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LOOKING FOR WAYS TO SETTLE YOUR IRS DEBT AT A LESSER AMOUNT?

THE IRS IS COMING! THE IRS IS COMING!

THE IRS! The name itself is enough to send shivers down the spine of American taxpayers. The IRS is federal tax collecting body that uses various methods such as an IRS wage garnishment (IRS levy), seizing your personal assets, and placing federal tax liens on property, to recover income tax debts. The IRS has been rightfully cast in bad light and taxpayers often consider its agents to be government bullies. The IRS, however, only takes such extreme enforcement measures after exhausting all other options, and is often willing to work with taxpayers, especially if you are represented by an IRS Tax Attorney.

AN EXPERIENCED IRS TAX ATTORNEY KNOWS WHAT YOUR RIGHTS ARE AND WILL PROTECT YOU.

Get Happy! Settle With The IRS

Stop an IRS wage garnishment and then settle your income tax debt. Call flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. for your free and confidential consultation and find out what your options are. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service inc. will protect your rights.

THESE ARE YOUR OPTIONS:

1. Offer in Compromise

An IRS Offer in Compromise is one of the many IRS settlement methods that eligible taxpayers can use to reduce and settle outstanding income tax debt. To qualify for this IRS tax relief help, you must have filed your tax returns and honored the required estimated tax payments for that quarter. In most cases, the amount offered by a taxpayer must be equal to or greater than the reasonable collection potential, which includes the amount that can be obtained by selling their assets. The IRS agrees to an OIC on three grounds:

There is a confusion regarding the lawful outstanding amount.
The value of assets you own is less than the amount you owe.
The payment (in full) would create economic hardships for you.

YOU MUST OWE THE IRS $10,000 OR MORE IN ORDER TO SETTLE WITH THE IRS.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. HAS A 95% OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUCCESS RATE.

2. Currently not Collectible

Taxpayers who are financially struggling and have little or no money after paying rent, utilities, buying groceries, and other essential living expenses, can apply for a "hardship". The IRS declares such individuals as “Not currently collectible” and stops all efforts to recover the outstanding tax amount. To inform creditors about the amount owed, the IRS may file a Notice of Federal Tax lien that will reflect in the taxpayer’s credit report. The period that the taxpayer stays on list will primarily depend on how quickly their income situation improves.

IF YOU OWE THE IRS LESS THAN $10,000, BEING "CURRENTLY NOT COLLECTIBLE" IS THE WAY TO GO.

3.Innocent Spouse Tax Relief

It is common for married couples to file their taxes jointly. Many times, however, one of the spouses forgets filing their income, which can increase the tax liabilities for their partner. Such taxpayers can request Innocent Spouse Relief. If you are eligible, the IRS will not pursue you for penalties and interests. To access this benefit, the spouse must prove that they were unaware of the understatement (that arose due to your spouse’s failure to report their income, or claiming improper deductions) at the time of signing the tax return. The best IRS help team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is the team of experienced tax relief professionals that understands how Innocent Spouse Tax Relief works, and provides comprehensive support to taxpayers seeking exemption under the program.

4. Partial Payment Installment Agreement

Taxpayers with a lower reasonable collection potential than their outstanding tax liabilities can seek relief under the PPIA program. The IRS reduces the total payable for eligible individuals that they are required to pay through a series of monthly installments. To qualify you must fulfill these criteria:

Must have filed and paid taxes for previous years in full.
The outstanding amount must be more than $ 10,000 (including penalties, and interest).
Should not have been in bankruptcy or accepted an offer in compromise.
Must not own assets. Taxpayers who have non-marketable assets, insufficient or inaccessible assets (not enough to get a loan), can also qualify.

5. IRS Penalty Abatement

The IRS adds onerous penalties for every day past your taxes’ due date. IRS Penalties, on an average, account for 15-25 percent of the total tax balance. Taxpayers availing this benefit will be exempt from paying late fines and penalties but will have to pay the principal amount. To qualify, you must prove that certain unavoidable circumstances, such as going through a divorce, a death in family, severe illness, or unemployment, forced you to default on your payments.

Summing up!

Taxpayers looking to use these programs need the services of a qualified and experienced IRS tax relief lawyer who can guide them at every step of preparing and presenting their case. The IRS Tax Attorney at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. provides tax debt relief services, including helping taxpayers complete the necessary paperwork and negotiate with the IRS on their behalf.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. PROVIDES A FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION.

THE FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC IRS TAX HELP PHONE: 1-800-589-3078

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Flat Fee Tax Service

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San Diego, CA 92103

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