Friday, January 27, 2012

Tax Debt Help -- IRS Problems Solved -- IRS Tax Attorney -- Nationwide

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

offers

NATIONWIDE IRS REPRESENTATION

at

AFFORDABLE FEES



Question: Are you able to settle your back tax debt with the IRS for less?

Answer: Not everyone is eligible for an IRS settlement through the Fresh Start Initiative of the Offer in compromise program. The IRS, in February 2010, expanded the Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program to include those taxpayers who earn up to $100,000 per year. Although everyone's financial situation is different, the main common thread among eligible Offer in Compromise candidates is that they (the taxpayer) are struggling financially. 

The IRS has a complicated formula to determine the qualifications and eligibility for the Offer in Compromise program. After your free and confidential consultation with us, at Flat Fee tax Service, Inc., will have a very good idea if you qualify to settle with the IRS for less than back tax debt. 

Question: Is the Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program the only way that I can reduce my back tax debt?

Answer: No it is not. There are several ways to reduce the back tax debt that the IRS enforcement division is pressuring you to collect. Your back tax debt can be reduced by:
  1. Filing your delinquent tax returns. If you have unfiled tax returns, it is possible to have the penalties for unfiled tax returns reversed. The penalties for delinquent tax returns are enormous and if they are reduced / eliminated, it will make a major difference for you.
  2. Amend your tax returns. The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has found in many of our client cases that proper deductions were neglected. 
  3. Penalty Abatement. The IRS realizes that "things" happen. If you have what is called a "reasonable cause" for your back tax problem, the IRS can and will reverse out the penalties that IRS has assessed you. A "reasonable cause" could be many things, including: medical issues, loss of job, loss of income, fire, divorce, substance abuse, bad tax advice from a tax professional or bad tax advice from the IRS. You can only petition the IRS once for a penalty abatement so it had better been done right the very first time.
  4. Offer in Compromise. As written above, IRS settlement has a new Fresh start Initiative, known as an Offer in Compromise. The new fresh start program has been expanded so more taxpayers who are struggling are eligible. There are many factors that go into a successful Offer in Compromise. If you lack the assets and income to pay the back tax debt that is dragging you down, you really need to look into settling with the IRS and getting yourself a fresh start.
Question: The Internal Revenue Service, a/k/a the IRS, is very powerful. How can an experienced IRS Tax Attorney fight them in my case?

Answer: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the most powerful collection agency in the world. Congress has given the IRS enormous powers and the IRS is one of the most powerful government agencies. The IRS can levy and seize your wages, bank accounts and assets. The IRS can file a Tax Lien on all of your property. But they, the IRS, must operate and abide by the laws of the land. Taxpayers have Rights. An experience IRS Tax Attorney will know how to use the laws (Internal Revenue Code) to assist and protect you. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney will know how to negotiate on your behalf before the IRS.

Without legal council, a taxpayer with a back tax debt, can be quickly over overrun and steamrolled by the IRS which may cost that taxpayer serious and long lasting trouble. When taking on the IRS it is imperative that a taxpayer have retained an experienced IRS Tax Attorney.

Question: Is it too late to act if the IRS has started to levy / garnish a taxpayers wages or bank account(s)?

Answer: NO! It is not too late. It is best to act before the IRS executes a wage levy or a bank levy on you, but an IRS levy can be resolved if you have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

WILL HAVE YOUR 

IRS WAGE LEVY 

STOPPED and RELEASED

in 

1 DAY / 24 HOURS

An experienced IRS Tax Attorney will know how to stop IRS enforcement action against you during the settlement negotiation process. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney will know how to quickly start the IRS settlement process and have the IRS wage levy as well as IRS bank levies stopped and released. 

Question: Can a CPA fix my IRS tax problems instead of an IRS Tax Attorney?

Answer: It is important to note that a CPA or a tax preparer can be forced to testify against a taxpayer in criminal court. Only your IRS Tax Attorney can be exempt from having to testify against a taxpayer under the Attorney client privilege. The experienced IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. go up against the Collection Division of the IRS every single day. It is what we do as well as anyone at affordable fees that no tax resolution firm can consistently beat for client value. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have years of experience in dealing with IRS cases and have the knowledge and expertise to quickly move forward to settle your back tax debt.

Question: If a taxpayer has delinquent or unfiled tax returns, should that taxpayer have the delinquent tax returns prepared and filed?

Answer: It is very important to note that you cannot be put in jail for owing a back tax debt, but a taxpayer can be jailed for failure to file. If a taxpayer has not filed their tax returns for many years and feels like "they pulled a fast one" on the IRS, that taxpayer will be in for a "rude awakening." You should call an experienced IRS Tax Attorney if this is the case. The IRS is highly computerized. The Automated Collection System, ACS, will at some point match up you and your source of income. It will happen and "it won't be pretty." You really need to file as quickly as possible. If the IRS finds you first, the IRS will be super aggressive and put you in a position where you have little if any money left. 

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have had clients who have not filed their tax returns for 5 years, 10 years and even 20 years. In all of our cases, Flat Fee Tax service, Inc. has been able to lower our clients back tax debt substantially as we made them compliant and eligible to settle with the IRS. 

Question: Will the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. explain all of the options available?

Answer: YES. The Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. process is thus:
  1. It all starts with the initial consultation. Our consultations are free and confidential. During our initial consultation a taxpayer will be asked how much it is that the IRS claims that they owe. We will need to know what enforcement actions the IRS is currently taking presently. We will need to gather preliminary financial information to see if an Offer in Compromise is viable. We will let the taxpayer know what can be expected how the settlement process will move forward.
  2. Once a taxpayer becomes a client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., a compliance call is placed to the IRS. An IRS Form 2848 (Power of Attorney) is also faxed to the IRS informing them that our client has professional representation. It is during this compliance call that a levy will be stopped. Also, during this compliance call, will grant a hold on all collection enforcement for a period of time. This "hold" is usually for a 90 day period but can vary depending on the taxpayers individual situation. 
  3. Our client, the taxpayer, will complete, for our IRS tax relief team, a "tax organizer" should we need to have delinquent tax returns prepared. Our taxpayer client will also complete a financial questionnaire which will be the basis for the settlement of the back tax problem.
  4. Only after our clients back tax debt has been reduced to its lowest amount, will Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. negotiate an Installment Agreement with the IRS. Never, ever, enter into a payment plan with the IRS until you know what the lowest amount of your tax debt is.
PUT THE IRS BEHIND YOU

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been helping troubled taxpayers for many years by reducing their back tax debt by:
  1. Having an IRS Levy stopped and released in 1 day/ 24 hours.
  2. Having a client declared to be Currently not Collectible.
  3. Settling with the IRS for less through the expanded Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program.
  4. Reversing and eliminating penalties through a Penalty Abatement.
  5. Restoring our clients Rights by preparing all delinquent tax returns.
  6. Negotiating an IRS Installment Agreement that our clients can live with.


CALL: 1-800-589-3078

I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will conduct your free and confidential consultation. It is at that time that i will give you an action plan to resolve your back tax debt. If we, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., feel that we would be unable to resolve and settle your IRS problem, I will let you know immediately. We only want satisfied clients.


FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

NO CLIENT COMPLAINTS - EVER

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FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

is

AFFORDABLE TO ALL

  1. An Initial Retainer of $250.00
  2. 9 Monthly fee payments of $200.00 for a
  3. Total of $2050.00
NO TAX RESOLUTION FIRM CAN BEAT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FOR:
  • Quality of Service
  • Reliability
  • Knowledge
  • Dependability
  • Client Value
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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Affordable IRS Tax Solutions for Everyday Taxpayers -- IRS Tax Problem Solving

WE SOLVE IRS TAX PROBLEMS

with

AFFORDABLE IRS FEES

for 

YOU

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is an IRS Tax Resolution firm that assists individual taxpayers, as well as small businesses, with their IRS problems. The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will also assist you with your State tax problem.

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is made up of experienced IRS Tax Attorneys, IRS certified tax preparers and IRS tax consultants who represent clients throughout the United States as well as internationally. 

AFFORDABLE IRS TAX HELP

Everyone of our clients at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been struggling financially. That is why we have designed our tax resolution firm to be consumer friendly. Our low initial fee for IRS help is the same for everyone. Our fees are broken into low monthly installments that most struggling taxpayers can afford.

When you become a client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., our IRS tax relief team will file the IRS Form 2848 (Power of Attorney) as well as call the IRS immediately. The IRS will be informed that you have a experienced IRS representation. During our initial IRS compliance call, your IRS Tax Attorney will find find out the full extent of your IRS tax problem. Your IRS tax relief team will also petition the IRS to cease collection enforcement for a period of time that will allow Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. to prepare all of your tax returns and/or prepare your Offer in Compromise.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

knows how

the IRS Operates





Every client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will have their IRS back tax problem resolved. No two (2) clients will obtain the exact same result. Every taxpayer will have different financial numbers to work with. Every client will have a different timetable on their Statute of Limitations. Every client, who is eligible and qualified for an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program, will have a different settlement offer. 

EVERY CLIENT

of

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. 

will have their

IRS WAGE LEVY

RELEASED





Your IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will have your IRS Wage Levy stopped and released in 1 day / 24 hours. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have never failed to have an IRS Wage Levy released. Never!

Your IRS Tax Attorney is highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced in the ways of the IRS. Every client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will be better off after our representation than the day before they became our client. 

STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL IRS RESOLUTION
  1. Step One - File all delinquent tax returns. Having all of your unfiled tax returns prepared and filed will make you compliant and will restore all of your Rights. Having the certified tax preparers at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. prepare your delinquent tax returns should result in a dramatic lowering of your back tax debt. 
  2. Step Two - Are you eligible and qualified to be be declared Currently not Collectible? If you are on a fixed income such as Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) and you have no assets, you may not have to pay anything toward your back tax debt. 
  3. Step Three - Can you pay the IRS "something" other than the entire back tax debt? If you can afford to pay a small amount of your back tax debt to the IRS, but not the full amount, you may be eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS for less. You may be qualified to settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program. 
  4. Step Four - Was their a very good reason as to why you incurred this back tax debt? You may be able to reduce the amount that the IRS is trying to collect from you. The IRS will abate (waive) the penalties assessed to you if you have a "reasonable cause" for your IRS problem. A "reasonable cause" may be many things. In fact, they are too numerous to mention in this limited space. IRS penalties are substantial and if you can shed them from your tax liability, you need to do so as quickly as possible.
  5. Step Five - The IRS payment plan. You should never, ever, enter into an Installment Agreement with the IRS until you have gone through Steps One through Four. NEVER! Only after your back tax debt has been reduced to its lowest amount possible should you agree to any IRS payment plan. Once you agree to re-pay your back tax liability, it is very difficult to change an Installment Agreement with the IRS. Don't Do It.
AFFORDABLE IRS TAX HELP

Every client that comes to Flat fee Tax Service, Inc. has several things in common:
  • Every Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. client has an IRS Levy attached to their paycheck or has an IRS Levy pending.
  • Every Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. client is struggling financially. 
  • Every Flat Fee Tax Service, inc. client needs expert IRS tax help at affordable fees.
CAN YOU AFFORD
  1. Initial Retainer Fee of $300.00
  2. 8 Monthly Fee Payments of $200.00 for a,
  3. Total of $1900.00

IF YOU CAN,

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

WILL

FIX YOUR IRS PROBLEM


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 during our consultation time, that it will be determined the best course of action for your IRS problem. We have never had a client complaint. Our IRS tax relief team is thorough, credible and results oriented. It is our job to resolve your IRS problem in the best manner for you. We solve IRS problems at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., we don't create them.


FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

NO CLIENT COMPLAINTS - EVER

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

IRS Tax Help -- Back Tax Help -- Tax Resolution Help -- IRS Help

SETTLE BACK TAX DEBT





The Federal Government is broke and creating massive deficits. The IRS is aggressively looking to collect back tax debt. Taxpayers who have fallen behind can resolve their back tax debt with the help of an experienced and reliable tax resolution firm.

You, the taxpayer may have fallen behind in paying the IRS due to a divorce, loss of income, loss of your job or a major health issue to yourself or a loved one. 

Small business owners may get behind on their payroll taxes and then their tax problem quickly escalates into a large tax problem which includes penalties and interest. The amount of back tax owed can quickly add up to an amount that you fear can never be repaid. This is very common with taxpayers who fall behind with the IRS.

Some taxpayers begin their IRS problems due to not filing a tax return. One non filed tax return soon turns into a second year, then a third and so on.  Many taxpayers have the false assumption that the IRS will not notice that you have not filed your tax returns. This is the computer age. As soon as the IRS has information that you have earned income, the Automated Collection System (ACS) of the IRS will match you and your delinquent tax debt. 

The Automated Collection System (ACS) will send you the notices needed for the IRS to authorize a levy or lien. If you have not filed your tax returns, the IRS will assess your back tax debt by a creating a Substitute for Return (SFR). A Substitute for Return is not a tax return. A Substitute for Return is the IRS process that creates a tax debt and gives the IRS the authority to move forward with collection enforcement.


THE POSITIVE ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE
  1. Pay Off the IRS in Full - If this was an option for you, you probably wouldn't be reading this blog. So, we will move on to actual solutions to your IRS back tax problem.
  2. Offer in Compromise - Taxpayers who are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS can resolve their IRS problem through the Offer in Compromise program. Life happens and the IRS realizes that fact. In February of 2011, the IRS expanded their settlement program to include taxpayers who earn up to $100,000 per year. The IRS and Treasury Department understands the  economic times that we are in. With that in mind, the IRS has eased the eligibility requirements for an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program. Not everyone is eligible and qualified. The Offer in Compromise program is a complicated formula that is made up of many components. You can find out if you qualify by calling Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. for your free and confidential consultation.
  3. Currently not Collectible - Are you on a fixed income such as Social Security or Social security Disability (SSDI)? Are you an hourly worker who is having a difficult time making ends meet? If you are, you may be declared to be Currently not Collectible. Once again, the IRS has a complicated formula made up of many factors that could relieve you of paying anything toward your back tax debt. As a rule, if you are declared to be Currently not Collectible, the IRS will cease all collection efforts against you for a period of 18 to 24  months. The IRS will periodically ask you for financial information and if it hasn't changed, you will continue to pay nothing toward your back tax debt. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out on your back tax liability. Find out if can be declared to be Currently not Collectible by contacting Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. for your free and confidential consultation.
  4. Penalty Abatement - If you have a back tax debt, your tax liability is increasing due to the penalties and interest being added to your tax debt. The IRS can remove the penalties they have added to your tax debt due to "reasonable cause." A "reasonable cause" for your tax debt problem could be many things. It could be due to a medical problem, divorce, loss of income, loss of job, drub abuse, bad tax advice, etc. The number of "reasonable cause" actions are too numerous to list. To find out if your back tax debt can be lessened by a penalty abatement, contact Flat fee Tax Service, Inc. for your free and confidential consultation.
  5. Installment Agreement -  When your IRS back tax debt has been lowered to smallest amount possible, then you can enter into an Installment Agreement. Do not enter into an Installment Agreement with the IRS prior to resolving the total amount of your tax debt. It's rather easy to get yourself into an Installment Agreement to pay your back tax debt, it is very hard to alter and change your Installment Agreement at a later date. Any novice (yourself included) can get you into a very bad payment plan with the IRS. There is more to an Installment Agreement with the IRS than saying yes to a payment amount. When the IRS gives you a monthly amount that they want paid to them, the IRS isn't considering what you can reasonably handle. The IRS is concerned with 2 things: collecting as much money as possible as quickly as possible and closing a case file. Do not shoot yourself in the foot, have an experienced IRS tax relief team negotiate your Installment Agreement.
Negotiating with the IRS can be intimidating and can be considered to be a minefield. The Internal Revenue Code is complex and not easily understood. In all honesty, the Internal Revenue Code is not designed to be understood by the everyday taxpayer. 

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. WILL BRING YOU PEACE OF MIND



I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will provide you with the free and confidential consultation that will result in an action plan to resolve your back tax debt problem. I will be need to know if you have filed all of your tax returns and what actions that the IRS is currently taking to enforce collection. Whatever your IRS problem may be, Flat Fee tax Service, Inc. can resolve it. 

WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. TO SETTLE BACK TAX DEBT:
  • Guided by our Christian Values
  • Accredited by the Better Business Bureau - A-Plus Rating
  • Affordable IRS Help
  • Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  • Credible, Reliable and Thorough
  • Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FEES:
  • Fair, Affordable and Reasonable
  • Low Initial Retainer
  • Low Monthly Fees

YOU CAN AFFORD TO RESOLVE YOUR 
BACK TAX DEBT

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Friday, January 20, 2012

IRS Levy on Wages -- Tax Debt -- State Tax Help -- IRS Tax Help

IRS WAGE LEVY

on Wages

STOPPED

in 

1 DAY / 24 HOURS





Receiving notice of an IRS Levy or IRS Lien can be a very frightening time for any taxpayer. The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. knows this well because 99.9% of our clients initially contact us because they have had their paycheck or bank levied. 

The thought of the IRS taking / seizing all of your money in a bank account(s), taking your state income tax refund or any payments that you may receive from the federal government such as Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) can be unbearable. 

When an IRS levy, such as a bank levy, is issued / executed, your bank is legally obligated to freeze any and all funds in all of your accounts. This includes any accounts that you may share with other people such as your spouse, parents or children. The bank is obligated to seize these accounts.

A bank or brokerage must hold the funds seized for 21 days. This time frame includes Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, so you don't have 21 days of work time available to re-capture your money. If you have not resolved your IRS problem in the 21 day period, the bank must send your money to the IRS.


To think that the IRS can actually seize your bank accounts or sell your personal property can be financially as well as emotionally devastating for any taxpayer. The IRS has the authority to take and sell such items as a boat, a car, a motorcycle, paintings, equipment, livestock and the IRS can take your house.

Never, ever, take on the IRS by yourself.





Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will begin working on your case immediately upon you becoming our client. Our experienced IRS tax relief team will begin by requesting an immediate Stay of Collections for a 90 day period. If the Stay of Collections is granted, the IRS will not contact you during this 90 period. 

During this 90 day Stay of Collections, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can get a complete picture of your financial situation. This will determine if you, the taxpayer, can settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program or be declared to be Currently not Collectible. Also, during the 90 day Stay of Collections, all delinquent tax returns can be prepared and filed should a taxpayer need to become compliant.

IRS LEVIES ARE UP

According to the Fiscal Year 2007 IRS Enforcement and Services Statistics (Oct. 2006 through Sept. 2007) the IRS issued 3.8 million levies against delinquent taxpayers. With the Federal government running up record deficits and the economy in the tank as it is, the IRS has become ever more aggressive and levies are up significantly. In the year 2000, the IRS only issued 200,000 levies. So, you can see how IRS enforcement has increased throughout the years. 

During the same period in fiscal year 2007, the IRS filed 700,000 tax liens against taxpayers an increase of 407% from fiscal year 1999 when the IRS filed 167, 867 tax liens against individual taxpayers. These numbers are only increasing.

If you receive an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Hearing or have an IRS levy now that is reeking havoc on you and your family, contact the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. immediately. 

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

HAS NEVER FAILED 

TO STOP

an

IRS WAGE LEVY


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 this time, I will be gathering the necessary information needed to provide us with an action plan that will resolve your IRS problem once and for all. 

Our IRS tax relief team is expert in handling the release of an IRS levy. We have never failed to have an IRS Wage Levy stopped and released. In fact, our experienced IRS tax attorneys will have an IRS levy on wages released in 1 day / 24 hours. 

WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. TO STOP AN IRS LEVY:
  • Guided by our Christian Values
  • Accredited by the Better Business Bureau - A-Plus Rating
  • Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  • Affordable IRS Help
  • Credibility, Reliable and Thorough
  • Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FEES:
  • Fair and Reasonable
  • Clearly Posted on our Website
  • Low Initial Retainer
  • Affordable and Low Monthly Fees

CAN YOU AFFORD

  1. An Initial $300.00 Retainer.
  2. 8 Monthly Fee Payments of $200.00
  3. for Total of $1900.00
THEN YOU CAN AFFORD IRS TAX RELIEF WORK

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Offer in Compromise -- You Can Settle with the IRS for Less -- IRS Settlement

OFFER in COMPROMISE

You Owe the IRS

You Can't Afford to Pay the IRS

You are in a Bind


The "Great news" is that you may be eligible and qualified to settle with IRS for less than your entire tax liability. You may be qualified for an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program.

WHAT IS AN

OFFER in COMPROMISE





An Offer in Compromise is a negotiated agreement between a taxpayer who has a back tax debt and the IRS that resolves the taxpayers tax liability for less than what is actually owed. 

YES

the IRS

CAN SETTLE FOR LESS

The IRS has the authority to settle your back tax debt for less than the your full tax liability under certain financial circumstances. The IRS has a complicated formula that involves many aspects of a taxpayers financial picture. The most common taxpayer situation is when a taxpayer is unlikely to be able to the IRS the entire amount of the back tax debt owed. The amount of the IRS settlement reflects what the taxpayer can realistically pay.

STREAMLINED OFFER in COMPROMISE

The IRS settlement program, known as an Offer in Compromise, is a win-win for everyone involved - both the taxpayer as well as the IRS. The taxpayer can gather themselves, take a deep breath in a sigh of relief, knowing that their back tax debt has been settled. The IRS will take relief in knowing that they have collected as much as possible in a particular case, made a taxpayer compliant and also closed a case. The IRS wants to close cases.

In February of 2011, the IRS Commissioner, Doug Shulman, announced an expansion of the Offer in Compromise program. Taxpayers who earn up to $100,000 per year are now eligible to be included in the Offer in Compromise settlement program. This new program has been labeled the "Streamlined Offer in Compromise" program. We have written extensively on this subject in our earlier blogs.

The IRS understands that during our current economic problems, it is in everyone's best interest to give  taxpayers a 2nd chance. The IRS knows that a taxpayer who has been given a 2nd chance and a fresh start will likely stay in compliance, file their tax returns in a timely manner and pay the amount due at the time of filing. In fact, it is part of the Offer in Compromise settlement agreement that the taxpayer who receives the settlement must file their taxes as well as pay any amounts owed for 5 straight years.

ARE YOU QUALIFIED 

for an

OFFER in COMPROMISE

The Offer in Compromise program is a complicated, complex and time consuming endeavor. Presently, it is taking, on average, 11 to 13 months to get the IRS approval for a settlement offer. When you engage Flat Fee tax Service, Inc. for your IRS representation, you can be comforted to know that our IRS tax relief team will only prepare an Offer in Compromise for taxpayers who are qualified and eligible to settle with the IRS.



I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will conduct your free and confidential consultation. Our discussion will be held in strict confidence. During our consultation, you will be asked questions regarding your IRS problem. From your answers, our IRS tax relief team will be able to provide you with an action plan to resolve your back tax debt.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

NO CLIENT COMPLAINTS - EVER

SEE FOR YOURSELF AT

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AFFORDABLE IRS HELP

CAN YOU AFFORD
  1. An Initial $300.00 Retainer
  2. 8 Monthly $200.00 Fee Payments for a Total of,
  3. $1900.00
IF YOU CAN AFFORD THE ABOVE, 


YOU CAN AFFORD IRS TAX RELIEF

WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FOR AFFORDABLE IRS HELP:
  1. Guided by Our Christian Values
  2. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau - A-Plus Rating
  3. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys
  4. Credible, Knowledgeable, and Thorough
  5. Affordable Fees
  6. Positive Results
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. FEES:
  1. Fair, Reasonable and Affordable
  2. Low Initial Retainer to Start Immediate Work
  3. Low Monthly Fee

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. - Christian Values

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Monday, January 16, 2012

Settle Back Tax Debt -- Stop IRS Levy -- Resolve Your IRS Problem

SETTLE YOUR BACK TAX DEBT

If you are one of the many taxpayers that find themselves with a back tax debt, the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. understands your fear. You are not alone. On any given day of the week, there are 20 million taxpayers who have an IRS problem that needs resolution. The Federal, as well as state, government is broke. The IRS knows that there are millions upon millions of dollars in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties. The IRS is aggressively looking to collect as much money as possible.


Most taxpayers fall behind in paying their tax liability for a number of good reasons - major health issues, divorce, job loss or loss of income. Small business owners may fall behind in paying their payroll taxes which will quickly escalate into a very large tax debt, including the penalties and interest the IRS will assess. The amount of back taxes for an individual or small business owner can quickly add up to an amount you fear can never be paid so you quit filing your tax returns and you hope that the IRS will not notice.

Many taxpayers with a back tax debt are worried that coming forward will get you into more trouble. Many taxpayers believe that if they come forward, the amount that the owe in back tax debt is larger than they had imagined. Many taxpayers belie that if they just keep quiet, the IRS will somehow overlook them.

YOU WILL BE

WRONG! WRONG! WRONG!

DO SOMETHING POSITIVE





Doing nothing about your back tax debt is the worst thing that you could do. What most taxpayers do not know is that just about everything is negotiable with the IRS if you know what you are doing - if you have the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee tax Service, Inc. working for you.

There are several means available to a taxpayer to resolve their back tax debt:
  1. Work with an IRS Tax Firm You Can Trust - The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has the knowledge as well as the experience to resolve your IRS problem (state as well). Guided by our Christian Values, we have never had a client complaint.
  2. Offer in Compromise - The IRS realizes that "life happens." Sometimes a taxpayer will end up with a back tax debt that can never be paid, especially now, during these economic times. The IRS has a settlement program called an Offer in Compromise which is a "win-win" for both the taxpayer as well as the IRS. The IRS will collect on the back tax debt, close a file and the taxpayer is brought in to compliance by filing their delinquent tax returns and paying a reduced amount. The IRS settlement is often a small fraction of the total amount of back tax debt. The Offer in Compromise process is complicated. The taxpayer must meet certain requirements and show an inability to pay the full amount of taxes owed. There is "Good News." In February 2011, the IRS expanded the Offer in Compromise program to make more taxpayers eligible, including individuals who earn up to $100,000 per year.
  3. Currently not Collectible - For those taxpayers who are on a fixed income (Social Security or Social Security Disability / SSDI), or are hourly wage earners of modest means, who are experiencing economic hardship, you may declared to be Currently not Collectible. If it can be shown to the IRS that you cannot pay the IRS anything without it creating a hardship for you, the IRS may declare you to be Currently not Collectible and the IRS will cease collections against you. You will be placed in a no-collection status and the Statute of Limitations will keep on running out. Currently not Collectible status usually runs for a period of 18 to 24 months before the IRS will re-evaluate your financial situation. It is quite possible that you may never pay a dime of your back tax debt.
  4. Penalty Abatement - If you can show the IRS an inability to pay the full amount of taxes and penalties, the IRS may abate some of the penalties that have been added to your tax debt.This would allow you to pay the tax owed along with the interest. Interest cannot be abated. Your tax penalties may also be abated due to what the IRS calls "reasonable cause." "Reasonable cause" could be anything from divorce to health issues that may have contributed to your back tax problem.
  5. IRS Installment Agreement - If you do not qualify for an Offer in Compromise or to be placed in Currently not Collectible status but you still cannot pay the IRS your back tax debt, the IRS offers an Installment Agreement option. An Installment Agreement is a negotiated payment plan that will make paying your back tax debt manageable. Some taxpayers may qualify for a Partial Payment Installment Agreement where smaller payments are made which total less than your original  back tax debt. An Installment Agreement that is agreed upon must take into account the amount of time left on the Statute of Limitations as well as your financial situation. Any "dummy" can agree to a very bad Installment Agreement with the IRS. It takes knowledge and experience to negotiate a good one.
  6. Pay Your IRS Back Tax Debt in Full - If you could pay the IRS off in a lump sum, then you probably would not be here reading this blog. So, we are not going to spend anytime on this subject.
THE IRS WILL ALWAYS TRY

and

INTIMIDATE

YOU

Negotiating with the IRS can be intimidating for taxpayers. The IRS is trained to intimidate you. A taxpayer does not know the tax code. A taxpayer does not know their Rights. A taxpayer is usually filled up with worry and anxiety. The Tax code is filled with complexity and is not designed to be easily understood. Trust the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. to work for you to negotiate an IRS resolution you can afford to pay and is right for you.




I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. The process to bring your IRS problem to a conclusion starts with me. I will be conducting your free and confidential consultation. There will be a series of questions that I will present to you. Your answers are held in strict confidence and will help us come up with an action plan for you. Our IRS tax relief team will analyze your back tax situation and provide you with the best recommendations to resolve your back tax debt.

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