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We are affordable tax relief firm that can resolve any IRS tax debt or tax filing problems.

Experts in IRS Tax Relief, Debt Relief & IRS Tax Debt Settlement. Since 1982.

 

IRS Fresh Start Program Helps Taxpayers Who Owe the IRS +Tax Debt Relief

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:

• Federal Tax Liens.

The Fresh Start program increased the amount that taxpayers can owe before the IRS generally will file a Notice of IRS 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Some taxpayers may qualify to have their lien notice withdrawn if they are paying their tax debt through a Direct Debit installment agreement.

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.

 

• Installment Agreements, Monthly Payments

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.

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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, Form 433-A or Form 433-F.

 

• Offers in Compromise+ Pennies on a dollar

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. Use the Offer in Com

 

Fresh Start Tax LLC

We know the system because we have over 65 years of direct working knowledge being former IRS agents.

We know every possible system and methodology of the Internal Revenue Service and can help deal with IRS tax debt consolidation and settling in existing tax debt with the Internal Revenue Service.

We know the system inside and out and know the fastest, quickest and most affordable way to completely and permanently relieve you of taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service on back taxes. We know all the settlement options.

You can call us today for a free initial tax consultation and we can give you a free assessment on your case. Hear the truth from true tax experts.

As former IRS agents supervisors and teaching instructors we had great value to any taxpayer trying to sort out the different options they have with IRS if you owe back taxes have back tax debt, or have to file back tax returns.

 

IRS Tax Debt Consolidation + Settlement Options

When the Internal Revenue Service works case they keep a couple of factors in mind. First of all your tax returns must be filed and you must be in full compliance with all individual and business taxes.

IRS will work all your cases at one time if their outstanding all the debt in all the nonfiling issues will be brought together in one case. IRS immediately pulls transcription & summary of your cases before they develop an exit in closing strategy.

Important : IRS Tax Debt Consolidation will depend on your current financial statement. The internal revenue system is dependent on the review, the credibility and in-depth analysis of your current assets and income.

Settlement Options for Tax Debt Relief

Having the knowledge and experience of the system is the first step to finding a permanent resolution to your IRS tax problem.

The first option always is to see if you can settle your tax debt through pennies on the dollar through the offer in compromise program.

Our firm has a distinct advantage over other forms as I am a former IRS teaching agent of the offer in compromise program when employed at Internal Revenue Service.

We will review with you the very specifics of your tax issue or back tax problem and after a careful review of your exit strategy and your financial statement, we can come up with the best strategy to reduce your tax debt, manage the IRS and handle all the representation for affordable fees and prices.

When IRS takes a current financial statement to make a determination on how they will treat you as a taxpayer there are basically three options available for you to take care of your back tax matter:

1. Internal Revenue Service puts 40% of all open cases into currently not collectible status which stay there for approximately a year, or,

2.6.5 million people enter into installment payments based on their current financial statements as IRS carefully looks at your income and necessary living expenses.

3.The last option and the best option is to settle your debt to pennies on the dollar through the offer in compromise program.

Last year 38,000 offers in compromise were accepted for an average settlement of $4000 per case.

Please keep in mind this is completely dependent on the current financial statement that IRS reviewed and accepted.

Payment Plan, Installment Agreements & Settlement Options for Back Taxes and Debt Consolidation

There are many factors that determine payment plan and settlement options.

The Internal Revenue Service when exploring a payment plan option with the taxpayer will look at the amount due, making sure all tax returns are current and up-to-date and will look on the amount of money the taxpayer wants to pay back depending on statutory periods of time.

When you call our office we will review with you the three different options you have available to make a payment plan and get the one you want not, the one forced on you by Internal Revenue Service.

As a former IRS agent, I can tell you that Internal Revenue Service tries to enforce their will and extracting money from taxpayers trying to collect money they do not have.

Knowing all the procedures and the options you have available and the rights you have, we can make sure you are treated fairly and that you have the best possible payment agreement you can get based on your current financial statement and living expenses.

When you use our firm, you do not have to fear being bullied by the Internal Revenue Service, we know their systems inside and out.

It is necessary for you to know that all your tax returns will need to be filed for IRS to close out your case. IRS expects each taxpayer who owes back tax debt to be in full compliance before they will resolve their tax issue.

If you have returns are not filed we can prepare those with little or no records.

Call us today for a free initial tax consultation assessment and let’s find out how we can get your case closed for affordable pricing.

To find out the best case scenario for tax debt relief call us today and speak to one of our true experts.

 

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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.
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