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Do taxpayers have the right to look at their own IRS files?

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Taxpayers have the right to look at their own IRS file. Many Taxpayers would be surprised to see how much, and often how little, the IRS actually knows about them. Requesting such records is best done by a professional who understands how the IRS works and can read the coded documents in your file. The professional requesting such information does not raise any red flags and usually has the file information in 30 days. If you’re concerned about what they know about you, I can take a quiet peek for you.

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Are taxpayers with IRS problems able to retire?

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Do you know that those nagging IRS problems can prevent you from ever retiring? The IRS can even levy your social security and pension benefits. If you never take care of your IRS problems, you’ll probably work until the day you die… …because you’ll never have the opportunity to save or have anything put away for retirement.

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Does the IRS accept monthly payments?

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If you find yourself behind in tax liabilities, you can always borrow from the IRS Bank. The IRS has more than $1 Billion owed to them by individuals and business taxpayers.

When you find that you can’t pay what you owe, the IRS will work out some type of payment arrangement. The IRS guidelines for what expenses it will allow each month are very stringent. But the bottom line is that you only pay the IRS what you can afford each month. For example: A taxpayer who owes the IRS $43,000 may only be paying $50 per month, and a taxpayer who owes $16,000 could be paying $800 per month.

How much you owe does not matter. The payment arrangements are based on how much you can afford to pay. You must understand what the IRS guidelines allow before any contract is made with the IRS regarding

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Can IRS penalties be reduced to zero?

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The IRS assesses penalties to taxpayers for all kinds of reasons. The purpose of penalties is to punish taxpayers enough so that they won’t do the same thing again. Unfortunately, this penalty idea many times gets out of hand.

Taxpayers are often severely punished by penalties to the point of putting their families and themsleves into extreme hardship. What most people don’t know is that many of these penalties can be reduced to zero! The IRS has guidelines where, in many circumstances, the taxpayer is relieved of all penalties.

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Can tax liabilities be negotiated?

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The new IRS program called Offer in Compromise allows you to pay the IRS a small amount (sometimes just pennies on the dollar) and have them eliminate the total amount you owe, including all the penalties and interest. When the IRS accepts your Offer and you pay it, then all Federal Tax Liens are removed and you get your life back! Preparing and successfully negotiating an Offer in Compromise is a complicated process, which currently takes 6-10 months. Our firm handles the preparation of Offers in Compromise and all the negotiations with the IRS. Your Offer is completely handled by our firm.

You never even have to speak with or meet the IRS to discuss your offer.