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Success Stories

  • Edward B

    Total Tax Debt: $29,523

    We understand that so many of our retired customers face financial difficulties due to limited income. It is difficult enough to cover day to day expenses and the last thing one can do is pay back state taxes that have accumulated over the course of several years. The threatening collection letters keep piling up and the fear of losing all you worked for through working years make matters much worse affecting health and quality of life. In addition to the threatening letters, the state collection entity was threatening his income and assets. When he signed up with Horizon Tax Relief, we immediately put a hold in the collection procedures and began working the steps towards a settlement. Post filling out a financial questionnaire and providing supporting documents we were able to build an extensive financial packet to assist the client in qualifying for a hardship program. Through extensive negotiation with the local collection agency we were able to stop all collection practices against Edward. Horizon was able to proof his inability to pay the full liability amount.

  • Robert D

    Total Tax Debt: $1,200,000.00

    We know how difficult it is to focus on the IRS when you’re constantly on the road. It makes the case worse when you are a truck driver like Robert D. With the pressure to meet deadlines, the need for repairs and maintenance, and the hazards of the road, it was impossible for him to make the IRS a priority, owing to which he had to face issues surrounding the past 10 years of filing, in addition to experiencing financial hardships since 2011. The IRS prepared tax return which was the worst possible amount you can have on file, with aggressive collection notices for $1,200,000.00. In a situation of failing to pay the amount, the IRS also threatened his income and assets. When he came to Horizon Tax Relief, we immediately realized he was candidate for a settlement. Post filling out a financial questionnaire and providing the required documentation, we put a hold on the collections and stop the IRS from increasing the collection proceedings. We built an extensive financial packet to help client qualify for a relief program. With an extensive negotiation with the IRS, we were able to stop all collection procedures against Robert. Horizon was able to proof his inability to pay the tax liability due to his financial hardship.

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Full Service Tax Debt Resolution and Negotiation

Horizon Tax Relief is a full service tax debt resolution and negotiation company that serves individual taxpayers, small businesses, corporations, and associations in order to help with all tax resolution issues. Our goal is to supply you with a comprehensible understanding of the entire process, and customize a favorable solution that will provide you with the stress relief you deserve.

Reviewing Your Case

We pride ourselves on negotiating the lowest possible IRS and State payment amount, within the most beneficial schedule allowed by law for each and every one of our valued clients. Horizon Tax Relief will let you know before you hire us, if you or your business or organization is a good candidate for tax relief services. Our team of Senior Tax Resolution Analysts will determine that by carefully reviewing your IRS and or State filings, any and all documents that were sent to you by the IRS or State, and a complete review of your financial records. Our honest and ethical approach to providing people help with back taxes has helped us to achieve one of the highest rates of client satisfaction in the industry.

Help With Major Issues

Please call us immediately if you have had your wages garnished, bank accounts levied, federal or state tax liens filed against you, have un-filed tax returns, business that owes payroll taxes, or have received notices from the IRS or State. Horizon Tax Relief is here to help you solve those problems so that you can start sleeping again at night.

IRS and State back tax problems are far more common that you may think. Approximately 26 million out of the 153 million individual taxpayers throughout the United States are in need of immediate tax relief. Most all of these hard working people are in the 99% percentile and simply cannot afford to pay the entire amount of money that they owe to the government. Remember, if you have tax problems, you certainly are not alone. Contact Horizon Tax Relief Today and start getting the help and relief that you deserve.

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Tax Investigation

What You Need to Know About How Tax Investigation Works

It doesn’t matter if the Internal Revenue Service has decided to knock on your door or if the tax collector has begun to leave some rather polite but pointed letters in your mailbox, the idea that you’re being subjected to tax investigation can be harrowing. It’s incredibly rare for someone to get audited by the IRS if they make less than $100,000 a year, but tax investigations get launched every day. Whether it’s a simple correspondence audit that you can handle by mail or if it’s the dreaded field audit where an IRS investigator comes to your home or place of business, it’s important to understand how tax investigations work, especially if that investigation reveals that you’re going to need tax relief help.

Small Mistakes, Small Stakes

The way tax investigation works when conducted by IRS auditors is that the bigger the issue, the more measured the response. In the event of a small math error on your tax return that resulted in under-estimating your tax liability by a few hundred dollars, the IRS is likely to only send you something in the mail once the discrepancy is uncovered. Other typical investigations conducted through the mail by the IRS include requesting documents that verify your eligibility for a certain deduction.

If you feel the tax investigation is barking up the wrong tree, the matter can be escalated in additional correspondence or possibly by telephone until either the IRS is satisfied with the explanation or you admit an error and pay any fees or penalties. For the most part, you don’t have to worry too much about being exposed to things like criminal liability arising from correspondence audits. The IRS instead reserves the more serious cases for in-person confrontations.

Bigger Is Not Always Better

Meanwhile, bigger and more egregious errors – including the suspicion of criminal tax evasion on your part – will lead to a more hands-on approach by the IRS. Tax investigations into specific details on a tax return, or ones that are complex or serious enough to warrant it anyway, may require you to attend a scheduled appointment with an IRS representative at a local office. In situations like this, you may need to consider having a qualified professional like a tax attorney or a CPA accompany you to the meeting to represent your interests and to smooth over any problems that might arise.

Likewise, you should have a tax professional by your side in the event of an IRS auditor showing up at your own home or office. Only the biggest and most concerning errors or situations call for a field agent to make an appearance in person like that, and that means you could be in for some serious penalties – or even face criminal court proceedings – if the tax investigator doesn’t like what he finds. It’s imperative that you protect your interests through professional representation in such a case.

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IRS Back Taxes

How to Cope With Unfiled Tax Returns

If you have a few years’ worth of unfiled federal tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service is likely to come a-knocking on your door sooner or later. Dealing with IRS back taxes can be a frightening and confusing experience, but there are ways to handle such an eventuality – here are some important things to keep in mind if you’ve got unfiled tax returns of your own.

There Will Be Consequences

A good number of people who don’t file their tax returns do so because they can’t afford to pay taxes owed. However, the consequences for not filing at all are often much worse than not paying any taxes owed – the penalties for unfiled tax returns grow much quicker. Additionally, the IRS is legally permitted to fine a taxpayer as much as $25,000 for every unfiled tax return; taxpayers can also earn up to a year in prison for each unfiled return as well. Thankfully, the IRS rarely exercises this option, instead reserving it for high-profile cases involving celebrities in order to make examples out of them. Few rank and file Americans owing the IRS back taxes are going to be incarcerated or fined $25,000 for a few thousand dollars’ worth of unpaid taxes.

File Old Tax Returns as Quickly As Possible

The bad thing about dealing with unfiled tax returns is that the only way to square yourself with the IRS is to file them – and to do so as quickly as humanly possible. However, there’s a silver lining when it comes to filing those returns: it’s usually quick and painless, as it only involves sending in the missing documentation to the address listed for tax returns or the address the IRS sends you in one of those friendly letters “requesting” your information. Don’t worry about sending in the money you owe the federal government at the same time, as the IRS isn’t about to forget how much you owe any time soon.

Once you do finally get those tax returns in, it’s time to have a frank and open discussion with the IRS about coming up with a plan for paying what you owe. To its credit, the federal tax collector knows that it’s unrealistic for all but the most affluent Americans to pay their back taxes all at once, which means you can strike a deal with the IRS by entering into an installment plan that lets you make more manageable monthly payments. You can also apply for an offer in compromise, which means you’re willing to pay a percentage of what you owe the IRS immediately in exchange for the dismissal of the rest of your debt. Additionally, if your financial situation is in dire straits, you can have yourself declared uncollectable by the tax agency, which will put any payments you need to make on hold for a year or two; the IRS will periodically check back with you to see if you are in a better position to repay your debts at this time.

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IRS Installment Plans

Important Facts to Know About IRS Installment Plans

If you’re looking for IRS tax relief but you can’t possibly afford to pay the entirety of your debt right now, there are some options open to you. While you can apply to the IRS for currently not collectible status, which will halt any collection activities against you until your financial situation improves, those tax debts will be waiting for you when you get back. Not only that, but those penalties and fees will continue to accrue over the months or years that it takes to get back on your feet. A better solution instead may be to pursue an IRS installment plan; here are some facts you need to know.

What Installment Plans Cover

IRS Installment plans will provide you with the ability to avoid having to pay penalties or interest accrued on your tax debt, provided you pay your debt in full. Doing so also carries with it the possibility of getting the fee for setting up an installment plan waived completely, making it one of the most cost-effective ways to pay your tax debt to the IRS – even though it can take several months of concerted effort in not missing payments.

Eligibility Requirements

There are few hard and fast requirements for being eligible for a monthly installment plan. The IRS would rather get a steady payment from you every 30 days than have to spend time, energy, and resources on collection actions it has to take against you, so it’s in the federal tax agency’s best interest to encourage as many people and businesses as possible to enter into installment agreements with it.

However, there are some requirements if you want to fast-track your monthly installment plan. The IRS offers businesses and individuals the opportunity to apply online for an installment agreement when the amount of money owed is less than $25,000 for businesses or $50,000 for individuals. If you or your organization doesn’t meet these criteria, you’re still welcome to apply the old-fashioned way via paper and pen.

What to Expect

If you do qualify for a monthly payment plan and do decide to enter into the agreement, there are some things you need to expect. Receiving money back from a tax refund is going to be a thing of the past until you pay off your debt in full, as refunds will be applied to your balance until you’re paid off completely. You’ll also have to make at least your minimum payment every month, even in months where your tax return goes towards your balance. Additionally, you’ll need to be exacting with your tax returns, getting them in on time and having them done correctly. Failure to do so could jeopardize your payment agreement, so make sure you follow the letter of the law to avoid any unwelcome situations – a monthly installment agreement declared to be in default means you’re liable for the entirety of your balance, plus any fees and penalties you just accrued.

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Offer In Compromise

The Offer in Compromise and How It Can Help

If you have a large tax debt that needs to be paid, but you don’t have the financial wherewithal to do so, there are options open to you. You can postpone the collection of the debt by qualifying to become currently not collectible by the Internal Revenue Service, as this will buy you some time but will keep your penalties accruing; you can strike a deal to pay back the entirety of your debt in monthly installments; or you can see if the IRS will accept an offer in compromise.

What It Is and How It Works

An offer in compromise is just what it says: you offer a mutually beneficial arrangement to the IRS where you’re willing to pay a lump sum of a percentage of the taxes you owe in exchange for the dismissal of the remainder of the debt. This provides you with the security of knowing your tax liability is taken care of, while providing an immediate payment to the IRS that can then be used immediately.

In general, the IRS won’t agree to an offer in compromise unless the amount a taxpayer offers to pay is either equal to or greater than a statistic the tax collector calls the reasonable collection potential (RCP). The RCP is used to measure the ability of a taxpayer to actually pay their debt in full, and takes into account the value of personal property and real estate as well as future earnings, limited by basic living expenses; in cases where the RCP for a taxpayer is low – or at least lower than what the taxpayer is willing to pay – the IRS figures that it’s a good deal and will often agree to an offer in compromise.

How to Get an Offer in Compromise

It’s rather easy to actually apply for an offer in compromise. Any taxpayer who has unpaid debt can do so by submitting a form and paying a $186 fee. However, the fee is waived for those who qualify under low-income exemptions.

If you’re considered eligible you can then decide how you want to pay your portion of your tax liability, either as a lump sum or a short-term monthly installment plan of 24 months or less. This differs from a monthly installment plan to repay the entirety of your debt, as that can run for as long as 60 months as needed; additionally, if you make a lump sum payment you need to provide at least 20 percent of the proposed amount at the time of your application; in the event that you want to pay via a short term installment payment, you need to remit the first month’s proposed payment. Both of these payments are non-refundable if your application is denied, though the payments are applied to your tax debt regardless of whether the IRS agrees to the terms of your offer in compromise.

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Currently Not Collectible

Get Help with IRS Back Taxes by Becoming Currently Not Collectible

There are a million ways to end up owing the IRS back taxes. It’s an unenviable position to be in, but the truth of the matter is that there are ways to get some relief from the looming specter of the Internal Revenue Service as it breathes down your neck while it rifles through your wallet. You might not be able to get rid of your tax liability to the IRS completely, but if you can get yourself declared “currently not collectible” by the federal tax agency, you can get that relief you so sorely need.

It’s a Real Thing

The old saying is that you can’t get blood from a stone, and while people might think that the IRS isn’t necessarily concerned with such matters and will instead pursue a tax debtor to the ends of the Earth, even the federal government can’t force you to fork over money you simply don’t have. If you simply don’t have the assets or capital to provide to the IRS, or if your financial situation is so dire that paying your back taxes would jeopardize your ability to meet your necessary living expenses (and you can prove it to the IRS), the tax collector will declare you Currently Not Collectible, or CNC.

What Happens When You’re Classified CNC

Once the IRS decides you can’t actually pay your debts without impacting your ability to survive, several things happen. First, any levies against you or debts you owed are put on hold indefinitely until your financial situation improves. Additionally, any federal wage garnishments are also dropped indefinitely, providing you the breathing room you may need to get back on your feet financially.

Just remember: “indefinite” does not mean “permanent.” The IRS will occasionally check in on you, usually every one to two years, to re-assess your financial situation in order to see if it’s recovered enough to allow you to begin making payments on debts you owe the federal government. At this point, you’ll typically be offered a monthly installment plan – which is better than having to repay the entire sum of back taxes at once – unless your financial situation deteriorates once again to the point where you can no longer afford to pay your debts.

You may also want to consider trying to strike a deal with the IRS by applying for an offer in compromise, which is an offer to repay a proportion of your tax debt in return for the dismissal of the remainder. It’s a quicker, more permanent solution than either an installment plan or being declared currently not collectible, especially since even when you’re under CNC status, penalties and fines continue to accrue. If you qualify for CNC status, it’s almost a foregone conclusion that you can qualify for an offer in compromise as well, though there is, of course, no guarantee.

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Penalty Abatement

Circumstances that Lead to Penalty Abatement

If you owe back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, you know that sometimes the amount of money you owe in unpaid taxes can be dwarfed by the amount of penalties the IRS levies on top of you for missing deadlines. However, it turns out that there’s more than one circumstance that can lead to the abatement of these penalties; here are just a few ways you can get out of being raked over the coals by the tax collector even more than you already are.

Personal Tragedy

It turns out that the IRS isn’t as heartless as everyone seems to think it is. In fact, you can gain penalty abatement on a particular tax return that you neglected to file or filed incorrectly if you ended up facing the kind of life-shattering events that no one can be expected to weather without issue. Events like the death of an immediate family member such as a spouse or a child, either your own grave illness or the illness of an immediate family member, or even fighting addiction by being in a rehabilitation or detox center are all valid reasons to get penalty abatement. Even people who were incarcerated are offered penalty abatement once they serve their debt to society and they take steps to file any missed tax returns.

Life-Shattering Events Beyond Your Control

In addition to having to face personal tragedy, you can be eligible for penalty abatement if you’ve been subjected to life-shattering events that were beyond your control. If your home or your neighborhood was caught in a natural disaster like an earthquake, tornado, flood or hurricane, or if your place of business burned to the ground and all of your tax records literally went up in smoke, the federal government will provide you with some tax relief by waiving those penalties and fees.

Other Excuses

Besides the major, life-changing excuses, other reasons are accepted by the IRS if you file paperwork for penalty abatement. If your employer didn’t send out your W-2 until after the due date on your tax return, you can often get your penalties dismissed. Likewise, if you can show that you relied on incorrect or erroneous tax advice from an IRS employee you can also often get any penalties waived as well. Even if you simply made an honest mistake and then corrected it after you filed your return, you may also be eligible for penalty abatement. Finally, if you can prove that paying your taxes would have created financial hardship for you, this can also result in the dismissal of your penalties; though keep in mind you’re still liable for paying your taxes eventually even if you can’t do it right at this very moment. In situations like this, contacting the IRS and working out an installment plan is recommended, as this will make it less stressful on your finances when it comes to paying your debt.

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How to Stop Wage Garnishment ?

What You Need to Know about Wage Garnishment

No one wants to have their wages garnished by the Internal Revenue Service, but the bare truth of it is that it can and does happen – even to the best of us. It might feel like an urgent goal to stop wage garnishment as soon as you can, but before you begin to try, you need to understand what it is and how it works. Then and only then can you act to rid yourself of it – and hopefully for good.

Wage Garnishment: the Basics

Your wages can only be garnished in the event of a creditor or a debt collector gains permission from a court to remove a portion of your earnings – or even the entirety of your federal and state tax returns. While this sounds horrific, there are actually rather strict federal and state regulations that limit creditors from leaving you with nothing when it comes to your regular paycheck. It might not seem like much in the way of “protection”, but it’s better than no protection at all.

If a debt collector or a creditor applies for something called a “writ of garnishment” from the courts, and if they are awarded one, they then have to provide notice to both you and your employer of the garnishment. The notice typically includes how much will be garnished and how long the garnishment will last – and it also informs you of your rights in regards to fighting back against what you might feel is an unfair garnishment.

Protecting Your Income

Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself from some wage garnishments. Several types of income are exempt either in whole or in part from being garnished, such as Social Security, disability, or child support or alimony payments you receive. Each state can differ when it comes to the types of exemptions they have on their law books, so careful research into your own state legislation may be needed in order to see what kinds of protections you may be eligible for if you’re being targeted by a wage garnishment yourself.

When it comes to protecting your income against a federal creditor or debt collector like the IRS, the procedures are much more difficult. Unpaid back taxes, in particular, are a common source of wage garnishment through the IRS, but even in situations such as these there are ways to stop wage garnishment of this type – it involves proving to the IRS that the garnishment constitutes a financial hardship. This requires the submission of paperwork and contacting the IRS either directly or through a lawyer or debt settlement agency working on your behalf; while it won’t erase your debt, it will open the doors to a more affordable way to settle your debt to the IRS in a way that will leave you enough money in your paycheck so that you can still pay your necessary expenses. It’s the best option for anyone who owes money to the federal government.

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Remove a Tax Lien

What It Means When Facing a Tax Lien

Just a few days after the New Year, tax season begins. Commercials for IRS tax help start showing up on the television and radio, reminding you with every repeated viewing that the days are ticking down to the middle of April when your tax return is due. While, if you’re expecting a large refund, the season might be one that is dripping with anticipation, some people are in such dire financial straits that they don’t get around to filing their taxes altogether and that could result in a tax lien.

What Are They

Tax liens are major black spots against your credit report. They’re complex and can take different forms, all of which are dependent on your circumstances, but, in general, a tax lien is the federal government claiming that they have a legal right to either a portion of your assets or all of them because you didn’t pay a tax debt in a reasonable manner, and is often done to ensure that other creditors don’t try to collect on money owed before the government has extracted its share. This is different from a levy, which is when your assets are actually taken from you. However, the government often places a lien on an individual before levying them. In addition, it’s not just the IRS that can impose a tax lien either, as state or local governments can also institute liens of their own on you and your property.

Cleaning Up Your Act

It’s in your best interest to get that tax lien off your credit report as quickly as possible. Unlike some other public records, unpaid tax liens may linger indefinitely on your report – which means that the only foolproof way to get them removed is to pay what you owe to the government. However, even then there may be a record of the lien left on your credit report for a seven-year period. You can dispute such an error on your credit report, just as you can with any other error, and especially if you can provide ironclad evidence that you’ve either paid off the lien in full or it was placed on you erroneously. If the IRS has withdrawn a tax lien taken out against you, you can contact a credit bureau to remove it from your credit report.

Cleaning Up Your Act

One thing to keep in mind about dealing with tax liens is that they’re almost constantly in flux, as legislators amend or abolish existing laws or pass brand new ones designed to regulate the ability of state and federal tax collectors to place liens on individuals. Despite all this constant flux within the industry, the best way to avoid being hit by a lien in the first place is to pay your tax debts on time and in full – or at least speak with a representative from the IRS in order to set up a structured installment plan to repay larger, more unmanageable debts in a way that won’t leave you gasping for financial breath.

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Different Types of Tax Settlement

What You Need to Know About Different Types of Tax Settlement

When it comes to handling IRS back taxes, it can feel like you’re walking through a minefield blindfolded. There are so many things to maneuver around that you could end up lost for days or stepping on a mine and getting blown to kingdom come. However, there are several different ways to settle your tax liabilities. Here’s what you need to know about them, all without needing to be a CPA to understand how they work.

Get Rid of as Much as You Can

If you have the opportunity to pay off a percentage of your tax liability and you can afford to do so, you may want to see if you’re eligible to make an offer in compromise to the IRS. Taxpayers offer to pay a large proportion of their back taxes to the IRS either all at once or within a short period of time, and if the tax collector determines if that meets or exceeds the reasonable collection potential on your account, the IRS will offer you the ability to clear out your entire tax debt by settling for at least a portion of what you owe. It’s the fastest way to clear your back taxes, though it does require the most money upfront.

Take Your Time

If you can’t afford to pay a large lump sum up front, you can still make some headway against your tax liability by offering to enter into a long-term installment plan with the IRS. The tax agency encourages individuals to come to it to pay their debts instead of having to chase them down, as it’s less of a strain on resources and time to do the former. As a result, the IRS makes it a rather palatable experience to make monthly payments to pay down your debt. The tax collector may even waive fees and penalties if you pay your debt in full.

Defer That Payment

Sometimes you’re just not in a good financial position to pay those back taxes. Even if you wanted to make monthly installments or pay back a percentage in an offer in compromise, if you lack the resources to do so, there’s nothing you can do about it. However, you can ask the IRS to give you currently not collectible status. What this does is prevent the tax collector from coming after you through levies or liens for an indefinite period of time. CNC status is beneficial in that it lasts for as long as your financial condition is too poor to pay. However, any existing penalties or fees that have already accrued against you will continue to tick over while you put yourself back together.

Or Don’t Pay At All

No, it’s not a joke: you can actually get away without paying a cent. However, there’s a catch – you need to wait out the statute of limitations on tax debt collecting, which is typically 10 years. It’s an option, but it’s not really recommended.

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Tax Investigation

What You Need to Know About How Tax Investigation Works

Whether it’s the case where the Internal Revenue Service decides to visit your house or the tax collector begins to leave some rather polite but pointed letters in your mailbox, the idea and the emotion that you’re being subjected to tax investigation can be acutely harrowing. It’s rare for someone to get audited by the IRS if they make less than $100,000 a year, but tax investigations are scheduled to get launched every day. It doesn’t matter if it’s just a simple correspondence audit that can be handled by mail or a dreaded field report where an IRS investigator is required to visit your home or place of business, it’s crucial to decipher how tax vestigations actually work, more in cases where investigation reports that you in need of tax relief help.

Small Mistakes, Small Stakes

The tax investigation when conducted by IRS auditors works in a simple way: the bigger the issue, the more measured the response. If there’s a small math error on your tax return that resulted in under-estimating your tax liability by a few hundred dollars, it’s likely that the IRC could send you something in the mail in the event of uncovering the discrepancy. The typical investigations conducted through the mail may include request for documents that verify your eligibility for a certain deduction.

If you feel you’ve been mistakenly persuaded in for tax investigation, the matter can be escalated in additional correspondence by telephone until either the IRS is satisfied with the clarification or you admit an error and pay any fees or penalties. You don’t have to worry about being exposed to criminal liability that usually arises from correspondence audits. It’s the IRS who instead reserves the more serious cases for in-person confrontations.

Bigger Is Not Always Better

The bigger and more grievous errors including the suspicion of criminal tax evasion on your part contribute to a more hands-on approach by the IRS. Tax return with tax investigations into specific details or the ones that are complex enough to warrant it anyway, could require your presence at a scheduled appointment with a representative from the IRS at a local office. Such situation calls for qualified professionals like an Enrolled Agents to accompany you to the meeting in order to represent your interests and to handle any issues that might arise.

Similarly, in the event of an IRS auditor showing up at home or office, it’s advisable to have a tax professional by side. It’s only the biggest and most concerning errors that require a filed agent and that means you could be in for some serious penalties and could even face criminal court proceedings, in case the tax investigator doesn’t like what he discovers. Keeping everything in mind, it’s imperative that you protect your interest by hiring a professional representation in such a case.

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IRS Back Taxes

How to Cope With Unfiled Tax Returns

The Internal Revenue Service can knock on your door sooner or later, if you have a few years’ worth of unfiled federal tax returns. Dealing with the IRS back taxes can be a daunting, frightening and confusing experience. However, there are many ways to combat such an eventuality.

Below are some important points to keep in mind.

There Will Be Consequences

One of the many reasons most people fail to file their tax returns is because they can’t afford to pay taxes owed. The consequences for not filing at all, however are often much worse as the penalties for unfiled tax returns grow much quicker. As the IRS has the legal right to fine a taxpayer as much $25,000 for every unfiled tax return, making them vulnerable to earn up to a year in prison for each unfiled return as well. Fortunately, the IRS does not exercise this option and reserves it for high-profile cases that involve celebrities to make examples out of them. Those few rank and file Americans owing the IRS back taxes will be incarcerated or fined $25,000 for a few thousand dollars’ worth of unpaid taxes.

File Old Tax Returns as Quickly As Possible

The unfiled tax returns require immediate filing as quickly as humanly possible – it’s the only way to square yourself with the IRS. There’s, however a silver lining in filling those returns: it’s usually quick and painless, owing largely to the fact that it only involves sending in the missing documentation ,to the address listed for tax return or in some situations, the address sent by the IRS in one of those friendly letters “requesting” your valuable information. Since the IRS will not forget the amount of money you owe any time soon, you can ignore sending in the money you owe to the federal government at thesame time.

After you do get those tax returns in, it’s a perfect tome to have a frank and open discussion with the IRS about a plan for paying what you owe. The federal tax collector certainly knows that it’s unrealistic for all but the most affluent Americans to be able to pay their taxes back all at once. This can enable you to rise and strike a deal with the IRS to offer an installment plan and let you make more manageable monthly payments. You can also opt for applying an offer in compromise, willing to pay a percentage of what youf owe immediately in exchange for the dismissal of the rest of your debt. In addition to this, you also have a choice to declare yourself uncollectable by the tax agency, which will put any payments on hold for a year or two. The IRS can periodically check back with you to understand if you are in a better position to repay your debts.

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IRS Installment Plans

Important Facts to Know About IRS Installment Plans

If you are in dire need of IRS tax relief but cannot possibly afford to pay the entirety of your debt right now, you can try some options that are in your best interests. While you can apply to the IRS stating currently not collectible status to halt any collection activities against you until your financial situation improves, remember that these debts need to be paid sooner or later. Moreover, those penalties and fees will continue to accrue over the months and years which is frustrating. Instead, you can pursue an IRS installment plan.

Some facts on IRS Installment plans that you need to know:

What Installment Plans Cover

IRS Installment plans give you the liberty to avoid having to pay penalties or interest accrued on the tax debt, under the condition that you pay your debt in full. The process also carries the possibility of getting the fee for setting upon an installment plan that is waived completely which makes it one of the most cost-effective methods to pay your tax debt to the IRS, despite the fact that it can take many months of concerted effort in not missing payments.

Eligibility Requirements

In order to be eligible for a monthly installment plan, one needs to abide by a few hard and fast requirements. Rather than spending time, energy and resources on collection actions, the IRS has to take against you, it can get a steady payment from you every 30 days, hence it’s in the federal tax agency’s best inertest to get as many people and business as possible and encourage them to enter into installment agreements with it.

There are however some requirements regarding fast-track of your monthly installment plan, including the IRS offering business and individuals the opportunity to apply online when the amount owed is less than $25,000 for businesses or $50,000 for individuals. If you or your organization doesn’t meet these mentioned criteria, you’re still eligible to apply but in the old-fashioned way via paper and pen.

What to Expect

Upon qualifying for a monthly payment plan, if you do decide to enter into the agreement, there are some things you need to expect. You will no longer be entitled to receive money back from a tax refund until you pay off your debt in full. This is due to the fact that refunds are applied to your balance until you’re paid off completely. You are also required to make at least your monthly minimum payment, inclusive of months where your tax return goes towards your balance. You need to ensure that exacting with your tax returns is done correctly and get them in on time. In case you fail to do so, you could jeopardize your payment agreements. Therefore, it’s imperative to follow the letter of the law to avoid any unwelcome situations- a monthly installment declared to be in default that could make you liable for the entirety of your balance including any fees and penalties you just accrued.

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Offer In Compromise

The Offer in Compromise and How It Can Help

If you don’t have the financial wherewithal to pay a large tax debt, there are options to choose from. You can postpone the collection of the debt by qualifying as currently not collectible by the Internal Revenue Service which will buy you some time, but will keep your penalties accruing. You can also opt to strike a deal to pay back the entirety of your debt every month in installments, or you can get in contact with IRS to understand if it will accept an offer in compromise.

What It Is and How It Works

Through offer in compromise, as the name suggests, offer a mutually beneficially plan to the IRS on the condition that you’re willing to pay a lump sum of a percentage of the taxes owed in exchange for the dismissal of the remainder of the debt. You have a sense of security that your tax liability is taken care of, while providing an immediate payment that can be then used promptly.

Generally, the IRS won’t accept an offer in compromise unless the amount offered by a taxpayer is either equal to or greater than a statistic the reasonable collection potential (RCP), as called by the tax collector. The RCP measures the ability of a taxpayer to actually pay together debt in full, while taking into account the value of personal property and real estate and future earnings as well, limited by basic living expenses; in cases where the RCP is low or at least lower than what the taxpayer offers to pay – the IRS concludes that it’s a good deal and will agree to an offer in compromise.

How to Get an Offer in Compromise

Applying for an offer in compromise is rather easy that requires a taxpayer with unpaid debt to submit a form and pay a $186 fee which is waived for those qualifying under low-income exemptions.

In the event of successful eligibly consideration, you can decide the method to pay the portion of your tax liability, wither as a lump sum or a short-term monthly installment plan of 24 months or less. This is different from a monthly installment plan for the repayment of your debt as that can run for as long as 60 months as needed. In addition to this, if you make a lump sum payment you are required to provide at least 20 percent of the proposed amount at the time of your application. In case you choose to pay via a short term installment payment, you need to remit the first month’s proposed payment. These payments are non-refundable if your application is denied, however the payments are applied to your tax debt irrespective of IRS agreement to the terms of your offer in compromise.

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Currently Not Collectible

Get Help with IRS Back Taxes by Becoming Currently Not Collectible

The chances of anyone ending up owing the IRS back taxes are the highest. It’s an unpleasant position to be in; however one can breathe a sigh of relief as there are several ways to get away from the looming sector of the Internal Revenue Service as it pierces through your heart while making you break your wallet. There’s no denying that you might not be able to get rid of your tax liability to the IRS completely, but if you can get yourself declared “currently not collectible” by the federal tax agency, you’ll be able to find comfort and ease that you sorely need.

It’s a Real Thing

There’s an old saying, “You can’t get blood out of a stone,” and while a lot of people assume that the IRS isn’t concerned with such matters and rather focus in pursuing a tax debtor to the ends of the Earth, a clarification is essential here – no force not even the federal government can pressure you to fork over money you simply don’t have. In the event of no assets or capital to provide to the IRS, or if your financial status can hardly meet your necessary living expenses after paying your back taxes (and you can prove it to the IRS), the tax collector will declare you Currently Not Collectible, or CNC.

What Happens When You’re Classified CNC

Once the IRS concludes you are unable to pay your debts or if doing so will impact your ability to survive, any levies against you or debts you owed are first put on hold indefinitely until your financial condition improves. In addition to this, any federal wage garnishments are also dropped indefinitely, providing you the much needed breathing room you may require to get back on your feet financially.

Here’s a gentle reminder: “indefinite” does not mean “permanent.” Occasionally the IRS will check in on you, usually one to two years, in order to re-evaluate your financial situation to see if it’s stable enough to allow you to begin making payments on debts you owe to the federal government. Typically you’ll also be offered a monthly installment plan which is a better option than having to repay the entire sum of back taxes at once – unless your financial condition declines once again making you unable to pay your debts.

You may also choose to try and strike a deal with the IRS by applying for an offer in compromise and agreeing to repay a proportion of your tax debt in return for the dismissal of the remainder amount. The alternative is quicker and can be considered as a permanent solution than either an installment plan or being declared currently not collectible where penalties and fines continue to accrue. Qualifying for CNC status is a foregone conclusion that you are in the line to qualify for an offer in compromise as well, but without guarantee.

You may also choose to try and strike a deal with the IRS by applying for an offer in compromise and agreeing to repay a proportion of your tax debt in return for the dismissal of the remainder amount. The alternative is quicker and can be considered as a permanent solution than either an installment plan or being declared currently not collectible where penalties and fines continue to accrue. Qualifying for CNC status is a foregone conclusion that you are in the line to qualify for an offer in compromise as well, but without guarantee.

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Penalty Abatement

Circumstances that Lead to Penalty Abatement

If you are one of the millions who owe back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, you know that the amount of money you owe in unpaid taxes can sometime be dwarfed by the amount of penalties levied on top of you for missing deadlines. A thorough research suggests that there’s more than one circumstance leading to the abatement of these penalties. The following are a just a few ways you can get out of being pushed by the tax collector.

Personal Tragedy

Contrary to popular belief, the IRS isn’t heartless. In fact, you can gain penalty abatement on a particular neglected tax return in the event of unexpected life-shattering events. Events such as grave illness or the death of an immediate family member – a spouse or a child, or your own grave illness, or situation such as combating addiction by being in a rehabilitation center are all valid reasons to get penalty abatement. Even those who were incarcerated are eligible for penalty abatement once they serve their debt to society and take vital step of filing any missed tax returns.

Life-Shattering Events Beyond Your Control

In addition to personal tragedy, you can also be eligible for penalty abatement in case you’ve been subjected to life-shattering events that were beyond your control. In the event of natural disaster like an earthquake, tornado, flood or hurricane violently destroying your home or neighborhood, or your place of business that end up wrecking all of your tax return records, the federal government will provide you with some tax relief by waiving those penalties and fees that you owe.

Other Excuses

The IRS also accepts other reasons if you file paperwork for penalty abatement. If you fail to receive the W-2 by your employer before the due date on your tax return, your penalties can often get dismissed. Likewise, if you can show that you relied on incorrect or erroneous tax advice from an IRS employee, you can often get any penalties waive as well. Even in situations when you made an honest mistake, and corrected it after filing your return, you may be eligible for penalty abatement. Finally, if you can prove that paying your taxes can create financial chaos for you, dismissal of penalties can be expected, though remember that you’re still liable for paying your taxes eventually sometime. Such situation calls for getting in touch with the IRS and working out an installment plan to make it less stressful on your finances when it comes to paying your debt.

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How to Stop Wage Garnishment?

What You Need to Know about Wage Garnishment

Given a choice no one would want to have their wages garnished by the Internal Revenue Service, but the reality is: it can and does happen to anyone – even the best of us. It might feel an urgent need to prioritize the issue and stop wage garnishment as soon as possible, however before you begin it’s important to understand its concept – what it is and how it works. Then and only then you can act to rid yourself out of it, and hopefully for good.

Wage Garnishment: the Basics

Your wages can only be garnished provided a court grants permission to a creditor or a debt collector to remove a portion of your earnings – or in some cases even the entirety for your federal and state tax returns. This may sound appaling; however there are actually rather strict federal and state regulations that limit creditors from leaving you with nothing as far as your regular paycheck is concerned. While it might not seem like much in the way of “protection,” it’s much better than no protection at all.

In the event of a debt collector or a creditor applying for “writ of garnishment” and being awarded one from the courts, they are to provide notice to both you and your employer of the garnishment that typically includes how much will be garnished and how long the garnishment will last. It will also inform you of your rights in regards to dealing with condition that you might feel is an unfair garnishment.

Protecting Your Income

Fortunately, there are several ways to protect yourself from some wage garnishment. Many types of income are exempted either in whole or in part from being garnished, such as Social Security, disability, or child support or alimony payments. The types of exemptions differ from state to state and depend on the directive they have on their law books. Therefore, a careful thorough research into your own state legislation may be required to check what kinds of protections you may stand eligible for if you are being targeted by a wage garnishment yourself.

The procedures are however more difficult when it comes to protecting your income against a federal creditor or debt collector like the IRS. While partially unpaid back taxes are a great common source of wage garnishment through the IRS, there are ways to stop wage garnishment of this type even in such situations. One of the many ways involves proving to the IRS that garnishment constitutes a financial hardship and requires the submission of paperwork and contacting the IRS directly or through a lawyer or debt settlement agency that is working on your behalf. While the step won’t erase your debt, it opens the doors to a more affordable way to settle your debt to the IRS and provides you with enough money in your paycheck at the end of the routine that will help you pay necessary expenses. It’s the best alternative for anyone who owes money to the federal government.

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Remove a Tax Lien

The tax season begins just a few days after New Yearn with commercials for IRS tax help showing up on every possible medium – television, radio, newspapers, reminding you that the time is nearing and days are ticking down to the middle of April when your tax is due. The season might be one that is in the hoist of anticipation if you’re expecting a large refund; however there are some people in dire financial straits who end up not filling their taxes altogether causing a tax lien.

What Are They

Tax liens can be refereed as the major black spots against your credit report. They’re complex and have the ability to take different forms dependent on your circumstances. Generally, a tax lien is the federal government claiming that they have the absolute legal right to either a portion of your assets or all of them owing to your failure to pay a tax debt in a reasonable manner. It is mostly done to keep off the other creditors for collecting money owed before the government has extracted its share. It differs from a levy where your assets are actually taken form you; however the government often places a lien on an individual before levying them. Additionally, one must understand that a tax lien is not just imposed by the IRS, but state and local governments have equal rights to institute liens of their own on you and your property.

Cleaning Up Your Act

Getting the tax lien off your credit report is always in your best interest and should be done away with as quickly as possible. Unpaid tax liens, unlike other public records may linger indefinitely on your report and can be only removed provided you pay the tax you owe to the government. Even after doing so, there may be a record of the lien left on your credit report for a seven-year period. The error on your credit report can be disputed just as you can with any other error and especially if you can prove that the lien has been paid in full or it was placed erroneously. In the event of the IRS withdrawing a tax lien taken out against you, you can contact a credit bureau for its prompt removal from your credit report.

While dealing with tax liens, always remember that they’re almost constantly in flux, with legislators amending or abolishing existing laws or pass brand new ones that are designed to regulate the ability of state and federal tax collectors aiming to place liens on individuals. The best way to avoid being hit hard by lien despite all this constant flux in the industry is to pay your tax debts on time and in full, or at least make arrangements to speak with a representative from the IRS to set up a structured installment plan to repay larger, more unmanageable debts in such a way that will allow you to have financial breath at the end.

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Different Types of Tax Settlement

What You Need to Know About Different Types of Tax Settlement

Handling IRS back taxes may feel walking through a minefield blinded with so many things to maneuver around that could you up lost for days with high chances of getting blown when you step on a mine. However, there are several different ways to settle your tax liabilities. Read on to know more about them, all without needing to be a expert to understand how they work.

Get Rid of as Much as You Can

If there’s an opportunity of paying off a percentage of your tax liability and you are in stable position financially to do so, you may want check if you’re eligible to make an offer in compromise to the IRS. Taxpayers offer to pay a large proportion of their back taxes either all at once or within a short period of time and in case the tax collector determines if that meets or exceeds the reasonable collection potential on your account, the IRS will offer you the ability to clear out the entire tax debt through a settlement for at least a portion of what you owe. Although it does require the most money upfront, it’ is the fastest way to clear your back taxes.

Take Your Time

If your financial condition does not allow you to pay a large lump sum up front, offering to enter into a long-term installment plan with the IRS can still make some headway against your tax liability. The tax agency encourages individuals to come to it to pay their debts instead of having to chase them down. It’s a less of a strain on resources and time and as a result the IRS makes it a rather pleasant experience to make monthly payments of your debt. There’s a high probability that a tax collector may even waive fees and penalties provided you pay your debt in full.

Defer That Payment

There are times when your financial condition doesn’t allow you to pay those back taxes. If you lack the necessary resources to do so, you can’t do anything about it, even if you want to make monthly installments or pay back a percentage in an offer in compromise. In this situation, you can ask the IRS to give you currently not collectible status which prevents the tax collector from coming after you through liens for an indefinite period of time. CNC status lasts for as long as your financial condition improves. Any existing penalties or fees however that have already accrued against you will continue while you put yourself back together.

Or Don’t Pay At All

Yes, it’s true! You can actually get away without paying a cent. It’s possible but you need to wait out the statute of limitations on tax debt collecting, which typically runs for 10 years. You can consider this as an option, but it’s not really recommended.

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