Being in tax debt often means you do not have enough money to pay the government. People tend to concentrate more upon immediate debts and repayments to their creditors. But come "tax time" and the average taxpayer "remembers" the IRS - and the amount of tax that needs to be paid as "tax settlement". And in such circumstances if you do not have enough money to pay the IRS, it's going to demand its "pound of flesh" as the saying goes. However, the facilities offered by IRS debt programs provide alternative solutions and services which can make IRS dues "payable".
Our legal team provides services such as:
- Tax debt settlement
When taxes are not paid on time it creates a liability with the IRS, which can lead to serious results. Tax debt settlement includes negotiating with the IRS officials to "prevent" any litigations and/or legal actions which can be taken against you. Simultaneously it also offers actual settlement amount and pays on your behalf to the IRS.
- IRS tax relief
IRS Problem Solvers provide a tax cut from your total taxable amount, or from your total payable tax amount. You end up paying lower taxes and still settle your dues with IRS.
- IRS tax lien
Negotiate to reduce your "penalties" if you have defaulted in the past. The IRS has specific guidelines regarding defaulted tax amount. At times the "defaulted" amount mounts up and makes your net payable tax so high you end up facing issues.
- Free IRS tax consultations
Pay your taxes after understanding your commitment to the IRS. Don't just pay blindly. Avail the free consultation and other services offered to comprehend taxation issues before paying the tax.