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We will review with you the various options to help get rid of, relieve or eliminate you of your current IRS tax debt in obligation.

We will walk through all the programs to see what programs you qualify. Since 1982, Former IRS.

We are an affordable professional tax firm that can offer you a free initial tax consultation and walk you through the process if you have a back balance due the Internal Revenue Service.

If you have balance due on back taxes and are looking to set up a payment agreement, file firm offer in compromise to settle your back tax debt or you need to file back tax returns call us today for a free initial tax consultation.

We are an affordable IRS settlement tax firm. It only takes one free Tax Consult.

We have over 95 years of direct IRS work experience.

We have worked out of the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service. We are true IRS experts in the area of IRS tax settlement services.

 

How does IRS dispose of Tax Debt Cases?

 

1. By Payment in full,

2.By Monthly Payments,

3.By the Acceptance of an offer in compromise, (this is how your completely eliminate the tax debt)

4. By statue expiration. (this is how your completely eliminate the tax debt)

For those who cannot pay their debt IRS has a non-collectible or hardship program.

Upon your initial tax consultation we will walk through the various programs and let you know the easiest way to resolve your back tax debt.

The most important aspect of working tax debt cases is completely dependent on the individual or business financial statements.

Your current documented financial statement determines all.

IRS uses a very simple formula to determine their settlement process.

It is all about your assets and your income and your current necessary living expenses.There is a very specific formula.

IRS only allows certain expenses that are considered necessary living expenses.

There are charts available on what IRS allows. Anything not on those charts are disallowed and this is what trips out most taxpayers.

A simple review of your current financial statement and we can let you know the different programs you may be eligible for.

You will need to complete form 433F or form 433A for us to make a current determination. IRS will only use their financial statements.

It is critically important to know that you cannot pay less taxes unless you qualify for the offer in compromise program.

IRS has a very specific formula that they use to compute the offer in compromise.

The only way you can pay less tax is through the offer in compromise program.There is also an IRS pre-qualifier form.

I have over 40 years in this industry and it is critical if you want to settle your tax debt for the lowest possible amount you should go to true tax professionals.

 

Important information

 

All your tax returns will have to be filed before IRS will work your offer in compromise. If you need help with your tax preparation call us and we can have a staff of experts accountants and tax preparers complete all returns with or without records.

Also beware that many times the Internal Revenue Service want to make sure you are current in your withholding tax or your estimate tax payments are they will not close your work your case until you become fully compliant.

 

Beware of IRS tax settlement services companies.

 

We have been in this industry a long time there are many good companies in as many bad tax settlement service companies.

For you to evaluate in IRS tax settlement service company you must ask to speak directly to the person who will be working your case.

Generally, when you call a tax services company, you are speaking to what is called a closer. That person is a salesman and will actually bill you and charge you for the services then your case gets passed down the line.

When you call fresh start tax, you will speak directly to the person who works your case and that person can give you a true evaluation on how and if IRS will accept an IRS tax settlement.

All IRS tax settlement service firms and companies are different.

Check out the BBB rating and make sure you have a true tax professional working your case.

I suggest you always hire someone who’s worked at the IRS because they are aware of the methodologies required to get your offer in compromise through the system.

Other ways to Solve Back IRS Taxes Debt or tax problems

As a general rule, you may apply for hardships, payment agreements or settle for an offer in compromise to settle your debt for pennies on the dollar.

We will review with you your financial statement and let you know what the lowest possible settlement IRS will accept. 40% of all persons that owe back taxes are placed into a hardship or are currently not collectible status and 6.5 million taxpayers enter into annual payment agreements.

With these programs you will not pay less tax. These programs are designed to keep IRS off your back.

The other way to pay less tax is for the ten-year statute of limitation to run out and your debt will be written off by the Internal Revenue Service.

If you want to file an offer in compromise I thought you’d like to know what the statistics are.

Last year over 78,000 offers in compromise/IRS tax debt settlement were filed by taxpayers and over 38% of those were accepted for average of $6500 per case. Approximately 40,000 taxpayers last year paid less tax.

At the current time there are 7500 cases in the offer queue. The average wait time is nine months. There are not enough IRS employees to work the current inventory.

Keep in mind this is a national average in your case is completely dependent on your individual financial statement.

We will not file for an offer in compromise unless you are a true candidate for the program.

There is a pre qualifer tool to find out if you are a settlement candidate for income or business tax debt.

Upon your initial tax consultation we’ll let you know if you are eligible to have an accepted offer in compromise by the Internal Revenue Service.

Due to the new fresh start tax initiative Internal Revenue Service had made it easier to file for the program. However this program is not for everybody.

Everyone wants to settle with IRS but there is a very specific format and methodology that must be followed.

There are many myths about the pennies on the dollar program so you need to hear the truth before spending any money.

There are many firms that take your money and then let you know after the fact you are not qualified. you need to know before hand whether you have a fighting chance.Being a former IRS agent employee gives you a huge advantage of having the review your offer in compromise to settle your tax debt.

At our firm we will take no clients money until we are no they are a true candidate for the settlement program.

There are many myths about the offer in compromise so IRS in their great wisdom provides a pre-qualifier tool to find out if taxpayers are eligible for the offer in compromise program so taxpayers do not give their hard-earned money to unsuspecting tax firms promising tax settlements.

 

Offer in Compromise

If you have any questions or issues about the offer in compromise program to settle or negotiate your debt for pennies on the dollar, call us today and we will review your case to let you know if you are a qualified and suitable candidate.

The IRS spends a lot of due diligence before they accept an offer in compromise.

It is possible for the IRS to spend over 20-40 hours working an offer in compromise.

IRS uses the Accuriant search engine, Google in a variety of other searches to check on assets and histories of taxpayers and businesses.

You want to make sure you are accurate and truthful on your financial statement.

The higher the dollar case the greater the due diligence.

Many people ask why is this process not that simple.

The answer is this, all accepted offers in compromise are a matter of public record for one year in the regional office where the offer was accepted.

The Internal Revenue Service does all that it can to make sure there is a matter of consistency within the offer in compromise program if not still be a tremendous public outcry.

One base rule for the offer in compromise program. IRS is only concerned about your income and assets. this includes your equity in your home, pension plans are IRA’s.

One nice thing about the IRS accepting your offer in compromise is that once you meet the terms of the settlement they will release your federal tax lien.

Below you will find out what you need to know about the offer in compromise program.

 

Beginning immediately FROM THE IRS :

The IRS will return any newly filed Offer in Compromise application where the taxpayer has not filed all required tax returns. The internal revenue service will immediately reject your offer in compromise. Any fees included with the OIC will also be returned.

This new policy does not apply to current year tax returns if there is a valid extension on file.

When IRS determines that they will settle with you, IRS will consider your unique set of facts and circumstances:

• Ability to pay;

• Income;

• Expenses; and

• Asset equity.

IRS will generally approve an offer in compromise when the amount offered represents the most we can expect to collect within a reasonable period of time.Right now that is appox. 9 months

Make sure you are eligible for the offer in compromise to settle your back IRS tax debt.

Before IRS can consider your offer, you must be current with all filing and payment requirements.

You are not eligible if you are in an open bankruptcy proceeding.

Use the Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier to confirm your eligibility and prepare a preliminary proposal.

Submit your offer in compromise to settle your tax debt on back IRS taxes.

You’ll find step-by-step instructions and all the forms for submitting an offer in the Offer in Compromise Booklet, Form 656-B (PDF). Your completed offer package will include:

• Form 433-A (OIC) (individuals) or 433-B (OIC) (businesses) and all required documentation as specified on the forms;

• Form 656(s) – individual and business tax debt (Corporation/ LLC/ Partnership) must be submitted on separate Form 656;

• $186 application fee (non-refundable); and

• Initial payment (non-refundable) for each Form 656.

Select a payment option on an IRS offer settlement

Your initial payment will vary based on your offer and the payment option you choose:

• Lump Sum Cash:

Submit an initial payment of 20 percent of the total offer amount with your application. Wait for written acceptance, then pay the remaining balance of the offer in five or fewer payments.

• Periodic Payment:(most common)

Submit your initial payment with your application. Continue to pay the remaining balance in monthly installments while the IRS considers your offer. If accepted, continue to pay monthly until it is paid in full.

If you meet the Low Income Certification guidelines, you do not have to send the application fee or the initial payment and you will not need to make monthly installments during the evaluation of your offer.

Understand the process to settle your tax debt o n an IRS settlement offer to pay less tax

While your offer to pay less taxes is being evaluated:

• Your non-refundable payments and fees will be applied to the tax liability (you may designate payments to a specific tax year and tax debt);

• A Notice of Federal Tax Lien may be filed;

• Other collection activities are suspended;

• The legal assessment and collection period is extended;

• Make all required payments associated with your offer;

• You are not required to make payments on an existing installment agreement; and

• Your offer is automatically accepted if the IRS does not make a determination within two years of the IRS receipt date.

Call us today for free initial tax consultation and speak to a true IRS tax expert who will walk you through the process of how to negotiate with IRS over back taxes and see if you qualify to pay less taxes for an IRS tax settlement.

So to sum everything up, how much will IRS settle for, it all depends on your current financial statement based on your assets, your income, and your current expenses. when you call our offices will read review the exact formulas with you. Hear the truth today.

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Signs of Identity Theft

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    IRS, States, Industry Urge Taxpayers to Learn Signs of Identity Theft No matter how careful you are, identity thieves may be able to steal your personal information. If this happens, thieves try to turn that data quickly into cash by filing fraudulent tax returns. The IRS, state tax agencies and the nation’s tax industry ask for your help in their effort to combat identity theft and fraudulent returns. Working in partnership with you, we can make a difference. That’s why we launched a public awareness campaign called “Taxes. Security. Together.” We’ve also started a new series of security awareness tips that can help protect you from cybercriminals. Here are a few signs that you may be a victim of tax-related identity theft: 1. Your attempt to file your tax return electronically is rejected. You get a message saying a return with a duplicate Social Security number has been filed. First, check to make sure you did not transpose any numbers. Also, make sure one of your dependents, for example, your college-age child, did not file a tax return … Continue reading

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Income Taxes and Selling a Home, What you need to Know, Former IRS

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  Tips to Keep in Mind on Income Taxes and Selling a Home   Homeowners may qualify to exclude from their income all or part of any gain from the sale of their main home. Below are tips to keep in mind when selling a home: Ownership and Use. To claim the exclusion, the homeowner must meet the ownership and use tests. This means that during the five-year period ending on the date of the sale, the homeowner must have: • Owned the home for at least two years • Lived in the home as their main home for at least two years Gain.  If there is a gain from the sale of their main home, the homeowner may be able to exclude up to $250,000 of the gain from income or $500,000 on a joint return in most cases. Homeowners who can exclude all of the gain do not need to report the sale on their tax return Loss.  A main home that sells for lower than purchased is not deductible. Reporting a Sale.  Reporting the sale of a … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Guide to Identity Theft + Use this Guide For Help + Former IRS

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  Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft For 2017, the IRS, the states and the tax industry joined together to enact new safeguards and take additional actions to combat tax-related identity theft. Many of these safeguards will be invisible to you, but invaluable to our fight against these criminal syndicates. If you prepare your own return with tax software, you will see new log-on standards. Some states also have taken additional steps. See your state revenue agency’s web site for additional details. We also know identity theft is a frustrating process for victims. If you become a victim, we are committed to resolving your case as quickly as possible.   What is tax-related identity theft? Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund.

You may be unaware that this has happened until you efile your return and discover that a return already has been filed using your SSN. Or, the IRS may send you a letter saying we have identified a suspicious return using your SSN. Know the warning … Continue reading

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Renting Out Residential or Vacation Property + Tax Tips

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    Plan Ahead for Tax Time When Renting Out Residential or Vacation Property Summertime is a time of year when people rent out their property. In addition to the standard clean up and maintenance, owners need to be aware of the tax implications of residential and vacation home rentals. Receiving money for the use of a dwelling also used as a taxpayer’s personal residence generally requires reporting the rental income on a tax return. It also means certain expenses become deductible to reduce the total amount of rental income that’s subject to tax.   Dwelling Unit. This may be a house, an apartment, condominium, mobile home, boat, vacation home or similar property. It’s possible to use more than one dwelling unit as a residence during the year.   Used as a Home. The dwelling unit is considered to be used as a residence if the taxpayer uses it for personal purposes during the tax year for more than the greater of: 14 days   or 10% of the total days rented to others at a fair rental price. Rental expenses … Continue reading

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Get IRS Tax Information for Student Financial Aid Applications

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    IRS Offers Help to Students, Families to Get Tax Information for Student Financial Aid Applications   The U.S. Department of Education today announced the IRS Data Retrieval Tool is now available for borrowers applying for an income-driven repayment plan. New encryption protections have been added to the Data Retrieval Tool to further protect taxpayer information. The IRS Data Retrieval Tool will return Oct. 1, 2017, on the online 2018–19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form. Update April 7, 2017: See Also: Questions and Answers: Mailings about suspicious activity related to the DRT and FAFSA Update March 30, 2017: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and U.S. Department of Education Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA) Statement‎ about the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) You must have information from your tax return in order to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) or apply for an income-driven repayment plan. The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) used to access your tax information for the FAFSA and income-driven repayment (IDR) plan applications is currently unavailable. This does not limit … Continue reading

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IRS: Home Office Deduction Often Overlooked by Small Business Owner + Home Deductions

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    IRS: Home Office Deduction Often Overlooked by Small Business Owners The Internal Revenue Service today reminded small business owners who work from a home office that there are two options for claiming the Home Office Deduction. The Home Office Deduction is often overlooked by small business owners. As part of National Small Business Week (April 30-May 6), the IRS is highlighting a series of tips and resources available for small business owners. The Regular Method The first option for calculating the Home Office Deduction is the Regular Method. This method requires computing the business use of the home by dividing the expenses of operating the home between personal and business use. Direct business expenses are fully deductible and the percentage of the home floor space used for business is assignable to indirect total expenses. Self-employed taxpayers file Form 1040, Schedule C , Profit or Loss From Business (Sole Proprietorship), and compute this deduction on Form 8829, Expenses for Business Use of Your Home. The Simplified Method The second option, the Simplified Method, reduces the paperwork and recordkeeping burden … Continue reading

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Former IRS Agent + IRS Tax Representation and Tax Consultations

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      Michael D. Sullivan – Former IRS Revenue Officer & Teaching Instructor    1-866-700-1040   He had a distinguished career with the Internal Revenue Service for 10 years. Call him for a free consultation on a pending IRS matter. As a veteran IRS Revenue Officer / Agent, he served as an Offer in Compromise Tax Specialist and Large Dollar Case Specialist. He also collaborated with the U.S. Attorney’s office on undercover operations. Michael received several awards for his work and dedication as a IRS Agent. During his tenure with the IRS, he was a Certified Tax Instructor who taught out of the Atlanta Regional IRS Training Offices. He also taught out of the local and district offices of the IRS. Mr. Sullivan trained many of the new IRS Agents. Michael has been in private practice for the last 33 years in the field of Taxpayer Consultation for IRS Audit and Collection tax resolution issues. He often consults with corporations and individuals, which involves a wide range of tax issues. Michael has worked many large complex cases for high net … Continue reading

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Reducing IRS Tax Debt Obligation + IRS Offer in Compromise +Former IRS

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    We are offer in compromise specialists, experts. Since 1982 .   I both worked and taught the offer in compromise program at Internal Revenue Service. We know the System.  Former instructors at the IRS. WE ARE YOUR BEST OPTION FOR ACCEPTANCE!!!! We accepted them as former IRS employees, we know the system! We offer free consultations to make sure you qualify for the offer. You should also know there is an IRS pre-qualifier tool for those do-it-yourselfers. You never want to file an offer unless you know you are prequalified. Upon an immediate review of your case we will let you know whether it is worth your time or money to file the offer in compromise. Approximately 40% of all offers are accepted by the Internal Revenue Service. I am a former IRS revenue officer who both worked and taught the offer in compromise program when employed at Internal Revenue Service. I know the complete system of IRS. FREE CONSULTS, HEAR THE TRUTH. The OIC : What You need to know   An offer in compromise (OIC) is … Continue reading

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