Can my tax liability be reduced?

Some taxpayers qualify for an Offer in Compromise (a tax settlement), while others may qualify for an abatement (reduction/elimination) of penalties.  Others qualify for a Partial Payment Installment Agreement, which technically does not reduce the debt, but can have the effect of having the taxpayer repay less than the full amount due.  There […]

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What types of tax professionals can represent me with my back tax liability, and which type is best for my situation?

Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and attorneys have unlimited authorization to represent taxpayers before the IRS.  Since resolving most tax collection cases has little to do with number crunching, and a lot to do with building and presenting a strong case, we believe that the skill set of an attorney experienced in […]

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Do I need a local tax representative?

No. We have heard countless horror stories about taxpayers who have hired a local CPA, Enrolled Agent or attorney to represent them for a tax collection case.  Poor customer service, crummy results, and a lack of expertise dealing with tax collection cases are commonly cited problems.  Few local accountants and […]

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What is the difference between a lien and a levy?

A lien is a secured interest in an asset or assets.  A Notice of Federal Tax Lien is a public record which notifies the world that a taxpayer owes taxes, and places a public claim against the assets of the taxpayer.  A lien can affect a taxpayer’s credit, and can […]

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What are your guarantees?

We guarantee that your case will be personally handled by a licensed attorney from start to finish.  You can try us out without any obligation whatsoever.  After completing our easy intake paperwork, your case will be assigned to one of our attorneys.  If you do not wish to continue for […]

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