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IRS Tax Relief Assistance

To every tax problem there is a tax relief solution. Bad things can happen to good Americans like you, and there are several solutions to all the IRS tax problems you may have. Whether your tax issue is as a notice from the IRS or a property seizure, there is a resolution for you. Below is a list of a few tax solutions and their explanations. Remember, if you live in New York City call (347) 535-4017 and get a free tax debt analysis from a qualified tax relief professional.
  • Installment Agreements

    There are a couple of different types of installment agreements that you can make with the IRS to pay back taxes. They have full pay agreements and partial pay agreements. Of course, your finances and hardships will help determine which type of installment agreement you qualify to get. This is one of the best ways to pay back the IRS, if you are in a situation where you owe back taxes. If you need more information on this or want speak with an IRS tax debt professional, then call (347) 535-4017 today. Find More About IRS Installment Agreements Here...
  • Settle Back Taxes

    There are several ways to settle a dispute with the IRS. There are payment plans, an offer in compromise, penalty abatements, and even ways to stop a wage garnishment quickly. A type of settlement could be the answer you have been looking for. With all the available options, there is definitely a solution to your tax needs. Contact a tax professional today at (347) 535-4017 to discuss the multiple options that are available to you to settle your tax debt. Get Information about Settling Back Taxes...
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  • Stop Wage Garnishment

    There are several different ways to get your wage garnishment stopped with the obvious way being to pay them off. Most people cannot afford this, so the next best option would be to try and make payment arrangements with them. You can also claim a hardship or try to make a settlement agreement with them. As I stated before, the IRS will work with you, if you contact them. If you need the help of a tax professional, then contact one immediately. Read About Stopping an IRS Wage Garnishment Here...
  • IRS Payment Plans

    The easiest solution to owing back taxes is a payment plan. This is basically a promise to pay a monthly amount, until the original amount plus the penalties and interest is satisfied. You must owe less than $50,000 in back taxes for an individual and less than $25,000 for businesses. You also must have filed all your required returns, in order to qualify. You can contact a tax professional to discuss what options are available to you. Read About IRS Payment Plans Here...
  • Offer in Compromise

    This is basically a compromise between you and the IRS to settle the amount owed at a lower amount than what you originally owed. There are certain circumstances when the IRS will go this route with an individual such as your income, your asset equity, or your ability to pay. They may accept periodic payments and lump sum payments under the offer in compromise agreement. The IRS will try not to put you in a financial hardship, so if you cannot work due to health problems or if you would not be able to meet basic living requirements while trying to pay your taxes, this may be a solution for you. Find Out About an IRS Offer in Compromise...
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  • Penalty Abatement

    There is something called a First Time Penalty Abatement that is available to a first-time noncompliant taxpayer. The failure-to-file or failure-to-pay penalties may be waived if a taxpayer qualifies. There are several different factors that the IRS will look at such as that you filed your taxes or filed an extension and if you have a three year clear penalty history, to see if you qualify for penalty abatement. You can contact a tax professional for a full list of items they look for to qualify. Read About Penalty Abatement Here...
  • Innocent Spouse Relief

    You can be relieved of owing taxes under innocent spouse relief if your spouse or former spouse omitted items, or filed wrong taxes on your tax return. There are multiple factors to consider when filing for innocent spouse relief such as; are you able to prove that you were unaware at the time the document was signed, or if your spouse has other income that was not reported to the IRS. Of course there are many more questions the IRS will ask, but these are the main questions. You will have to go through an approval process and they may only approve your request partially. Read More About Innocent Spouse Relief Here...
  • Currently Not Collectable

    Currently not collectible or CNC basically means that if you were to pay back the unpaid taxes it would put you in a financial hardship. The account is put into hiatus and if you do not file a tax return the next year then the case will open back up and the process will start all over. In some cases the status of CNC is only for a limited amount of time, and then the case will be reopened and sent to collections again.
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  • Bank Levy Release

    A bank levy may be released if the IRS believes that in doing so it will cause financial hardship to the taxpayer. This does not necessarily mean that you are exempt from paying the balance owed. It simply means they will release the levy and make other payment arrangements with you. There are certain circumstances that you can settle with the IRS, so contact a tax professional quickly to find out all the options available to you. Read More About IRS Levy Release Here...
  • Lift an IRS Lien

    Paying your balance in full is the easiest way to lift a lien, but that is not always an option to a taxpayer. The IRS can order a discharge of property which is when they lift the lien on a certain piece of property. They can also hand out a subordination which lets other credits move ahead of them and makes it easier for a taxpayer to buy a house or car. Finally, they can issue a withdrawal, but you will still be liable for the amount owed. Read About Lifting IRS Liens Here...
  • IRS Appeals

    In the appeal process, you can either represent yourself or have a professional represent you. You would file an appeal if you disagree with what the IRS says you owe, or the amount they determined. Whether you believe their collection tactics to be fraudulent or if you feel their information is incorrect, you may be able to file an appeal and have your case looked at. You must submit a formal request for an appeal. Want To Know More About IRS Appeals? Go Here...
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  • 940 & 941 Business Tax Solutions

    Business taxes can be very confusing to file. There are so many forms, and depending on the type of business you operate, certain documents have to be filed at different times. The best way to handle business taxes is to talk with a professional. You definitely do not want to get behind on your business taxes, as it can cause a large amount of problems. Make sure to get in contact with a tax professional regarding your form 940 and 941. If You're a Business Owner Go Here...
  • Amended Tax Returns

    You can file an amended return if you need to correct your return, change the amounts adjusted by the IRS, or make a claim due to a loss. There are multiple other reasons for filing an amended return, and sometimes you need the help of a tax professional to explain exactly what needs to be done. There are certain forms that have to be filled out and filed and you only have certain window of time to file your amendment. Read More About Amended Tax Returns Here...
There are many other tax relief solutions to many other tax complications, but the above mentioned are the most common. Some of them can be handled fairly easily and others need the help of a qualified tax relief professional. Remember, the best action you can take is to contact a tax debt professional, to get all of your options. The last thing you want to do is to ignore any notices from the IRS. Call (347) 535-4017 immediately and get the professional tax relief help you deserve.
 
 

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