IRS Tax Lawyers
What can be overwhelming, if not terrifying, for any individual or business, is paying back overdue taxes to the largest collection agency in the world: The IRS. IRS debt can be confusing and hard to understand at times. Unless you have an experienced tax, attorney who will walk you through this process, and protect you from being taken advantage of by the Internal Revenue Services. The IRS is not your friend and they are not there to help you. Their job is to negotiate deals that work in the government’s favor. It is not an understatement to say they don’t care about you or your personal circumstances. They don’t care if you are taking care of your aging parent, or that you have private tuition to pay for your 11-year-old special needs child. Hiring a tax professional will help you understand what your options are, and more importantly, what your rights are. Having someone to fight for you is what you need during one of the most stressful times of your financial life.
Here at Tax Relief Pros, we add value to your business and individual wealth by preserving it during an Offer in Compromise negotiation. This only happens when you hire an experienced tax settlement attorney who is well versed in offer in compromise cases and dedicated to serving their clients. At Tax Relief Pros we look at the totality of the circumstances when evaluating whether or not a tax payer is a good candidate for this type of resolution. An offer in compromise, once successfully negotiated requires commitment on the part of the tax payer to follow the rules. It is important to note that there are several different types of offers in compromise that can be submitted on your behalf. You want an experienced team of tax resolution professionals that will guide you through the various types of offers in compromise to ensure the most viable option for success.
Tax Settlement Options for Unpaid Taxes
Tax settlements may include offers in compromise as a means to rid an individual or business of tax debt. The best way to identify the options for preventing, reducing, or eliminating an IRS tax debt is by working with an experienced and trusted tax settlement attorney. Protecting our client’s assets and maximizing their business value is our chosen profession and we pride ourselves on our ability to accomplish these objectives successfully. To be able to accomplish these objectives we, and our clients, must work together in order to discover the appropriate solution. Since we are a law firm, you are protected by Attorney-Client privilege and can rely upon that when discussing your sensitive matter with one of our attorneys or staff members.
Reasonable cause is one of the single biggest reasons for the IRS to settle a tax debt with a tax payer. Discovering, and arguing reasonable cause can only be successfully identified by an experienced tax attorney. Settling with the IRS allows our clients to pay far less than originally owed, saving our clients significant sums in assessed tax, penalties, and reduced interest.
Contact Araujo Law, Tax Relief Pros today to speak with an experienced tax settlement specialist.
Having to face the IRS because of your back tax issue can be more than a little scary and daunting. Hopefully you’ll never have to deal with that letter or phone call or worse, an IRS Revenue Officer showing up at your door. Dealing with this can be so overwhelming that many people try to just ignore the problem hoping and praying that it will somehow magically go away or that the IRS will forget about them. How do you know if you саn handle this situation yourself or do you need outside help? The IRS is not your friend in this situation. They are really just the largest collection agency in the world with almost unlimited ability to find and take your money.
- Protect you from IRS error, abuse, and intimidation
- Interpret your tax liability
- File an amended tax return
- Bring you back into legal compliance
- Deal with an IRS lien or levy and help to get them released
- Help settle and resolve your tax issue through programs set up to help you
- Set up a properly structured payment plan limiting penalties in the future