Monday, June 29, 2015

Houston IRS Levy Help - Texas IRS Wage Garnishment Help - Flat Fee Emergency IRS Levy Help

Financially struggling taxpayers in Houston and throughout the Great State of Texas, who have an overdue income tax debt, have options available to them. In Houston, and throughout Texas, can look to the Emergency IRS Levy Release Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. for immediate help in having an IRS wage garnishment stopped, removed, lifted and released in one (1) day.

Taxpayers, even though they may have a past due income tax debt, have rights and the IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will protect those rights. The IRS has rules that the Internal Revenue Service must abide by. Our team of experienced Tax Professionals will keep you out of trouble.

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The Emergency IRS Wage Levy Release Team at

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

Is the Leader in Stopping, Removing and Releasing an IRS Wage Garnishment


  • Our IRS Tax Attorneys, who lead our Emergency IRS Wage Levy Release Team, can have your IRS wage levy ended in one (1) day.
  • Our Tax Return Department will have your missing and unfiled income tax returns prepared and filed.
  • The IRS Income Tax Attorney working on your income tax problem will determine if you can be placed in Currently not Collectible status. Our team will advise you of the pros and cons in being Currently not Collectible.
  • Our team od IRS tax relief experts will determine if you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program. If you are, our IRS Tax Attorneys will prepare your IRS settlement from the beginning to the end of the process.
Before a taxpayer, who has an income tax debt, agrees to any payment plan / installment agreement with the IRS, an experienced income tax relief professional should be consulted. The IRS has many rules regarding payment plans. It is your responsibility to know what is available.
  • If a taxpayer owes less than $10,000, the IRS will not settle the income tax debt.
  • If the taxpayer owes less than $25,000, the IRS may not ask for a full financial disclosure from the taxpayer prior to agreeing to an installment agreement.
  • If the taxpayer owes more than $25,000, the IRS will require a complete financial Form 433-F be completed before a payment plan will be accepted. 
  • If a taxpayer owes $50,000 or more, the rules change again.
A taxpayer, with an income tax debt, needs to be aware that a Federal income tax lien can be avoided following proper guidance. Yes, a taxpayer can negotiate with the IRS on their own. We do not recommend that you do. he IRS is under no obligation to inform you of your options. You may think you're clever, but, you are no match for the IRS.

HAVE YOUR RIGHTS PROTECTED

PROTECT YOUR PAYCHECK

STOP AN IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT

CALL: 1-800-589-3078

"America's Best & Most Affordable IRS Income Tax Relief Team"




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