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Owe the IRS or state government back tax debt? Find a certified Tax Attorney near you with Tax Resolution Xperts.

February 1, 2020

 


Our Agents are certified tax specialists in the field of tax preparation and tax resolution . With a combined experience of over 25 years, you're in good hands with us. 

 

 

Tax Resolution Xperts will refer you to a full service Tax Relief firm near you. Our tax experts are knowledgeable in tax negotiations. We offer fast response protection to our clients and a commitment to gaining major tax reductions.

 

 

Whether you are new to tax problems or have hired someone in the past to resolve your tax debt, we have a track record of consistently accepted IRS settlements. This has boosted our reputation as having satisfied all of our clients to date.  Offer in Compromise : This is a program is for struggling taxpayers who have a small likelihood of ever paying off the taxes they owe. The IRS looks at a taxpayer’s reasonable collection potential when determining whether to accept an Offer in Compromise. Under this resolution method, a taxpayer can settle their taxes for less than the total amount owed.

 

 

Installment Agreement: If you can afford a monthly payment with the IRS or State, then we can set you up with a payment plan. Once you are entered into this type of agreement, you are considered to be in tax compliance and the IRS and some states will lower the failure to pay penalty by 50%. Furthermore, once you have successful made consecutive monthly payments, we may also consider for penalty abatement (discussed below).

 

Partial Payment Installment Agreement: Allows taxpayers to pay a smaller monthly payment towards their taxes owed. Many times the statute of limitations on the debt expires before the total amount of debt is paid off.

 


Currently Not Collectible: This puts a hold on tax collection activities. If a taxpayer does not have enough funds to make payments towards the debt the taxing authorities will wait until their financial situation improves before collecting. In many cases, the statute of limitations or the collection statute of expiration (CSED) on the tax debt expires before the taxes are fully paid off.

 

 

 

 

 

Penalty Abatement: This option is considered in conjunction with all other resolution methods. Penalties can be removed if the taxpayer has a “reasonable cause” for not staying in compliance with the tax laws.
 

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