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. 

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