Thank goodness for tax attorneys. Tax law and procedure are so complicated and the repercussions of making a mistake can be so costly. Not only is tax law complicated for the average person, but it can also be confusing for a Certified Public Account, an accountant and even a tax attorney. Many, many times, errors are made by these professionals that cost the taxpayer money. Sometimes it’s such a significant amount of money that the taxpayer is unable to pay it. Well, the IRS doesn’t take kindly to people who don’t pay their taxes, regardless of what their reason is. They don’t waste their time on phone calls to try to get you to pay like other bill collectors. They go straight to where it hurts; your home, your wages, your retirement.
Is It Possible to Remove Tax Liens?
Yes. But it is highly dependent upon your individual circumstances.
Hiring an Enrolled Agent to go over returns that were filed that eventually resulted in some sort of a tax lien is a good idea. Many times, the Enrolled Agent will start with perusing the work done by your previous tax professional and make necessary amendments that could lower your liability. Reducing your liability is half the battle.
Enrolled Agents are also versed in other methods of reducing your tax debt. A skilled Enrolled Agent will also ask you pertinent question about possible hardships you may have endured that landed you in a position to have tax liens. In the details, there could be hidden a reasonable understanding of the position you are in to the IRS. The Enrolled Agent will present this new understanding to the IRS in a request to remove the lien.
In the end, it’s also possible that all you need to do is make payment arrangements with the IRS to remove the lien. Sometimes the IRS will feel that they have been ignored and have no other way to get your attention in regards to your tax debt. This is quite common as many people are so intimidated by the IRS that they essentially stick their head in the sand and wait for the IRS to go away. But guess what; they don’t. They never do and never will. Your tax issues must be faced head on. But you don’t have to do it alone. Who To Turn To For Help
Hiring an Enrolled Agent is easier now than ever. You are not confined to your hometown or even your home state. With today’s technology, tax issues are primarily handled by phone, fax and email. Branch your research out in order to find the Enrolled Agent that’s right for you.
Look for a reputation of happy customers. Look for experience. Look for abilities. If your prospective tax firm will only do tax resolution and advises you to go elsewhere for other tax issues, this is a red flag and you should go running in the other direction. A trustworthy tax firm has the ability to do all kinds of tax services as the IRS bestows the status of Enrolled Agents on individuals that have demonstrated a vast and efficient knowledge in tax law and representation. Therefore, Enrolled Agents have the elite authority to operate with no restrictions.
IRS Tax Relief Now has Enrolled Agents ready to help you with over 30 years of experience. Not only have our tax professionals demonstrated proficient knowledge in tax law and taxpayer representation to the IRS but they have been exercising this knowledge in real-world experience for decades. This means that our Enrolled Agents are familiar with the inner workings of the IRS and are able to negotiate in their language. To you, our client, that means you can rest assured that you are getting the best possible results that you qualify for.
To deepen your comfort level with our firm, we have conveniently provided a direct link to our A+ rating at the Better Business Bureau. We don’t like to toot our own horns but we invite you to check out our number of complaints. We are proud to report that you will find none. We strive for excellent customer service and don’t stop until our clients are satisfied and their issues are resolved.
Contact us today for your free consultation to get a better understanding of how our Enrolled Agents will help you with your particular issue. There is no obligation and the consultation is free. It gives us the opportunity to evaluate your circumstances and put together a plan of action that you are comfortable with before you get out that checkbook.