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For 20 Years, We Have Been Helping People Get a Fresh Start by Discharging Their Debts and Delinquent Back Taxes.

We offer an array of services to our clients. Want to know more? Simply highlight the area of interest.

IRS Offer In Compromise
The objective of an offer-in-compromise is to discharge all of the tax liabilities that you cannot afford to pay.

We have successfully negotiated offers in compromise for the past twenty years, and our goal has always been to settle a tax debt for the lowest amount legally possible (sometimes for pennies on the dollar).


Taxes Discharged in Bankruptcy

Most people (including many IRS employees) are unaware that certain taxes can be discharged in Bankruptcy.

We have been representing clients in Bankruptcy Court for many years and many of our clients have had their taxes completely discharged through this process. We are also a debt relief agency and help people file for relief under the Bankruptcy Code.


Tax Liens and Levies Released

A Federal Tax Lien arises when a tax assessment is made by the IRS, and the Lien generally continues until the taxes (plus all penalties and interest) are either paid or the taxes are no longer owed. The Federal Tax Lien attaches to all of the taxpayer's property (real estate and personal property - tangible and intangible), including any after-acquired property.

A Notice of Federal Tax Lien provides "notice to the world" that the IRS has a lien on your property.

A Levy is the actual taking of some of your property, by the IRS, in order to satisfy the tax debt. Once there has been an assessment of tax, due notice and demand for payment, and failure to pay the tax within 30 days following the final demand for payment, the IRS has the right to Levy certain property (including Wages, Bank Accounts, Vehicles, Retirement Funds, and Social Security Benefits, etc).


Tax Penalties Abated

The IRS assesses penalties for a variety of reasons in order to punish taxpayers for violating various provisions of the tax code.

However, many of these penalties can be reduced to zero by the showing of reasonable cause for the particular violation that caused the penalty.


IRS Audit Defense

We advise that you NOT meet with the IRS directly in connection with an audit.

Being selected for an IRS audit can be a very intimidating experience if you are not properly represented by a qualified professional.


Appeals

The tax appeal process cannot begin until the taxpayer receives what is known as a "30 - day letter" which notifies the taxpayer of the IRS determination of a tax deficiency. This letter gives the taxpayer 30 days in which to protest an IRS agent's or auditor's tax deficiency determination.


United States Tax Court Representation

Taxpayers have 90 days from the date of receiving a "statutory notice of deficiency" in order to file a petition with the United States Tax Court. This notice is sometimes referred to as a "90 - day letter", although some IRS agents and auditors refer to this letter as a "stat notice".

If you appealed your tax controversy and were unsuccessful at the Appeals Division of the IRS, you may request that your case be heard by the United States Tax Court.


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