Services & Fees

TAX RELIEF SERVICES: OUR FEES

1. IRS Levy release

2. File Non-Filed Returns

3. Innocent Spouse

4. Currently not Collectible

5. IRS Settlement - 

Offer in Compromise




Option 1: $1190 ($290 initial fee and 6 monthly fee payments of $150 per month for a total of $1190)

  1. Either Stop an IRS Garnishment or File 3 Federal Tax Returns (your choice).
  2. We Will Have You Placed In Currently not Collectible Status.

Option 2: $1,990.00 ($290 initial fee and 10 monthly fee payments of $170 per month for a total of $1,990.00)

IF YOU PAY IN FULL OUR FEE IS $1700. A SAVINGS OF $290. 

  1.  Stop an IRS Garnishment or 3 years of Fed. Tax Returns
  2. We Do Your Offer in Compromise (Tax Forgiveness)

No IRS tax relief company can match our fees with our level of professional tax debt relief service. 

Our Team Is BBB Accredited With An A-Plus Rating. 

No Client Complaints. Ever!

IF YOU OWE BETWEEN $10,000 and $99,999 TO THE IRS, OUR INCOME TAX DEBT RELIEF TEAM WILL DO THE FOLLOWING:

  • You work directly with an IRS Tax Lawyer who will stop an IRS wage garnishment in one (1) day.

  • Prepare your IRS tax forgiveness package through the Offer in Compromise program. Our clients have a 95% IRS tax forgiveness approval rate. The national average is around 42%. 


Stop IRS Wage Garnishment in 1 Day


File Your Non-filed Tax Returns - Delinquent Tax Returns

Having non-filed tax returns (delinquent missing tax returns) is a serious offense in the eyes of the IRS, and can lead to mounting debt as back taxes and penalties accumulate. 

You May Be Qualified To Settle With the IRS for Less

Who Qualifies for an IRS Tax Forgiveness Help?

Not everyone is eligible and qualified for tax forgiveness under the Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program. A taxpayer must be struggling financially. If you are struggling to get by, if your house has little to no equity and you have few if any assets, then you would be foolish not to look at seeking IRS tax debt relief help through an Offer in Compromise settlement.

The vast majority of people are like yourself. Taxpayers who owe a back tax debt are honest people who now find themselves in financial trouble through no fault of their own. 

Reduce IRS Debt Through Abatement of Penalties

The IRS may have imposed one or more of the following penalties on you or your business: Failure to File Penalty, Late Payment Penalty, The Penalty for Underpaying Estimated Taxes, The Substantial Understatement Penalty, Penalty for Negligence and Intentional Disregard, Estimated Tax Penalties Introduction and Penalty Relief, Failure To File or Failure To Pay Penalties.

Currently Not Collectible with Overdue Income Tax Debt

If you are a financially struggling taxpayer with an overdue income tax debt, you may be eligible to be classified by the IRS as "Currently not Collectible. Should you be placed in Currently not Collectible, the IRS will cease collection enforcement such as seizure of your paycheck or checking account. Although the IRS will not garnish or levy your wages or take your bank account, the IRS will place a Federal Tax Lien on you and this will affect your credit availability.

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Flat Fee Tax Service

3200 4th Ave., Suite 208,

San Diego, CA 92103

Phone. 800-589-3078

Email. info@flatfeetaxservice.us