IRS Tax Relief - What the IRS Will Never Tell You

Every year, approximately twenty million U.S. citizens find themselves with an IRS problem. In fact over $100,000,000,000 (that's 100 Billion Dollars) is owed to the IRS in taxes, penalties, and interest.

Does the IRS really think they're going to collect this money? Probably not! The IRS knows that many taxpayers simply don't have the money to pay these old tax liabilities.

But have they given up trying? Of course not!

Will the IRS just roll over and play dead on these old tax liabilities? No, they will not because it would ruin their reputation.

The IRS would lose all credibility to collect current taxes. It could cause the entire tax system to break down. It might even cause the U.S. Government to cease to exist.

So its fair to say," the IRS will not stop trying to harass taxpayers who owe old taxes!"

But how are they going to collect a tax debt from the taxpayers that just can't pay? We know they won't declare amnesty, so they'll have to do something else.

Quietly the IRS has been trying to solve this problem of collecting old taxes from taxpayers that simply don't have the means to pay their tax debt. What the IRS has been doing may surprise you! In fact, it shocks most taxpayers.

The IRS Has Been Making Deals!

Settlement Deals so good 
you may not even believe the amounts.

What would you say if our IRS tax relief team told you that the IRS has been accepting on average 13.5 Cents on the Dollar as Complete Settlement?

We mean complete settlements! They are making deals where the total of your Taxes, Penalties, and Interest owed to the IRS are completely wiped out.

So what about you? How come you haven't been told about these IRS settlement deals? I'm not sure why your accountant hasn't told you, other than maybe they don't know about these IRS deals themselves. Most IRS employees won't tell you because they look at this program as a giveaway deal and they personally don't support it.

So it's up to you to look out for yourself and see what's available.

These IRS settlement deals with the IRS are not for everyone. But if you qualify they are truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to get you back on your feet financially.

Let's talk about this IRS deal program and what it's called. The IRS program is called an OFFER IN COMPROMISE. 

IRS Tax Relief - Offer in Compromise

During the last 12 months, the IRS has accepted 42% of the Offer in Compromise settlements submitted.


These IRS settlement deals with the IRS can take quite a while to negotiate as it not uncommon for them to take 6-12 months. But when you consider how long it took you to get into trouble with the IRS and how long it will take you to get out, 6-9 months is not a very long time.

The IRS has stringent rules for potential taxpayers wishing to present a settlement deal to them. The most important one is that any taxpayer wishing to request a deal must have filed all of their tax returns.

Now, I know that some of you may not have filed all your tax returns, but the IRS tax relief team can help you overcome this important rule. Some taxpayers can't find all their records to file old tax returns. Don't worry we even have ways to help you.

The bottom line is that having old tax returns filed is the easy part!

Taxpayers that are in compliance with all the IRS filing rules then have to look at their financial situation to see if they are within the IRS standards for having a settlement deal accepted.

Our firm can, during our initial consultation, quickly review your financial situation and explain the IRS guidelines for having a deal accepted.

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers a FREE Consultation for any taxpayer who thinks they may be a candidate for a deal with the IRS.

This could be a huge turning point in your life if you qualify for an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program. 

Can you imagine how good it would feel to have the burden of the IRS off your back? Please call our IRS tax relief team and find out what can be done for you.






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