Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Flat Fee Tax Relief -- IRS Tax Relief Through an Offer in Compromise

ECONOMIC TIMES ARE TOUGH

ARE YOU

QUALIFIED and ELIGIBLE

for 

IRS TAX RELIEF

OFFER in COMPROMISE

WHAT IS AN OFFER in COMPROMISE:

An Offer in Compromise is a settlement agreement between a taxpayer who has a financial hardship and the IRS who is trying to collect on a back tax debt. If you are qualified and eligible for an Offer in Compromise you could be paying far less than the IRS has been trying to collect from you. 

An IRS settlement via the Offer in Compromise program will most likely be accepted when it can be shown to the IRS that the taxpayer is financially struggling and it is in everyone's best interest to settle the back tax liability. The IRS has a complicated formula that is used to determine if the offered settlement amount and the time frame to pay the settlement is realistic. 

The goal of the IRS of the IRS is to collect as much of a back tax debt as possible in the least amount of time. Not only does the IRS want to collect money from you, the taxpayer, but the IRS also wants to close case files.



THERE ARE 3 REASONS FOR AN OFFER in COMPROMISE:
  1. Doubt as to Collectability - The Flat Fee Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will demonstrate and prove to the IRS that our client, the taxpayer, can never pay the back tax debt in full and that it is in the best interest of the IRS to accept the offered settlement. Be advised that all Offer in Compromise petitions are accepted. Although your Offer may be rejected, other strategies may prove to be effective such as having our client declared to be Currently not Collectible (more on that later). Also a strategy involving an Installment Agreement may get the same effective result.
  2. Doubt as to Liability - Your Tax relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. would have to prove and establish that the back tax liability that the IRS is trying to collect is not the taxpayers debt. If you want to argue that the back tax debt is not owed, you, the taxpayer will need to offer strong documentation to support your position. In all honesty, this is very, very difficult and in our opinion, not worth pursuing. You are better off going with a Offer in Compromise based on an inability to pay your back tax debt. 
  3. Effective Tax Administration - When you, the taxpayer, know that your tax liability is owed and you own assets or you have the money that could pay off your back tax debt, an Offer in Compromise may still be available to you. The Flat Fee Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. would have to show that although you, the taxpayer could pay your tax liability, shouldn't have to pay the back tax debt as it may affect your overall circumstances and possibly make you insolvent. If you are elderly and on a fixed income and own your home, this may be the vehicle for your Offer in Compromise. These are a few examples of what may qualify you for an Offer in Compromise using an Effective Tax Administration petition:
  • You, the taxpayer, are on a fixed income and you are unable to work due to medical conditions (long term illness, etc.), injury or disability. Although you may have the money or assets to pay the back tax debt that the IRS is seeking, you will not be able to earn the money due to the previously stated reasons.
  • You, the taxpayer, may have dependents that require your financial support. If payment of your tax liability jeopardizes the health or care of your loved ones (dependents), an Offer in Compromise by Effective Tax Administration may be a valid reason for your IRS settlement.
  • If you, the taxpayer, have the assets and equity to pay your tax liability but you cannot borrow against them or you are unable to liquidate those assets, an Offer in Compromise through Effective Tax Administration may be grounds for your IRS settlement. It will be necessary to show and prove to the IRS that it will be a struggle for you to pay your basic living expenses.
Doubt as to Collectability remains the number 1 reason that the IRS will settle for less. 

YOUR PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR AN OFFER in COMPROMISE:
  1. You, the taxpayer, could pay your accepted IRS settlement off within 90 days.
  2. You could request a short term payment plan. The IRS considers a short term payment plan to be 24 months or less and is determined by such factors as the amount of your settlemnt and your ability to pay. If your accepted Offer in Compromise is $100.00 (yes, the Flat Fee Tax Relief Team has had accepted IRS settlements in this range), you cannot expect to pay such a small amount off in 24 months. 
  3. You, the taxpayer, can request a long term payment plan. A long term plan could be 60, 72, or 84 months. Obviously, the amount of the settlement and your ability to pay would dictate the payment terms. A long term payment plan with the IRS could always mean the length of time for the Statute of Limitations to run out on your settled offer.
WHAT ELSE IS REQUIRED IF YOUR OFFER in COMPROMISE IS ACCEPTED:
  1. You, the taxpayer, will make all of your payments to the IRS in a timely fashion. 
  2. You, the taxpayer, will file your tax returns on time for 5 straight years. No extensions. You will be on "tax probation."
  3. You, the taxpayer, will incur no tax debt during your 5 years of "tax probation". If you owe the IRS any money when you file your tax returns, you will pay that amount.
If you fail at keeping your end of the bargain, the IRS will immediately reinstate your back tax debt and add all of the penalties and interest to you tax liability.

The Offer in Compromise program is a wonderful way to get a fresh start and settle with the IRS for less than your tax liability. Don't abuse it. It isn't a "get out of jail free card." The IRS is is a collection agency and the IRS will expect you to adhere to the stipulations of your settlement. Don't be silly and "screw it up."


I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., and I will be conducting your free and confidential consultation. During this evaluation conversation, you will be asked: how much is your gross monthly income, are you married, does your spouse work and if so, how much is their gross monthly income, do you own or rent, if you own, do you have any equity, how much is your rent/mortgage, how much are your utilities, do you pay for health coverage, do pay for prescription medication, do you have children/dependents, how many, do you pay child support, do you have auto payments, do you have secured loans? These are some of the vital questions that need to be answered so that we can arrive with an action plan that will resolve your tax liability.

The Offer in Compromise program has been expanded during the past year (2011) to include taxpayers who earn $100,000. The IRS has come to the realization that during this economic downturn, it is in the  interest of the taxpayer and the IRS to settle cases when appropriate. 

The goal of your Flat Fee Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is to get you the best IRS settlement possible and reduce your back tax debt as much as possible. The experienced IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, inc. can help almost every delinquent taxpayer.  If we can't, we will let you know at the outset.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

MAKES AN

OFFER in COMPROMISE

AFFORDABLE


  1. Can you afford a $300.00 initial retainer to resolve your IRS problem?
  2. Can you make monthly payments of $200.00 for 8 months?
  3. If you can do the 1st 2 items, you can afford to get a fresh start and put the IRS behind you.
WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FOR YOUR OFFER in COMPROMISE:
  • Guided by our christian Values
  • No Complaints
  • Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  • Credibility and Reliability
  • Get Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FEES:
  • Fixed, Flat and Affordable
  • Low Initial Retainer
  • Low Monthly Fees that will fit your Budget
  • Fair and Reasonable
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Flat Fee Tax Relief -- What is Tax Relief -- Settling Your Back Taxes with the IRS

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

OFFERS

FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF

AT 

AFFORDABLE FEES

This is Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. "step by step" process for resolving your IRS back tax problems. You can stop the anxiety, end the sleepless nights and have a fresh start. You can do this by following the steps listed below.

THE STEP BY STEP PROCESS:

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will lead and guide you through your IRS problems based on your individual set of circumstances. Our Flat Fee Tax Relief Team will put an action plan together which starts during our initial consultation with you. You will be represented by an IRS Tax Attorney who has many years of hands on experience with the collection division of the IRS. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will resolve your IRS problems without you needing to leave your home or business.



IMMEDIATE IRS TAX RELIEF:

When a call for an initial consultation comes in to us at Flat Fee tax Service, inc. it is usually because someone has an impending IRS Levy or has been visited by a Revenue Officer. If you are suffering with an IRS problem that is causing you sleepless nights, anxiety or you face financial hardship due to a back tax debt, the Flat Fee Tax Relief Team can lift this burden off of your shoulders and help you get a fresh start. 

During our initial consultation, you will be provided with an action plan that will resolve your IRS problems given the information that you provide us. This action plan could be altered after our initial consultation because we may uncover further IRS problems that need to be resolved that you may be unaware of. 

After our initial consultation, we will email, fax or "snail mail" you 2 documents. One is our Basic Client Agreement which defines our services for you as well as our very affordable fees and monthly payment arrangements that will fit your budget. The other document that you will receive from us is an IRS Form 2848. This is a Power of Attorney. Once you become a client of ours, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., the IRS Tax Attorney assigned to your case will fax the 2848 Form to the IRS at the same time that we are conducting our compliance call on your behalf. The 2848 Form allows our Flat Fee Tax Relief Team to represent you before the IRS and is legally required by the IRS. The IRS will discontinue contacting you although you will receive notices. After the 2848 Form has been filed and the IRS has been alerted that you have representation, both you and Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. should receive any notice sent by the IRS. Now, the IRS being the IRS, this may not always happen. Should you receive a notice of any kind from the IRS we want you, our client, to notify us immediately. It is always better to be safe than sorry and we do not want the IRS to blindside us.

WE WILL STOP THE IRS ENFORCED COLLECTIONS AGAINST YOU:

Nearly all of our clients have an IRS Levy problem. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has never failed at having an IRS Wage Levy stopped and released. Never. In fact, we will have your IRS Wage Garnishment stopped and released within 1 Day / 24 hours if you are compliant. In fact, the Flat Fee Tax Relief Team has been very successful in removing an IRS Wage Levy prior to filing a clients deliquent tax returns. As the song from a James Bond film declared, "Nobody Does It Better."

YOU WILL COMPLETE FINANCIAL QUESTIONNAIRES FOR US:

The basis for a successful negotiation with the IRS is contained in the information you provide us by completing our financial questionnaire. The information that you provide will tell us, as well as the IRS, if you can be declared to be Currently not Collectible, if you are eligible and qualified for an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program, if it would be best to pursue a Penalty Abatement or what you can afford to pay toward an Installment Agreement. If the IRS has demanded that you fill out a 433 Form of any type, do not do so until you fill out our confidential financial questionnaire. 

WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU AND HOW DID THIS IRS PROBLEM OCCUR:

Unless you are a tax protester, more than likely, something happened in your life that caused your IRS problem to spiral out of control. Tell us what happened. We need to know. You may have had medical problems (yourself or a loved one). You may have had a loss of income due to job loss or failed business venture. You may have had substance abuse issues. You may have experienced a divorce. There are many reasons for you being where you are right now. These are called "reasonable causes" and they can be the basis for having the penalties and the interest on those penalties waived and eliminated. This is not an insignificant amount of money as the IRS is charging you approximately 30% or more per year in penalties and interest. Our Flat Fee Tax Relief Team needs to know your story and will provide you with a Penalty Abatement form. Tell us your story so that we may help you and resolve your back tax debt.

DO YOU HAVE DELINQUENT AND UNFILED TAX RETURNS:

As written above, the experienced IRS Tax Attorneys have had much success in having an IRS Wage Levy stopped and released prior to getting our clients into IRS compliance. Being in "compliance" means that all of your tax returns have been prepared and filed. If the IRS has prepared a Substitute for Return be advised that a Substitute for Return or SFR, is not a tax return. An SFR is an assessment that allows the IRS the legal authority to file a Federal Tax Lien or execute an IRS Levy against you. Before you can enter into any negotiation with the IRS, a taxpayer must be compliant. A taxpayer cannot even get themselves into an Installment Agreement prior to becoming compliant. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will gather your Income Statements from the IRS and prepare your delinquent tax returns. After our initial contact with the IRS your Flat Fee Tax relief Team will decipher how many tax returns need to be prepared to get the job done and resolve your IRS problem once and for all.

AN OFFER in COMPROMISE: 

After receiving the financial questionnaire back from you, we will determine the best course of action for you. We will have a pretty good idea after our initial consultation but the final determining factor is your financial questionnaire. In February of this year (2011) the IRS has expanded the Offer in Compromise program to include taxpayers that earn $100,000. This is significant. The IRS has called their new program a Streamlined Offer in Compromise. 

An Offer in Compromise is not for everyone. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will let you know immediately if you are qualified and eligible for a settlement offer. 

You do not have to pay your Offer in Compromise in a lump sum. You can pay the IRS your settlement in monthly installments. This is one reason that we advise everyone to consult with us prior to agreeing to an Installment Agreement with the IRS. Would you rather make payments on the entire tax liability or make installment payments on a lesser amount? It's seems to be a "no-brainer."

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT DURING THE OFFER IN COMPROMISE PROCESS:

Your Offer in Compromise documents will be sent to either New York or Tennessee for processing by the IRS. It is during this time that the IRS will look to have your settlement offer be declared "un-processable." This means that your "i's" weren't dotted and your "t's" were not crossed. The IRS is in the business of collecting money so they will always be looking to reject an Offer in Compromise application. But the IRS must follow the rules. 

Currently, the IRS approves approximately 34% of the Offers presented to it. There are 2 reasons why the percentage isn't higher: 1 is some people insist on doing their own Offer in Compromise and the other is the amount of frivolous Offers in Compromise that are submitted.

Would you represent yourself in a DUI case and expect to win it? If you were charged with a felony, do you think you might be better off with an Attorney? Why would you represent yourself in trying to settle with the IRS? Once in a while, someone may be able to do their own Offer in Compromise. Hey, once in a while a blind squirrel bumps into an acorn. Miracles do happen, but, 99.9% of the time an Offer in Compromise prepared by a novice taxpayer will be rejected. That is a simple fact of life.

Settling with the IRS is too important to be "putzing around with."

TIME IT TAKES TO PROCESS AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE:

Due to the current state of our economy, an Offer in Compromise will take 12 to 13 months before it is approved. The IRS will be requesting back up information. these requests will have deadlines. Miss a deadline and you can count on starting the process all over again.

Once again, the IRS will look for reasons to reject your offer. During the Offer in Compromise process, all collection activity will cease.  However, the IRS may continue to try and intimidate you.

The IRS will not give in easily but remember, the IRS must follow the rules. The IRS will "push the envelope" through fear and intimidation. 

You will continue to receive letters/notices from the IRS. These letters/notices may confuse you. They are meant to confuse you. If you are contacted by the IRS during the Offer in Compromise process, get the name and identification number of the IRS employee and provide this information to us. We will handle it from there. If you receive some sort of notice by mail, you should contact us immediately.

The IRS is notorious for losing documents submitted by taxpayers. The IRS may inform you that certain documents have not been submitted. The IRS has many data bases and some of these data bases are not linked together nor are they updated regularly. This system is intended to work in their favor.

If you are informed of a problem with missing documents, you should contact the Flat Fee Tax Relief Team immediately so that we may sort it out correctly.

The IRS may ask for supporting documents every 30, 60 or 90 days. The IRS may try to wear you out. This all depends on the Revenue Officer assigned to your Offer in Compromise case.

 YOU CAN HAVE A FRESH START 


I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I am the member of our Flat Fee Tax Relief Team who will be conducting your free and confidential consultation. During our initial evaluation of your IRS problem, I will be seeking information such as: your gross monthly income, are you married, if so, what is your spouses gross monthly income, do you have children, how many, do you pay child support, do you have health insurance, if you do how much do pay for it, do you have an auto, is it paid for, if not, how much are your monthly payments, do you have life insurance, if you do, how much do you pay for it, do you have any secured loans, do you have a 401K, an annuity, do you own a home or rent, how much is your monthly payment and if you own a home, do you have any equity in it. These are some questions that will provide us with an action plan for you.

Once you become our client, the steps stated above will be implemented immediately.

WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE FOR YOUR IRS TAX RELIEF:
  • Guided by our Christian Values
  • No Complaints
  • Thorough, Credible and Reliable
  • Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  • We Get Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE FEES:
  • Fixed, Flat and Fair
  • Low Initial Retainer
  • Low Monthly Fees that Fit your Budget
  • Affordable to Most Everyone 

OUR FEES

  1. Initial Retainer is $300.00
  2. 8 Monthly Payments of $200.00
  3. Total is $1900.00 to resolve your IRS problem.
  4. This is Value that Cannot be Beat.
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Monday, November 28, 2011

Flat Fee Tax Relief -- IRS Garnishment of Wages Released in 1 Day

DO YOU NEED A

RELEASE OF AN

IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT

IN 

1 DAY

If you need an IRS Wage Levy stopped and released now, that means today, contact, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. (1-800-589-3078) and keep your full paycheck on your next payday. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. provides you with complete Flat Fee Tax Relief at affordable fees that can be paid over a 9 month period of time (see below for details).



If you, the taxpayer, has unpaid tax liabilities, you can sure that the IRS will find you, as well as your employer, and execute an IRS Wage Garnishment that will cripple you financially. That is a fact. 

The IRS can and will apply / execute and IRS Garnishment of Wages on your source(s) of income that include but not limited to the following:
  • Fees due you from any source
  • Commissions due you
  • Bonuses due you
  • Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly wages
  • Social Security benefits
  • Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI)
  • Payments from your Vendors if you are some sort of contractor.
An IRS Garnishment on your income is continuous which means that once it is in force, it will not end until either your back tax debt is completely paid in full, you enter into some sort of Installment Agreement, file an Offer in Compromise or you have it released through the efforts an an experienced tax Attorney who has had years of experience stopping and releasing IRS Wage Levies.

There isn't much that the IRS cannot take from you. The IRS can obviously seize your paycheck and can also take from you the following:
  • Autos
  • Coins
  • Paintings
  • Collectibles
  • Stocks
  • Bank Accounts
The IRS can take nearly everything. The exceptions are the following:
  • School clothes and books.
  • The IRS will not take furniture, personal effects or provisions up to a certain amount. This means that if you have expensive "stuff", the IRS will take it and auction it off.
  • The IRS cannot take your unemployment payments.
  • The IRS will take your work tools or books related to your business. However, the IRS could station a Revenue Officer at your business and he/she could seize any money that is taken at your cash register. The IRS can also seize the checks that you receive by mail.
  • The IRS cannot seize certain annuities or pensions. The IRS could demand that you cash them out and would expect to be paid half of their value because cashing them out would of course create a tax liability.
  • The IRS cannot take your workers compensation payments.
  • The IRS cannot seize the child support payments that you receive. Alimony is a different story.

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. If you are being Levied by the IRS, the Flat Fee Tax Relief team will have your IRS Garnishment of your Wages stopped and released in 1 day. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been and continues to be the nationwide tax relief leader in providing value and service to those taxpayers that are being injured by the IRS. The Flat Fee Tax relief team has never failed to have an IRS Levy on someones wages stopped and released. Never.

Once your IRS Garnishment of your Wages has been released, we need to look at resolving your entire back tax debt. The following tax resolution tactics will be looked at thoroughly and a game plan that fits your particular circumtances will be implemented:
  • Filing all of your delinquent tax returns. By doing so, the Flat Fee Tax Relief team can dramatically reduce the assessed tax debt that the IRS is chasing you for.
  • Amend your previous tax returns. Many tax preparers miss deductions that taxpayers are legitimate claim.
  • if you are on a fixed income such as Social Security, Social Security Disability (SSDI) or are an hourly employee, you may be declared to be Currently not Collectible. This means that all collection activity by the IRS will cease. The IRS will leave you alone for a period of time (ussually 18 to 24 months) and he IRS will periodically review your finances. If nothing has changed, you will continue to be Currently not Collectible and the Statute of Limitations will continue to run out on your back tax debt. It is quite conceivable that you will never pay any of the back tax debt that you have incurred.
  • You can settle with the IRS for less through the Offer in Compromise program. The IRS expanded the Offer in Compromise program in February of this year (2011) and now includes those taxpayers who earn $100,000 per year. This is called a Streamlined Offer in Compromise. Not everyone is eligible and qualified for an Offer in Compromise but if you are eligible for an IRS settlement, you should take advantage of this opportunity to rid yourself of your back tax debt.
NO TAX RELIEF FIRM CAN BEAT

THE

FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF TEAM

AT

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

FOR 

VALUE AND SERVICE


WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FOR YOUR TAX RELIEF:
  • Guided by our Christian Values
  • No Complaints
  • IRS Garnishment on your Wages stopped and Released in 1 Day
  • Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  • Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC FEES:
  • Fixed and Flat
  • Affordable IRS Tax Relief Fees
  • Fair and Reasonable
  • Fees Payable in Monthly Installments ($300 initial retainer and 8 monthly payments of $200 for a total of $1900 for complete IRS Tax Relief).

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Friday, November 18, 2011

TAX PROBLEMS -- Stop Wage Levy -- How Can I Stop the IRS -- IRS Levy

STOP WAGE LEVY

by 

THE IRS

in

1 DAY

Stop and Protect Against IRS Wage Garnishment - Release a Wage Levy Today:

Once the IRS sends a Notice of Intent to Levy, you will have 30 days before the Levy will legally take effect. A Wage Levy is the easiest and most logical collection tactic that the IRS can employ. It is easy because the IRS computers do the work for them. The computer, known as the Automated Collection System (ACS), simply matches up your data (Social Security number, W-2 info or 1099 info, etc.) and voila, the IRS has you. The IRS is only required to send out the Notice of Intent to Levy. The IRS is not required to make sure that you received it. The Notice of Intent to Levy could have been for any assessed tax debt for any tax year that you may owe. The Notice of Intent to Levy needs to be sent only once to be effective.

At the end of the 30 day period, the IRS will contact your employer, the people you do business with, the Social Security Administration or your bank(s) and the the IRS will order them to garnish (levy your wages, etc.) your wages in order to pay the tax liability that the IRS claims that you owe. A wage garnishment (wage levy) is continuous which means that it will stay in effect until the assessed tax debt, as well as penalties and interest, is paid in full or stopped (released).

YOU HAVE RIGHTS

YOU HAVE OPTIONS

Once the IRS executes a Wage Garnishment (Levy), the IRS can close your case. Think about it, the IRS collects the back tax debt that they believe to be the correct amount and they don't have to put any more manpower toward collecting your tax liability. Case Closed.

The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. want your file to be open because we know what your Rights are and our experienced IRS Tax Relief Team knows that the amount that the IRS claims that you owe can most likely be reduced (sometimes very dramatically). 

Now, many tax resolution firms will tell you that, before the IRS will stop and release a Wage Garnishment, your delinquent tax returns must be filed. These tax resolution firms will claim that you must be compliant before an IRS Wage Levy will be released. Well, we at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. are telling you otherwise. Our IRS Tax Relief Team have had great success at stopping an IRS Wage Levy prior to getting a client compliant. Our IRS Tax Attorneys will, indeed, promise the IRS that you will have all of your delinquent tax returns prepared and filed in a certain period of time. We expect your tax returns to be prepared and filed in the time frame that we have negotiated for you. Our job, focus, goal and task at Flat Fee tax Service, Inc. is to reduce your tax liability as much as possible and resolve your IRS problem "once and for all."

This is our recommendation to you:


ZIP YOU LIP SHUT

The IRS is the world's largest and most powerful collection agency in the world. The agents and Revenue Officers at the IRS are trained at intimidation and gathering information. On any given day of the week, there are 20 MILLION taxpayers who have an IRS problem. The IRS has "heard it all." You will not outsmart, out slick or intimidate the IRS. You will inevitably say the wrong thing and disclose information that you shouldn't disclose. Make no mistake about it, the IRS will pounce on any information that will lead to collecting more money. What does work is knowing how the collection division of the IRS works and what your Rights are. Only an IRS Tax Professional with many years of experience handling cases like yours will have the knowledge and expertise to get you "out of this pickle."

Ways to Stop a Wage Garnishment / Release a Wage Levy:
  • Pay the IRS Off in Full - Paying off the IRS in full will stop a Wage Garnishment. That shouldn't be earth shaking news. More than likely, you do not have the ability to pay the assessed back tax debt off in full. Now, if you had the money to pay in full your IRS tax liability and didn't, then you need some education on money management. The IRS has been charging you some serious money in terms of penalties and interest. 
  • File an Offer in Compromise - In the "Notice of Intent to Levy" the IRS mentions that you can pay your tax liability off in full or you can make an "alternative arrangement." An "alternative arrangement" could be getting yourself into an Installment Agreement (more on that below), being declared to be Currently not Collectible (more on this below) or settling with the IRS for less through the Offer in Compromise program. An Offer in Compromise allows a financially struggling taxpayer to settle their back debt for less than the assessed tax liability. Not everyone is eligible and qualified for an Offer in Compromise but know this: the IRS in February 2010 expanded the amount of taxpayers that are eligible. You can now earn $100,000 per year and be eligible. This is due to the realization that taxpayers are suffering during this economic downturn and that many taxpayers need real tax relief and a fresh start. The filing of an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise is complicated and filled with pitfalls. If you are serious about getting out of tax debt then you seriously need an experienced IRS Tax Attorney to handle your your Offer in Compromise. 
  • Enter into an IRS Payment Plan / Installment Agreement - You have a back tax debt, you call the IRS and enter into an IRS payment plan. Just like that, the IRS has closed your case. How easy was that? Pretty darn easy, wasn't it. Well, we are here to tell you that anyone can enter into a very bad Installment Agreement with the IRS. IT doesn't take any skill or know how to put yourself into the "frying pan." The IRS will continue to charge you penalties and interest. Your assessed tax debt will double in a little more than 3 years. Have you ever heard the expression "shoveling against the tide?" That's what you will be doing. Before you enter into any Installment Agreement, you need to know if your tax returns can be amended to lower your tax debt. You need to know if the penalties and interest can be eliminated through a Penalty Abatement. You need to know if you are Currently not Collectible and if you are, you won't have to make any payments whatsoever. Or, you could be qualified and eligible to settle with the IRS by filing an Offer in Compromise.
  • Being Declared Currently not Collectible - If you are an hourly worker, on Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) you may be declared to be Currently not Collectible. That means that the IRS will leave you alone and stop all collection activity against you for a period of time. This period of time has been 18 to 24 months but it could be less. At the end of this time frame, the IRS will check in with you regarding your finances. If nothing has changed, you continue to be Currently not Collectible. The IRS will file a Federal Tax Lien. We say, "so what." If you don't have the wherewithal to pay your delinquent tax debt, who cares about a Federal Tax Lien. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out which means that you may never pay any of the back tax debt assessed to you.
Ways to Negate a Wage Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy:
  1. Prove to the IRS that the Wage Garnishment causes a Financial Hardship - If it can be proven to the IRS that the Wage Levy is causing a financial hardship, the IRS will stop the Levy against you "temporarily." The assessed amount of back tax debt will still be owed but all collection activity will cease for a period of time. We discussed being Currently not Collectible above. The IRS will not collect from you if your "allowable expenses" exceeds your monthly income. Now, what the IRS considers your necessary "allowable expenses" and what you consider to be necessary could be dramatically different. That is why you really should have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney handle all negotiations with the IRS. The IRS is not a "charitable organization" or a "consumer advocate." The IRS is a collection agency and a powerful one at that. The job of the IRS is to collect as much money as possible and if they can play "fast and loose" with the rules, they will. The IRS uses a very complicated formula to determine a taxpayers ability to pay back their tax liability. The IRS is not going to tell you what it is. 
  2. Change or Quit Your Job - We do not recommend this. Economic times are tough and good jobs (jobs in general) are hard to find and in short supply. Hang on to yours. If you you quit your job, it will be a very short period of time before the IRS finds your new employer and you will be back in the same predicament, except more penalties and interest will have been added to your assessed back tax debt. The IRS Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. recommends that you deal with your IRS problem today. Don't wait any further for what will be inevitable. 
  3. You Could File Bankruptcy - We are not Bankruptcy Attorneys and will not be giving you any advice, one way or another, on filing Bankruptcy. What we can say is this, yes, a Bankruptcy filing will stop an IRS Wage Levy temporarily and your tax debt may not be wiped out.
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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. During our evaluation of your IRS problem, we will need the following information: What is Your Income? Are You Married? If so, What is Your Spouses Income? Do You have an Auto Payments? How Much? Do You Contribute to Your Health Care / Insurance? Do You have Child Support? How Much is Your Rent? Mortgage? If you Have a Mortgage, Do You Have an Equity? How Much are Your utility Payments? Do You have Dependent Children? Have Any Secured Loans?

These are some of the questions that I will ask you. During our evaluation of your IRS problem, we will have an action plan for that will resolve your back tax debt once and for all. If you choose us, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., to handle your IRS problem, you will be in good hands.

WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. TO STOP IRS LEVY AND SETTLE WITH THE IRS:
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Thursday, November 17, 2011

IRS TAX SOLUTIONS -- How to Stop a Tax Levy -- File for a Offer in Compromise

HOW TO STOP A TAX LEVY

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OFFER in COMPROMISE

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An Offer in Compromise - Settling with the IRS for Less

You can settle with the IRS for less than your assessed tax liability through a program called an Offer in Compromise. Not everyone is eligible and qualified for an Offer in Compromise. The IRS has a complicated financial formula that takes into account many factors.

If you are struggling financially and you owe a back tax debt to the IRS, you would be foolish not to take a serious look at settling with the IRS. During the Offer in Compromise process, the IRS will cease all collection activity. You will not be levied while your Offer is being considered.

Currently, the IRS has settled 34% of the the Offer in Compromise cases brought to it. Believe it or not, 34% is a significant amount of settlements when you consider how many novice and inexperienced taxpayers try and process their own Offer in Compromise. Couple that fact with the number of taxpayers who file frivolous settlement Offers and 34% seems about right.

The Offer in Compromise Process:

The IRS allows an individual taxpayer, such as yourself, to settle their back tax debt for less because in many cases the IRS will be able to collect more from you now than by continuing enforced collection tactics. 

The IRS will accect your settlement offer if you have "dotted all the i's and crossed all of your t's" in your Offer in Comprise documentation. Also, the IRS will accept your Offer if your settlement amount is "right on the money." The IRS can easily reject your Offer because your paperwork was sloppy or you did not provide them with the proper documentation. The IRS does not have to give you a reason for your rejected Offer. The IRS can simply tell you that your settlement offer was "un-processable."

Are You Qualified and Eligible - Offer in Compromise Requirements:

The IRS only allows taxpayers that meet a specific set of requirements to settle their back tax liabilities. Although there are 3 different categories for an Offer in Compromise, the only one that you should be concerned with is: Doubt as to Collectabilty.

Doubt as to Collectability - When doubt is raised as to whether or not your back tax liability, including penalties and interest, will be paid in full the IRS will consider an Offer in Compromise based on your inability to pay. Right now, in the economic times that we live in, more and more taxpayers are struggling financially. Everyone knows this. It isn't a secret.

The taxpayer will need to show and document to the IRS:
  • You are unlikely to able to pay the IRS more than your proposed settlement offer. The IRS works like a business and you need to prove to them that it is in everyone's best interest to accept your Offer. An Offer in Compromise is based on criteria that a novice taxpayer is privy to. 
  • Will it be feasible to let you, the taxpayer, have time to see if your financial conditions improve. The IRS will be looking to collect as much as they, but, the IRS is also interested in closing cases. The IRS has no shortage of delinquent taxpayers to deal with. Every year there are approximately 20 million taxpayers that have an IRS problem that needs to be resolved.  
  • Would "other people" (taxpayers) perceive, if the Offer in Compromise is accepted, the settlement to be improper? Well, fortunately, we live in a country that believes in giving people a 2nd chance. We live in a compassionate country that realizes sometimes people need a break. It is in the interest of the country to give people a fresh start. 

Additional Requirements for a Successful Offer in Compromise:
  • You cannot currently be going through the Bankruptcy process.
  • You, the taxpayer, must have all of your tax returns filed for the prior years.
  • If you are a business, you must have filed your payroll taxes for the previous 2 quarters.
  • You, the taxpayer, must pay the Offer in Compromise application fee of $150.00 in order for your Offer request to be processed.
  • You must submit the proper documentation to support your Offer in Compromise.



THE IRS RELAXES OFFER in COMPROMISE REQUIREMENTS

In February of this year (2011) the Commissioner of the IRS, Doug Shulman, announced a relaxation in the requirements for a successful Offer in Compromise. The IRS has a new "Offer program" which they call a "Streamlined Offer in Compromise." If a taxpayer makes $100,000 per year, they are now eligible to settle with the IRS. This is significant. There are other very important changes to the settlement program. Many of these new policies regarding the Streamlined Offer in Compromise program will be reviewed during the upcoming year. But know this, with our terrible economy, many taxpayers have been suffering and the prospects for a quick turnaround are not eminent. The IRS needs to close cases. If your Offer in Compromise is handled professionally and efficiently, your IRS case can be closed.

Reasons Why Your Offer in Compromise May be Rejected:
  • You made an Offer that was deemed to be too low. In other words, you tried to "low-ball" the IRS. Negotiating with the IRS is not like haggling with your dentist or plumber. The IRS has a formula to calculate a successful settlement. If you are not "right on the money" you can forget it and you can start the process all over again.
  • You, the taxpayer, failed to provide the supporting documents. You will be required to provide receipts, pay stubs, bank statements as well as other supporting documents. Should you not provide documents or you provide the requested documentation beyond the deadline given, your Offer in Compromise will be rejected. The IRS will always be looking for a reason to tell you "no way."
  • Have you been convicted of a serious crime? If so, forget about it.
  • You didn't provide the IRS with your application fee and you did not receive a waiver of fees.
  • You are living above what the IRS calls "Allowable Living Expenses." Once again that pesky IRS financial formula comes up.
  • You failed to "dot the i's and cross the t's." In other words, your paperwork was sloppy or you missed an item. Either way, your Offer in Compromise will be deemed to be "un-processable."


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 and we can determine, at that time, your eligibility for an IRS settlement through the Offer in compromise program. Be prepared to let us know what your gross month is. Are you married? Does your wife work and if so, what is her gross monthly income? Do you have automobile payments? If so, how much are they? Do you contribute to your health insurance? Do you have term life insurance? Do you have child support payments? How much is your rent or mortgage payment. If you have a mortgage, do you have any equity in your home? How much do you spend on utilities? Do you have a secured loan? Do you have an IRA or 401K? If so, what is the value of your retirement account?

These are some of the questions that I will be covering with you. If you are on a fixed income such as Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI), are an hourly worker or your prospects of having any large increase in earnings are nil, then you really owe to yourself and to your family to go through the Offer in Compromise process. A Fresh Start is called for and you can have it but you need to get the settlement process started.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

IRS Problem: How Can I Stop a Tax Levy -- You Can Stop Your IRS Levy Today

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Preventing a Federal Tax Levy:

If you have received "Notice of Intent to Levy" or a "Notice to Levy" from the IRS, you need to act immediately before the IRS starts seizing your assets. You assets may include any of the following: your paycheck, your wages, your commission check, your Social Security, your Social Security Disability (SSDI), your bank account(s) and even your automobile.

You prevent a Federal Tax Levy by contacting Flat Fee Tax Service.

When Will the IRS Impose a Tax Levy:

It really shouldn't come as a shock to you if the IRS imposes a Tax Levy on you. You know that you have a back tax debt. The IRS has been sending you numerous notices and demands for payment. So, when you receive a notice from your employer or your bank that you are going to be "short of money," you shouldn't be surprised.

The IRS Only Needs to do These 3 Things Before They Levy You:
  1. The IRS has assessed you a tax liability and sent you a notice and demand for payment. The IRS only has an obligation to send you a notice. The IRS is not obligated to make sure that you received notice.
  2. You refused or neglected to pay the tax liability that has been assessed to you. In other words, you have a back tax debt.
  3. The IRS sent to you a "Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Hearing" at least 30 days prior to the Tax Levy. Once again, the IRS is only obligated to send you a notice. The IRS is not obligated to make sure that you received it. Also, the Notice to Levy only needs to be sent once. So a "Notice of Intent to Levy" could have been sent to you years ago and it is still good.
The IRS can send a notice to your last known address and they are covered. The IRS could deliver the notice in person but this is rear. The IRS knows that they will receive a certain amount of responses from a Levy Notice. The problem with responding is this: you don't know what your correct back tax debt is. You will be taking the IRS' word for the amount. Your tax returns could be amended. You could be declared to be Currently not Collectible. You could settle with the IRS for less through an Offer in Compromise.

The Effects of a Tax Levy by the IRS:

The IRS will send out an order to levy to every entity that the IRS believes is paying you money. In the order to levy, the IRS will demand that the entity that is paying you send the IRS your money instead. These 3rd parties (employers, clients, banks, etc.) will honor the IRS demand because if they do not honor the levy demand, these entities will be responsible for your back tax debt.


AN IRS TAX LEVY
is like getting

hit in the head 

with a 

HAMMER

Below are 3 Types of Tax Levy Used by the IRS:
  • IRS Wage Garnishment - Many people are familiar with the term "wage garnishment." The correct term used by the IRS is Levy. For our purposes they are interchangeable. An IRS Wage Garnishment is the most common form of tax levy used by the IRS. A garnishment can be handled entirely by computer. The Automated Collection System (ACS) simply matches your Social Security number with any information provided by your employer (W-2, 1099, etc.) and then your employer is notified that they must withhold a certain percentage of your pay. The IRS will leave you with barely enough money to feed yourself. 
  • Bank Levy - With this form of Tax Levy, the IRS will send an order to Levy to your bank or brokerage. The Tax Levy will require that your bank or brokerage hold your funds/money for 21 days from the date of the Levy. The 21 day period includes Saturday, Sunday and holidays. This doesn't give you a lot of time to get your money back. If you have unfiled tax returns you can forget about any money returned to you as you have no Rights due to being non-compliant. 
  • Property Seizure - This method of Tax Levy is the last resort used by the IRS. The IRS typically uses this method of collection for uncooperative taxpayers. Uncooperative taxpayers could also be called "tax protesters." If you have sent any "letters" to the IRS claiming that the Income Tax Code is unconstitutional, you shouldn't expect a great deal of co-operation from the IRS. Property that can and will be seized by the IRS include the following: house, car, boat, paintings, coins, gold, stamp collections, etc. In other words, property can be anything that the IRS can seize and sell to satisfy the tax liability assessed to you.
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Ways to Stop AN IRS Tax Levy:

There are many ways to stop a Tax Levy and have the Levy released. We, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., do not expect you to know them all. The method to stop your Tax Levy is made according to your individual set of circumstances. You need to know this, the Inspector General has determined that the IRS makes errors in 34% of the cases that go to appeal. Errors include: Tax Levies issued as well as Statute of Limitations errors. The IRS will not be making errors that favor you.

If you are struggling financially, you have options and Rights. Exercise them.

As you know by now, if you do not pay the IRS the tax assessed to you, the IRS can and will seize your assets. Below are some methods to stop a Tax Levy and have the Levy released.
  • Pay the IRS in Full - This is so obvious that it doesn't require a lot of thought. If you have the money to pay the IRS and do not, then shame on you and you deserve the full wrath of the IRS. If you do not have the funds to pay the IRS off in full, the IRS will encourage you to borrow the money from friends and family. The IRS will expect you to use a credit card to pay them. The IRS will expect you to borrow against or sell off some assets and apply that money to your back tax debt. if you do not have the wherewithal to pay your tax liability in full, you have other options.
  • Currently not Collectible - If you do not have any money left over after every expense allowed by the IRS has been accounted for, you may be declared to be Currently not Collectible. This means that the IRS will leave you alone and cease collection activity. The IRS will leave you alone for approximately 18 to 24 months. At the end of that time, the IRS will ask you once again to state your income and assets. If nothing has changed, you continue to enjoy being declared Currently not Collectible and the Statute of Limitations continues to run out on your back tax debt. The IRS will file a Federal Tax Lien. If you do not have any real property, then what does it matter. If you are an hourly wage earner or on a fixed income such as Social Security, you may very well be declared to Currently not Collectible.
  • Offer in Compromise - This is an IRS settlement method that allows a taxpayer to settle their assessed tax liability for less. An Offer in Compromise is not for everyone. you must be qualified and eligible. The IRS has a complicated formula to determine if a taxpayer can settle their back tax debt for less. The good news is this: the IRS has expanded the Offer in Compromise settlement program to include more taxpayers than ever before. 
  • Innocent Spouse Relief - This is a very rare form of IRS tax relief. It applies to so few individuals that you may have a better chance of seeing "Bigfoot" than having a successful filing for Innocent Spouse Relief. We, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., recommend that you look at amending your tax returns, being declared to Currently not Collectible or settling for less through the Offer in Compromise program rather than using the Innocent Spouse route.  
  • Installment Agreement - Now anyone, and we mean anyone, can accept what the IRS dictates to them. Anyone can agree to pay the IRS the amount that has been assessed in monthly installments. But, before you agree to anything, you need to find out if your assessed back tax debt is correct. Can you reduce the amount that the IRS is demanding by amending your tax returns? Can the penalties be eliminated through a Penalty Abatement? Are you Currently not Collectible? Can you settle your tax liability for less through an Offer in Compromise? You need to have these questions answered before you agree to do anything.
How to Request an Appeal of a Tax Levy:

If you do not agree with the Levy to Levy, then it becomes very important to file a request for a Collection Due Process hearing with the Office of Appeals by filing a request for a Collection Due Process hearing with the IRS office on your notice. Now, you could work out some sort of solution to you tax problem with the collection division of the IRS over the phone. As we wrote above, anyone can agree to a really bad deal. It doesn't take much skill or knowledge to find yourself in a very bad installment agreement. It is always a good idea to appeal the notice. This will stop the IRS collection action against you and allow you and your tax relief team the time needed to resolve your IRS problem.

You have Rights and options that are available to you. Take advantage of them. The IRS, after all, will take every advantage that they can to collect a back tax debt. 




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 to Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., to provide you with an honest and straightforward evaluation of your IRS problem. We can determine during the evaluation if you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS for less. During our time conversing we will know if you can be declared to be Currently not Collectible. During our evaluation we will know if we can get your IRS Wage Levy stopped and released in 1 day. 

Our IRS Tax Attorneys have never failed to have a Tax Levy stopped and released. NEVER!

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