general rule IRS has approximately 10 years to collect all cases. we can pull IRS tax transcripts to find out how close you are to having your statute of limitations expired.

4. While others can file Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding. We were review with you each of the criteria when you call us.

5. Offers in Compromise

 

We are AFFORDABLE IRS specialist experts for the Offer in Compromise for those wishing to settle their IRS tax debt. Former IRS Agents, since 1982. Former IRS OIC Specialist.

 

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor of the offer in compromise or tax debt settlement program along with other IRS programs and systems.

We have over 60 years of direct work experience in the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service. We are true IRS experts who understand the IRS collection system.

All our work is done in-house and we are used by other firms to do their backend work.

You can call us today for free initial tax consultation and find out if you are a true offer in compromise tax debt settlement candidate.

 

Due to the IRS new fresh start initiative set out by the Internal Revenue Service many more taxpayers are eligible for the tax debt settlement.

Before a taxpayer or client thinks about the filing of an offer in compromise they should check out the IRS offer in compromise pre-qualifier tool first.

You can walk to the pre-qualifier tool on our site or call us today to learn more about it.

We will not file an offer in compromise or accept any fee for any client unless we know they are qualified for the program.

So if we send in your offer in compromise, you probably do have a pretty good chance of getting it accepted.

It is important to know you will that all back tax returns will have to be filed, up-to-date and current on the IRS computer system before the Internal Revenue Service will accept an offer in compromise.

 

IRS Tax Statistics for the OIC

Last year there were 78,000 offers in compromise were filed with the Internal Revenue Service, 38% of those were accepted for an average of $6500 per case.

Keep in mind this is a national average and varies from case to case is completely dependent on your current financial statement.

About 20% of all offers in compromise go to the Appellate Division for settlement.

You should know that not everyone is an offer in compromise candidate to settle their tax debt.

Make sure you are eligible for the OIC.

Before IRS can consider your offer, you must be current with all filing and payment requirements.

You are not eligible if you are in an open bankruptcy proceeding.

Submitting your offer or OIC to the Internal Revenue Service.

You’ll find step-by-step instructions and all the forms for submitting an offer in the Offer in Compromise Booklet, Form 656-B (PDF).

Your completed offer package will include:

• Form 433-A (OIC) (individuals) or 433-B (OIC) (businesses) and all required documentation as specified on the forms;

• Form 656(s) – individual and business tax debt (Corporation/ LLC/ Partnership) must be submitted on separate Form 656;

• $186 application fee (non-refundable); and

• Initial payment (non-refundable) for each Form 656.

 

Selecting a payment option for the offer in compromise program

 

Your initial payment will vary based on your offer and the payment option you choose:

• IRS Lump Sum Cash:

Submit an initial payment of 20 percent of the total offer amount with your application. Wait for written acceptance, then pay the remaining balance of the offer in five or fewer payments.

• IRS Periodic Payment:

 

Submit your initial payment with your application. Continue to pay the remaining balance in monthly installments while the IRS considers your offer.

If accepted, you must continue to pay monthly until it is paid in full.

While your offer in compromise is being evaluated:

• Your non-refundable payments and fees will be applied to the tax liability (you may designate payments to a specific tax year and tax debt);

• A Notice of Federal Tax Lien may be filed;

• Other collection activities are suspended;

• The legal assessment and collection period is extended;

• Make all required payments associated with your offer;

• You are not required to make payments on an existing installment agreement; and

• Your offer is automatically accepted if the IRS does not make a determination within two years of the IRS receipt date.

 

As a side note, taxpayers should be aware that all tax returns must be filed before they can have an approved offer in compromise.

Before IRS will any case to settle your tax debt they will want all tax returns filed and they will want to make sure you are current on your ES payments or your withholding in the current year we are in.

We could prepare all back returns for you with little or no records.

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