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Coast to Coast IRS Tax Relief Options

What is tax resolution? Tax resolution services, such as those offered by the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief, help taxpayers obtain tax relief solutions to outstanding tax liabilities with the IRS as well as state tax authorities. Tax resolution (#taxrelief) can come in various forms including payment plans, lowering or eliminating tax penalties, making settlement offers that eliminate outstanding tax debt, and filing amended tax returns if necessary. How do tax resolution companies work? Tax resolution specialists help you achieve the best possible outcome while minimizing the stress, which typifies the settlement of tax disputes. The key to finding a reputable tax relief professional is finding a company that has a track record of success at a very affordable fee. Another key is to make sure you are not overpaying for services. Some companies will charge a $500 fee for calling the IRS. This is called a "compliance call." Don't ever fall for that trick. Calling the IRS while filing the power of Attorney (2848 Form) is a necessary part of the job. So, DON'T GET GOUGED.

How much does tax resolution cost? At Flat Fee Tax Relief, we have always charged differently. we charge the same flat fee to everyone. Our fees have stayed basically the same for more than a decade. Our fees are posted on our website(s). We can charge a very affordable fee because we know how long a tax settlement will take.

FOR MORE INFO ON FEES, CLICK HERE. What are my tax relief options? There are many options for resolving your tax debt with the IRS. Some of the most popular include:

1. Offer in Compromise

2. Fresh Start Program

3. Lien Removal

4. Levy Release (Bank Levy & Wage Garnishment)

5. Installment Agreement

6. Penalty Abatement

7. Currently Non Collectible Status

What is the tax resolution process? The tax pros at Flat Fee Tax relief routinely have a tax levy (bank or wage) stopped and released within 24 hours. An Offer in Compromise will take, on average, 6-12 months from the time all required tax documentation is submitted.

Old non-filed tax returns usually takes the IRS 90 days to process them once they are filed.

Currently not Collectible status usually lasts 18 to 24 months before it needs to be renewed.

How do I know if I qualify for a settlement? If you choose to give our team a call, we can tell you exactly what can be accomplished for you. We will walk you through a 20 to 40 minute phone conversation and all of your tax relief options will be laid out for you.

The IRS does not allow a tax resolution firm (Attorney, C.P.A., or Enrolled Agent) to guarantee a result or settlement. However, if you do enough successful Offer in Compromise submissions as we have, you get a real good idea what will fly and what will not.

While the IRS historically approves approximately 42% of all Offer in Compromise submissions every year, Flat Fee Tax Relief has a 96% approval record. We do not over promise and we play it straight with our clients. What do I need to do right now so that the IRS will leave me alone? Once you sign a limited Power of Attorney form (2848 Form), the IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Relief can immediately protect you from the IRS and will begin acting as your legal representation. You will no longer deal directly with the IRS. That's our job and responsibility. There are many options when it comes to tax resolution companies. Why should I choose the pros at Flat Fee Tax Relief? We offer the most affordable fees. Our BBB Accreditation and A-Plus rating speaks for itself (BBB). With a 96% Offer in Compromise success rate, we get positive results. You will always be represented by an IRS Tax Attorney and you will have a direct line to him. We are licensed to represent clients before the IRS in all 50 states as well as overseas. We are strategically located in Clearwater, Florida, and San Diego, California which allows our teams to be available from 8 A.M. Eastern to 6 P.M. Pacific time. The time zone differences allow our teams to be available to our clients as well as the IRS for an extended amount of time.





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