If you have a tax bill that you can’t possibly pay now or in the future, you may qualify for a tax settlement that will reduce the amount of your tax bill. If you have what you believe is an unfair outcome of a tax hearing you may be able to get an appeal and a tax settlement for a fair and equitable amount. Do you owe back taxes and are trying to get back in good standing with the I.R.S.? A tax settlement may be the answer to your problems through tax amnesty for your back taxes. Regardless of your situation, you want to make the best decision possible and if you are eligible for a tax settlement, you can take advantage of the options that will work in your favor. The most important thing you need to do is find people who know how to work with the I.R.S. You want CPAs, Enrolled Agents, Tax Advisors and Paralegals who can work with you, work with the I.R. S and get you back in good standing regarding your taxes. Tax problems with the I.R.S. are very serious. They can make your life miserable and destroy your credit rating, especially if the I.R.S. files a tax lien. A notice of garnishment or levy means that you are days away from the I.R.S. forcibly taking your money, either from your bank account or directly from your paycheck, which may leave you with only a small amount of money to cover your expenses. If you are facing penalties and interest on back taxes, even a small tax bill can skyrocket in a very short period of time, you need to contact us immediately to find a solution to the penalties and interest and prevent a much bigger tax bill that will be even more difficult for you to pay. Contact us immediately for a consultation so you know your options. If you are eligible for a tax settlement, it could save you thousands of dollars and prevent even bigger problems with the I.R.S.
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