Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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

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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 
IRS Wage Garnishment removal services up to $1900FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF IS AFFORDABLE - If you owe the IRS between $10K and $100K; pay only $1900 to stop your IRS Levy and settle with the IRS.


  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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1 comment:

  1. This is the step by step process available to you if you want to stop an IRS levy and settle with the IRS. You do not have to suffer with an IRS tax liability. You have options.

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