Don't Let The IRS Bully You
When dealing with the IRS on your own, they will do everything they possibly can to push you into making large payments as quickly as possible. Their only goal is to get you to make as many payments as you can, without any regard for your personal financial situation. They won't tell you about the various payment options you may have available, or any other alternatives that you may be eligible for. Many times these payment options or alternative solutions could save you thousands in debt repayment, which is why it's so crucial that you have an experienced tax resolution attorney who is familiar with all of the options you have on the table that can put you in a stronger position to negotiate whatever tax controversy you may be up against.
For example, there is such a thing as an offer in compromise, which allows you to settle your debt with the IRS for less than what you owe, and in many cases, for significantly less. The IRS will typically determine whether or not you qualify for an offer in compromise, based on your assets, your income, your expenses, and other financial factors. However, if you do qualify, it could potentially save you thousands in debt repayment, offering your significant financial relief with the IRS.
Don't Wait. Put my experience on your side today.
At the end of the day, tax issues are not something you want to risk battling on your own. Any mistakes you make can not only make your situation worse, but they can also have lasting consequences on things like your credit and financial stability. As someone who has worked with countless clients over the last 20 years, I've learned how to successfully work with the IRS to help reduce debt and help you move forward. In addition to representing you to the IRS, I will also take the time to sit down with you and discuss all of your options so that together, we can come up with a solution for your unique situation. So don't wait and risk making your problems worse. Call my office and schedule a free case consultation today.