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How to effectively deal with IRS Back Taxes?

To seek for the most appropriate answers for the most sought after IRS Back taxes related queries, numerous taxpayers usually seek the Offer in Compromise program as a result of all those late-night TV commercials which claims to settle all of your back tax debt for pennies.

Now who would refuse the chance to settle their tax debt ‘for pennies’ and get IRS debt relief? The Offer in Compromise program might work for some, it won’t work for everyone.

Now the good news, for all those seeking to settle their tax debt, is that the IRS has numerous IRS debt relief options that do the same.

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When you have the IRS garnishing wages, when you have need to settle with with the IRS, your IRS solution is the best IRS help team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. Our IRS Tax Lawyer(s) will protect you while our experienced team of IRS tax professionals work on settling with the IRS.

Various IRS Debt Relief Options:

1). IRS Debt Relief - The IRS Installment Agreement:

Few taxpayers actually think about opting for an installment agreement to settle their back taxes debt. The IRS considers a taxpayer who has particularly opted for an installment agreement as compliant. It very much lowers the amount as well as the frequency of IRS phone calls and letters in the short-term, while it clearly reflects a taxpayer’s good intentions for long term cooperation.

When to use this IRS Debt Relief Option?

The most appropriate way to answer this question is to prepare a list of reasons for why an installment agreement is not required, which is when you have far better IRS debt relief option. As an example, if a large tax debt is owed by any taxpayer to the IRS and they can only afford minimal installment payments, in that case, a different option would be better desirable as the taxpayer would be barely paying off their tax debt principal.

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Installment Agreement Pros:

Makes IRS content.
Prevents further collective IRS action.
All time availability.

Installment Agreement Cons:

Interest and IRS penalties keep on accumulating.
Might take a longer period to pay off the debt.
Always have to keep the track of payments.

2). IRS Debt Relief - File/Amend Past Tax Returns:

The other way to lower tax debt which quite often gets unnoticed is to file an amended tax return or to file a tax return that hasn't been filed. Now sometimes a taxpayer is able to reduce his/her liability by amending their tax returns, in case if on their original return, their liabilities were overstated. Likewise, if any taxpayer is unable to file his/her tax return, the IRS might file a substitute for their return that would provide the taxpayer the minimal deductions and the necessary exemptions.


To file an amended or an original return is one more option which the taxpayer should always consider if he/she badly wishes a direct reduction in liability. Especially, in those cases when their liabilities are overstated because of either an error by a tax preparer or an IRS substitute for return, specifically for filers of Schedule C category. One more example where filing a late return is advantageous is when a taxpayer receives a tax refund which was withheld during that particular year or due to any particular credit. There is a 3-year limitation law for any refund claim and which in turn is applicable against the balance that the taxpayer actually owes to the IRS.

Filing Non-filed Tax Returns / Amending Tax Returns Pros:

A decrease of tax liability.
Reducing the chances of potential penalty as well as interest.

Filing Non-filed Tax Returns / Amending Tax Returns Cons:

Acquires the tax code information.
Issues of the statute of limitations.

3). IRS Debt Relief - Offer in Compromise:

As noted earlier, the Offer in Compromise is the "ultimate" IRS Debt Relief option. If a taxpayer is eligible and qualified for IRS debt relief through an Offer in Compromise it could provide the very best possible solutions.

When to use an Offer in Compromise: The Offer in Compromise program tries to balance the tax debt of the taxpayer which he/she owes to the IRS against their expenses, income, equity, and assets. A taxpayer with a higher liability (you must owe at least $10,000) and the lower paying ability is considered a better candidate for the Offer in Compromise program. An interested IRS Debt Relief candidate cannot have any missing returns, should have prepared each and every estimated tax deposits as well as payments and of course, cannot be in bankruptcy court.

The Offer in Compromise Pros:

Dramatically Lowers tax debt of the taxpayer through settlement.
Stops IRS enforcement collection actions.
Retention of certain assets.

The Offer in Compromise Cons:

A taxpayer has to deposit higher initial payments.
Strict measures against noncompliance during, before and 5 yrs after the Offer in Compromise program.
May require by the taxpayer to liquidate his/her assets.
Might take some years to finish

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers IRS debt relief services to quickly and efficiently solve your tax problems. Looming tax debt, threatening letters, wage garnishments, tax levies or tax liens leave families financially devastated and unable to pay bills. Hesitating to get IRS tax help can result in the IRS attaching your wages, levying your bank account or taking possession of your property for auction.

Representation from a Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. tax lawyer is necessary for IRS Debt Relief. Our team can negotiate with the IRS to settle your tax debt, often for much less than the full amount owed. Our Tax Lawyers will work directly with you to find the right IRS Debt Relief solutions.



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