Monday, June 22, 2015

Settle Your IRS Income Tax Debt For Less Than What Is Owed - Flat Fee Income Tax Help

Most financially distressed taxpayers find dealing with the IRS frustrating and intimidating. It is also very time consuming. Have you tried to call the IRS lately? You can expect to stay on the phone for several hours and maybe, just maybe, the IRS will answer your call.

Yes, a taxpayer can always represent themselves in front of the IRS. You are not being very smart, in our opinion, if you do, but, you can try and work out you own solution to your income tax debt. We suggest that you have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney, with a proven track record, handle your income tax problem. A financially struggling taxpayer will want to maximize their chances to settle with the IRS while minimizing their contact with the IRS. The IRS will treat your case differently if you have an IRS Tax Attorney.

Owing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) money for an overdue income tax debt is very intimidating for most taxpayers. The IRS has designed their enforcement actions to be intimidating. The IRS has the power to garnish your wages (paycheck), seize your assets (bank account, stocks, auto, etc.) and the IRS can place a Federal Income Tax Lien on your property. A Federal Income Tax Lien will also injure your credit.

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All of these IRS enforcement actions can be prevented. The IRS will be more amiable to an experienced IRS Tax Attorney than they will if taxpayer has no representation. A taxpayer several options available to resolve an income tax debt.

The IRS is a very powerful collection agency. Do not forget that. The IRS has the power of the Federal Government that can financially crush a struggling taxpayer. Why would you want to take them on? We understand that some people believe that they are "very clever" and believe they can "outsmart" the IRS. That is a big mistake, but, some people will continue to make that huge mistake.

We understand that some people who are struggling financially may not believe that they can afford an experienced IRS Tax Attorney. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. makes it possible to have expert IRS representation at an affordable cost.

The IRS has computers that take in a tremendous amount of information. Eventually a W-2, a 1099 or some other transaction regarding you and money will enter their data banks. When it does, the IRS will send a order to levy (garnish) your wages or bank account.

If you find yourself with an IRS wage levy or IRS wage garnishment:

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The longer you take to resolve your income tax debt, the higher the amount of penalties and interest you can expect to be added to your tax debt. 

Your Options:

1. IRS Installment Agreement - Anyone can agree to a very bad payment plan. It doesn't take much to say yes to whatever the IRS demands from you. Get an expert to negotiate an IRS payment plan. You do not know what your rights are and you do not know what is available to you. An experienced Tax Attorney will keep your payment as low as possible based on your real ability to pay.

2. IRS Settlement through the Offer in Compromise Program - The IRS provides a mechanism to financially struggling taxpayers. If qualified and eligible, a taxpayer, who is not in the best of financial shape, can wipe out their income tax debt. The IRS has a expanded the eligibility requirements for an IRS settlement. Several years ago the IRS expanded the Offer in Compromise program through the Fresh Start Initiative. 

The IRS has a complicated financial formula that they do not share with taxpayers. If a taxpayer proves to the IRS that they cannot pay their back income tax debt, the IRS will accept their settlement offer. It is always best to have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney prepare their IRS settlement. The IRS provides an opportunity to pay a very small amount as a full and final payment. If you qualify to settle with the IRS, JUMP AT THE OPPORTUNITY.

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3. Currently not Collectible - When a taxpayer is unable to pay their overdue income tax debt, the IRS may agree not to enforce collection the tax debt owed. If the IRS chooses to place a taxpayer in Currently not Collectible status, it will usually last for a period of 1 to 2 years. The IRS will monitor the financial condition of the taxpayer. If the taxpayer has continued to struggle financially, the IRS will continue to back off. 

Here are the plus and minus aspects of being Currently not Collectible: 

On the plus side, yes, the taxpayer will not have to pay their income tax debt. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out and it is possible that the taxpayer will never pay their income tax debt. 

On the minus side, the IRS will file a Federal Income Tax Lien. This will affect your credit. It will affect your ability to rent an apartment or purchase a car. The IRS can rescind your Currently not Collectible status at any time. The IRS may not let you know that they pulled this status from you.

If you owe more than $10,000 and the IRS has declared you to be Currently not Collectible, why wouldn't you take the next step and file an Offer in Compromise settlement? If the IRS has decided that a taxpayer lacks the ability to pay their income tax debt, doesn't it make sense to settle the debt and get rid of it? 

If you are a marathon runner and run a marathon race, would you quit when you get within 200 yards of the finish line? Of course you wouldn't. So, why wouldn't you take the extra step and settle your IRS income tax debt through the Offer in Compromise program. You won't have a tax obligation any longer. Federal Income Tax Liens will be removed. You will get a Fresh Start. 

4. File Bankruptcy - You cannot "wipe out" tax debt that is less than 3 years old. If you are in bad enough financial shape that you need to file bankruptcy, it is our recommendation that you do an Offer in Compromise first. That is our opinion. Take care of your income tax entirely and stall your "retail" creditors. File the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 after receiving the IRS settlement. 

5. Expiration Statute of Limitations - The IRS has 10 years from the date of assessment to collect all taxes, penalties and interest. Date of assessment can be tricky. An expert IRS Tax Attorney can help resolve a taxpayer's back taxes by advising a strategy with the taxpayer on how to wait out the 10 year statute of limitations. Please, do not try this without an IRS tax professional.

To do any of the above, a taxpayer must be compliant. Your tax returns must be current. 

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