Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Tax Relief Attorney - IRS Relief Companies - Companies for IRS Tax Relief

IRS TAX RELIEF ATTORNEYS

The mission of our Tax Relief Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is to provide IRS tax relief resolutions to individuals who are facing aggressive IRS collection activity, are unable to make their IRS monthly payment, are facing overwhelming IRS penalties and interest, and who owe more to the IRS than they can afford. Unlike so many Tax-scam companies out there, our tax relief team pride ourselves on being entrusted by our clients and getting the job done that we contracted to do!

Representing clients across the USA has been a reality from the time Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. decided to bring great tax relief protection to taxpayers throughout our great nation. The Tax Relief Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. strive daily to save our clients significant amounts of money based on IRS allowable programs.




IRS tax problems can be a challenge for any taxpayer. If you run into IRS trouble, that is the best time to bring in a Tax Relief Attorney, who has years of experience dealing with similar situations to your current one. Our Tax Relief Attorneys has the background, the education and the confidence to get you through a potentially difficult area when it comes to handling IRS enforcement actions.



How to Get an IRS Garnishment and/or Tax Levy Released

To release an IRS garnishment and/or bank levy, our tax relief team must first have to make sure that you are current on all tax filings. Most clients that call in for a release of an IRS garnishment and or IRS levy do not have all of their taxes filed, and we then have to file all missing years for the client. 


The Tax Relief Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. Can Have Your IRS Garnishment 
Stopped and Released in One Day.

Once the non-filed tax returns are filed, our Tax Relief Attorneys will call the IRS to release your IRS garnishment and/or tax levy. 


How to Get Currently Non-Collectible Status

Our Tax Relief Attorneys may able to get you into a Currently Not Collectible status with the IRS. If you are declared to be Currently not Collectible, you will not have to pay any money back to the IRS. However, the IRS will place a federal tax lien on your person or property in order to be able to collect on the debt should your circumstances change. This means that the IRS would collect on the debt if you suddenly started making more money, received an inheritance, or won the lottery to name a few. 


Your tax debt will continue to grow in Currently not Collectible status due to the IRS penalties and interest the IRS will place on the debt, however, you will never have to pay the tax debt as long as your circumstances do not change. Our clients that qualify for Currently not Collectible are generally unemployed, elderly on Social Security, etc. and/or have some assets that would not allow you to qualify for an Offer in Compromise but would allow you to qualify for the Currently not Collectible program


Using an Offer in Compromise (OIC) to Settle Tax Debt

An Offer in Compromise is a program that every taxpayer wants to qualify for because it actually reduces the amount of tax debt owed. If we can prove with documentation that your monthly expenses exceed your gross monthly income, we will be able to get an Offer in Compromise accepted by the IRS. The largest misconception regarding an Offer in Compromise is that you have to come with a lump sum payment to pay off the IRS in order to settle. That is not the case. An IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program can be paid over a period of months (up to 24). An Offer in Compromise takes anywhere from 6-12 months to process.


95% of our clients have received an IRS settlement due to the excellent work of our Tax Relief Attorneys.

 Per 2016 IRS statistics, the IRS approved 42% of the 
Offer in Compromise submissions.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.
We Protect Taxpayers Nationwide

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