IRS Tax Relief in San Diego, California
Tax Levy - Tax Settlement
Tax Lawyer Provides IRS Help
Flat Fee Tax Relief has been providing IRS help to taxpayers who have significant tax debt for more than a decade. Our tax relief teams are always led by an experienced Tax Lawyer. We provide IRS tax relief from coast to coast as we are located in San Diego, California, and Clearwater, Florida. This allows us to be available to you from 8 A.M. Eastern time to 6 P.M Pacific time.
- Throughout our history, our tax pros, led by a Tax Lawyer, have routinely convinced the IRS to stop and release a tax levy in one day. we can accomplish this in one of three ways.
- Enter you into an IRS Installment Agreement (IRS repayment plan). You may say "I can do that" and you would be correct. But listen, we do this for one reason. The IRS in their eagerness to close your case will release your tax levy. You will never make that payment. While the IRS is expecting you to make the first payment, your Tax Lawyer will be putting together your Offer in Compromise.
- Once your IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC) is submitted, your IRS payment plan will be negated. A new set of IRS rules and regulations kick in. The IRS will leave you alone throughout the tax settlement process. An Offer in Compromise normally takes between ten (10) and 12 months to be completed.
- When you call in for your free, no-obligation consultation, we will walk you through all of the questions necessary to find out if you are "qualified and eligible" to settle with the IRS. This consultation will take 25 to 45 minutes of your time. This is a small investment to make in yourself. This can be a life-altering event. You can go from having a huge tax debt with the IRS breathing down your neck to a brand new Fresh Start.
The Tax lawyers at Flat Fee Tax Relief have a 96% Offer in Compromise success rate. The IRS approves approximately 42% of all Offer in Compromise submissions.
There are several reasons why our tax pros are so successful. One reason is that we won't falsely tell someone that they should do an Offer in Compromise if they just aren't eligible.
There are quite a few tax relief firms that will tell you anything in order to separate you from your wallet. The other reason the IRS is miserly with the tax settlement approvals is due to the "Do It Yourselfers" (DIY).
The OIC process is complicated and the IRS likes nothing better than to see an "i" not dotted or a "t" not crossed. If they do, the Agency will return the OIC as "unprocessable."