Is the IRS demanding money from you?
You need Taxpayer Representation!
- Lien and levy releases
Have your wages, bank accounts or accounts receivables been seized by the IRS or State? After you retain us, one of the first steps we take in working your case is to get these levies released.
We then move on to the next phase of your case which involves our negotiating with the IRS to reach a successful resolution to the matter and remove these stressful events from your family’s life.
- Offers in Compromise
If you truly will never be able to pay your tax liability, we can settle your case for less than full payment.
The midnight commercials you see about settling for 10 cents on the dollar are extremely misleading. The process is called Offer in Compromise, it is very complex and usually takes many months to complete. The truth is very few taxpayers are actually Offer candidates. The reason our Offer acceptance rate is over 90% is that we only accept Offer clients that are truly candidates. We don’t ever promise to settle for “pennies on the dollar” and take a retainer from a client that we know will never be an Offer candidate.
- Installment agreements
We’ll get you on a monthly payment plan with the IRS that you can afford. Once the plan is in effect and as long as you don’t miss a monthly payment, the IRS is precluded from enforced collection activity. No siezures or other surprises can occur.
No matter what the correct end-game resolution is for your case, this is usually an important first step which also shows the IRS that, by retaining us, you are serious about getting this matter finished and out of your life.
- Administrative Appeals
If the IRS has made determinations on your case that are unfavorable to you, we can do the pertinent case-law research and argue an administrative appeal before the IRS on your behalf.
The appellate process is available for a number of IRS issues such as Audit, Independent Contractor status, Deficiency Assessments, Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and more.
- §6672 resolutions (unpaid employer payroll tax assessments)
Also called the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TFRP) and 100% Penalty, this is where the IRS personally assesses business owners for the business’ unpaid payroll taxes. Most small business owners don’t realize that the “corporate veil” can be pierced and that all parties the IRS deems responsible for the unpaid payroll taxes can be personally assessed. We have decades of experience in helping clients defeat the 6672 assessment by deposing witnesses, conducting case research and successfully arguing the appeal.
If you have an upcoming hearing, review or investigation with the Internal Revenue Service or any state taxing agency, please take a moment to contact us
Your first hour with over 60 years of experience is always free.