Proven ways to reduce tax debt and move forward with your life
If you need IRS help, then you are probably already familiar with the frustration and stress of having significant tax debt that you simply can’t pay off.
But unfortunately, the IRS doesn’t take this situation lightly.
The longer your tax debt sits, the more you get penalized the harder it is to pay off that debt.
- You owe a significant amount of money to the IRS, but you have little to no means of paying off that debt.
- Your tax debt is spiraling out of control because of the penalties and interest that the IRS is charging you.
- Notices are arriving in the mail, threatening to take action if your debt continues to go unpaid.
- The IRS is already taking money out of your paychecks or bank accounts – without your consent or control.
- A federal tax lien has been filed against you, making it virtually impossible for you to obtain a loan or bank financing for any purpose – even if you want to use those funds to pay the IRS.
- Your assets are at risk of being seized and sold.
- If you don’t get IRS help soon, you fear that you could lose everything.
You’re not alone. Americans of all ages and income levels are facing these same challenges, especially as the U.S. economy has been slow to recover since the recession.
But you can’t lose hope. No matter how serious your tax problems are, IRS help is available. By taking action immediately, you could potentially lower your tax debt by thousands, and reverse IRS collection actions.
First Steps to Getting IRS Help
Speak to a qualified tax professional.
Tax resolution can be a complex and daunting process. Having professional representation is crucial. A good tax lawyer will make the process easier, deal with the IRS on your behalf, and help you achieve a satisfactory resolution in your favor.
Identify the right type of IRS help for your situation.
Your tax advisor will determine which tax resolution methods are needed for your situation, but it’s important that you understand the steps involved. The more complex your situation, the more steps may need to be taken by your attorney. Don’t hesitate to ask questions, so that you have the proper expectations before moving forward.
Provide any documentation or answers as needed.
To determine the right steps for your situation, your tax consultant will ask you questions pertaining to your taxes, debt and income. The more you cooperate, the easier it will be for your lawyer to seek the relief you deserve.
Allow your tax professional to negotiate on your behalf.
One of the key reasons to use representation is so that you don’t have to deal with the IRS yourself. Your attorney will use their tax expertise to settle your debt with the IRS and produce a favorable outcome.
Have peace of mind.
By hiring a professional, you can rest easy knowing that your tax problems are in good hands. They will fight for you to achieve the resolution you need to turn your situation around.
Types of IRS Help
There are several different types of IRS help that you can seek, depending on the unique circumstances of your situation.
Your tax advisor will identify which solution(s) are right for you.
Virtually any outcome that has resulted from your tax debt situation, or through dealing with other representation, can be appealed if you believe that outcome was not fair and equitable. You have a right to expert representation, so that you can seek a more satisfactory resolution.
Appeal of collection actions by IRS
If the IRS is threatening to use its collections methods against you, your lawyer can appeal the decision to stop the collection and reach a better settlement. This can include appeals to federal tax liens, wage garnishment, account levies, seizure and/or sale of property and more.
Offer in Compromise
If you are unable to pay your full tax debt, your attorney will reach an agreement with the IRS to settle your debt for less than the full amount owed.
A number of different relief options are available to those who filed joint returns but are not at fault for the debt or penalties that resulted.
Penalties and interest can skyrocket any tax debt in a short period of time. Your attorney will seek penalty abatement to have those penalties reduced or removed completely.
Payroll Tax Representation
This form of IRS help is for business owners or key stakeholders who have failed to pay payroll taxes that were withheld from employees’ wages. Your attorney will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf to come to a resolution that protects your business, wages and assets.
Get help today.
Let US Tax Shield put you on the path to peace of mind for any issue. Our highly skilled tax professionals are experts in all forms of tax resolution and are ready to help you get the IRS off your back.
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Call us immediately at 877-829-3535 for a free 15-minute consultation with one of our senior tax advisors.