IRS Problems are more common that you think.
1 in 6, or approximately 26 million of 153 million individual taxpayers across the country either disagree over what they owe the IRS or conversely, agree with the amount, but simply can't afford to pay it in full. Of the 26 million individuals with IRS problems, about half owe the IRS $20,000 or more. Almost ALL of these Americans are in the 99%, so many millions do not have enough money to pay the entire amount due in one payment. Until the IRS gets the money, the interest and penalties grow and the IRS becomes ever more intrusive on household finances. If you have tax problems - you are NOT alone.
Americans with tax problems are NOT bad people.
Most taxpayers with tax problems are NOT the people who tried to hide out and NOT file tax returns. They are NOT outlaws. They are people for whom life is in session, and something adverse has come up: they had an illness; lost employment, a divorce; their business blew up in the credit crisis; someone in the family suffers from substance abuse. Some of them filed their tax returns, expecting to pay tax – they just weren't prepared, and do not have the money, for what the IRS says they now owe. You need a partner to work on your behalf so you are not treated like a criminal.
The IRS Is An Unforgiving Creditor.
The IRS is the most powerful collection agency on the planet. The IRS has the power to seize bank accounts, garnish wages and force the immediate sale of homes and other property. The IRS collects tax debt by a variety of extremely intrusive means, and the taxpayer is always playing defense. To collect its money, the IRS will completely disrupt the economic life of a taxpayer, without regard to future consequence for the taxpayer. Tax Defense Partners takes over all IRS communications on your behalf once you become a client.
The IRS Collection Juggernaut Can Be Stopped.
There are procedures taxpayers can use to prevent the seizure of their assets, and if they are eligible, to negotiate the amount they rightfully owe to a steeply discounted rate or to work out a payment plan that the taxpayer can afford so they can stay afloat. But the procedures are arcane, they are not well-publicized – and like anything else, there are competent and incompetent ways to use them. The IRS is focused on only one objective: get the money. Taxpayers whose economic life and well-being are at stake can get a MUCH better result, more reliably, by deploying an experienced pro to execute proper procedures and to negotiate for them. Positive Results happen when you have expert advocates on your side.
To effectively Represent Taxpayers, a Professional Must be Licensed or Registered with the IRS.
A Certified Public Accountant, an attorney or an Enrolled Agent are the only ones permitted to represent taxpayers before the IRS, and every client must give the licensed tax professional a written power of attorney to speak to the IRS on their behalf. Our clients generally never have to meet, or speak with, the IRS once we're on the scene.
A Tax Defense Partners Professionals Can Stop IRS Collection Actions, Can Negotiate Tax Debt Amounts and Can Structure Payment Arrangements that the Taxpayer Can Afford.
Tax Defense Partners goes to work immediately to obtain tax relief. The TDP professional takes action to stop IRS levies on bank accounts and IRS seizure of assets. Then the TDP professional assesses the situation and negotiates with the IRS to arrive at an amount that the taxpayer can afford.
Tax Defense Partners Specializes in Negotiating and Settling Tax Debts – That is ALL We Do.
We are not generalist CPAs or attorneys that once-in-awhile represent clients when they have a tax problem. Tax Defense Partners has negotiated and settled thousands of cases from coast-to-coast. Tax Defense Partners settle more tax debts in a month than most CPAs handle in a career.
Who Should Call Tax Defense Partners Immediately?
Taxpayers who are receiving notices from the IRS; taxpayers whose wages are being garnished or bank accounts have been levied, taxpayers that have federal tax liens filed against them; taxpayers with unfiled tax returns; and businesses that owe payroll taxes. Clients compensate TDP on a fixed-fee basis determined up front, scaled to the service components TDP must invoke to properly
represent the client before the tax authorities to permanently solve the client's tax problem.
We are ready to help.
Contact us today at (866) TAX-DEFENSE