Why Tax Samaritan is the tax resolution services key to solving your tax problems with IRS and State Tax Returns?
Tax Samaritan is here to provide IRS help and state tax help and put an end to the misery that the IRS and states can put you through. We pride ourselves on being very efficient, affordable, and of course, extremely discreet. Your tax problems will not just go away by themselves; they just keep getting worse with penalties and interest being added each day.
We Do Tax CPR (Compliance, Planning and Representation)
If you owe money to the IRS and/or a state, you have a very serious issue that needs tax problem help. Your first reaction may be to panic, however there is no need to panic as long you take the appropriate steps to resolve your tax problem. You need expert tax resolution services and our experience has been that many of these inquiries can be resolved with little or no additional taxes due if handled by professional tax representation, such as from an Enrolled Agent – an expert in providing IRS help. If you are facing interest and penalties due to underpayment of taxes, be aware that the IRS is simply presenting their point of view; albeit in a way that is advantageous to the U.S. government.
While it may take the IRS several years to catch up to you, they’re relentless and have no mercy in collecting all the money that is owed. In other words, your tax problem with the IRS will not disappear by itself.
Tax Samaritan will be happy to analyze your situation and determine if there are factors not taken into consideration by the IRS, and fight to get you fair treatment and the federal tax help that you need specific to your situation. We will examine the applicable facts to determine an appropriate action plan to minimize your tax liability and explain your situation and options in a way that is easy to understand. If, at the end of our tax resolution services review we still determine that you owe the IRS money, we can try to have penalties and interest waived. We can also propose a reasonable payment plan to the IRS.
If you owe more than you can pay, we can draft an Offer in Compromise, where we present your particular situation to the IRS and negotiate a payment amount with terms that allow you to pay your obligations without having an adverse impact on your daily living needs. Individuals have saved tens of thousands of dollars and still complied with their tax duties as citizens.
If you have one of the tax problems below:
and need tax representation, please take a look through some of our IRS tax resolution strategies that we can represent your interests with:
- Offer in Compromise: This is a partial settlement of your total tax liability. To qualify for this option, there must be an extraordinary reason the IRS should not collect the total amount of tax due. Doubt as to Collectability and Effective Tax Administration are the most common approaches and are based upon income, expenses and assets.
- Installment Agreement: A payment plan with the IRS to make regular and monthly payments to pay off the tax liability owed over a period of time.
- IRS Collections: The IRS has far greater powers than any other bill collector. The IRS has the power to put in place a wage garnishment, levy bank accounts, and other property.
- Bankruptcy: Under some circumstances, tax liability may be discharged in bankruptcy or paid through a bankruptcy plan.
- Innocent Spouse Relief: Many married taxpayers choose to file a joint tax return because of certain benefits this filing status allows. In filing jointly, both taxpayers are jointly and severally liable for the tax and any additions to tax, interest, or penalties that arise as a result of the joint return even if they later divorce. Joint and several liability means that each taxpayer is legally responsible for the entire liability. Thus, both spouses are generally held responsible for all the tax due even if one spouse earned all the income or claimed improper deductions or credits. This is also true even if a divorce decree states that a former spouse will be responsible for any amounts due on previously filed joint returns. In some cases, however, a spouse can get relief from joint and several liability.
- Injured Spouse: If you file a joint return and all or part of your refund is applied against your spouses’ past-due federal tax, state income tax, child or spousal support or federal nontax debt, such as a student loan, you may be entitled to injured spouse relief.
- Statute of Limitations Review: The IRS has ten years from the date was assessed against you to collect the tax. The statute period does not begin until the taxpayer has filed a tax return. A substitute for return (SFR) prepared by the IRS does not count as a filed return. If the statute clock has started and the IRS has not collected within the ten year period (assuming no interruption to the statute period), the tax is no longer collectible and the IRS must release any lien or levy against the taxpayer. A careful review and analysis of your situation and IRS records will allow for a determination on whether the statute has expired.
- Penalty Abatement: A formal request showing a basis in reasonable cause can be made to reduce or eliminate tax penalties and interest on the underlying liability.
- Currently Non-Collectible Status: Under some circumstances, the IRS will agree to forgo collection as the taxpayer cannot pay the tax though the tax is still owed. While this will place a hold on collection activity, it is a temporary hold and the IRS will re-visit ability to pay to see if the economic condition of the taxpayer has improved.
- IRS Tax Appeal: If you disagree with the decision of an IRS office, such as examinations, you may request an appeal of your case.
At Tax Samaritan, We Rescue Troubled Taxpayers
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