Do you owe money to the government? Whether you have back taxes with the state of California, or the federal government, the problem will never just go away if you ignore it. It will just continue to add up and grow, making a much worse situation in the future. What you really need to do is contact a qualified tax attorney to help answer the questions that you have, and guide you in the right direction to go. Our team is currently rated A+ with the BBB, and is ready and waiting to talk with you about what you owe. Don’t you owe it to your family to finally relieve this burden looming over your head?
Our company is fully licensed and ready to handle your tax debt situation, no matter where you live in the beautiful state of California. Our areas of service cover the larger California cities of Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Sacramento, all the way to the smaller areas of San Jose, Fresno, Riverside, Bakersfield, Stockton and Orange County. Give us a call today at (619) 867-0855 to learn more and get the process started.
Are you tired of battling with your revenue officer? Has the IRS been bullying you about the money you owe? You need someone who is ready and willing to fight for you, and step into the ring with the IRS on your behalf. They don’t try and bully us like they do with normal tax payers, and we even have different phone numbers and contacts inside the organization that we deal with. That means we can get better results, much faster than you would normally be able to.
15 Minutes - We will go through your entire financial situation, step-by-step and see what programs you qualify for, determine how we can help, and answer any questions that you may have.
4-7 Days - Using the Power of Attorney, we will work with the IRS to determine what evidence they have against you (without disclosing anything), so we can create a plan of attack.
1-3 Months - After learning exactly what they have against you, we will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, removing all the penalties we can, and fighting for a great settlement for you.
Forever - Once your tax burdens have been lifted, you can go on living your life again! You will finally be free of the burdens chasing you, and can start fresh with no tax debt!
Are you ready to stop worrying about your tax debt once and for all?
Our team of tax attorneys, CPA’s, registered agents and more are ready and waiting to help you with your tax debt situation, no matter how much you owe. The IRS can be a very scary organization to negotiate with, and chances are if you try to face them yourself, they will use bullying and intimidation techniques to push you around.
Whether it’s threatening letters, or having an officer show up at your door – they are ready to use whatever means necessary to get the money that they think you owe.
What you need is an experienced helping hand and ally to actually stand up to the government, and fight on your behalf.
While we can’t guarantee any specific results, because each case and client is so different, we can guarantee your satisfaction with our service and work. If for any reason you aren’t completely, 100% satisfied with our work within 30 days of working with us, just call and let us know. We’ll refund all of your money, no questions asked.
With the prevalent tough economic conditions all over the country, many taxpayers for one reason or the other are finding themselves increasingly unable to meet their income tax obligations. It is therefore very smart if you find yourself in tough circumstances to consider getting the help of a qualified tax attorney. Insight from an experienced voice in the tax relief industry can be indispensable for taking care of the problem.
One of the most ideal options that can be open to most taxpayers who experience difficulties in paying their back taxes on schedule is using an offer of compromise or an installment agreement to get IRS tax relief. This option is characterized by a restructuring of your tax obligation, which legally permits you to pay a fraction of the full amount you might be required to meet. It can be particularly suitable for individuals that can’t possibly pay their accrued income tax without landing into severe financial hardships.
Before approving an offer of compromise, the IRS takes into consideration several pertinent issues such as your income, ability to pay, asset equity and expenses. Your application can only be approved if your offer represents the possible maximum sum the IRS can expect to collect within the stipulated time span.
Basically, there are 2 types of payments options that you could choose, which are lump sum, and the periodic payment plan. The first option entails submitting an initial payment of 20% of the total amount you owe, wait for approval, before paying the reminder within a maximum of 5 monthly installments. The periodic plan involves paying the 20% initial deposit, and while waiting for the IRS to approve your application, continue to pay the balance in monthly installments.
It is important to note that if you qualify for the low income certification you will not be required to pay the application fee or initial payment. You will also be exempted from making monthly installments during the appraisal of your income tax relief application. However, unlike what some individuals might think this option is not open for everyone. Should you have filed for bankruptcy you will be ineligible for this form of tax relief. You also have be current in all your previous filing and payments before making such an application.
To enhance your chances of getting your offer approved it can be a good idea to enlist the aid of a competent lawyer or a certified tax resolution specialist, like us. We can deal with the IRS for you, and reach a feasible consensus on the type of payment plan that will be ideal for your circumstances, and is usually termed as installment agreement.
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Has the IRS gone to your employer or whoever takes care of your payroll to take a portion of your wages? Left untouched, this issue becomes much more of a big deal, because they have the legal ability to garnish 25% – 50% of your wages, before you even see them!
They can continue on this until you have the debt completely paid off, and will suck every penny they can from your hard earned income.
If you give us a call today, chances are that we can get this wage garnishment removed by the end of the week, and can get you back on your way to freedom again.
Don’t believe us? We have had hundreds of clients in your exact same situation, and have gotten them their lives back again. No more worrying about if they will be able to pay normal monthly expenses (rent, car payments, child support, alimony, etc.), and more living!
A bank levy may be attached to personal checking account and savings accounts in addition to company accounts. They must freeze current funds up to the amount owed when the levy notice is received by the bank. These funds should be held for 21 days before releasing them to the Internal Revenue Service.
You’re free to use your account in an ordinary way following the amount required by the levy freezes. The bank is not permitted to hand your cash over to the IRS immediately. The money is frozen for 21 days. The money is sent to the Internal Revenue Service and is irretrievable that holding period is concluded. Future deposits may be reached only with added levy action by the IRS. But in the event that you don’t solve your outstanding tax debt with the first levy, the IRS may by their discretion levy your bank account.
A lien is basically when the government takes legal ownership of your property as a way to continue to hold your debt over your head.
This property can be your home, company, income, autos, jewelry, property, etc. It gives the IRS precedent over any other lenders and is simply a public announcement of your back tax debt. Our team here at ITS is experienced in tax law and will help you get a less expensive alternative to pay your tax liability.
The following standards should be fulfilled, before a tax lien may be filed against you:
Once this criteria is fulfilled along with there is a lien confirmed, it will show up on your credit report. Your tax lien stays a public record until the amount is paid in full. It is a method used by the IRS to obstruct or intimidate you into accepting a hopeless arrangement.
Attempting to negotiate settlements for back taxes with the IRS in your own missed opportunities, and can result in increased penalties and fines, added financial stress. You want the help that an experienced tax attorney can offer. Our professionals know what repayment options are available for what you owe and your monetary rights. We will represent you in all dialogues to bring your issues to a conclusion.