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  • Tax Questions and Answers

    Wednesday 16th of April 2014 12:40:23 PM

    Tax questions are the most tricky to answer, specially when your asking friends that don’t know the facts.  It is very tricky to answer specifically when you don’t know the right answer.  You can Google and find the right answers to your tax questions, but ultimately there’s always different answers being given.  That’s why we took our time to ask our specialize reps to get you some of the toughest Tax Questions answered.  Here are some of them.

    Can’t I handle the IRS by myself?

    Recently the National Taxpayer Advocate reported that nearly one quarter of all offer in compromise requests that were submitted to the IRS were rejected due to inaccuracies while filing. Sadly, the remaining Offer in compromise requests that were at first accepted later became rejected for the same reason.

    Can the IRS forcefully collect money from me?

    Yes! If you owe the IRS money they can and often will file a federal tax lien against all your assets. The IRS will also levy your bank accounts along with wage garnishments. They can seize your home, cars, investments, business, and retirement funds or just about anything else that is of value.

    The IRS is staffed with more than 18,000 collection agents and that number increases daily! The IRS won’t stop until your tax liability is paid off. The experts at know how to deal with the IRS so you don’t have to!

    What if I can’t afford to pay the IRS?

    First begin by taking the free tax evaluation to determine where you stand financially. A tax professional will go over all the available options you have. You may be surprised at how little you may be able to settle your IRS tax debt.

    How much will this cost me?

    If you find yourself in need of tax relief the first step is a FREE tax evaluation. Based on what is assessed the fees vary according to what services are needed. Prior to retaining our services there is no obligation whatsoever.

    If you find yourself in a financial crisis feel confident that will work with you. We understand that from time to time people have financial troubles. Don’t feel discouraged, we will work around it. is here for you.

    How long will it take to get Tax Relief?

    Because every situation is different there is no standard time to gain tax relief. It all depends on how complicated your tax relief problem is. Every case is different. The experts at will work diligently on your behalf to quickly solve your IRS tax debt.

    We have been dealing with IRS tax debt problems for years. There is no case to big for us to handle. Feel confident when choosing that your case will become a priority.

    Do I have to come to your office?

    Although is located in California we handle cases Nationwide! You do not have to come to our offices for us to handle your IRS tax debt case. In fact most customers handle everything by phone, email or mail.

    Also, most clients think that they must meet with the IRS in person but that is not true. The IRS is too busy to meet with every client in person. Due to that as soon as takes on your case we handle all IRS communications.

    Are back taxes dischargeable in bankruptcies?

    Back taxes may not always be discharged in bankruptcies. The only type of taxes that are eligible for discharge are personal income taxes. Even then there is a meticulous threshold test that personal income taxes must pass prior to being considered for discharge.

    For back taxes that do not qualify for discharge can be paid off through an offer in compromise or other method of settlement through the IRS. The tax experts at can go over all the options available to you.


    The tax professionals at have been working on cases like this for many years. We know how to properly approach the IRS so that we can help abolish or reduce tax liability.

    For immediate assistance call toll free 1-866-499-1156 Mon-Fri 6am-6pm to speak to one of our professional tax experts and get a FREE tax evaluation so we can better serve your tax relief needs.

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