Monday, September 19, 2011

Important Tips if You Received an IRS Collection Notice to Collect Back Taxes -- Back Tax Notice From the IRS

IMPORTANT TIPS 

IF YOU RECEIVE AN IRS COLLECTION NOTICE

FOR 

BACK TAXES

The IRS (Internal Revenue Service) will be mailing tax collection notices this month (and every month) to collect back tax debts. If you have a back tax liability, you will receive one of these IRS collection notices and you will need  to take action quickly with the help of an experienced IRS Tax Attorney. The IRS Tax Attorney should have extensive experience in dealing with the collection division of the IRS.

You need to protect yourself, your loved ones, your assets and your job.

If you receive a scary and terrifying collection notice from the IRS, you need to take positive steps to protect yourself. The IRS is the world's most powerful and not your "buddy." 






A Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to Hearing is the final "warning shot" from the IRS before the IRS empties your bank accounts or levy (garnish) 30 to 75% of your present and future wages, paycheck, commissions or Social Security. 

An IRS Levy (IRS garnishment) will leave you with "pennies on the dollar" to live on until the IRS estimation of your tax liability is paid in full.

YOU NEED IRS HELP 

NOW

Important IRS Collection Tax Tip # 1: Do Not Panic - Get the Right Help - Right Away

Affordable IRS tax help is available to you. When you receive an IRS Collection notice to collect back taxes, you need to know who to ask for IRS help. 

Once an IRS tax collection notice arrives in your mail box (ususally certified), many people try to work with the IRS themselves to resolve their back tax problems and they will get themselves into deeper trouble by unintentionally incriminating themselves.



ZIP IT UP

Would you defend yourself in a murder case? Of course you wouldn't. An IRS tax collection notice is no different. You will need an experienced IRS Tax Attorney at your side to ensure that your IRS collection notice is dealt with effectively. 

The IRS is the world's most brutal collection agency. Do not go into battle with the IRS over an IRS collection notice to collect back taxes without expert tax help on your side. Unlike that "seemingly friendly" IRS agent, your Tax Attorney is there to help you and you alone.

Important IRS Collection Tax Tip # 2: Delay Collections

Federal Tax Liens and IRS levies are result of poor or no communication between you, the taxpayer, and the IRS. Your experienced Tax Attorney will solve that problem. Your Tax Attorney knows the "ins and outs" with the IRS and will handle all communication between the IRS and you.

Once you receive an IRS collection notice to collect back taxes, stop what you are doing, pick up the phone immediately and call an experienced Tax Attorney for IRS tax relief before you job, your career, your bank accounts and credit rating all disappear. With your tax collection notice in hand, your Tax Attorney can call a temporary halt to the collection proceedings and get you the time needed to get ready for the battle ahead.

Important IRS Collection Tax Tip # 3: File and Appeal 

Most likely, you have ignored the notices from the IRS. If you have ignored the IRS collection notices that have been sent to you, there may be an IRS Federal Tax Lien filed on your bank accounts and your assets. 

Your Tax Attorney can get you tax relief from the IRS by helping you file an IRS collection appeal to remove the Federal Tax Lien.

The goal of the IRS Appeal Division is to settle back tax disputes between the IRS and taxpayers. Do you know how to do this and how to proceed? Your Tax Attorney will provide IRS tax relief and create an appeal and deliver it to an IRS Appeals Officer who is required to make a decision within 5 days.

Important IRS Tax Collection Tip # 4: Currently not Collectible

Even the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) knows that there are limitations in their collection of back taxes from some individual taxpayers. If you are broke, indigent, chronically or terminally ill or suffering from some other extreme circumstance you may be declared to be Currently not Collectible. Your Tax Attorney can determine if you fit this status and arrange for you to receive a designation of Currently not Collectible.

Important IRS Tax Collection Tip # 5: Negotiate an Installment Agreement / IRS Payment Plan

One of the most common responses to an IRS collection notice to collect back taxes is an IRS Installment Payment / IRS Payment Plan.

Once it is determined how much money in back taxes that you actually owe, which may differ dramatically from what the IRS thinks you owe them, your Tax Attorney can negotiate an Installment Agreement / Payment Plan and bring you some IRS tax relief. 

An IRS Installment Agreement is not an ideal IRS solution because penalties and interest will keep accruing until the debt is discharged in its entirety. At the very minimum, you will be free from the threats of an IRS levy or IRS garnishment.

Important IRS Tax Collection Tip # 6: Offer in Compromise Tax Settlements

Another way to deal with an IRS collection notice is with an Offer in Compromise tax settlement where 
the IRS may accept a discounted amount and consider your tax debt paid in full.

An Offer in Compromise is not an easy process.This is where your IRS Tax Attorney will really earn their fee for providing IS tax relief. The IRS will not accept every or "just any" Offer in Compromise. The IRS needs to be convinced that your Offer in Compromise is their best and only hope of getting the maximum amount of money from you.

Your Tax Attorney will have had done this many time previously and is familiar with what Offer in Compromise tax settlements the IRS , in general, have accepted recently. Your IRS Tax Attorney will have a very good idea what the IRS is looking for and what the IRS will accept in settlement.

An Offer in Compromise tax settlement is not a negotiation. An Offer in Compromise is a complicated formula. You will need to listen to your IRS Tax Attorney closely and you will need to take heed your IRS Tax Attorney's advice to get IRS tax relief.

Your IRS Tax Attorney is your best and, quite frankly, and only hope of having your Federal back tax issue resolved once and for all. The help provided by your IRS Tax Attorney will allow you to enjoy life and without worrying about when the next IRS tax collection notice to collect back taxes may be coming in the mail.



I am Dave Rosa, the v.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will be conducting your free and confidential consultation. It is my duty to you, as well as Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., to provide you with an action plan during our evaluation of your IRS problem. We will go over your present financial situation, find out what the IRS is doing to you now to collect the back taxes and come up with the IRS solution that is best for you.

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