IRS Tax Relief - IRS Tax Lawyer - The Positives

Owing money to the Internal Revenue Service can be stressful, but there are solutions which can provide you with tax debt relief. An IRS Tax Lawyer will analyze your situation, explain what your options are and negotiate with the IRS.

If you have unpaid taxes or unfiled tax returns, or if you owe a significant amount of money as a result of a tax audit, you potentially face:

IRS Tax penalties, which are added to your total tax bill and serve as a form of punishment for failing to pay your taxes according to the IRS's schedule.


Federal Tax liens, which prioritizes the government's claim to your assets over that of other creditors. As a result of the lien, you'd be unable to sell your home or car, for example, without first removing the tax lien.

An IRS levy / IRS garnishment allows the federal to seize your property—such as your paycheck, your car, and your financial accounts—to satisfy your tax debt.

THE TAX LAWYERS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. CAN STOP YOUR IRS GARNISHMENT IN ONE DAY.

How a Tax Lawyer Can Help Resolve Your IRS Debt:

There are several ways to solve your tax debt problems, and your Tax Lawyer will help you decide which tax relief solution is right for you.

An IRS installment agreement or a payment plan is the option of last resort. An IRS payment plan allows you to pay your tax debt, plus any interest and penalties that accrue, over time. Typically you'll pay the IRS a pre-determined amount each month until your debt is paid in full. Anyone can "say yes" to what the IRS tells you to pay. You should have a Tax Lawyer negotiate the installment agreement.

An Offer in Compromise is the "ultimate" IRS settlement. A Tax Lawyer can prepare and submit an Offer in Compromise which will let you settle your taxes for less than the actual amount of your tax debt. The IRS will consider an Offer in Compromise settlement if full payment would cause you serious financial hardship. If you're currently in bankruptcy court you are ineligible for an offer in compromise. Should you be in bankruptcy, you will need to wait until your bankruptcy is discharged or dismissed.
When deciding whether to accept your Offer in Compromise, the IRS will consider several factors, including your income, living expenses and value of the assets you own. There is a non-refundable fee to apply so you and your IRS Lawyers will want to carefully analyze your situation so as to make an Offer in Compromise that stands a realistic chance of being accepted.




Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is the nation's leading full-service tax resolution firm. IRS debt relief | tax debt relief help from our IRS Tax Lawyers. IRS tax relief companies can negotiate installment agreements. IRS tax debt relief problems can be helped with hardship status and Currently not Collectible if you have the right information.

95% OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.'S CLIENTS RECEIVED A SUCCESSFUL IRS SETTLEMENT.
PER 2016 IRS STATISTICS: THE IRS APPROVED 42% OF ALL OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS.

The IRS may be willing to waive some of the penalties you've been assessed through a policy known as a penalty abatement. The IRS will consider removing the IRS penalties if you have a good reason for having fallen behind on your tax payments or if you underpaid your taxes due to an honest mistake. If you've been charged a lot in penalties, an IRS penalty abatement may cause a significant debt reduction. After evaluating your case, your Tax Lawyers can determine whether the penalty abatement is a possibility. You only get one (1) chance at an IRS penalty abatement. It better be done right the first time.

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Selecting a Tax Lawyer

Many people are familiar with CPAs, tax preparers and enrolled agents, but tax lawyers bring specialized expertise to the table. You wouldn't hire a tax lawyer to prepare a straightforward tax return. Nor would you hire a CPA or tax preparer to analyze your legal tax issue and negotiate a tax settlement with the IRS.
When hiring a tax attorney, you want to consider several factors, including:


  1. Whether the tax attorney has experience handling tax debt situations similar to yours.
  2. What types of tax debt help the tax lawyer offers, and if you agree with the potential solutions to your tax debt.
  3. If you can afford the tax lawyer's legal fees.
  4. If you think you can trust the tax lawyer and have confidence in the lawyer's ability to help you.
  5. You can check the BBB. You can also check the Bar Association for complaints.


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