Our licensed tax professionals include enrolled agents, tax attorneys, and CPAs. They work directly with the IRS for you to seek relief from IRS penalties. It’s the expert help you need.
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A clear path to the relief you need
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 to do if you default on an IRS Payment Plan
IRS data shows that almost 1/3rd of IRS payment plans default each year. That amounts to over 1 million taxpayers a year who get into hot water because their IRS payment plan has been terminated for noncompliance.
How Does First-Time Penalty Abatement Work?
The IRS has an administrative waiver that provides penalty relief for taxpayers who meet certain criteria. This waiver is called the IRS’s first time abatement or “FTA” and only applies to certain penalties. The FTA has been around since 2001 but few use it to abate their penalties.
Five Reasons the IRS Abates Penalties
The IRS assesses about 40 million civil penalties each year but only 11% are abated. This means only 11% of IRS civil penalties are reduced or forgiven after they are assessed. Why? Because many taxpayers do not request or know how to request abatement.
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