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Tax Debt Relief

  • October 17th 2011 Tax Filing Deadline

    Thursday 22nd of September 2011 7:22:23 PM


    So, did you miss the April 2011 tax filing deadline? Did you feel your taxes were too complicated or maybe you are going to owe the IRS money? Or, did you simply procrastinate and now the October deadline is here? Regardless of the circumstances or reason the deadline is coming up FAST.

    Here are some VERY IMPORTANT reasons to file your taxes by the 17th.

    * If you don’t file by October 17th you are at risk of incurring Penalties, Late Fees, and Interest Charges (which can be substantial) because you Missed the Deadline

    * Filing your taxes can be easy –Even if you don’t have all your documents ready you can contact us here at 911 Tax Relief and we will help manage this process for a timely return or use a reputable software system. If filing on your own make sure you clearly understand all the guidelines and deductions you qualify for.

    * We can E-file for you making the process seamless, but keep in mind that the IRS shuts off the ability to e-file your 2010 tax return after October 17th so you have to e-file before the deadline to take advantage of all the benefits.

    * Importance of using a tax professional – Doing your taxes on your own even if you are using tax software you may MISS Tax Deductions and Credits you can greatly benefit from–

    * What if you have a refund and did not expect to – Many clients we talk to did not know they actually were going to get a refund. However, after we maximized allowable deductions, low and behold they owed less or got a refund.

    * You owe the IRS, now what do you do – IF after you file your taxes you find out you owe them money, don’t panic. That is what we are here for, if you owe money we will figure out the best options for you.


  • IRS Wage Garnishment “What Do You Do”

    Wednesday 21st of September 2011 10:40:14 PM


    2nd – Read this blog and contact us or another reputable firm.

    Having an active IRS Wage Garnishment can be devastating financially and emotionally. Our firm 911 Tax Relief deals with individuals and businesses weekly that ask us “how can I get out of this terrible situation”.

    Although there is not a one size fits all answer to that question, the basic answer is this. Let’s talk about your tax issue, so we can better understand why the IRS is garnishing you (your husband or both).

    You see, without completely understanding what is going on and why the IRS has taken such aggressive action, it is difficult to figure out the best solution. Once we discuss your tax situation with you, we will know exactly what is needed for us to negotiate with the IRS and get the garnishment lifted.

    In most cases after our initial conversation we can move quickly and have and order to stop the garnishment in your employers hand within 72 hours. The main thing to remember is you need to take action immediately, the longer you wait the more difficult it can become to lift a wage garnishment.

    Also keep in mind, if you have tax years that have not been filed, we are going to need to file those ASAP to get you into compliance so be prepared.

    Finally, if you have not yet been garnished but have a notice of garnishment. Pick up the phone and call us 1-866-499-1156 or send us a message directly from our website

    We are here to answer your questions and help any way possible.

  • Tax Relief For Wildfire Victims

    Tuesday 20th of September 2011 6:11:44 PM


    Due to the devastating fires in Texas there are many counties that have been declared disaster areas. The IRS has recognized this and because of it is offering some tax relief. Here is the link to the article in the Austin Chronicle.

  • Do you know how to deal with IRS problems?

    Wednesday 24th of August 2011 8:07:50 PM


    A great subject of discussion.

    Most people say no, not really, or I think I do but the IRS is kind of scary!!

    So, even if you think you know exactly what you are doing when it comes to dealing with the IRS and back taxes, it does not hurt to consult a tax practitioner. 911 Tax Relief is very good at looking at, identifying and analyzing the small details that tend to get overlooked. We talk to lot’s of people that have tried to do it themselves, some have had some success while many end up frustrated or in a worse situation.

    Dealing with a tax issue is not just as simple as filling out forms. It is all about creating a strategy and anticipating the “what if” factors. If you find yourself in that situation where you need some help, contact us at 911 Tax Relief  toll free no. 1-866-499-1156.

  • How do you know if you need help with an IRS issue?

    Tuesday 23rd of August 2011 6:55:59 PM


    We get this question all the time, do I really need help or can I deal with the IRS on my own.

    So, does everyone with an IRS issue need the help of a company like 911 Tax Relief, no not everyone.

    Here is the bottom line, if you do not know what to do, what your options are, have put this issue off, want someone else to deal with it etc. Pick up the phone and give us a call for some guidance. Once we understand your issue we will explain what your options are. Many times those options are things you can handle on your own. The key thing is do something, don’t ignore or put this issue on the back burner.

    We talk to so many people that once we explain their options they feel like a giant weight has been lifted off their back. So, no not everyone needs our help but if your unsure, call us here at 911 Tax Relief toll free no.  1-866-499-1156, the worst case scenario is you get some peace of mind knowing what your next steps should be.

  • “Offer In Compromise” Is That My Only Option?

    Friday 19th of August 2011 6:09:07 AM


    The Tax Relief term Offer in Compromise “OIC” is thrown around way to lightly. This leads to a very common question that comes up daily, “can you settle my tax debt through an Offer in Compromise”? We believe this is due to mass advertising making it seem like everyone can settle their tax debt for pennies on the dollar. While it is true, many people will qualify for an OIC if you meet the guidelines, the OIC is not your only Tax Relief option. If you have tax issues, there are many options that a qualified tax practitioner can help you determine that fit your specific needs after reviewing your case.

    If we determine the Offer in Compromise is an option for you due to the fact you cannot afford to pay off that tax debt over time. This program can significantly help reduce the total amount you owe, thus eliminating your tax debt once and for all.

    So, what about those of you that do not qualify for the OIC, what do you do? Simple, have one of our tax practitioners spend time with you reviewing the details of your case and determine what options are available to you. The main goal if you are not an OIC candidate is to help you maintain your financial integrity and ultimately negotiate something manageable. This will allow you to be in control of the terms of any type of payment plan. This may not seem as exciting or sexy as an OIC but it is crucial you have all terms negotiated by a professional instead of the IRS dictating unrealistic terms. Often times when people allow the IRS to dictate the terms they are not affordable, leading to a default and eventual bank levies, wage garnishments and or seizure of assets.

    Spend the time understanding your options with one of our Tax Practitioners and take control of your tax issues.

    911 Tax Relief is here for you, call toll free no. 1-866-499-1156 or visit our main website

  • Surviving The “IRS Blues”

    Thursday 18th of August 2011 11:41:07 PM


    Several times a week I find myself “talking clients off a cliff”, because they have what we call “The IRS Blues”.

    Now, Take a Deep Breath…..

    It is not uncommon for taxpayers to just throw in the towel and walk away from everything. I have seeing people leave husbands or wives, jobs, family, friends even their own children. They lose all hope and disappear from what they once called their life. Change their name, move far away or out of the country, get a new social security number, essentially a new life. Wow, what a price to pay for not understanding you have options and rights as a tax payer. Others stay and fight, but both are trying to escape the collection machine of the IRS. Yes dealing with the IRS alone can be brutal for some and lead you to experiencing The IRS Blues.

    The first thing to remember is this, desperate situations don’t mean you need to resort to desperate measures. What is does mean is move quickly and seek help in order to relieve this burden so you can get on with every day life.

    911 Tax Relief understands the stress of dealing with an IRS issue and is hear to hold your hand, listens to your troubles, help you understand your options, start resolving the problem and let you get back to living. We do all the heavy lifting but your minimal involvement throughout the process is important.
    We charge a fair fee for great service and peace of mind. Helping cure The IRS Blues.

  • “Applied Knowledge is Power”

    Thursday 18th of August 2011 8:08:15 PM


    This may sound like a bit of a cliché but it’s true. Would you like your IRS tax debt situation resolved? What about your paycheck, assets and bank accounts, would you like them protected against IRS collection actions? Finally, what about peace of mind, getting your IRS issue worked out can eliminate the stress associated with your tax issue.

    911 Tax Relief believes in helping our clients understand the basics surrounding what our strategy will be when resolving their tax issue. When we analyze individual tax issues, we are reviewing them against up to 47 different IRS solutions. Once we figure out what options best fit your needs we will explain them to you so you are clear about what to expect.

    Additionally, it is important to understand if our primary resolution action does not get approved for any reason, we always have a “plan b”. Which includes helping protect the integrity of your finances to the best degree possible.

    911 Tax Relief is here to provide solutions for your Tax Debt to avoid IRS collections. Having knowledge about how to effectively resolve IRS tax issues is important. Knowing how to apply that knowledge in the key to a successful outcome with the IRS. The IRS is willing to work with us in resolving tax issues, they simply expect us to understand and follow the guidelines.

    If you have questions about IRS processes, tax debt or tax relief, please spend some time browsing our website

  • IRS Amnesty Deadline August 31

    Thursday 18th of August 2011 10:18:58 AM


    **********JUST A FRIENDLY REMINDER**********

    Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) violators be warned that time is running out to report offshore bank accounts.

  • Tax Resolution – Do You Need A Tax Attorney

    Monday 15th of August 2011 5:58:30 AM


    One of the most common questions we encounter daily is, do I need a Tax Attorney. Mainly due in part by companies advertising, you need a Tax Attorney to assist when you have a tax problem.

    The reality is NO, most people with tax problems DO NOT need to get a Tax Attorney involved when resolving their tax issue. Let me repeat that NO!

    Many firms brag about having their team of Tax Attorneys resolve your issue. When in reality, the Tax Attorney’s name is all over the paperwork but most of the work is done by support staff, not the Attorney. However, because their technically is an Attorney involved, your fees are high, which is expected because an “Attorney is Involved”.

    First of all, the vast majority of tax issues can be handled by a staff of well trained tax professionals which include Enrolled Agents,  CPA’s and CTEC’s, that are assigned to specific pieces of the case. Resolving a tax issue is typically a team effort performed by tax resolution professionals that specialize in tax controversy work. For the most part, when a Tax Attorney is involved, the resolution results are the same but you will likely find yourself paying 2-3 times more because an Attorney is in the mix.

    Make no mistake about it, Tax Attorneys are very important when it comes to many tax matters but the fact is most tax resolution problems do not have an absolute need for a Tax Attorney. Knowing when to use a Tax Attorney is the key, not just saying, a Tax Attorney will be involved in order to justify higher fees and falsely impress potential clients.

    Remember, do not get convinced you need a Tax Attorney to handle a tax problem, this can be a very expensive experience.

    The majority of people with tax issues that are seeking assistance, most tax issues are civil matters, our firm has the ability to represent you before the administrative levels of the IRS. On the other hand A Tax Attorney is highly recommended if you have been visited by a criminal agent from the IRS.

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