Monday, July 11, 2016

IRS Payment Plans - Missing Tax Returns - IRS Settlements - One Low Flat Fee

Here we are in the middle of July and, by now, most people have filed their income tax returns. The summer heat is here as well and I bet many of you are feeling a little hot under the collar as you had a large income tax debt with your 2015 tax return. You may also owe for previous tax years.

I am hoping you have dealt with it and paid the balance in full. If so, then you are in the clear until next year.

If you have not dealt with it by either not paying the bill in full (or at all) or you just simply haven’t filed your return yet for fear that you will owe a large amount of money that you don’t have, NO NEED TO PANIC. There are ways to deal with this.

Our IRS tax relief team speaks with people every day in this type of situation. Many of them are people that you would think could not possibly be in that position, but they are. Our job and purpose is to help you, the taxpayer, get the problem dealt with as soon as possible. Our mission statement is “We work hard to protect you from the IRS so you can sleep better at night!” We enjoy succeeding and helping people to sleep better, take control of their life and help keep cash in their pocket.

There are three primary categories for people to fit into when dealing with their IRS debt. Let’s discuss some of the requirements of all of the IRS payment options. You must be current and compliant. What does that mean? You must have all of your income tax returns filed (at least for the last six years) and you must be making payments toward the current year through federal withholding or estimated tax payments. The goal for the IRS is to get you back into the system (if you have outstanding tax returns) and getting you to pay the current year taxes.

In addition, depending on the payment option you fit into, you must file your returns timely and pay any tax due in full each year. This means that you cannot have any unpaid outstanding tax liabilities.

You might ask yourself  "what are the payment options I have to choose from"? Well, your options will depend on your particular facts and circumstances, but here they are: You can enter into an Installment Agreement (monthly payment plan), be put into Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status, or submit an Offer-in-Compromise settlement(OIC).

1. Installment Agreement: You will make monthly payments toward your income tax debt. Penalties and interest will continue to accumulate as you pay. A Federal Tax Lien may be filed against you even though you are making payments.

2. Currently not Collectible: You will not make payments on your unpaid income tax debt. The IRS will file a Federal Tax Lien against you. The IRS will confiscate your tax return. Penalties and interest will continue to accumulate. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out.

3. Offer in Compromise: This is a settlement of your income tax debt based on a taxpayers ability to pay their debt. It takes approximately 10 to 12 months to complete. The IRS must leave you alone during the process. When your settlement is approved and paid, the Federal Tax Lien will go away.

There are many options for the IA depending on the amount you owe, how much you can pay each month and how much time is remaining on collection statute of limitations. The Statute of Limitations is a 10-year clock that starts running when the tax liability is first established. This can be by your filing an original return (even if it is filed late), the IRS files a substitute for return (SFR) because you have not filed and they believe you should, or even by owing additional money after an IRS audit.

This clock will generally run whether you are making payments or not. Please be aware that there are some times when this period is suspended (i.e. clock temporarily stops).

In general, if you owe less than $50,000 (including tax, penalties and interest ... this amount is $25,000 for businesses), and can pay the balance in 72 months or less, then you should be able to easily enter into an Installment Agreement without much great effort. If you owe over that amount, you have to jump through a few more hoops, which include submitting financial data on your assets, liabilities, income and expenses.

To be put in Currently not Collectible status, you need to submit financial information along with the appropriate documentation that shows you basically have no equity in any assets or have any leftover income after paying your necessary living expenses. Of course, the IRS determines what is necessary. But once you get put into Currently not Collectible status, all collection activity stops, the Statute of Limitations continues to run, but the IRS can review your case every year.

To file an Offer in Compromise settlement, this is where you get to pay an amount that is substantially less than what you currently owe. You still have to submit full financial information along with documentation. The process generally takes one to two years to complete. The "not so good" part is the Statute of Limitations clock stops while you are in the process, but, if your settlement is approved, "who cares" about the Statute of Limitations..

You also must file all tax returns timely and not owe even a dollar when you file and settle the bill and continue to do so for the next five years. But once you have met these requirements, you are in the clear and you will never owe these taxes again.

In some small tax due cases (generally under $10,000), you can handle it yourself, but I recommend you seek a professional in dealing with the IRS. the IRS is not your friend and they will not tell you what your best options are.



Tuesday, March 15, 2016

What to Do If the IRS Garnishes Your Wages

When it comes to notifying taxpayers that they have an outstanding balance, the IRS will always inform you by mail. So it is important to not disregard any mail addressed to you from the IRS. So the first thing you must do when it comes to wage garnishment is stay alert for any letters from the IRS! By doing this, you might be able to prevent IRS garnishments altogether.

Don't Be Surprised By An IRS Wage Levy

Most people who get their wages garnished don’t understand how or why it even happened in the first place. Chances are, if you owe the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax money, they’ll find a way to let you know. The primary source the IRS uses to communicate is by letter. They do not correspond by email, and the only time they will communicate by phone is if you call a representative.

Whatever You Do, Don’t Ignore the IRS!

Ignoring notices from the IRS is what many taxpayers do, and then wonder why their wages are being levied and garnished. Although the IRS will not garnish a taxpayer’s wages without notifying them first which gives them a chance to resolve the issue, the IRS can send their notice to any address that is on file for you. So, you may never receive the IRS notice.

Wage garnishment is the IRS last resort to collect what is owed to them. When it gets to this point, the IRS has the right to withdrawal the maximum amount that the government will allow. 

What to Do If You Receive an IRS Letter

Have you received an IRS notice titled “Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing?” If you have, you need IRS professional representation immediately. 


In the unfortunate event that your wages are currently being seized and garnished by the IRS, there is a way for you to alleviate such a big chunk of money being taken from your check. The qualified team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can have an IRS Wage Levy stopped and released in 1 day. 

Prevent IRS tax problems. Don't feel like you are in over your head with income tax debt, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has successfully managed and resolved unique tax cases of all kinds, whether it was personal or business-related.

If you have received a letter from the IRS and need to become informed, call us. Our team of IRS tax relief expert will help prevent or reduce your wage garnishment. 

Call us today at 800-589-3078



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Friday, March 11, 2016

IRS Tax Settlement - The Offer in Compromise - Can You Settle?

Using Offers in Compromise to Settle A Tax Debt

The Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is an IRS settlement program which allows any qualified individual or business with an unpaid income tax liability to negotiate a settlement for an amount that is less that the total owed to clear the debt. It is in the best interest of the individual or business and the IRS to compromise and come up with a voluntary agreement and future payment plan rather than the possibility of the debt not being paid and settled.

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There are conditions that have to be met in order to be eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS. When you talk to the IRS income tax relief experts at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., we will ask you specific questions to help identify as to whether you will meet the qualifying conditions for an IRS settlement.

Conditions for Filing An Offer in Compromise

There are three conditions that exist before an installment agreement will be accepted. First and foremost, the doubt as to liability, which refers to a person who owes, should show some reasons that the income tax assessed might not be correct. Second, the effective administration of tax, which can reduce the debt of an individual if there’s an explanatory circumstance, mostly being applied to the disabled and elderly taxpayers. The one settlement condition that you need to be concerned with is: the doubt as to collectibility, which means that the financially struggling taxpayer will show that IRS will unlikely never receive payment of the overdue income tax. It is a matter of knowing the IRS settlement rules, preparing the IRS documents correctly and presenting to the IRS our clients need for a settlement.

"Doubt as to Collectibility" means that a taxpayer cannot afford to pay the income tax owed.

The doubt as to collectibility (DATC) is the usual condition that is being accepted. In kind of case the amount to be settled is generally in 60 months of income disposable plus any assets equity that you own. This calculation will be done using the formula provided by the IRS, and once we determine how much disposable income based on allowed monthly expenses and your current income. A complete financial statement will have to be presented and many other documents in order for the IRS to consider you as a possible candidate for the Offer in Compromise Fresh Start program.

If you owe less than $10,000, you’re not eligible for the program offer in compromise. However, the Offer in Compromise (Fresh Start Initiative) can be a super great deal for people who owe a huge sum (more than $10,000) of income tax debt. 



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Monday, February 22, 2016

IRS Wage Garnishment - Stop and Release In One Day

The IRS Levy Release Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has an IRS levy release record second to none. 95% of our IRS wage garnishment clients have had their garnishments lifted in 1 business day. Often times, our clients have their IRS wage levies (garnishments) stopped and released in a matter of a few hours. We don't send mail to resolve your problem. Our IRS Tax Attorney assigned to resolve your income tax problem will pick up the phone and handle it immediately with the IRS.

We have multiple years of successful experience. We can do this because our IRS tax relief team specializes in understanding exactly how the IRS works and what documentation is needed. Our team of income tax professionals don't waste time.

IRS wage garnishments and IRS Levies can be stopped in one (1) business day, if done properly. One has to realize that the last resort the IRS utilizes is a wage garnishment or levy. This is one of the most lethal enforcement tools available to the IRS. There are several ways to have an IRS levy or garnishment released.

Our team, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., has had great success in having a wage lifted and released prior to having all tax returns prepared and filed. The IRS Tax Attorney assigned to you will call the IRS and verify that you, the taxpayer, is in compliance with the IRS. Being in compliance means that all outstanding income tax returns for every year has been filed with the IRS. Those income tax returns include 1040's, 1099's, quarterly estimated tax payments, 941's or 940's, depending on the particular situation of the taxpayer.


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If you decide to handle your IRS income tax levy yourself, be advised that you need to be very cautious when contacting the IRS in regards to this. Before the IRS will give you any information of your compliance, they will immediately interrogate you, trying to find out what bank accounts you have, what other incomes you have and the assets you own. This is all in an effort to begin to levy, garnish or seize any assets the taxpayer may have. This is one of the main reasons why an IRS Tax Attorney should contact the IRS on the taxpayers' behalf. An IRS Tax Attorney does not have to release your personal information to the IRS. Your IRS Tax Attorney's goal at this point is to only determine if the taxpayer is in compliance with the IRS.

Everything is determined by the IRS computers and the automated collections division. The only way to be brought into compliance is by filing all years that were not filed. Depending on what the computer states, you may have to file 6 year's worth of IRS tax returns or they may even go back to 15 year's worth of taxes. This is why the IRS must be contacted immediately to figure out what needs to be done to bring the taxpayer back into compliance.

If there are compliance issues, the IRS will inform the tax professional or the taxpayer what taxes must be filed. It is important to prepare these taxes, but not to mail them in. They need to be faxed to the IRS so they are acknowledged in the IRS computers immediately and the processing of these returns can start within hours, not weeks or months; the IRS may not release the wage garnishment until the tax returns are at least submitted for processing to the IRS.

The IRS Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can prepare your missing income tax returns in as little as a few days.

Once it is determined that a taxpayer is in compliance, the next thing the IRS is looking for is a resolution to the outstanding taxes owed to the IRS. This may be in the form of a payment plan, a partial payment plan, having the taxpayer declared non-collectible or an offer in compromise.

In most cases, the IRS will request your financial information through certain IRS forms in order to determine how much, if anything, you can afford to pay towards your total tax liability. If your file is being handled in the automated collections division, a 433F form (a simplified Collection Information Statement) has to be prepared and submitted along with supporting documentations. If the file is with a field agent, a 433A form (a detailed Collection Information Statement) has to be prepared and filed with the field agent, also along with the supporting documentation. The IRS knows that in 90% of the cases, the wage garnishment or IRS levy is a hardship on the taxpayer, and the proper procedure is that after submitting these financials, the IRS should release the wage garnishment within hours. 

Unfortunately, taxpayers try to perform this procedure by themselves; without a tax professional involved, the IRS WILL simply drags their feet and prolong the situation because it is the IRS's position to take this drastic action due to the fact that the taxpayer did not comply with any of their prior requests. The tax professional you chose to represent you should force the IRS to comply with the rules and regulations to have these matters expedited within hours and not weeks or months.

There is a second method of having a wage garnishment or levy released; this procedure consists of proving to the IRS that this wage garnishment is a true and immediate hardship to the taxpayer. A hardship to the taxpayer is that housing, transportation or food expenses are at an immediate risk; i.e. if your electricity is about to be disconnected, and you can provide a statement from your service provider showing that your electricity is being shut off due to non-payment or if you are able to provide an eviction notice or foreclosure notice due to non-payment the same method applies. 

Asking the IRS to release the wage garnishment based on these facts is a very difficult task because the IRS is receiving nothing in return providing a solution to the outstanding taxes. This is an up-hill fight with the IRS but the IRS is supposed to follow procedures and in most situations the taxpayer is unable to resolve this issue without a tax professional.


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Monday, February 8, 2016

File Missing Income Tax Returns - Get Straight With The IRS

Many clients that come to Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. for IRS income tax help, haven't filed income tax returns that are now past due. We have even had clients approach us who haven't filed a tax return in 20 years or more and now want to get back into compliance and get right with the IRS.
Fortunately for you, preparing past due tax returns by our tax professionals is easier than you think and you have a few things working in your favor. First, the IRS will not require you to file tax returns that are more than 7 years past due. More than likely, you don't have the records that you would need to prepare a tax return from further back than that, and neither does the IRS. So, even if you have not filed a tax return in 50 years our team of tax professionals won't need to do 50 years of tax returns.
For the years that we do need to prepare an income tax return, we can start by obtaining Wage and Income transcripts from the IRS. These transcripts show us all of the income that was reported to the IRS under your social security number, and will include W-2's, Interest Income, 1099's, and other relevant documents.
These transcripts are usually sufficient to give us a very good start on your tax returns. Once we have a first draft done based upon these records, our IRS Tax Attorneys will work with you to determine what other deductions, expenses, and credits can be added to the return to improve your bottom line.
Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has software archives that allow us to quickly prepare tax returns from as far back as 1998, and our tax experts can prepare tax returns from further back than that by hand if needed.

What happens if I don’t file my tax returns?

If the IRS and state do not receive a tax return for you their most likely response will be to file one for you.  For the IRS this process is called filing a Substitute For Return (this is NOT A TAX RETURN) or a 6020(b) return. Some people may refer to these as "Arbitrary Assessments". 
The IRS has a lot of information reported to them by your employer, your bank, and your customers.  They will use this information to determine your gross income and file a substitute for return for you.  Since they are not aware of your filing status or any business or personal deductions you can take they will not give you credit for any of these. They essentially use the same Wage and Income transcripts that we would use, but they then assume you were single, had no deductions or expenses, and wanted to be taxed at the highest tax rate.
This will usually result in a return with a balance due substantially higher than what you actually owe (unless you really were single, had no deductions, and no business expenses -- in that case, sometimes their numbers are spot on). Whatever number the IRS comes up with will usually be shared with the State that you resided in, and the State will then prepare a return for you as well, setting off a chain reaction.
Similar processes are used for business returns including wage withholding and sales tax, although the government typically has far less information available to them. In the case of payroll taxes, the IRS and States will typically use records of W-2's that you filed or unemployment information you reported to reconstruct a tax return.
If none of these records are available, sometimes they'll just take their best guess at it using your prior history to estimate what you owed. Once they do that, it's up to you to correct their figures.

What can you do if the IRS or state has filed a Substitute or Estimated Tax Return for me?

In most cases you can override the numbers that the government has come up with by requesting a reconsideration and providing a copy of the tax return with the figures that you believe are accurate. Generally, the IRS will allow you to do so, but a lot of states have time limits for filing the original return so you might be stuck with the figures they used. It is generally in your benefit to act quickly to correct their mistake rather than letter their assessment linger.
Due to the difficulty in filing old returns accurately and convincing the IRS/State to accept them, professional assistance is always recommended. At Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., we have the team and the tax software to prepare tax returns from as far back as 1998 and can prepare tax returns from earlier than that by hand.
We are experts in recreating these older returns using wage and income information provided to us directly by the IRS and then conducting an in-depth interview to ensure that every deduction is found and every tax advantage is taken.
If you need past-due tax returns prepared, call us today for a free consultation. Our consultations are free and confidential. Our Tax Attorneys will make a call to the IRS to review the status of your account. During that call we can determine which returns actually need to be filed, and we will order the transcripts needed to prepare those returns.



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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Stop Ongoing Wage Garnishment Levies - Stop An IRS Levy Today


We are IRS Tax Attorneys and IRS Income Tax Relief Professionals and managers who know the system that can stop an IRS bank levy, wage garnishment levy (in 1 day), or any income tax levy you may have received.

If you have received IRS form 668-W, you have received a continuous wage garnishment. Continuous means "it will continue" unless stopped and released. That wage garnishment levy will not go away until the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sends a release to your employer.





The 668-A is a one time wage levy garnishment or as 668-W is a continuous levy.

The team of professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can not only stop your IRS bank levy or wage garnishment in one day, our IRS Tax Attorneys can settle and close your case off the IRS enforcement computer at the same time.

Our IRS Tax Attorneys stop bank levies and wage garnishment every day, so, it only makes sense that we know the processes and systems to release them. IRS has a very systematic way to work all seizure cases.

We have many years of IRS relief work, helping our clients to save their paychecks and settle their income tax debts.

You can call us today for for your free and confidential initial tax consultation. We will walk you through the process within 10 minutes.

How to Stop a IRS Bank Tax Levy, 

IRS Wage Garnishment Levy NOW?

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It is important to know where your case is in the IRS system to begin the stop the IRS tax levy. Our IRS Tax Attorneys will call the IRS immediately, file our Power of Attorney Form (Form 2848) and proceed with the 1st step in resolving your income tax debt.

Some taxpayers were sent a IRS letter 11 indicating that a tax levy was the next step, while others have been sent a IRS tax levy from the ACS unit (Automated Collection System) out of various IRS offices, while others have been sent income tax levies by revenue officers in the local offices.

If you have received an IRS letter 11 there is a collection due process hearing that can stop the IRS levy.

If your case is in the ACS unit (Automated Collection System) or the local office, we can send over a power of attorney and start negotiation power to go ahead to get an immediate levy release and settle your IRS case at the same time.

It is important to know the difference between an IRS bank levy and an IRS wage garnishment levy.

A IRS bank garnishment levy puts a freeze on your bank account for 21 days on the day the bank received the levy.

You can continue to use your checking and/or savings account as much as you want during that period of the levy. Only the monies that were in the bank the day of the IRS levy are frozen by the institution.

A wage garnishment levy is an immediate garnishment whereas approximately 80% of your wages will be sent to the Internal Revenue Service until the levy garnishment is released.

Also, the IRS has a right to file a federal tax lien against any and all assets you may have. Those federal tax liens are filed in the courthouse were you claim your residence.

Final Notices before IRS Tax Levy or Garnishment: IRS Levies

Where does Internal Revenue Service (IRS) authority to levy originate?

The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) authorizes levies to collect delinquent tax.

See IRC 6331. Any property or right to property that belongs to the taxpayer or on which there is a Federal tax lien can be levied, unless the IRC exempts the property from levy.

What actions must the Internal Revenue Service take before a levy can be issued?

The IRS will usually levy only after these three requirements are met:

1. The IRS assessed the tax and sent you a Notice and Demand for Payment (a tax bill);
2. You neglected or refused to pay the tax; and
3. The IRS sent you a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing (levy notice) at least 30 days before the levy.

The IRS may give you this notice in person, leave it at your home or your usual place of business, or send it to your last known address by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested.

Please note: if the IRS levies your state tax refund, you may receive a Notice of Levy on Your State Tax Refund, Notice of Your Right to Hearing after the levy.

IRS Billing Notices for IRS Tax Levies & IRS Wage Garnishments

The IRS will send out final notices before levies and seizures after they generally send out a series of five billing notices.

On the fourth notice, taxpayers will receive their final notice in which they can go ahead and file with the appeals division of Internal Revenue Service to stop the levy.

Not only can we go ahead and stop the IRS notice of intent to levy, we can settle your case at the same time.

All your tax returns are going to have to be filed and if that is an issue for you, with or without tax records we can prepare your tax returns.

How IRS Settles Your Case:

As a general rule, the Internal Revenue Service will take your current financial statement and after they reviewed your documented financial statement there is generally two ways IRS closes cases.

The IRS generally closes your back income tax case by putting you into a:

1. Currently not Collectible status (CNC) or,

2. Ask for a monthly payment agreement (Installment Agreement).

For taxpayers who owe back taxes, statistics show that 40% of all taxpayers are placed in currently not collectible status, while 6.5 million taxpayers enter monthly payment or installment agreement.

Some taxpayers can be eligible for the offer in compromise program to settle their debt for pennies on the dollar.

Our team reviews every case. We find out if you are an 
Offer in Compromise candidate.

Last year IRS accepted 38,000 taxpayers to settle their debt to the Offer in Compromise program for an average of $6500 per settlement.

Keep in mind your current documented financial statement will determine the settlement on your particular case if you are a suitable candidate for the offer in compromise.

Our IRS Tax Attorneys will carefully review your current financial statement and make sure you get the best possible settlement with Internal Revenue Service.

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is a full service tax firm specializing in IRS collection problems.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Why Income Tax Lawyers Can Be Your Answer

Income Tax Lawyers 
Aren’t Always the Answer

You May or May Not Need a Tax Lawyer

Questioning when you need legal assistance for your income tax problem can sometimes be just as important as the assistance itself. This can be especially true when it comes to tax lawyers. While you very well might need a consultation regarding an income tax issue, you can’t assume that there’s no other way to resolve it. Since not every IRS concern requires an IRS lawyer, you merely need to consider what makes sense for you.

If you think that getting something done right means having to do it yourself, you might be correct. Because what this expression really implies is an insistence for control over one’s issues; ensuring that completion is not only competent but consistent with perceived expectations. In this respect, IRS tax lawyers are not always sensitive to conforming to your preconceived notion of what constitutes a tax resolution. This may be better understood by first asking, “What do tax lawyers do?”

Income Tax, IRS Tax Lawyers and How the Two Relate

You may have questions about a certified tax resolution specialist, specifically, “What do tax attorneys do?” There are some misconceptions surrounding IRS tax resolution. You might imagine a tax advocate standing beside you in a solemn, oak-laden courtroom, shouting objections and making motions. In reality, though, tax attorneys–and many tax professionals–spend much of their time working for you over the phone. An income tax lawyer is primarily concerned with providing you with an affordable solution; one that is within the letter of the tax law. Tax resolution specialists handle a wide variety of tax problems; resolutions depend on the precise issue in question. When you’re working with a tax lawyer, on IRS or state issues, your intention should be to secure a tax debt resolution that you would not be able to handle yourself.

An IRS lawyer, tax issue aside, can be essential to operating on your behalf when you lack the time or resources to deal with the IRS yourself. Such a tax resolution specialist is adept at pinpointing the most appropriate resolution to your problem. Similarly, professional tax resolution may involve a tax lawyer, who can negotiate a resolution that you might not handle as effectively. Bear in mind, you may possess the skill set to accurately conclude your income tax issue with results that are both financially beneficial and timely executed. But if you’re facing uncharted territory with a tax problem that you haven’t previously encountered, you might want to reconsider and get tax relief help.

What Can a Tax Attorney Do For You?

A tax attorney or licensed tax professional may be instrumental in assisting with a variety of IRS concerns. Examples include lifting an IRS wage levy (wage garnishment), intervening with a bank levy or negotiating the terms of a payment agreement. In the case of a bank levy, you have a very narrow window of time, typically no more than 21 days, to establish a resolution with the IRS before any seized funds are applied to your tax balance.

An installment agreement is another potentially thorny issue. Although you can file the paperwork for such a request on your own, the IRS may ask you to provide a detailed breakdown of your expenses and income. A licensed tax professional understands that this may not be conditional in order for you to get an affordable arrangement. This important detail can prevent you from exposing your finances unnecessarily.

If you are looking to settle with the IRS through their Offer in Compromise program, you really should use an experienced IRS Tax Attorney. Do it right the first time, or, don't do it at all.

If you’re unsure of whether or not you need professional income tax assistance, consider a consultation with a tax resolution company. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers free, confidential consultations that may enable you to make the right decision.


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