If you are presently embroiled in IRS conflict and need word of encouragement, then read the following...
Last year the IRS cancelled 4.9 million penalties, saving taxpayers $11.13 billion in penalties they didn't owe..
When properly challenged, the IRS cancels 60 cents of every dollar assessed in employment tax penalties.
There are four IRS approved programs of tax debt forgiveness.
The IRS settles delinquent tax debt for between 10 to 20 cents on the dollar when a proper request is made for tax debt forgiveness.
By asserting the right to a correspondence audit, the average tax audit bill was reduced by as much as 58%.
Last year, millions of citizens won installment agreements, thus avoiding wage and bank levies and property seizures.
IRS auditors have NO POWER to change your tax liability without YOUR approval.
Problem 1 Nobody in the IRS cares
Return Filing Problems (problems 2-5)
Problem 2 Fear of an audit
Problem 3 I cannot file my tax return on time
Problem 4 I cannot afford to pay all my taxes
Problem 5 I need more than a payment extension
Penalties and Interest (problems 6-10)
Problem 6 The IRS issued a computer notice claiming I owe penalties
Problem 7 The IRS added penalties to my previous bill
Problem 8 The IRS added penalties to a bill determined from a tax audit
Problem 9 The IRS assessed the trust fund recovery penalty
Problem 10 The IRS unfairly added interest to my tax bill
Part IV - Computer Notices (problems 11-13)
Problem 11 Erroneous notice received assessing additional taxes
Problem 12 The IRS mailed a computer notice claiming I underreported my income
Problem 13 Valid notice received demanding payment of taxes
Part V - Audit Problems (problems 14-20)
Problem 14 Missing receipts to prove deductions
Problem 15 The IRS claims I earned income I did not report
Problem 16 The IRS said my business was really a hobby -- Disallowed business expense deduction
Problem 17 The IRS's audit results are wrong but the auditor demands I sign the report and pay
Problem 18 I went through appeals but the IRS still says I owe
Problem 19 I did not realize I could appeal an audit decision or believed it was too expensive
Problem 20 I already paid taxes I do not owe because I did not understand my appeal rights
Part VI - Enforced Tax Collection (problems 21-29)
Problem 21 The IRS is threatening a wage or bank levy
Problem 22 I cannot afford an installment payment
Problem 23 The IRS has a wage or bank levy in effect
Problem 24 The IRS filed a tax lien causing credit problems
Problem 25 I cannot get the IRS to recognize my letters and it continues to push ahead for enforced collection
Problem 26 I have not filed tax returns for years
Problem 27 My husband left me with a tax debt that I do not owe and cannot afford to pay
Problem 28 My IRS debt just keeps growing
Problem 29 I cannot afford a tax professional to help with my tax problem
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Much has been made of recent restructuring legislation pointed at ending IRS errors and abuse. Historically, such legislation has had little impact on the agency. The reason is the IRS simply does not tell the truth about taxpayers' rights. Consequently, if you do not understand your rights in a given situation, you cannot expect the IRS to explain them. For example, when was the last time you received a kind letter from the IRS explaining that you paid too much in taxes or overlooked certain rights that might cut your bill? Such letters are rare indeed!
On the other hand, millions of citizen are confronted by the agency for alleged legal failings. Each year the IRS...
Nearly everybody has gone through some kind of IRS enforcement difficulty and we all know somebody who is going through it now. But few have effective solutions. Too often, professional advice from tax accountants is, "well, it's the IRS. You just have to pay." Unfortunately, precious few take the time to understand that there are solutions to every IRS problem. Indeed, there is no such thing as a hopeless tax case. There is always a way to solve the problem.
For many people, this Problem Solver provides an immediate solution to a pressing IRS problem. Simple solutions are provided to problems such as wage and bank levies, IRS computer notices and penalty assessments. In other cases, this Problem Solver serves as a guide to what you must do to ultimately solve your problem. And even if you owe taxes, penalties and interest you cannot pay, you can be forgiven of all or part of your debt.
Because the IRS resists directing you to solutions to most tax problems (especially the problem of excessive tax debt) this IRS Common Problems Solver is designed to fill that void. It describes numerous taxpayer rights and remedies and shows you the steps to take to determine which solution best suits your situation. In addition, you will be introduced to an array of affordable, effective self-help materials and services to help you end your problem.
Too often, the biggest IRS problem for millions of people is the fact that it costs more to fight the agency than it does to just pay the tax. For those who cannot pay the tax or afford professional help, they live only with the promise of life-long indebtedness to the IRS--a hopeless situation. Now there is a solution.
Now, at last, the price of tax freedom is not out of reach for anyone. However, the IRS is always working to close the door to freedom that we have worked so hard to open and expose. The IRS is always working behind the scenes to limit your rights thereby ensuring you are always a slave to tax debt. Therefore, if you have a tax problem, now is the time to address it. It only gets worse as time goes on. As you read this Problem Solver, draw encouragement from the testimonials found throughout the text and act now to solve your problem once and for all.
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