If you owe $10,000 in more in back taxes, you may qualify for IRS programs that the best IRS help team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can help eliminate or dramatically reduce your back income tax debt.
If they go unpaid long enough the IRS can have these very harsh collection, enforcement consequences:
2. IRS Bank Levy
3. Federal Tax Liens on your property
It is in your best interest to deal with IRS tax problems immediately; the longer you wait, the worse the problems become.
Your consultation call to Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is 100% free and you will be immediately connected with our professional tax specialists.
When you don’t pay your income tax debt or fail to file tax returns, it is inevitable that you will attract the attention of the IRS. Often the IRS will garnish your wages to recoup its debt because it is a very simple procedure to do so. Plus, seizure of your wages / paycheck will get your immediate attention.
The longer you wait to handle this problem, you increase the amount of penalties and money you owe?
The same can be done to your bank accounts. It is relatively easy for the IRS to locate all of your bank accounts using your Social Security number. Once they locate your accounts, the same 21-day freeze followed by payment of the funds to the IRS follows..
Generally IRS tax liens generally stay on file until you have paid the IRS the money you owe them. However, the best IRS help team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. knows of ways that can help eliminate IRS liens.
Obviously, the quickest way to get the IRS to remove the lien is to pay what you owe. Often though our clients can not afford to pay the whole amount.
Each year the IRS writes off millions of delinquent income taxes that are owed by individuals or businesses. There is an IRS program referred to as the “ Fresh Start Program” or Offer in Compromise.
The program is designed for people that are experiencing an economic hardship and are not able to pay off the amount of taxes that are owed. Working with our team of tax specialists they will present your situation to the IRS.