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San Diego Tax Lawyers 1-866-747-7435 - IRS Tax Help |Flat Fee Tax Service

Updated: Jun 7, 2019

San Diego California Tax Attorney

San Diego IRS Tax Attorneys

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc.

Where Every Client Matters

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is an IRS tax relief firm that excels at helping taxpayer citizens who are in trouble with the IRS. Physically located in San Diego, California, our IRS Tax Attorneys have been assisting our clients throughout the USA for more thn a decade. Our fees for for resolving tax debt have always remained very affordable because we know that you wouldn't be here, reading about tax garnishments and tax settlements if you were "loaded with dough". We know that you do not have a lot of money to throw away. Why pay more than you should?

We Are Southern California Tax Attorneys Dedicated to Resolving Your Tax Problems


IRS Tax Debt Settlement Help

1. IRS Tax Debt Settlement Help - An Offer in Compromise (OIC) (#OfferinCompromise) allows you to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount owed. The Offer in Compromise program was instituted by the IRS for taxpayers unable to pay off their IRS debt due to financial hardship or for those that claim the tax was wrongfully owed. When the IRS assesses your Offer in Compromise, the IRS considers your unique set of facts and circumstances based on your inability to pay your tax debt (Our clients have a 90% IRS settlement success rate).

2. IRS Garnishments - In order to satisfy an IRS tax debt, the IRS will order a tax levy or wage garnishment. The IRS will order your employer to take a portion of your wages or any other income until the outstanding balance is paid in full. An IRS wage garnishment may leave you with very little to pay your bills and can amount to almost half of your gross monthly income. The IRS can take 100% of your money by issuing a "Manual Levy". Before the IRS may garnish your wages, it must first send you a “Notice and Demand for Payment.” The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. routinely have Tax Garnishments stopped and ended in One Day. To avoid a garnishment of your wages by the IRS, our Southern California tax relief lawyer will assess your financial situation during our initial consultation. Tax professionals will devise a plan to find the best tax resolution for you by either settling your IRS tax debt. It is crucial that your tax garnishment is properly removed by an experienced tax attorney in Southern California to avoid an IRS levy on your wages. 3. IRS Installment Agreement - An IRS Installment Agreement or IRS Payment Plan is an alternative to an Offer in Compromise (OIC), and is for those taxpayers who do not qualify for an OIC in settling their debt due to their income being too high. An Installment Agreement (#IRSinstallmentagreement) allows you to make monthly payments if you are not financially able to pay your tax debt immediately. The amount of your installment payment will be based on the amount you owe and your ability to pay that amount within the time available to the IRS to collect on the tax debt.

An alternative to the standard IRS Installment Agreement and fairly new IRS program is the Partial Payment Installment Agreement (PPIA), where you only pay what you can afford. PPIA is for those taxpayers who are not eligible and unqualified to settle their debt because their income is too high for an Offer in Compromise, but still cannot afford minimum monthly payments under a traditional IRS Installment Agreement.

To properly set up an Installment Agreement or PPIA with the IRS, find the best IRS tax attorney to assess your federal tax debt and determine the least monthly payment amount the IRS will accept from you by evaluating all of your financial documentation. It is crucial that your Installment Agreement is submitted properly by an experienced Southern California tax attorney or the result could mean a rejection of your Installment Agreement or even worse, you may be forced to pay more than necessary. 4. Currently not Collectible - Being placed into IRS Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status (or currently not collectible) means that the IRS has determined that you cannot afford to pay the tax debt at the present time by payment in full, through an installment agreement or by way of an Offer in Compromise. Usually, Currently not Collectible (#CurrentlynotCollectible) is used for taxpayers who owe less than $10,000 in tax debt or have some equity in a home but cannot access any of the equity. Once a taxpayer is placed into Currently not Collectible status, the IRS will suspend its collection activities (must immediately stop any wage garnishment or bank levy), but penalties and interest will continue to be added to the tax debt. Currently not Collectible status usually last 12 to 18 months before the IRS re-evaluates the taxpayer. If a taxpayer’s financial situation improves, the account will be taken off CNC status and the IRS can begin collecting on the tax debt through full payment or an installment agreement.

To be placed on a Currently not Collectible status with the IRS, an IRS tax attorney will assess your financial situation and if qualified, determine sufficient financial hardship exists by showing there is no disposable income at the end of each month. A tax attorney in Southern California will submit pertinent financial documentation to support an IRS finding of placing a taxpayer on a CNC status. It is crucial that your CNC paperwork is submitted properly by an experienced Southern California tax attorney or the result could mean a rejection of your submission or even worse, you may be forced to pay more than necessary.










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