Our licensed tax professionals include enrolled agents, tax attorneys, and CPAs. They work directly with the IRS to resolve business payroll tax issues for you. It’s the expert help you need.
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We'll review your situation and discuss what kind of tax help you need.
We dig into your tax records and check 35 IRS compliance points to identify ways to fix your tax issues.
Your expert Tax Consultant works with you to develop an IRS plan for your specific situation and next steps to resolve your tax issues.
We work directly with the IRS to resolve your case and get you back in good standing.
Learn more about IRS issues and how to resolve them
What Are Some Tips to Effectively Solve a Tax Problem?
Most of the over 160 million taxpayers each year never have to deal with a tax problem like an audit, collection action, penalty, or IRS notice. But over 20 million individual taxpayers each year have an IRS problem. How should they approach the problem?
IRS levy on a self-employed person or independent contractor: one-time or continuous?
The IRS can issue levies on taxpayers who have been given the chance to pay their debts and have not paid or set up a collection alternative. Most IRS levies are issued by an automated collection system (systemic levies).
12 Things to Know About IRS Wage Garnishments (And How to Get Them Released)
When you owe back taxes and haven’t set up an agreement with the IRS for the debt (using an extension to pay (ETP), payment plan, currently not collectible status, or an offer in compromise—all depending on your situation), the IRS can levy your income and assets.
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