Flat Fee - Tax Consultation
Tax Debt Help - Tax Settlement
Tax Professional - Tax Consultation
Why It's a Good Idea
The IRS will only accept three professional
occupations to represent taxpayers. A tax
professional must be either a Tax Attorney,
a C. P. A., or an Enrolled Agent. All three are
acceptable to the IRS. So, if you know a bookkeeper or some person offering to help you out with your tax debt, forget about it. At Flat Fee Tax Service, most of our taxpayers are represented by an IRS Tax Attorney.
If you are facing the possibility of an IRS or state collection action, a tax consultation from Flat Fee Tax Relief could be one of the best possible decisions you could make – and we are ready to help. By making the decision to get a tax consultation from us, you can expect the expert advice, guidance and representation needed to get you through the various IRS or state collection processes as quickly, cheaply and painlessly as possible.
Your tax consultation doesn’t just end with your first call to one of our specialists, as we have an entire team of experienced tx professionals (attorneys, enrolled agents and CPAs) ready and willing to stand by you. What’s more is the fact that our entire tax resolution team has a proven track record of results in helping people just like you, in the same situation and in the same state of mind – you are not alone. When you receive a tax consultation with Flat Fee Tax Relief you’ll receive the numerous benefits of years of experience from some of the best tax professionals in America.
Why Get a Tax Consultation?
Here are some of the reasons why a tax consultation with Optima could be the best decision you can make when dealing with the IRS and/or state taxing authorities:
Our Expertise - The Flat Fee Tax Relief Experience
From your first tax consultation, you will know with zero uncertainty that we specialize in one thing – resolving tax problems. Our consultations will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. Providing tax relief is what we do. It is our only mission and our only focus. In the same way that IRS agents are experts at enforcing tax debt collection, our tax professionals will show you we’re experts at dealing with the IRS.
Flat Fee Tax Relief understands the IRS and states taxation authorities better than anyone because we actually work with the IRS and states every single day. Your tax consultation will make that point very, very clear to you. By the time our consultation is over, you will be fully informed regarding your tax debt. You will know if an Offer in Compromise is the right way to go for you. All of your tax relief options will be presented to you and you will know how we plan on having your tax debt resolved.
At Flat Fee Tax Service, we provide quality tax relief services at very affordable fees. All clients work directly with an IRS Tax Attorney. Our clients can call their IRS Tax Attorney at any time.
Our Consultation - What We’ll Discuss
Here are just some of the tax relief options provided by Flat Fee Tax Relief may discuss with you during your tax consultation:
Removing tax liens
Release and removal of a tax levy (Routinely in one day)
Preventing the seizure of assets
Stopping an IRS wage garnishment (Routinely in one day)
Setting up installment plans
Negotiating an IRS tax settlement (Offer in Compromise)
Help with tax preparation
Filing overdue tax returns (Unfiled tax returns)
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CLIENTS HAVE SAVED, ON AVERAGE,
96% OF THEIR TAX DEBT.
PER 2016 IRS TAX STATISTICS, THE I.R.S. APPROVED APPROX. 42%
OF THE 80,000 IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS.
YOU HAVE A 30% CHANCE OF SUCCESS IF YOU
DO YOUR OWN OFFER IN COMPROMISE.
Negotiate an IRS Installment Agreement
An IRS installment agreement was designed by the IRS to collect money quickly and close cases quickly. Many taxpayers who are unable to pay off their entire tax debt in full will agree to a very bad installment agreement because they mistakenly believe that the IRS payment plan is their only option. It may not be. An installment agreement provides a taxpayer the opportunity to make payments over time, under the stipulations that you will comply to pay off all of your debt in monthly installments until your tax debt is entirely paid off.
DON'T JUST AGREE WITH THE IRS
BECAUSE YOU FEEL LIKE YOU HAVE TO.
If you decide to negotiate with the IRS to enter an installment agreement, at least consult with an IRS Tax Attorney first. There are many "moving parts" to an IRS Installment Agreement. An IRS payment plan is more than you both agreeing that you will comply with timely payments every month within a certain timeline, and you also agree that you will make timely tax payments in the future.
Guaranteed Installment Agreements
The guaranteed installment agreement is typically the easiest of the IRS tax relief programs to obtain, and therefore one of the most popular payment options for those who qualify. The minimum payment for this plan every month is $25, however, there is a catch: you still must pay in full within 36 months. The stipulations are simple: the principle being that your tax debt must be no more than $10,000. Take note that to qualify for this plan, you must have also already filed all past tax returns.
In the non-disclosure IRS installment agreement, you do not have to disclose the majority of your financial information at the time you apply. This means that you are not required to fill out a 433F form, also known as the Collection Information Statement. If you owe more than $25,000, you are required to fill out this statement. Filing out a 433F can help you as well as hurt you. If you are allowed to pay according to a non-disclosure installment agreement, you are then allowed up to seven years to pay off all tax debt. Another benefit of this negotiation, just like in a guaranteed installment agreement, is that creditors will not be notified and you should not experience a change in your ability to earn or use credit.
Streamlined Installment Agreements
The Streamlined Installment Agreement has a much broader range of debt opportunities. Your debt can be as much as $50,000. Within this payment plan, there are two different routes of payment.
One IRS payment plan is for those who owe $25,000 or less, while the second plan is administered for those who owe anywhere between $21,000 to $50,000. As with all installment agreements, you must promise to pay your tax debt within a given time period—in this case, 72 months.
You must also promise to file all future taxes on time. On-time means April 15th. As with the Non-Disclosure Installment Agreement, this installment plan eliminates the need to disclose detailed financial information to the IRS.
The partial payment installment agreement is considered a last-ditch resort for those who cannot realistically pay off all of their tax debt to the IRS. A partial installment agreement may not be the best IRS tax relief option for our client. If you are in danger of facing extreme financial hardship by paying all of your tax debt, then the IRS may grant you this plan, should you appeal.
The IRS examines a taxpayer's qualifications on an individual basis and requires that you disclose all financial information. The IRS has the authority to provide a required monthly payment plan based on what they determine you can afford.
HAVE AN IRS TAX LAWYER NEGOTIATE ALL
IRS INSTALLMENT AGREEMENTS
The IRS will take into consideration your living expenses, and necessities to survive. The IRS' idea of "living expenses and necessities" may be a lot different than your idea.
If making a large payment will force the taxpayer to live in squalor, the IRS may create a deal for the taxpayer to pay off a portion of what they owe over time. One benefit to this plan is that you have the ability to adjust how much you pay every month, so long as you pay the agreed amount at the end of the term.
The caveat is that the IRS is allowed to impose a federal tax lien to guarantee payment, in which case, creditors will be notified. To attain a Partial Payment Installment Agreement, you are required to fill out a financial statement form issued by the IRS.
Offer in Compromise -
The Ultimate IRS Settlement Agreement
An Offer in Compromise is the ultimate IRS tax relief program and generally the IRS settlement agreement. This is extremely difficult to obtain without the expertise of an experienced IRS Tax lawyer.
IRS Offer in Compromise
An Offer in Compromise is the ultimate IRS settlement agreement (think "pennies on the dollar") and this program allows you to pay a much smaller amount of tax debt than you already owe. For many, this provides the best opportunity to pay off their tax debt. The IRS does require that you provide a detailed account of all financial information, which they will critically analyze to see if this is the most realistic plan for repayment.
As you can imagine, the IRS approves a tax settlement only when it is proven that the taxpayer is unable to pay their tax debt prior to the Statute of Limitations. If the IRS knows that they cannot get the full amount of your tax debt in a certain amount of time, they are likely to grant this option.
At Flat Fee Tax Service, our IRS Tax Lawyers and tax pro's will always treat you the with the respect you deserve.
Our fees for IRS tax relief are flat and very affordable. We will never bill you for calling in and asking questions. Call our IRS tax professionals today to find out more about your tax resolution options, our easy payment structure, and complete tax help solutions.
At Flat Fee Tax Relief, you will have experienced tax professionals in your corner. There’s nothing that makes us happier than helping you out of that corner. That means that you will have a Tax Attorney working closely with you to resolve your unique tax problem. Your tax consultation will clearly show you how we give each case the personal attention it needs while at the same time, providing utmost attention to detail, communication, and trust.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE PROVIDING EXCEPTIONAL IRS TAX RELIEF TO CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.