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Afraid To File Back Taxes Returns? STOP THE WORRY + Former IRS, Ft.Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton, Palm Beaches

Use Former IRS Agents and Managers who can get you back in the system worry free.

 

We are a local South Florida tax firm whose former IRS agents worked out of the local South Florida offices.

We’ve also worked out of the district and regional offices as managers, supervisors and teaching instructors. We have worked in the system since 1973 and are some of the top-notch experts for filing back tax returns in obtaining a settlement all at the same time.

 

You can file back file back tax returns and settle all at the same time why, because we know the system.

We have over 100 years of combined IRS experience and know the protocols and the systems to make this a very simple and affordable process.

With or without records we can file unfiled, back or late tax returns and settle your case all at the same time.

 

The bottom line is, we know the system.Since 1982 we have been working tax cases and prior to that we worked at the Internal Revenue Service as revenue officers, revenue agents, office orders, managers, supervisors and teaching instructors. We know the system inside and out and know the exact methodologies to close your case without worry.

Many taxpayers fail to file back tax returns because they are afraid of what IRS will do, but at some point in time IRS will demand that your tax returns be filed. After working thousands of cases we have found that after the first year, many taxpayers just bury their head in the sand hoping the problem will go away.

The IRS computer system

The taxpayer should know that IRS does not catch up to you in the first year but after IRS receives a W-2 or a 1099 the hunt starts. IRS has a multitude of resources to find out where you bank and were you work so it is in your best interest to make sure your tax returns are filed.

If you do not file the returns IRS has the right under 6020b of the Internal Revenue Code to file your tax returns for you. If they do you will pay the highest amount of tax by law.

Many people do not receive their 6020 B notice advising them that IRS created a tax assessment against them and wake up one day finding out that their wages have been garnished or their bank account has been levy or seized. Many times taxpayers move and leave no forwarding so the IRS is free to do what they wish to.

Other people do not file because they have lost their records  and now they’re stuck and have no idea what the next step is.

We have a unique way of reconstructing your tax return because of our experience at the IRS and knowing the formulas to complete tax return.

If someone has lost the records or cannot find all their records to complete your tax return with one call we can explain our process to you and get you back on the road to recovery to file all your back tax returns and work out a settlement all at the same time  without worry, fear, and anxiety from the Internal Revenue Service.

Once we file a power of attorney, the Internal Revenue Service is not allowed to contact you and all communications must go through our offices.

We are your insurance and best tax defense against the Internal Revenue Service.

How the IRS will work your open collection case.

If you will money to the Internal Revenue Service they will require a current financial statement on a form 433 a or 433F.

The Internal Revenue Service will want to see complete documentation on that form with copies of bank statements, pay stubs, expenses, before it makes a determination on how they will close your case.

As a general rule, the IRS has 3 closing buckets that they usually put you one.

IRS can either put you into:

1.currently non-collectible or hardship case which stays in the system for 1 to 3 years,

2.IRS may put you into an installment payment, or,

3.you could be settlement eligible for a settlement called an offer in compromise.

When you call us today for a free initial tax consultation we will walk you through the process to get your tax returns filed and settle your case all at the same time for affordable professional pricing.

 

Afraid To File Back Taxes Returns? STOP THE WORRY + Former IRS, Ft.Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton, Palm Beaches

 

Unfiled Tax Return + Lost Tax Records, File and Settle All At The Same Time, Former IRS Agents

As former IRS agents we can file all back tax returns and settle your tax debt all at the same time. Since 1982 A+ rated by the BBB.

 

We have over 95 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service and the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service.

We know the system inside and out we can help you file your back taxes and reach a settlement with Internal Revenue Service.

With or without tax records we can reconstruct your tax return and get this problem behind you once and for all.

Stop the worry right now and let true tax professionals help file your back taxes.

Get immediate relief today. Let Former IRS Agents and Managers who know the system. We can solve you problem fast and for affordable pricing.

We can file all your back, past due or last tax returns and if you owe money we can work out a IRS Settlement.

Filing Back Taxes

 

If you do not file your back tax returns IRS can file your tax returns for you and this will cause you more problems than you can ever think.

We can file back tax returns for you even if you have little or no tax records.

We can do this quickly, efficiently, and at affordable rates.

As Former IRS Agents, Managers and Instructors we have reconstructed thousands of back tax returns for individuals, businesses and corporate entities.

Stop the worry right now, let our years at IRS be your best asset.

 

We can not only file all back years, but we can also work out a tax settlement so you can go on with your life worry-free.

What happens if you do not file a back tax return

 

It’s important to understand the ramifications of not filing a past due return and the steps that the IRS will take.

Taxpayers who don’t file a past due return or contact the IRS are subject to the following:

 

1. Penalties and Interest will be assessed and will increase the amount of tax due,

2. The IRS will file a substitute return for you. But this return is based only on information the IRS has from other sources allowing no exemptions or deductions or business expenses,

3. You lose Social Security credits.

Once the tax is assessed, the IRS will start the collection process, which can include placing a levy on wages or bank accounts or filing a federal tax lien against your property.

Filing Back Taxes Help – If IRS has already filed for you.

 

Even if the IRS has already filed a substitute return, it still makes sense for you to file your own return to make sure you take advantage of all the exemptions, credits, and deductions you are allowed. The IRS will generally adjust your account to reflect the correct figures. g

 

IRS 6020 B of Back Taxes Spells Trouble

IRS files thousands of back tax returns each year under the IRC provision of 6020B. As former IRS agents we filed back taxes for taxpayers when we were employed by the IRS. This process of filing by the IRS is called SRF or Substitute Tax Return process, and we understand exactly how it works.

The process of SRF works like this: IRS conducts matching programs each and every year on their CADE 2 system, which matches all W-2’s and 1099’s.

If the computer finds no tax return posted against the W-2’s or 1099’s the IRS will prepare a SRF tax returns. This is not what you want to happen, so if you can correct the situation, you should.

IRS will not do you a favor filing your SRF return for back taxes. IRS will only give you the standard deductions, and nothing more.

From there the IRS will send out 2-3 notices, which, if you don’t respond, they’ll then send Notices of Federal Tax Levy, both Bank levy’s and Wage garnishment levy’s.

They will continue to levy until they get your attention. After that, the IRS will follow that up with a Filing of the Notice of Federal Tax Lien.

Do not be left in the hands of IRS to file your back tax returns. Get Filing Back Taxes Help.

If the IRS filed your tax returns thru SRF, call us today to immediately correct the situation. If the IRS filed your tax return, we can file correct returns and correct the misstated tax liability.

When the IRS prepares your tax return, the general rule of thumb is that overstatement of tax is least 5 times of the total tax. In some cases, taxpayers never even owed the tax.

We can file correct tax returns to lower and adjust the overstated tax and work out a tax settlement that you can live with. This process is called an audit reconsideration.

As former IRS Agents, Managers and Instructors for over 60 years with the Internal Revenue Service at the local, district and regional offices, we are experts at reconstructing tax returns, filing back taxes and tax settlements.

We have prepared thousands of back tax returns since 1982.

Lost tax records, not a problem.

 

Not only will we reconstruct your tax return, but we will also work out a settlement agreement with the Internal Revenue Service if you owe them back taxes. If you do not have any records as former IRS agents we know the exact process to reconstruct your tax returns and assure you will pay the lowest amount  allowed by law.

We know the system, we know the methodologies, and we know the best and most affordable way to solve your IRS tax problem.

 

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Former IRS Agent + Expert IRS Appeals Tax Defense + IRS Audit & Collection Matters

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor. We can provide the best possible IRS appeals defense for IRS audit and collection matters, since 1982.

 

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

Our former IRS agents worked as managers and supervisors in the IRS tax audit division and we know every single way imaginable way to provide you the best possible tax defense if you are going through a IRS tax audit.

If you have received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service stating that you are going through an IRS tax audit, contact us today and we will walk you through the process of what to expect and how to prepare the best tax defense.

If you wish to appeal the findings of the local IRS agent, we can provide the best possible appellate tax defense for going forward.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and understand why we are considered the best IRS tax audit help defense.

Many people ask us how IRS determines their cases when cases get into the appellate process. below you will find out some of the standards they use in evaluating your case.

IRS Hazards of litigation.

I am a former IRS agent and teaching instructor. I have over 40 years of experience with the Internal Revenue Service and in private practice. If you need help representation please feel free to call us today.

As a general rule after practicing over 40 years of tax experience, I have found I get a better result going to the appeals division. I feel that you have a more seasoned person looking at the case who is much more able to settle the case based on their years of experience. You will find the Appellate Division much more flexible.

Many times in the local office you do not know what you’re going to get from the field agent working the case. It is a lot easier many times to convince the appeals officer based on certain common senses. Many times a local office will see things black-and-white and the appeals agent sees things in the gray and are quicker to settle cases.

But keep in mind, you cannot have any frivolous arguments, you must have some sort of case before bringing it forward.

If you work a lot of cases that frequently go to appeals you can start building a reputation of a solid practitioner versus a scammer. It is best generally for your client and for your reputation to send solid work to the appeals office.

A LAYMAN’S LOOK AT THE HAZARDS PROCESS

 

am attempting here to lay out a layman’s look at the hazards of litigation and what the appellate officer will look at as a case comes their way.

As a general rule, the appellate officer receives the entire case from the collection division or the audit division with all the notes and the entire case file.

Generally, the Appellate Division will get involved in the case from the audit or collection division in which the taxpayer is unsatisfied based on the result of the current field agent working the case and asked for a hearing in the appeals division.

The agent will carefully look at the case and then send out their appointment letter. They want to try to understand the case first before the appointment letters go out.

It is critically important for the practitioner of the taxpayer to respectfully and respond to all-time dated requests. You do not want to do anything to upset the appeals agent and their timelines in the handling of these cases.

Case files sent by the practitioner to appeals should be very organized, well documented and placed in tabs if necessary. Good case appearance is very important to the appellate agent can make their way through the case easily.

IRS management is very time conscious on cases and as a general rule, they do not like having overage cases in their inventory and many times both management and the agents are written up because of poor time management.

The appeals division is there to make a lasting final decision before the case could go to Tax Court.

The appeal officer does not want the case to go to court and they do their best to settle the case if in fact it can be settled on a reasonable basis. However,’s there are certain factors that the IRS appellate agent must consider before settlement.

If the case goes the Tax Court the IRS does not want to lose because it can alter future decisions and this can have a devastating effect on future cases going forward. If they lose the case it looks bad on the appellate agent, the supervisor’s management and the district in which the decision was ruled.

An Example:

The appellate agent looks at the case and based on the facts and circumstances. If feel they have an 8/10 chance of winning the case, many times they can offer an 80% reduction in the total tax. Before the agent sends out a letter offering a reduction, the case is reviewed with their supervisor to make sure this is consistent with the IRS overall goal so it does not affect future cases.

The IRS has certain categories or criteria that they use for the hazards of litigation.

I have put together 11 elements that they use in making their determination about the strength of the weakness of their case. Please remember this is a layman’s view so those reading this blog can understand how the IRS works these hazards of litigation cases.

I have deliberately not gone into any legal detail because this is just a brief overview of hazards.

Hazards of litigation categories

This list contains a majority of factors but not all-encompassing.

1. How would the judge view the facts of this case?

2. How much evidence would this hold inside a courtroom,

3. What is the credibility of the representation and the taxpayer

4. How well is the case been presented to the appeals agent that will be presented in court? Is the case well presented in well representative

5. Can the taxpayer meet the burden of proof effectively to convince the judge

6. If witnesses come into play are they credible and will they testify in such a case, can anything disqualify them

7. Has the taxpayer successfully shifted the burden of proof to IRS

8. Who does the appeals agent based on the aforementioned facts feel the judge will rule in favor of

9. How solid will the presenter of the taxpayer’s case be

10. Can the evidence of the facts be proven

11. Has tax law already existed in this case

 

What Does the IRM say about these matters

1. The Appeals mission is to resolve tax controversies, without litigation, on a basis which is fair and impartial to both the Government and the taxpayer and in a manner that will enhance voluntary compliance and public confidence in the integrity and efficiency of the Service.

This is Appeals’ general contribution towards achieving the Service mission. (See IRM 1.1.1, IRS Mission and Basic Organization and IRM 1.2.17, Servicewide Policies and Authorities, Policy Statements for the Appeals Process.) In further support of the Service mission, Appeals may defer action on or decline to settle some cases, under Policy Statement 8–47 (described at IRM 1.2.17.1.6), where:

A. required by other Headquarters Office-issued internal management documents, such as those suspending action on cases or those requiring coordination or control of identified matters with widespread impact; or

B. such action would produce a greater positive effect on voluntary compliance than would be derived from settlement or other action on the case.

3. A fair and impartial resolution is one which reflects on an issue-by-issue basis the probable result in event of litigation or one which reflects mutual concessions for the purpose of settlement based on relative strength of the opposing positions where there is substantial uncertainty of the result in event of litigation.

4. It is the experience of Appeals that thorough, reasonable, and objective consideration of all elements of a controversy leads, in a large majority of cases, to the resolution of the controversy on a basis agreeable to both the taxpayer and the Government.

The agreement is not possible in all cases, however. A taxpayer may not agree with Appeals conclusion as to the probable result in event of litigation or to the extent of mutual concessions required where there is substantial uncertainty of litigating result or may prefer to litigate for other reasons.

If you are looking for professional tax help call us today for a free initial tax consultation and rest assured that you will receive the very best possible IRS tax audit or appellate defense.

 

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Michael Sullivan IRS Tax Debt Expert, Learn  the different ways that IRS has available to help settle your tax debt.

We are a nationwide Christian tax firm that specializes in IRS tax debt relief help. we are true experts when it comes to IRS and state tax help.<><

We have 200 years of professional tax experience in over 100 years of working directly for the Internal Revenue Service as agents, supervisors, managers, teaching instructors, appeals experts, and all facets of the internal workings with the Internal Revenue Service.

We are one of the most elite and premier firms in the tax debt relief industry.

We provide fast, affordable and the results taxpayers are expecting based on their current financial situation because we know all the methodologies behind how IRS works all cases.

Feel free to ask us about our Christian faith when you call.

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.

 

As a general rule, the IRS looks at your current financial statement to determine what status they will close out your case off the enforcement computer.

Some taxpayers can qualify for an online payment agreement and when you call for your free initial consultation we will let you know if you qualify.

Approximately 6.5 million taxpayers are put into qualified payment agreements every year while 45% of all open collection cases wind up in a hardship, or currently uncollectible.

Approximately 32,000 people year settle their tax that for approximately $9500.

 

When you call our office we will review the various programs and find out what program you qualify for based on your current financial condition.

 

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.

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.

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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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.

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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.

 

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We are the premier Christian tax firm that provides nationwide tax services for all those having a season of debt issues.<>< Since 1982.

 

We provide full representation for anybody, business or corporation that have IRS or state tax problems.

From receiving a basic notice or letter, to having a seizure of your property, bank or wage garnishment levies we handle it all.

 

We can handle all your IRS and state tax needs, settle tax debt if you qualify remove any IRS bank or wage garnishment levies and provide cost efficient IRS and state tax representation. We are our nationwide tax defense firm in the Christian vertical.

We are staffed with CPAs, enrolled agents, former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors.

We have over 200 years of total tax experience in over 100 years of working directly with IRS.

We are true experts for any IRS or state tax problem that you have.

Since 1982 we have been working with Christians across the United States to resolve their IRS and state tax problems.

 

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We can help you in any area such as the offer in compromise to settle back tax debt,levies release, if the IRS has seized money from your bank or wages we can get your money back within 24 hours and we can also represent you in any IRS or state tax matter.

We do work in all 50 states and are true experts for IRS and state taxation issues.

 

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We can prepare any back tax returns without records and settle your tax debt at the same time if necessary.

Anytime the Internal Revenue Service works your case or wants to settle your back tax debt off the IRS enforcement computer, all your tax returns must be filed in current with the Internal Revenue Service. IRS will also want to make sure you’re withholding or estimated tax payments are up to date.

We are a full-service tax firm with the complete tax service, accounting and bookkeeping department that can help you with any of your tax return needs. Call us today for a free initial tax consultation and speak to one of our IRS tax experts.

 

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If you owe IRS tax debt some can qualify for an online IRS payment agreement.

If you don’t, the Internal Revenue Service will require a current financial statement fully documented on form 4338 or 433F. As a result of that financial statement, IRS usually has three options to help resolve your IRS case.

IRS can either place you into a currently non-collectible, payment agreement or you can be an offer in compromise candidate.

When you call our office we will help you through the process and let you know what your best course of action is based on your current financial statements.

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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.

 

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 the Internal Revenue Service sent you a bank or wage levy garnishment, call us today for immediate releases, guaranteed!

 

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.

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We are true experts in IRS bank levies. As former IRS agents we have filed hundreds and hundreds of bank lobbies 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.

Feel free to come into our office, Skype us, or call us by phone for free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the process of getting immediate releases of a banker wage garnishment levy.

There is a very methodical way to get your IRS levy released.We know the exacting process to get the levy released and your case closed and get IRS off your back. You will never have to speak to the Internal Revenue Service we handle all documentation and communication.

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. 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.

If the IRS is requesting the filing of back taxes because you failed the file we can do that as well.

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.

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?

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?

 

If you do not pay your taxes (or make arrangements to settle your debt), and the 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).

 

What if a levy on my wages, bank, or other account is causing a hardship? This is also called currently not collectible.

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 wage levy is different from the bank levy. With the bank levy there is a 21 day hold, the wage levy is immediate.

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.

 

Levies are different from liens.

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.

 

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 As former IRS agents we will explain your options and choices. A tax settlement may be in your future. We will review all your choices to permanently resolve your IRS case.

 

Your current financial statement holds the key to tax negotiation with the Internal Revenue Service.The value of the preparation of this financial statement cannot be understated. Your whole case rests on the review of the statement.

 

Success comes by knowing the system and understanding what it takes to close an IRS case.

IRS takes a closer look at all cases large dollar especially the financial statements, the IRS is looking for the ability of the taxpayer to pay the back tax. As a former IRS agent this was part of my job.

One of the first tasks of IRS is to make sure all back tax returns are filed and current in the system.

IRS will not close out any open taxpayer inventory case unless all back tax returns are filed and the taxpayer is current on estimated tax payments or their withholding is up-to-date.

IRS is a stickler on this because they don’t want the problem of the back tax debt recurring.

How will IRS work your case on Back Taxes?

 

The Internal Revenue Service will ask the taxpayer to fill out an IRS form 433A. If the cases worked out of the ACS or the automatic collection systems unit the 433F may be used. is the shorter version of the longer 433A.

You can find that on our site or on the government site. IRS will expect that form to be fully completed fully documented along with copies of the last six months bank statements, copies of all monthly expenditures,bills and a copy of pay stubs.

IRS will conduct a thorough review on that financial statement. That financial statement holds the key to success on your case therefore the filling out the documentation the analysis and what goes on this statement is paramount.

The internal revenue service can go through great lengths to do due diligence on your case. They have many search engines at their disposal.

They will check Department of motor vehicle,records public records, credit reports, insurance policies and a plethora of other information found on internal systems used by different federal and state government agencies.

IRS knows much more about you than you can possibly imagine. You must make sure you still out your financial statement truthfully and accurately. That’s why it is best a true tax professional provide the necessary tax help to resolve your problem.

After this review of the financial statement the Internal Revenue Service generally has various buckets of closing programs that the taxpayer can be put into as a result of their current financial statement.

The importance of filling out your financial statement and giving it to IRS is the key to success and failure.

 

I could never tell you how important the financial statement as it will determine the outcome with Internal Revenue Service.

IRS has to choose one of various closing methods to take your case off of the IRS enforcement computer. I call these methods of closure bucket

IRS will dispose of your case after a careful review and put it in some of the most common categories which are listed below.

 

Bucket One.

Currently uncollectible or hardship cases

If the Internal Revenue Service looks at your current financial statement and determines that your expenses exceed your income and you fall within the necessary means test, IRS can place your case in this non-collectible status.

There is good news and bad news within the status.

The good news is IRS will probably suspend your case between one and three years and kick it out for review a couple of years later, the bad news is the penalties and interest still run and the debt gets larger.

 

Bucket Two.

Installment agreements or monthly payments

If after the Internal Revenue Service looks at your current financial statement and they determine that you have more income than the necessary standards of meeting tests, IRS will ask for a monthly payment based on that financial statement. Hiring a tax professional can assure that IRS does not grab more money than necessary on or review of your financial statement. There are different monthly installment agreements and we will review with you your options upon your free consultation.

 

Bucket Three.

Offer in Compromise

This is called the pennies on a dollar program that you see advertised on TV however the offer in compromise is not for everyone.

I am a former IRS agent and teacher of the offer in compromise.

Approximately 32,000 taxpayers a year can settle their debt for pennies on the dollar, the average settlement is $9500 a year and I caution and warn taxpayers who submit offers in compromise to go through the IRS pre-qualifier tool to find out if they can truly settle their tax debt.

As a former IRS agent I carefully will walk through your financial statement and if you have any chance of being accepted for the offer I will walk you through the program and submit the offer in compromise.

 

Bucket Four.

Statute of limitations

IRS has 10 years to collect on their back tax debt, the period starts from the date of the assessment. The date of the assessment is the time that IRS had to put your case on the computer at the start the billing process. Various factors will extend the statute such as bankruptcy, the filing of the CDP, or the filing of offer but as a general rule after the 10 year date of assessment date your case goes away by federal statute,

 

Bucket Five

Bankruptcy.

Yes, Bankruptcy, many taxpayers are unaware that you could file a bankruptcy, a chapter 7 the discharge debt.

As a general rule the taxes have to be three years or older, assessed for more than 240 days and the tax returns have to be filed for at least two years. there are also different chapters in bankruptcy such as an 11 and 13 that a taxpayer can be qualified by speaking to a true bankruptcy expert.

When you call our office we will walk you through the various programs after review of your current financial statement. When calling our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts.

 

Call us for a free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the process of dealing with the Internal Revenue Service. Paying off back tax debt involves an assertive strategy. We will review with you your choices and your options to completely solve your IRS situation.

 

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We have worked thousands of cases since 1982 in our true IRS tax specialty experts on back taxes and on filing tax returns.

We are a national tax firm that have been representing taxpayers across the country since 1982.

 

There are various means of paying back taxes to IRS. As former IRS agents we will explain your options and choices. A tax settlement may be in your future.

 

As a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with IRS you should know as a general rule someone with more experience will work your IRS collection case.

That person will have a lot of experience looking for assets and more carefully evaluating your current financial statement.

Your current financial statement holds the key to tax negotiation with the Internal Revenue Service.The value of the preparation of this financial statement cannot be understated. Your whole case rests on the review of the statement.

Success comes by knowing the system and understanding what it takes to close an IRS case.

IRS takes a closer look at all cases large dollar especially the financial statements, the IRS is looking for the ability of the taxpayer to pay the back tax. As a former IRS agent this was part of my job.

One of the first tasks of IRS is to make sure all back tax returns are filed and current in the system.

IRS will not close out any open taxpayer inventory case unless all back tax returns are filed and the taxpayer is current on estimated tax payments or their withholding is up-to-date.

IRS is a stickler on this because they don’t want the problem of the back tax debt recurring.

How will IRS work your case?

 

The Internal Revenue Service will ask the taxpayer to fill out an IRS form 433A. If the cases worked out of the ACS or the automatic collection systems unit the 433F may be used. is the shorter version of the longer 433A.

You can find that on our site or on the government site. IRS will expect that form to be fully completed fully documented along with copies of the last six months bank statements, copies of all monthly expenditures,bills and a copy of pay stubs.

IRS will conduct a thorough review on that financial statement. That financial statement holds the key to success on your case therefore the filling out the documentation the analysis and what goes on this statement is paramount.

The internal revenue service can go through great lengths to do due diligence on your case. They have many search engines at their disposal.

They will check Department of motor vehicle,records public records, credit reports, insurance policies and a plethora of other information found on internal systems used by different federal and state government agencies.

IRS knows much more about you than you can possibly imagine. You must make sure you still out your financial statement truthfully and accurately. That’s why it is best a true tax professional provide the necessary tax help to resolve your problem.

After this review of the financial statement the Internal Revenue Service generally has various buckets of closing programs that the taxpayer can be put into as a result of their current financial statement.

The importance of filling out your financial statement and giving it to IRS is the key to success and failure.

 

I could never tell you how important the financial statement as it will determine the outcome with Internal Revenue Service.

IRS has to choose one of various closing methods to take your case off of the IRS enforcement computer. I call these methods of closure bucket

IRS will dispose of your case after a careful review and put it in some of the most common categories which are listed below.

 

Bucket One.

Currently uncollectible or hardship cases

If the Internal Revenue Service looks at your current financial statement and determines that your expenses exceed your income and you fall within the necessary means test, IRS can place your case in this non-collectible status.

There is good news and bad news within the status.

The good news is IRS will probably suspend your case between one and three years and kick it out for review a couple of years later, the bad news is the penalties and interest still run and the debt gets larger.

 

Bucket Two.

Installment agreements or monthly payments

If after the Internal Revenue Service looks at your current financial statement and they determine that you have more income than the necessary standards of meeting tests, IRS will ask for a monthly payment based on that financial statement. Hiring a tax professional can assure that IRS does not grab more money than necessary on or review of your financial statement. There are different monthly installment agreements and we will review with you your options upon your free consultation.

 

Bucket Three.

Offer in Compromise

This is called the pennies on a dollar program that you see advertised on TV however the offer in compromise is not for everyone.

I am a former IRS agent and teacher of the offer in compromise.

Approximately 32,000 taxpayers a year can settle their debt for pennies on the dollar, the average settlement is $9500 a year and I caution and warn taxpayers who submit offers in compromise to go through the IRS pre-qualifier tool to find out if they can truly settle their tax debt.

As a former IRS agent I carefully will walk through your financial statement and if you have any chance of being accepted for the offer I will walk you through the program and submit the offer in compromise.

 

Bucket Four.

Statute of limitations

IRS has 10 years to collect on their back tax debt, the period starts from the date of the assessment. The date of the assessment is the time that IRS had to put your case on the computer at the start the billing process. Various factors will extend the statute such as bankruptcy, the filing of the CDP, or the filing of offer but as a general rule after the 10 year date of assessment date your case goes away by federal statute,

 

Bucket Five

Bankruptcy.

Yes, Bankruptcy, many taxpayers are unaware that you could file a bankruptcy, a chapter 7 the discharge debt.

As a general rule the taxes have to be three years or older, assessed for more than 240 days and the tax returns have to be filed for at least two years. there are also different chapters in bankruptcy such as an 11 and 13 that a taxpayer can be qualified by speaking to a true bankruptcy expert.

When you call our office we will walk you through the various programs after review of your current financial statement. When calling our office you will speak to true IRS tax experts.

 

Call us for a free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the process of dealing with the Internal Revenue Service. Paying off back tax debt involves an assertive strategy. We will review with you your choices and your options to completely solve your IRS situation.

 

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