If you or someone you know (i.e., family, friends, partners, employees, subcontractors) is facing IRS difficulties, you can find out how to get back on track with these 7 insider secrets.
Learn new strategies for resolving tax debt and delinquent tax returns so that you can avoid severe IRS penalties and financially devastating levies on your wages and bank accounts –and ultimately get a fresh start.
With years of record deficits, the government is more motivated than ever to get every dollar of back taxes, penalties, and interest from delinquent taxpayers. If you find yourself owing back taxes and IRS penalties, here are the seven tax relief secrets the IRS hopes you never see.
Tax Relief Secret #1
IRS Penalties Can Be Removed
The IRS has over 148 different types of penalties they can charge against you. The worst part is that the IRS can also charge interest and additional penalties on top of the original penalty.
Penalties can be such a high percentage of the total amount owed to the IRS, it usually makes sense to consider requesting the IRS reduce all penalties to ZERO before you pay the IRS. But If you’ve already paid the bill, it can’t hurt to ask for a penalty abatement and refund.
IRS penalties can often be reduced to ZERO if you have REASONABLE CAUSE. What makes up REASONABLE CAUSE you ask? Well, in our experience in negotiations with the IRS, anything may qualify as long as it’s reasonable.
We’ve had the IRS abate penalties for medical reasons, bad accountants, ignorance of the tax laws, ex-spouses, helping to provide care for a loved one, military call-ups, fires, floods, alcoholism, drug abuse, death and even for relying on IRS advice.
Tax Relief Secret #2
File All Tax Returns On Time
Many people don’t realize that the IRS charges a penalty of up to 25% just for filing your tax return late. That’s right, you will be charged with an additional 25% of what you already owe if you miss the deadline for filing your income tax returns, payroll tax returns or corporate tax returns.
We see so many people who could have saved THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS on penalties if they just knew this one thing. So in the future no matter what is going on in your life, file all tax returns on time even if you can’t send in the money owed with the return.
“What most people don’t know is that you can file ANY tax return on time and AVOID the 25% penalty even if you don’t send in the money that is owed on the return.”
Yes, you may get a letter from the IRS for not sending in the money owed, but you will have avoided a 25% penalty.
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Tax Relief Secret #3
You Don’t Have To Fear Of The IRS
Knowing your rights as a taxpayer gives you leverage when resolving your IRS problems. Instead of feeling powerless when facing potentially crushing back taxes and IRS penalties, knowing your rights as a taxpayer or having a qualified and experienced Certified Public Accountant on your side is the best way to understand all the options available to you for permanently resolving your tax troubles.
We understand that IRS tax problems can cause a great deal of fear and anxiety. We eliminate the fear by understanding the Internal Revenue Service inside and out. Our mission and passion are to provide tax help to those who feel hopeless against the IRS. Our role is to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount allowed by law. Our average client has three to six years of unfiled tax returns. It’s daunting but fixable. We believe there’s a solution to every problem.
We have saved people just like you from financial disaster and helped them turn their lives around, so they can sleep at night and plan for a better future for themselves and their kids. If you have IRS problems, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to get help today!
Tax Relief Secret #4
You Don’t Have To Talk To the IRS Auditor
As a matter of fact, meeting with or talking to the IRS auditor yourself may be the worst thing you can do.
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights allows you to be represented by a qualified practitioner who can answer questions for you and provide documentation to the IRS on your behalf. Many taxpayers attempt to represent themselves during an audit or hire the person who prepared the tax return to represent them.
This usually does not work out well because most tax return preparers are not licensed to represent clients before the IRS, but if they are able, they often have little experience in handling IRS audits. The IRS can easily intimidate them, which usually results in an unfavorable outcome.
Tax Relief Secret #5
You Can Beat The Odds When Facing An Audit
When it comes to tax audits, the IRS wins 80% of the time. Taxpayers are presumed guilty until proven innocent, which means the IRS can start an audit by disallowing every deduction you made on a tax return until each one is proven to be legitimate.
If a taxing authority has decided to audit you, it’s important that you don’t allow yourself to be pushed around by the IRS. Additionally, if you don’t file your taxes, the IRS can file them for you.
Professional representation for audits vastly improves your chances for a successful resolution. As the proverb states, “He who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.” Treat an IRS audit as seriously as you would a criminal trial. Would you go to court without a lawyer?
Tax Relief Secret #6
IRS Audits Can Be Resolved Swiftly
The best way to end an IRS AUDIT with a favorable outcome is to end it at the first meeting. Whenever we represent clients in IRS audits, we actually perform a mock audit before we ever meet with the IRS. This allows us to know which areas need more documentation or answers. When we meet with the IRS (without our client), we can quickly answer the auditor’s questions, provide documents and get to the bottom line. We always meet the IRS at their office or at ours. but NEVER at the clients.
And if you receive an IRS audit letter in the mail asking you to come in or to call for an appointment – keep in mind Tax Relief Secret #4: You Don’t have to Talk to the IRS Auditor.
Tax Relief Secret #7
The IRS Makes Deals
The IRS does make deals on taxes owed, including penalties and interest. The requirements are strict, but if you qualify the results are worthwhile. To qualify for a deal with the IRS, I would suggest that you owe the IRS at least $15,000 and have very little in the way of equity in assets. Also, you must be using your monthly income to pay your necessary living expenses and not have much or only a small amount left over to pay your old taxes.
If you meet these requirements then you owe it to yourself to explore the possibilities of getting a reduction, including penalties and interest on the original amount owed, if you qualify.
The IRS makes these deals to get you back in the system as a current taxpayer and to collect some of the money owed. The fine print in these deals requires you to file your tax returns and pay on time for the next 5 years. If you don’t, then the IRS revokes the deal and bills you for the original amount.
What Have You Got to Lose?
IRS problems don’t go away on their own. Begin the process today of resolving your tax problems – once and for all. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones.
Get a FREE tax relief consultation and let us explore effective solutions to your tax debt problems. You can call us at 847-780-6635 or visit our website www.ResolveIRSTaxDebt.com for a free confidential consultation to discuss your options.
When you retain us, we will handle all communications with the IRS so you no longer have to speak with them. We will file any delinquent tax returns to bring you to full IRS compliance and vigorously defend your rights as a taxpayer to permanently resolve your IRS tax problems.
But, You Need to Take the First Step!
We offer transparency to our clients, helping them to understand the tax resolution process. We educate our clients so that they can have a realistic expectation for resolving their specific tax problems. Our role is to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount allowed by law. If we don’t think a client is a legitimate candidate for tax relief, we will not allow a client to retain our services. The IRS has very strict guidelines governing eligibility, so we let our clients know up front what tax relief options are viable for resolving their specific tax problems.