If you have a tax lien or just questions on how to settle your tax liability
with the IRS, call us today 1-800-460-8987 to find out:
- How to stop the IRS from tough
- How to work with the IRS on your
terms, using their rules.
- How to settle your debt with the
IRS once and for all.
FILING OF NON-FILED TAX RETURNS
One of the first steps needed to get into current compliance with IRS is to
file all returns due, even if you can't pay.
We can help with non-filed returns and get you current again.
IRS will forgive penalties on certain cases where there is reasonable cause. We
are able to communicate your story of challenges to IRS and ask for forgiveness
if it falls within their guidelines.
We can help you determine if your case has potential for penalty
No matter what your tax bill is, IRS will usually take payments.
We can help you set up an installment agreement for this.
The IRS Offers in Compromise program provides taxpayers that owe the IRS more
than they could ever afford, a chance to pay a small amount as a full and final
This program also offers taxpayers that don't agree that they actually owe the
taxes in the first place, a chance to file an Offer in Compromise and have
those tax liabilities reconsidered.
The Offer in Compromise program allows taxpayers to get a fresh start.
All back tax liabilities are settled with the amount of the offer. All federal
tax liens are released upon IRS acceptance of an Offer in Compromise and
payment of the amount offered.
An offer filed based on the taxpayers inability to pay the IRS looks at the
taxpayer's current financial position and considers their ability to pay as
well as their equity in assets. Based on these factors, an Offer amount is
determined. Taxpayers can compromise all types of IRS taxes, penalties and
interest. Even payroll taxes can be compromised.
If you qualify for this program you can save thousands of dollars in taxes,
penalties and interest.