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Resolve Back Taxes

Millions of American citizens owe back taxes to the Government. For those Americans, there is perhaps nothing more frightening than the Internal Revenue Service’s broad enforcement rights. If you owe back taxes, the IRS could:

• Garnish your bank account(s) and wages
• File a tax lien against you
• Seize your home
• Pursue your business assets
• Negatively impact your relationships with third parties

While the majority of those that owe back taxes are familiar with at least some of the IRS’s collection rights, very few are aware that there are alternatives to living in constant fear. In addition to preventing (and releasing) IRS enforcement actions, tax settlement can save you thousands of dollars.

1. Settle Your Back Taxes with an Offer-in-Compromise

An Offer-in-Compromise (OIC) allows you to settle your back taxes for less than you owe.

The OIC process is fairly complicated for the average taxpayer to understand. In deciding whether to settle, the IRS will generally only accept an OIC where the amount offered in the tax settlement meets their minimum payment requirements. Moreover, you must be current on all tax filing requirements and properly complete all required forms. It is possible to arrange both lump sum and periodic payments through an OIC.

2. Get a Deferment
In some cases, it is possible to get the IRS to agree not to collect for approximately one year. Generally, the IRS will only grant such a deferment where they have designated a taxpayer “currently not collectible”. A deferment can buy a taxpayer much needed time to put some money aside for a future tax settlement. Moreover, a currently not collectible designation can provide the taxpayer with some leverage, as the IRS is more likely to negotiate if they are convinced the taxpayer has no assets.
3. Consult with a Tax Settlement Expert

Back taxes can keep you awake at night, but they do not need to. In addition to getting an OIC or a deferment, there are other options that will allow you to put your tax nightmares behind you. Tax rules and regulations are complicated.

Tax Relief Network has assisted countless individuals and businesses with back taxes. Whatever your situation, we can assist you in finding the most suitable tax solution. Please contact us today for a free consultation.

4. The Taxpayer Roadmap

This illustration of the modern US tax system at a very high level view shows the processes to get answers to your questions from filing to litigation. This illustration provided by the tax payers advocate service shows the complexity of the stages required to get answers to solve your tax issues. If you would like some help navigating through this process we are the experts you need to have on your side! Please contact us at 800-TAX-4200 to speak with one of our team specialist for a no cost or obligation review.

Resolve Back Taxes

Millions of American citizens owe back taxes to the Government. For those Americans, there is perhaps nothing more frightening than the Internal Revenue Service’s broad enforcement rights. If you owe back taxes, the IRS could:

• Garnish your bank account(s) and wages
• File a tax lien against you
• Seize your home
• Pursue your business assets
• Negatively impact your relationships with third parties

While the majority of those that owe back taxes are familiar with at least some of the IRS’s collection rights, very few are aware that there are alternatives to living in constant fear. In addition to preventing (and releasing) IRS enforcement actions, tax settlement can save you thousands of dollars.

1. Settle Your Back Taxes with an Offer-in-Compromise

An Offer-in-Compromise (OIC) allows you to settle your back taxes for less than you owe.

The OIC process is fairly complicated for the average taxpayer to understand. In deciding whether to settle, the IRS will generally only accept an OIC where the amount offered in the tax settlement meets their minimum payment requirements. Moreover, you must be current on all tax filing requirements and properly complete all required forms. It is possible to arrange both lump sum and periodic payments through an OIC.

2. Get a Deferment
In some cases, it is possible to get the IRS to agree not to collect for approximately one year. Generally, the IRS will only grant such a deferment where they have designated a taxpayer “currently not collectible”. A deferment can buy a taxpayer much needed time to put some money aside for a future tax settlement. Moreover, a currently not collectible designation can provide the taxpayer with some leverage, as the IRS is more likely to negotiate if they are convinced the taxpayer has no assets.
3. Consult with a Tax Settlement Expert

Back taxes can keep you awake at night, but they do not need to. In addition to getting an OIC or a deferment, there are other options that will allow you to put your tax nightmares behind you. Tax rules and regulations are complicated.

Tax Relief Network has assisted countless individuals and businesses with back taxes. Whatever your situation, we can assist you in finding the most suitable tax solution. Please contact us today for a free consultation.

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