IRS and State Tax Relief Programs + Hear The Truth From Former Agents + Ft.Lauderdale, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale

IRS and State Tax Relief Programs + Hear The Truth From Former Agents + Ft.Lauderdale, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale

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As former IRS agents and managers we know every possible IRS and state tax relief program, since 1982 would have worked thousands of cases.


If you are looking for various solutions for IRS or state tax relief call us today in we will review all the programs with you and tell you the truth about every available program based on your situation.

The fresh start tax initiative by the Internal Revenue Service has applications in different state principalities. Below you’ll find some of the relief programs available.

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In this blog we will talk about the IRS fresh start tax initiative in how this relatively new program can affect some of the way IRS and state governments can work with you.

Each case is different and after speaking to us for five minutes on the phone we can review all your options about any given situation or problem that you have each consultation is free and you will be given true and honest tax advice.

About 50% of open cases in the IRS collection inventory can be helped or managed by the IRS fresh start initiative.

Call us for a free initial tax consultation today and you will become well familiar with the system which can be explained very easily and simply to you.

The IRS Fresh Start program makes it easier for taxpayers to pay back taxes and avoid tax liens. Even small business taxpayers may benefit from Fresh Start.

Here are three important features of the Fresh Start program:

IRS Federal Tax Liens

The federal tax lien is a very damaging document filed at the courthouse where your residence is located.

There are a couple of ways to get rid of the federal tax lien. When you call us ,we will review your various options but understand that the IRS collection statute is 10 years.

As a general rule, the tax lien goes away when the debt is either paid in full, the statute expires, you can get a secured installment agreement based on various circumstances, or you file an offer in compromise and meet the acceptance criteria.

The Fresh Start program increased the amount that taxpayers can owe before the IRS generally will file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien.

That amount is now $10,000. However, in some cases, the IRS may still file a lien notice on amounts less than $10,000.

When a taxpayer meets certain requirements and pays off their tax debt, the IRS may now withdraw a filed Notice of Federal Tax Lien.

Taxpayers must request this in writing using Form 12277, Application for Withdrawal.

Some taxpayers may qualify to have their lien notice withdrawn if they are paying their tax debt through a Direct Debit installment agreement.

Taxpayers also need to request this in writing by using Form 12277.

If a taxpayer defaults on the Direct Debit Installment Agreement, the IRS may file a new Notice of Federal Tax Lien and resume collection actions.

IRS Installment Agreements

IRS accepts 6.5 million installment or payment agreements a year.

The Fresh Start program expanded access to streamlined installment agreements.

Now, individual taxpayers who owe up to $50,000 can pay through monthly direct debit payments for up to 72 months (six years). While the IRS generally will not need a financial statement, they may need some financial information from the taxpayer.

Taxpayers in need of installment agreements for tax debts more than $50,000 or longer than six years still need to provide the IRS with a financial statement.

In these cases, the IRS may ask for one of two forms: either Collection Information Statement, 1.Form 433-A or 2.Form 433-F.

The IRS Offer in Compromise.

The Internal Revenue Service receives approximately 80,000 offers in compromise a year and accepts approximately 38% of those for average settlement of $7500.

An Offer in Compromise is an agreement that allows taxpayers to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount. Fresh Start expanded and streamlined the OIC program. The IRS now has more flexibility when analyzing a taxpayer’s ability to pay.

This makes the offer program available to a larger group of taxpayers.

Generally, the IRS will accept an offer if it represents the most the agency can expect to collect within a reasonable period of time.

The IRS will not accept an offer if it believes that the taxpayer can pay the amount owed in full as a lump sum or through a payment agreement.

The IRS looks at several factors, including the taxpayer’s income and assets, to make a decision regarding the taxpayer’s ability to pay.

Call us today to find out, 1-866-700- 1040

 You will hear the truth from former IRS agents and managers about every possible IRS and state tax relief program to settle your debt.

About Michael Sullivan

Michael Sullivan is Former Award Winning IRS Agent and Teaching Instructor with the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Sullivan worked in the local, district and regional offices of the IRS. Mr. Sullivan has been in private practice since 1982 and is a tax expert in the field of Federal and State Tax Resolution. Connect with Michael Sullivan on Google+

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