When should I hire an IRS Tax Attorney to Represent Me in My IRS Tax Debt Problem?
Updated: Apr 18, 2019
IRS TAX DEBT PROBLEM - IRS TAX ATTORNEYS
Every wage earning American is required to file an annual federal tax return (#unfiledtaxreturns). Every business is required to file quarterly employment taxes.
Americans are taxed on every dollar made, won, and bartered. This is simply the tax law. It is Constitutional and the penalties for refusing to pay taxes can be as severe as public humiliation and incarceration. If you were thinking of sending what our IRS tax relief team calls "crazy letters" to the IRS regarding the Constitution and the IRS, do yourself a favor. DON'T DO IT!
While most tax debt negotiations can be handled by the average American taxpayer, there are many instances where an IRS Tax Attorney (#IRStaxlawyer) is both necessary and beneficial.
Lines of Communication If you’ve ever received a notice from the IRS, you know the feeling that comes with it. An even worse feeling is when the IRS seemingly ignores your response or even refuses to acknowledge your questions or claims.
The IRS will give you deadlines where issues must be resolved to avoid further tax levies and/or penalties and the poor lines of communication with the IRS do not help in the resolution of your tax debt problems. If the IRS ignores your attempts to correct the mistakes, it is time to contact an IRS Tax Attorney.
An IRS Tax Attorney will draft your responses to the IRS in a more direct way that is guaranteed to get the IRS’s attention. Additionally, the IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have direct contact information for the necessary branches of the IRS where matters should be handled and can negotiate matters over the phone instead of through writing, effectively ending your communication issues.
Offer in Compromise If you are unable to pay your federal tax debt, the IRS offers a way to get a new start called an Offer in Compromise. The Streamline Offer in Compromise program is the ultimate IRS settlement program. Our very best advice is this: a taxpayer should consider hiring a experienced IRS Tax Attorney to handle IRS Offer in Compromise submission.
The IRS has up to two years to accept or reject an Offer in Compromise and the higher your total amount owed, the less likely the IRS is to accept your settlement offer. An IRS Tax Attorney can better negotiate with the IRS and help the IRS fully understand your financial situation, framing it in the way that the IRS needs to hear for Offer in Compromise acceptance.
Additionally, an IRS Tax Attorney is invaluable if you are using the Offer in Compromise as a fresh start due to medical hardships because they will handle the IRS phone calls and gather the information, leaving you to focus on getting well.
Tax Evasion - Failure To File Tax evasion (not filing your tax returns) is a criminal offense that the IRS charges citizens with when they refuse to file tax returns, pay taxes, or reveal all of their sources of income. It's against the law not to file your tax returns, it is not against the law to owe a tax debt.
These failure to file charges bring with them fines, interest on tax debt owed, prosecution fees, incarceration, and possible public humiliation. If you fail to file your tax returns, you are non-compliant with tax law.
IRS agents known as Revenue Officers can come to your office or home and demand you answer further questions. If this has happened to you, it is time to hire an IRS Tax Attorney.
Remember that once a formal investigation is opened with the IRS, any information you give them could be self-incriminating. Do not attempt to handle these serious charges without an IRS Tax Attorney who can protect you, your rights and frame your arguments in the most favorable way.
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