Maybe this is the first year you've struggled to pay taxes, or maybe your tax situation has reached the point that you're getting notices from the IRS. In either case, I'd like to help you and your family gain control over your situation and ultimately move past it. Now, before you say "it's not that big of a deal" or "I can't afford help," please take a look at the next few sections of this page.
Our first sit-down gives you the opportunity to ask questions, find out how serious your situation really is, and explore solutions. Best of all, it costs you nothing.
Once we've reviewed your tax standing together, I will quote you a flat fee for my services. This fee will be based on what's realistic for you, and it will not change.
When I speak on behalf of my clients, I can often convince the IRS to reduce the amount of money they owe and work out a reasonable debt repayment plan.
People tend to fear the worst when it comes to Internal Revenue Service. Homeowners worry that IRS representatives are going to march up their doorsteps and demand money, small business owners worry that their companies will be snatched away from them, workers worry that their paychecks or bank accounts are going to be seized without notice — the list goes on.
Granted, the IRS can seize paychecks, bank accounts, and assets under certain circumstances, but these are drastic measures that they try to avoid. In fact, things like wage garnishment and bank levies really only come into play when you repeatedly ignore IRS warnings. If, on the other hand, you communicate your inability to pay and express a willingness to work out a deal, you'll find that the people at the IRS are often very reasonable.
For instance, let's say a setback in your life — like getting sick, losing your job, or getting divorced — led you into some financial trouble. Now you owe $10,000 to the IRS, and you have only $5,000 in the bank. The IRS would rather you pay what you can and move on than dig yourself and your family into deeper debt by avoiding the problem. After all, the sooner you recover from today's debt crisis, the sooner you can get back to being a productive taxpayer.
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