Most people believe that the IRS has unlimited authority to collect taxes, but nothing could be further from the truth. Federal law gives citizens many rights when dealing with the IRS, including the right to due process and the right to appeal proposed IRS actions.
Always remember that the IRS is not on your side. They have one mission and that is to collect.
So here is the good news. Our attorneys know your rights and can help you exercise them. Our goal is to make certain that our clients understand all of their options. This approach allows our clients to make an informed decision that allows them to resolve their tax problems as quickly and for the smallest amount possible.
Our attorneys can help you answer the following questions:
- How much do you really owe?
- Are you eligible for an Offer in Compromise, which can save you thousands of dollars?
- Can you pay the IRS with an Installment Agreement?
- Are you currently uncollectible, meaning that the IRS will stop all collection action?
Negotiating a tax debt varies from case to case and from client to client. Each client’s case varies because although the IRS likes to look at numbers in black and white, there are many gray issues that taxpayers do not know about. There are also guidelines in the IRS Manual that IRS agents often need to be reminded of. By knowing what can and can not be accepted, the tax practitioner can be very effective and successful on behalf of the taxpayer.
Could You Handle Your Tax Case Without Assistance?
Usually not. If so, probably not as efficiently and effectively as an experienced professional. With the stakes involved with tax debt negotiation, seeking the help of a professional is advisable.
The attorneys at the Phillips Law Firm, Inc. give all prospective clients a free, confidential half-hour consultation. In thirty minutes, we can tell you what your options are and what we can do for you. Call our office today at (513) 985-2500 and take the first step toward solving your IRS problem forever, or email us today for a free consultation regarding your tax debt negotiation needs.