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IRS Back Tax Help | Tax Debt Settlement | Flat Fee Tax Service

Updated: Nov 22, 2019

It takes very little to go wrong to fall behind on your taxes. Perhaps you mistakenly (or needed a little extra cash to get get by) didn’t have enough withheld from your paycheck one year, and suddenly you found yourself staring at a huge IRS tax debt. After paying your every day expenses, you didn’t know where you would find the money to pay the tax debt, so you put it off.

Next year, you might have been too nervous to file your next tax return because you still hadn’t paid last year’s bill. It started to pile up quickly, and before you knew it, you were really in trouble.

The first step to getting your tax problems straightened out is to make a commitment to prioritize your tax debt and get it taken care of before it’s too late.

The IRS does have the right to seize and garnish your wages, levy your bank accounts, and even seize your personal property. It’s time to obtain IRS back tax help before the situation becomes even worse.

How Can a Tax Lawyer Help You With Your IRS Back Tax Debt?

A tax lawyer can help you with your IRS back taxes by going over your finances, your income, your other debts, your assets, and your personal situation and finding the best solution to get your taxes paid off once and for all. Handling tax problems on your own is both complicated, stressful and unnecessary when you can have legal help beside you.

Not only will a tax lawyer from Flat Fee Tax Service help you figure out how to pay your back taxes, but we can also communicate with the IRS on your behalf, taking some of that negativity out of your life. A few common methods used for resolving back tax issues are listed below:

1. Offer in Compromise An Offer in Compromise is a tax settlement between you and the IRS. In many circumstances, the IRS may allow you to settle your back tax debt for less than the full amount you owe. A tax debt settlement may be your solution to a tax problem. 2. IRS Installment Agreements IRS payment plans are tricky to navigate if you don't know the IRS rules. The IRS has rules for taxpayers who owe less than $25,000. The IRS has rules for taxpayers who owe less than $50,000. So it is simply a matter of agreeing to "a number." Consult with an experienced tax professional before you agree to anything. 3. Currently Not Collectible The IRS must leave the taxpayer the ability to pay their "allowable expenses." Allowable expenses include rent, car payment(s), secured loans, health insurance, food and clothing, etc. If you truly don’t have the money to pay your tax debt, it’s possible to get the IRS to stop collections by proving that you have a financial hardship. If you have a financial hardship, your tax debt should be placed in Currently Not Collectible status.

A qualified and experienced tax attorney with Flat Fee Tax Service can help you with any of the above back tax solutions and more.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my privilege and duty to provide you with a thorough and comprehensive tax relief consultation. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes. During our time together, you will know exactly what needs to happen to have your tax debt problem settled. Call 1-866-747-7435 for details.