Our licensed tax professionals include enrolled agents, tax attorneys, and CPAs. They work directly with the IRS to resolve local enforcement cases 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
IRS Collection Officers: 10 things you should know
Taxpayers facing IRS field collection are usually considered the most serious tax debtors. These field collectors, known as Revenue Officers (RO’s), are given the most egregious of tax collection cases.
Why you should never ignore an IRS tax bill
When you get a tax bill, it's important to act, whether you think the bill is correct or have the money to pay it. Ignoring an IRS tax bill is never a good idea, because the notice starts the IRS collection countdown.
How long does it take to get an IRS payment agreement?
If you owe back taxes and can’t pay, you’re not alone. In 2019, 16.8 million individual taxpayers owed the IRS. Each year, millions of taxpayers must get an installment agreement, extension to pay, or another, more complicated, IRS collection alternative to full payment.
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