Showing posts with label File Past Due Tax Returns. Show all posts
Showing posts with label File Past Due Tax Returns. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Tax Relief Services

Need Tax Relief Services

Tax Relief Services

  • File Back Taxes 
  • Offer In Compromise 
  • Penalty Abatements 
  • Currently Non–Collectible 
  • Innocent Spouse Relief IRS 
  • 940/941 Payroll Tax Help 
  • IRS Payment Plan / Installment Agreement 
  • Tax Audit Defense and Representation

Tax Relief Services

EXPERT TAX RESOLUTION provides legal tax relief services for IRS and State tax problems. Tax relief services can help you resolve personal and business tax issues. 

Tax Relief Services

EXPERT TAX RESOLUTION works with caring and experienced tax attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, and other tax professionals who can help you resolve and settle your IRS and state tax debt. 

Tax Relief Services

Thursday, July 16, 2020

File Past Due Tax Returns

Why You Should File Your Past Due Tax Return Now? 

File tax returns that are due, regardless of whether or not you can pay in full. 

File your past due tax return before the IRS files a substitute tax return for you.

This return might not give you credit for deductions and exemptions you may be entitled to receive. We will send you a Notice of Deficiency CP3219N (90-day letter) proposing a tax assessment. You will have 90 days to file your past due tax return or file a petition in Tax Court. If you do neither, we will proceed with our proposed assessment. If the IRS files a substitute return, it is still in your best interest to file your own tax return to take advantage of any exemptions, credits and deductions you are entitled to receive. 
Avoid interest and penalties File your past due return and pay now to limit interest charges and late payment penalties. Claim a Refund You risk losing your refund if you don't file your return. If you are due a refund for withholding or estimated taxes, you must file your return to claim it within 3 years of the return due date. 

The same rule applies to a right to claim tax credits such as the Earned Income Credit. We hold income tax refunds in cases where our records show that one or more income tax returns are past due. We hold them until we get the past due return or receive an acceptable reason for not filing a past due return. 

Sunday, July 12, 2020


offers in compromise tax liability


Offer in Compromise (OIC) 

An OIC is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS that settles the taxpayer’s tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. The OIC is a great program for the right candidate. Our experienced staff of tax professionals will gladly discuss all the options you may qualify for. The IRS may consider an OIC based on three grounds:

Tax Offers In Compromise

1. Doubt as to Collect-ability – Doubt exists that the taxpayer could ever pay the full amount of tax liability. 
2. Doubt as to Liability - A legitimate doubt exists that the assessed tax liability is correct. 
3. Effective Tax Administration – There is potential for the IRS to collect the full amount. However, an exceptional circumstance exists that would cause the taxpayer to suffer economic hardship or be unfair and inequitable.

Installment Agreements
There are a variety of installment agreements available that when properly implemented will allow you to repay your tax liability in a comfortable and manageable way. When it comes to installment agreements, having an attorney on your side that knows your rights will ensure you receive the best possible terms from the IRS or State Tax Agencies.

Tax Resolution

Tax Return Preparation 
The value of having an attorney review and prepare your tax returns could mean hundreds or even thousands of additional dollars in your pocket. Our attorneys are experts in preparing personal and business tax returns. We even pull your master file directly from the IRS database and verify exactly what has been reported as income. Having your tax returns properly prepared is the first step to resolving your tax issues.

Tax Resolution

Penalty Abatement 
Penalties can increase your tax liability by thousands of dollars. Many taxpayers may qualify for penalty relief. This service requires an understanding of what the IRS will accept as a reasonable cause for the failure to file or pay. If you have reasonable cause it must then be presented in a well documented format to the IRS for consideration. As experts we will evaluate, prepare and submit all the required information to ensure the largest possible reduction in accrued penalties.

Tax Relief

Innocent Spouse
Innocent Spouse can release your responsibility for paying tax, interest, and penalties if your spouse (or former spouse) improperly reported items or omitted items on your tax return. The tax laws and process to file for this relief can be complicated and should be addressed by an experienced tax professional. Our attorneys will prepare and submit all the required documents ensuring the best possible outcome. In addition to Innocent Spouse there are several other options that you may qualify for to provide the needed relief.

Additional Services 
Tax resolution experts provides many additional services to resolve any tax issue you may have. Contact our tax professionals today for a free consultation and take the first step to getting your tax issues properly resolved.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

IRS is threatening to garnish my wages

TAX RESOLUTION F.A.Q. Call 855-913-0249 to speak with a tax resolution expert. 

Question: What if the IRS is threatening to garnish my wages or already has? Call 855-913-0249 to speak with a tax resolution expert. 

Answer: If you have a threat of garnishment, you must act quickly. Generally speaking, you may have less than 30 days before garnishment begins. Our tax professionals can prevent this from happening, but only if we take immediate action. If your wages are already being garnished, relief is just a call away. We specialize in garnishment releases, often times before your next paycheck. 

Question: Is it true that the IRS requires you to be up to date on filing past taxes before they will negotiate a resolution? 

Answer: Yes, the IRS does require by law that taxpayers must be in compliance prior to any negotiated resolution. In fact, failure to file can be considered criminal. However, we offer complete tax solutions and can have all your missing or incomplete tax returns prepared by our attorneys. We will even pull the master file directly from the IRS to review what has been reported to ensure you’re not paying a penny more than required.

Question: Can I really settle my unpaid taxes with the IRS for pennies on the dollar? Call 855-913-0249 to speak with a tax resolution expert. 

Answer: Yes, this is known as an Offer in Compromise (OIC). However, beware of companies that promote this as the solution to every taxpayer’s issue. This is a great program but only for those that can qualify. During your free consultation our tax professionals will determine your ability to qualify. The good news is there are several programs that may offer a solution to your tax problem.

Free consultation! We offer a free no obligation analysis of your tax situation. Don’t delay. The time is now to fight back with the power of Accelerated Tax Solutions at your side.

Friday, November 29, 2019

IRS Debt Relief Programs

Why Shouldn't You and Your Family Benefit from the IRS Debt Relief Programs That Your Government Created to Protect You? If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes? 

Since you've ended up here, you, or someone you know, probably owe money for back taxes to the IRS and/or the state. In these tough economic times it could be a lot of money. If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes? 

Maybe it's from years of back income taxes, unpaid payroll taxes, or you may have received a gift or inherited an estate and just can't afford to pay the taxes on it. If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes? Call (855) 203-5032

If you're a business owner maybe you ended up owing taxes because you were just trying to feed your family and couldn't make ends meet while setting aside money for the IRS to pay your taxes. Even some corporations face hard times and have gotten into hot water with their taxes. If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes? Call (855) 203-5032

No doubt you want to do the right thing and pay it but you just can't. If you could have you would have by now. IRS agents are probably "on your back", and it seems there's nothing you can do to get them off. It could be they've "repoed" your vehicles, put a lien on the family home, filed embarrassing public tax lien notices and even put a freeze on your bank account(s). In short order, they'll be garnishing your wages and leaving you with next to nothing to live on, if they haven't already. If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes? Call (855) 203-5032

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Why Get Tax Lien Help from a Licensed Tax Professional?

A licensed tax professional makes it easier to deal with the IRS or state. They have the knowledge, experience, and dedication you need to get your tax lien and your tax debt resolved. If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes

Receive a free, no-obligation consultation by calling or utilizing the form above during the complimentary consult, an enrollment agent or a tax professional will review your financial situation. A financial review includes understanding your assets, income, liabilities or expenses. Next, they will ask you about your tax situation including the tax lien. Did you file all tax returns? Did you receive any letters? When was the tax lien field and for how much? 

Next, the agent will get a better understanding of your goals. Are you trying to discharge or subordinate a tax lien? Release or withdraw it? Are you trying to appeal a Notice of Federal Tax Lien?

Finally, the agent will provide your information to one of the licensed tax professionals on staff to give you an idea of what you need to do to resolve your tax situation and resolve your tax lien issues. You will also be provided the fees to complete the proposed action(s) if you decide you want professional help. In some cases, with your authorization, your tax records may be retrieved to provide you a better idea of your tax options and the corresponding fees.

When the IRS or state is continuously sending you letters or calling you, that can get scary and intimidating. If you’re dealing with the situation on your own, you have to fill out lots of forms and spend a lot of time on hold, waiting to talk with some home. A tax professional can take that burden off your shoulders.

Tax Professionals Know Your Rights One of the worst parts of dealing with the IRS or State on your own is that you may not know your rights. A tax resolution specialist understands your rights, and they always have your best interest in mind. They never release too much information to the IRS, and they know how to negotiate the best deal possible on your tax debt. Tax Professionals Can Withdraw, Release, Discharge or Subordinate a Tax Lien. A tax lien hurts your credit (or a business’s) and your finances, but tax professionals know exactly how to get tax liens resolved. They can help you file the right forms and take the correct steps. That minimizes the potential damage to your credit and financial reputation.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Settlements with the IRS

Many times citizens try to negotiate their own settlements with the IRS flat out get rejected because the paperwork is complicated to fill out correctly and they don't know all the allowable expenses and deductions they are entitled to. 

Due to this many end up defaulting again which leaves them far worse off than when they started. So even when it seems like you 'won', you actually lost. 

The settlements and payment plans we work out for our clients, sometimes can save you up to 40-95%, LITERALLY PENNIES ON THE DOLLAR! Now I'm not saying that's always possible, but again, you owe it to yourself to find out what type of tax relief you may qualify for. 

In reality, our experience shows that very few people that negotiate with the IRS work out a significant settlement for themselves. Very often they end up worse off than when they started, sometimes much worse off, because in the process of negotiating they show all their cards, revealing too much to the IRS. Again, when you reveal more than you are required to they just turn around and use it against you. This happens all the time! And again, even when you do have "success" most times the amount you are able to negotiate with the IRS is so small it provides no real relief. 

Unless there is a big change in circumstances, almost everyone that negotiates them self with IRS agrees to such bad terms that they end up behind the eight ball and default again because they got bullied by the IRS. When that happens you are in more hot water than when you started because now you not only owe your original tax debt but you have penalties, interest and maybe even a default penalty along with the original debt! It's really frustrating and on top of that the IRS returns to putting levies and liens in place and goes back to garnishing your wages, the things you tried to avoid when you originally contacted them to resolve things. 

We negotiate tax debt settlements and payment plans that actually significantly benefit our clients. We can say this for a certainty because if we can't help you we won't even take your case. And did I mention that the evaluation to find out is free?

Congress forced the IRS to create various tax relief programs and the IRS can be forced to comply with them, but only if you are properly and fully armed by understanding the options and the correct application to your particular situation! But again, beware, the IRS isn't going to explain this to you when you call. They don't hesitate to keep citizens in the dark in respect to these tax debt relief programs. 

Usually the IRS settlements and payment plans we negotiate will cover our fee within the first few payments. After that the savings are all "icing on the cake" so to speak. It could turn out in the long run, that the IRS' bullying you into seeking help was the best thing that ever happened when it saves you thousands, tens of thousands or even millions of dollars based on how much you really owe!

So you can negotiate your own tax debt relief with the IRS but it's probably not in your best interests to do so. Would you try to be your own lawyer in any other situation? (most tax relief programs require an IRS tax attorney).