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File Back Taxes

Taxes that have been unpaid in the year that they were due. Taxpayers can have unpaid back taxes at the Federal, State and/or local levels. Back taxes accumulate interest and penalties on a regular basis. The IRS would much rather get taxpayers back into the system than prosecute the average person who makes a mistake. To the IRS, getting your back taxes filed is a top priority.

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Payroll Tax Problems

The state and federal taxes an employer is required to withhold and/or to pay on behalf of their employees. Employers are required to withhold state and federal income taxes as well as social security and Medicare taxes from their employees’ wages.

see the Payroll Tax Problems page

Unpaid Sales Tax

Your sales tax responsibilities as a business owner, will vary depending on the type of organization or entity you operate. Besides state level, estimation of sales tax is also done on municipal or county levels. Payment of state sales tax depends on your sales and your state’s regulations.

see the Unpaid Sales Tax page

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Stop Wage Garnishment

A levy that the IRS can issue against a taxpayer’s wages. When the IRS garnishes an individual’s wages, that person’s employer must pay a certain percentage of those wages directly to the IRS. Should this occur it could leave you with little to live on. Wage garnishment is not to be taken lightly. Don’t allow this to happen to you.

see the Stop Wage Garnishment page

Prevent Bank Levey

The IRS sends a letter to your bank, notifying them that funds will be seized from the taxpayer’s bank account. Your bank will be required to hold funds you have deposited up to the amount you owe the IRS for 21 days. After the holding period, the bank must send all funds directly to the IRS. Don’t allow this to happen to you! Don’t delay Tax Relief Providers can help.

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Release IRS Liens

A federal tax lien, or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax lien, results from a person’s failure to pay any portion of federal taxes, such as income and withholding taxes.

see the Release IRS Liens page

Offer in Compromise (OIC)

An Offer in Compromise is an agreement between Tax Payer and the IRS or State that closes the tax debt for less than the amount owed.

see the Offer in Compromise (OIC) page
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IRS Audit Representation

Have you received an IRS audit notice? While millions of taxpayers are audited every year, the concept that the IRS would like to take a closer look at your taxes can be nerve-wracking.

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Installment Agreement Plan (Payment Plan)

A process where scheduled monthly payments are made to satisfy outstanding taxes. A financial statement must be completed to determine payment amount. However, when a taxpayer tries to negotiate their own payment plan it is usually much higher then what Tax Relief Providers can negotiate.

see the Installment Agreement Plan (Payment Plan) page

Do you need Tax Relief?

Then call us today for a free consultation. 1-888-877-1090

Penalty Abatement

What this means is that you as the taxpayer can get a total or part forgiveness of the money you owe to the IRS. Penalties alone can accrue up to 25% of the amount you owe. There are actually a number of cases where the IRS removes 100% of the penalty.

see the Penalty Abatement page

Innocent Spouse Relief

A tax liability owed to the IRS is subject to efficient and aggressive collection actions. When this liability is owed by two persons as in the case of a jointly filed tax return, one or both individuals may be subject to legal collection actions from both state and federal agencies.

see the Innocent Spouse Relief page

Currently Not Collectable

Means that a taxpayer has no ability to pay his or her tax debts. The IRS can declare a taxpayer “currently not collectible,” after the IRS receives evidence that a taxpayer has no ability to pay. However be aware, the IRS will continue to monitor the taxpayer’s situation and can remove you from the Currently Not Collectible status if they see your financial situation changes and once again begin collection efforts.This can take the form of wage garnishments, liens, levy’s, etc.

see the Currently Not Collectable page
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