Initial Consultation – We know how traumatic IRS problems
can be. To help alleviate your stress and anxiety we will consult
with you without cost or obligation. We explore alternatives and
propose a solution that you can live with.
Fees - You have enough stress without worrying about unplanned
expenses popping up. We don’t like surprises either. In the
vast majority of cases we will provide you upfront with a guaranteed
fixed fee agreement. We gladly accept MasterCard,
Visa, and American
Relief – Once you agree to retain us, we immediately
send the IRS a Power of Attorney. The harassment stops. The IRS
must now legally deal with us, not you. This puts the IRS on notice
that you are serious about getting your problems behind you.
of Enforced Collection Tactics – If the IRS has already
started enforced collection activity against you, such as a lien
or levy, we will immediately intervene. We file the appropriate
documents. In most cases a grace period is granted to work out a
more effective course of action.
Evaluation and Preparation - Once you provide us with all
the requested information , we carefully prepare the appropriate
resolution filings. Depending on the agreed upon strategy, these
may include Request for Penalty Abatement, Prior Year Tax Returns,
Offer In Compromise, Installment Agreement, Amended Returns, Appeals
Request, Application for Innocent or Injured Spouse Relief, Freedom
Of Information Requests, and so forth. In the case of IRS Audits,
we begin our pre-audit in our office and analyze and advise on potential
and Correspondence – In many cases you may have to
wait months for the IRS to review and decide on the proposed solution.
Offers in Compromise, for example, may take as long as 18 months.
On occasion, the filing may be rejected for any number of reasons,
valid or otherwise. We remove the perceived obstacles and re-file.
Because information is required to be current, the IRS may ask that
you file and re-file again and again. We request updated supporting
documents from you and prepare revisions as necessary. This can
be a long and tedious process. The IRS may be backlogged or simply
trying to wear you down and hope you give up. You must be patient.
When the IRS is ready to finalize your case, the negotiations begin.
We do so either by telephone or in person to get you the best possible
settlement. Of course, you must approve any final agreement. If
your problem cannot be resolved at this level we will advise on
options such as Appeals.
Peace of Mind
– While your problem resolution is in process you begin to
feel better, knowing you are on your way. Then, with your problems
behind you can breathe easy and get on with your life. No more looking
over your shoulder and worrying about the IRS! Life is good again.
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