FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF
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IRS Tax Relief - Tax Debt Help
Most people do not know where to find tax debt help when dealing with their IRS problems. The IRS will often live with it for months and sometimes years, assuming the Agency hasn't matched you to a job and/or a bank account.
Citizens with an IRS problem are looking for an experienced IRS problem solver who deals with the IRS daily and who cares about helping people. Moreover, a tax relief professional who would give them the peace of mind they and their family deserve - so they can stop looking over their shoulder once and for all.
Flat Fee Tax Relief is a coast-to-coast tax relief company with over a decade of successful experience. Our IRS problem-solvers interact with the IRS daily. Our IRS Lawyers provide the peace of mind our clients and their family deserve - so they can stop looking over their shoulder once and for all.
IRS TAX RELIEF SERVICES PROVIDED BY FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF:
1. TAX RESOLUTION - A taxpayer may have several tax relief programs available that he or she is eligible and qualified for. The IRS problem solvers at Flat Fee Tax Relief have worked with thousands of taxpayers. Our teams offer a free in-depth financial review of your income, assets, and expenses to determine the right tax relief program that will obtain the very best outcome.
Although we do a verbal financial consultation, Flat Fee Tax Relief will email our financial questionnaire. This questionnaire will take 15 minutes to complete and will be the basis of your IRS settlement.
2. FILING BACK TAX RETURNS - If you haven’t been filing tax returns, the IRS will create a tax debt to enforce by an instrument called a "Substitute for Return (SFR)." You may be unaware that the IRS will create an inflated tax debt to collect.
Should the IRS file a Substitute for Return for you (called an SFR) you can still file a correct tax return. Know this, it is not always in your best interest to file older returns. This is another reason to consult with a tax professional.
You must be up to date in tax return filings to enter into a tax relief program with the IRS or to file an OIC. You must be "compliant" which means that your last six (6) years of tax returns must be filed.
3. INSTALLMENT AGREEMENTS - Entering into an Installment Agreement with the IRS is somewhat easy to do, however, it may not be your best solution. You may agree to a payment plan that is too much. Don't expect the IRS to give you advice. The IRS is only concerned with closing a file.
You may be eligible to abate your penalties, be declared Currently not Collectible, or settle with IRS through an Offer in Compromise.
4. REMOVE TAX LIENS AND STOP AN IRS LEVY - A federal tax lien is intended to provide public notice of that the tax debt you owe and to protect the federal government’s position against certain items you may own. The government files the tax lien to protect their interest in the past due tax balances.
An IRS LEVY takes your property to pay the tax debt. Property could include a vehicle, your paycheck. or your bank account. The tax lien will not remove money from your bank or your paycheck, and will not affect your ability to use your bank account.
The Tax Lawyers at Flat Fee Tax Relief are well known for having a tax levy released and stopped in one day.
5. CURRENTLY NOT COLLECTIBLE - IRS HARDSHIP - NON-COLLECTIBLE STATUS - If you can’t pay the tax debt in full, the IRS will allow you to make payments on your tax debt. This is one option of several collectively called “The Fresh Start Program”. If the monthly amount is simply not possible in your budget, you can provide a financial statement to get them to agree to a lesser monthly amount.
What if you have $2000 of income and $2200 in allowable expenses? In this case, you have NO AVAILABLE INCOME with which to pay the IRS and you qualify for a status called Currently not collectible or CNC. CNC status usually lasts 12 to 18 months before it needs to be renewed. The Statute of Limitations continues to run out. Although the tax debt is still alive, IRS enforcement will end.
6. IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE (IRS OIC) - An IRS OIC, is perhaps the most widely misunderstood tax relief program for settling tax debt there is. The IRS OIC seems to be the centerpiece of the “FRESH START PROGRAM."
Advertisements (mostly seen on cable television or heard on the radio) often present this tax relief option as a magic bullet that wipes away your tax debt if you will just “hire” the particular company. Although that is quite possible for qualifying taxpayers, it is not a one-size-fits-all option. One goal of the IRS is always to collect every penny of tax they can that is due from all taxpayers. Another goal of the IRS is to close a file. An Offer in Compromise will close the file.
You must have the last 6 years of tax returns filed. You must owe at least $10,000. It must also be shown to the IRS that the likely hood of collecting the tax debt is nill. It takes approximately 10 to 12 months to complete an Offer in Compromise.
Currently, our IRS problem-solvers have an overall record of 96% success when submitting an IRS OIC.