IRS

 

An organization to help those harmed by the IRS

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These are the topics we CAN help you address via email, phone or live chat "Ask the Expert"


Tax audits
Tactics and strategies for dealing with the auditor; how to prove deductions and verify income and how to appeal audit decisions.
Appeals
The time and place of appeal, how to write appeal letters and the strategies needed to win on appeal.
Computer notices
How to respond to computer audit notices, collection notices, missing tax return claims, etc.
Penalties
How to cancel computer penalty notices, how to deal with penalties in audits and appeals and other general penalty questions.
Collection
If you owe taxes you cannot pay or IRS is demanding you pay taxes you do not owe, we can address all those concerns. This includes questions and problems about tax liens, levies and seizures, installment payment negotiations and all other aspects of tax collection, including what to do if you cannot pay by April 15. We can also answer questions about the IRS's tax amnesty programs and how they work

Services
As a member of the group we will try to perform four services for you that are designed to

resolve your tax problem, once and for all.
1. The Evaluation

The first step is to conduct a thorough evaluation of all your facts and circumstances. We examine your history with the IRS and the

details of your financial situation. We collect the information we need from you through two questionnaires. we also obtain your

Individual Master file records from the IRS. The information allows us to perform a complete analysis of the options that are available

to get this problem solved once and for all.After we review all your information,we determine which of various settlement options is

going to work for you. There are as many as ten major settlement options (and some variations on those ten) that might

work to fix your problem. For example, when we are finished with your evaluation, we will know . . .

  • Which Tax Amnesty program is best for you,
  • When your collection statute of limitations expires,
  • If you can settle with the IRS for less than you owe,
  • If penalty cancellation is possible for you, and
  • The best course of action for your situation.

Because the evaluation process tells us which of those will work for you, you will never spend valuable time and resources chasing a strategy that will not work.

2. The Written Plan

Once your facts are analyzed and the evaluation is complete, I then lay out a very detailed, written step-by-step plan of action. This allows us to transform your large,

seemingly insurmountable problem into a series of smaller, more manageable steps. By following the step-by-step formula for dealing with your case, we are able to

work through your problem systematically, all the while making steady progress toward a solution. By following my unique step-by-step formula, we are able to make

inroads toward a solution almost immediately.

3. Drafting Correspondence

We will draft critical correspondence to the IRS on your behalf. Through this service, all of your immediate collection problems are addressed in a timely and professional manner.

You may be faced with collection notices right now. They can’t be ignored. They must be dealt with immediately and correctly. If not, you face the prospect of losing important taxpayers’ rights.
We will draft all correspondence on your behalf that’s necessary to:

  • Respond to collection notices,
  • Submit a request for an installment agreement,
  • Seek a collection freeze,
  • Protest audit determinations,
  • Protest collection actions,
  • Appeal an installment agreement rejection,
  • Respond to demands that you file delinquent tax returns,
  • Submit a lien appeal,
  • Submit a wage levy appeal,
  • Submit a bank levy appeal.

As you know, IRS demand notices just keep coming. There is always something to respond to and if you don’t, IRS collection action spins out of control and your financial life is fraught with barriers, hardships and sometimes even dead-ends. We can bring all of this under control and, more often than not, we can do so very quickly.

4. Direct Telephone Access

During the entire period of your membership, you have direct telephone access to us as often as you need it. Anytime you have a question, problem or concern, call our office and make an appointment to speak with one of us. You’ll get a specific day and time to call. We will then walk you right through what needs to be done to handle that issue immediately. For example, you can speak with us when . . .You receive an IRS notice and need to respond, The IRS has made a request that you don’t understand,  The IRS contacts your employer about a wage levy, Your bank notifies you that your account has been frozen, or You have a question about any aspect of your case or the plan that I develop for you.            

We will also try to help you with hard or unique problems. 

As a Member, You Get Everything You Need!