IRS Settlement Offer | San Diego IRS Tax Debt Help | Flat Fee Tax Service
Updated: Nov 22, 2019
Tax Problems | IRS Settlement | IRS Tax Relief Solutions
Problems with the IRS can be complex and worrisome, but it helps to have an experienced San Diego Tax professionals on your side. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service routinely provide our clients tackle their most complicated tax debt problems.
IRS professionals stand prepared to assist taxpayers who have a wide range of IRS problems, including:
Back Taxes - After assessing your specific situation, we’ll advise you of your tax relief options, prepare your delinquent returns, and work with the IRS in an effort to minimize your tax debt and avoid penalties.
Among the options the IRS can use to collect back taxes is garnishing your paycheck.
THE IRS TAX ATTORNEYS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE ROUTINELY STOP AND END IRS WAGE GARNISHMENTS IN ONE DAY.
Our tax professionals have extensive experience in working with IRS authorities to make arrangements to settle your debt and end wage garnishment. Save your paycheck today.
Liens and Levies - If you’re facing tax liens or tax levies as a result of delinquent taxes, Flat Fee Tax Service will work directly with the IRS to get them removed and avoid further penalties.
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Flat Fee Tax Service has extensive experience in negotiating all types of tax settlement options, including:
Offer in Compromise (#OfferinCompromise): The ultimate IRS settlement is the Offer in Compromise. This is a settlement agreement that enables you to settle your tax debt for less than the entire amount you owe.
Installment Agreement (#IRSInstallmentAgreement): An installment agreement is a payment arrangement that enables you to pay off your tax debt in a set number of installments.
Currently-Not-Collectible Status (#CurrentlynotCollectible): A situation in which the IRS determines that your debt is not collectible and removes your account from active collection efforts. If you are eligible to be Currently not Collectible and owe $10,000 or more, you should be looking at an Offer in Compromise.
Penalty and Interest for Back Taxes: These amounts can often be negotiated with the IRS, so we make every effort to reduce your penalty and interest amounts as much as possible.