IRS Tax Relief - IRS Tax Help

Get IRS Tax Relief Help
IRS Tax Relief Options

To start the tax relief process, fill out the contact form on our website ( If you really want tax relief, call the Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc Tax Relief Phone Line

Our IRS tax lawyers will get to work immediately to get you the IRS tax relief you need. If you are worried that the costs of expert tax relief help will be too much, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers the most affordable financing to help our clients get the tax relief help they need.

Suggested Read: 

Getting started with tax relief is easy and our affordable payment plans are designed to fit your budget. As soon as you make your initial fee, our tax relief Tax Lawyers will get to work on your IRS problem immediately to save you thousands and leave your IRS tax problem in your past.

How to effectively get tax relief with IRS Back Taxes?

Many taxpayers are interested in the "ultimate tax relief program". The Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is the IRS settlement tax relief program and you should be interested in it.

Who would refuse the chance at tax relief and settle their IRS Back tax debt ‘for pennies’. The Offer in Compromise program might work for some and quite certainly won’t work for all.

Now the really, really good news, for all those seeking tax relief, is that the IRS has numerous other tax relief options to do the same.

The various Tax Relief Options:

1). IRS Installment Agreement:

Now surprisingly, only few of the taxpayers actually think about opting for an installment agreement to settle their back taxes debt, The installment agreement is often the option of last resort if you are not eligible for the Offer in compromise program. Don't negotiate an IRS installment agreement. There are too many variables involved.

When to use this tax relief option?

An IRS installment agreement is used only when you are not eligible for an Offer in Compromise.

Related Read: How do I apply for an Installment Agreement?

The Pros:
Makes IRS content.
Prevents further collective IRS action.

The Cons:
Penalties keep on accumulating.
Might take longer period to pay off your tax debt.

2). File/Amend Past Tax Returns:

Another way to lower your tax debt which quite often gets unnoticed is to file an amended tax return or to file a missing tax return. Sometimes a taxpayer is able to reduce their tax debt by amending their tax returns. If any taxpayer has failed to file their tax return, the IRS will file a Substitute for Return that would provide the taxpayer the minimal deductions and the necessary exemptions.

The Pros:
Decrease your tax liability.
Reducing the chances of potential penalty as well as interest.

The Cons:
Acquires the tax code information.
Issues of the statute of limitations.

3). Offer in Compromise (OIC):
As noted earlier, the offer in compromise program is the much publicized resolution method which receives the maximum attention. And it could provide the best possible solutions to any taxpayer with back taxes debt but only when the circumstances are in accordance.

When to use Offer in Compromise (OIC)?

You use the Offer in Compromise program when you cannot pay your tax debt. The Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is a financial formula that tries to balance the liability of the taxpayer which he/she owes to the IRS against their expenses, income, equity and assets. Interested Offer in Compromise tax relief candidates should not have any felonious returns, should have prepared each and every estimated tax deposits as well as payments and of course, should not be presently in Bankruptcy Court.

The Pros:
Lowers the debt of the taxpayer through an IRS settlement.
Suspension of IRS enforcement collection actions.
Retention of certain assets.

The Cons:

4). IRS Collection Procedures for Taxpayers Filing and/or Paying Late:

The IRS Statute of Limitations is usually ten years after it has prepared an assessment of a particular tax debt. This also means that IRS acquires a ten year window to collect back taxes and once that access window shuts, the IRS can’t make any legal claim towards these back taxes.

Now this particular tax relief method might sound great, but this is not a valid option as the IRS is still legally entitled to initiate collection action by virtue of a wage garnishment or/and federal tax lien. 

IRS Tax Relief

Some of the enforcement actions IRS may take to collect taxes include:
Filing a Notice of Federal Tax Lien
Serving a Notice of Levy, or

The IRS will garnish your assets such as wages, bank accounts, Social Security benefits, and retirement income. The IRS also may seize your property for the purpose of selling the property to satisfy a tax debt including your car, boat, or real estate. In addition, any future federal tax refunds or state income tax refunds that you are owed, may be applied to your federal tax liability.


Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. provides IRS protection and IRS tax relief to quickly and efficiently solve your IRS tax problems. Looming tax debt, threatening letters, wage garnishments, tax levies or federal tax liens leave families financially devastated and unable to pay bills. Hesitating to get IRS tax help can result in the IRS attaching your wages, levying your bank account or taking possession of your property for auction.