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With the economy in our country today, we are walking into a major problem. Literally millions of people are having IRS problems in the United States.
As a matter of fact the IRS files 3.8 million bank and wage levies every year in files approximately 950,000 federal tax liens.
The best way to fight back if you have a problem with the Internal Revenue Service is to use former IRS agents, managers and tax instructors who have over 60 years of combined work experience directly with the Internal Revenue Service and the local, district, and regional tax offices of the Internal Revenue Service.
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We are moving towards a situation never seen before, and the Internal Revenue Service continues to prove that it won’t let up simply because the IRS needs Revenue.
The Internal Revenue Service is sending out more federal tax liens and federal tax levies, wages garnishments and bank garnishments on back taxes at record numbers. If you have these types of tax problems with the IRS, there are several steps that you can take to fix your issues.
Keys to resolving your IRS problem
There are several keys to make sure your case is resolved timely.
These keys are necessary on every case. IRS is interested in resolving the cases in their system. The IRS’s goal is to close cases and get them out of their inventory. Here are the keys necessary to stop enforcement action on your back taxes and your current IRS problems.
IRS files these enforcement notices because the taxpayer does not contact IRS by the due date of the tax notices. These IRS problems usually occur because these notices go unanswered.
Many taxpayers are unaware that they are getting these tax notices because they never received the documentation from IRS. The Internal Revenue Service has a computer system that already has enforcement information loaded on their computer from information they get from your tax returns.
IRS will eventually get all the information they are looking for by issuing a federal tax summons. The summons will ask the third parties to provide your records to IRS. This will provide the IRS a wealth of information to collect the back taxes.
You never want to get to that point. Contact us as soon as possible to avoid these embarrassing situations. Let us help you with your IRS problems.