SOLVE YOUR IRS PROBLEM
If you are reading this you are more than likely one of the many taxpayers who have an IRS back tax debt. We, Flat fee Tax Service, Inc., understand your fear. We know that you have anxiety over your back tax debt. You are not alone. The IRS knows that there are millions and millions of dollars in unpaid back tax debt and the IRS is looking to collect.
Many taxpayers, like yourself, fail to pay or fall behind in paying your taxes for a variety of reasons. You may have had major health issues, possibly a divorce, a job loss or loss of income. Small business owners may find themselves falling behind with their payroll taxes which will quickly escalate into a very large tax debt which will include penalties and interest.
The amount of your back tax debt may quickly add up and discourage you. You may feel that your back tax debt will never be paid. Because of your fear, anxiety and discouragement, you may fail to file your tax returns. It may be your hope that IRS will overlook your delinquent tax returns.
You may be worried and anxious that coming forward will get you into even more trouble with the IRS. You may think, erroneously, that by coming forward you will find out that you owe even more than you do. You may think, once again erroneously, that the IRS will forget you. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
Not doing anything is the worst possible thing that you can do. What you do not realize is that everything is negotiable with the IRS if you have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney.
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The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have many successful years helping clients such as yourself. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has never had a client complaint.
OFFER in COMPROMISE - As heartless and relentless as the IRS can be, the IRS does realize that life happens. Sometimes a taxpayer, such as yourself, may end up with a enormous back tax debt that you will be unable to pay. The IRS has an IRS settlement program called an Offer in Compromise. The Offer in Compromise program is a win-win situation for both the IRS and you. The IRS collects on the back tax debt while getting you, the taxpayer into compliance. Being in compliance means that you are filing your tax returns and paying the amount that you owe. In return, you, the taxpayer, pays a drastically reduced amount. The Offer in Compromise program is a complicated process and we highly recommend that an experienced IRS Tax Attorney prepare your Offer in Compromise. You must meet certain requirements to be qualified and eligible for an IRS settlement through an Offer in Compromise.
The IRS has eased its requirements for Offer in Compromise eligibility. More taxpayers than ever are now eligible and qualified for a Streamlined Offer in Compromise.
CURRENTLY NOT COLLECTIBLE - For those taxpayers who are on a fixed and limited income, such as Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI), or are experiencing financial hardship, you may qualify to be placed in Currently not Collectible status. If your experienced IRS Tax Attorney convinces the IRS that you, the taxpayer, are in economic peril, the IRS will determine you to be Currently not Collectible. The IRS will cease all collection activity against you. The IRS will not attempt to collect from you. Currently not Collectible status last for a period of time (usually 18 to 24 months). At nthe end of this period, the IRS will re-evaluate your financial situation. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out and you may never pay anything toward your back tax debt.
PENALTY ABATEMENT - If you, the taxpayer, show the IRS an inability to pay your back tax debt, the IRS may abate some of the penalties that have been added to your tax liability. The IRS may also abate the your penalties due to a reasonable cause. A reasonable cause for your IRS problem can be many things. A divorce, loss of income, bad tax advice by a professional or the IRS, health issues, etc. can all be reasonable cause issues.
INSTALLMENT AGREEMENT - If you do not qualify for an Offer in Compromise or to be declared Currently not Collectible, but still cannot pay your full tax liability in a single payment, the IRS offer an Installment Agreement option. An Installment payment plan is negotiated with the IRS to make the repayment of your back tax debt more manageable. You, the taxpayer, may qualify for a Partial Payment Installment Agreement where smaller payments are made which will total less than your original tax debt.
PLEASE NOTE - Never negotiate an Installment Agreement with the IRS unless your are positive that your back tax debt has been reduced to its lowest possible amount.
I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Clients Relations with Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will be conducting your free and confidential consultation regarding your IRS problem. It is my duty to you as well as Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., to provide you with an honest and straightforward evaluation of your tax problem. Negotiating with the IRS can be intimidating. The Tax Code is perplexing as well as astounding in its complexity. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will start working for you immediately. The experienced IRS Tax Attorneys, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will negotiate an IRS settlement that you can afford to live with. Our tax team will provide you with an action plan that will have our best recommendations to resolve your IRS problem.
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