I’ll recommend the best tax strategy to eliminate your back taxes and negotiate with the IRS so you don’t have to. Many of my clients qualify for an affordable IRS Payment Plan or reduced tax debt through an Offer in Compromise .
Most of my clients owe the IRS between $20,000 and $150,000 before they hire me.Jeff Fouts, Tax Attorney
Tired of firms that promise to settle your taxes for Pennies on the Dollar? I can help.
An Offer in Compromise is a legal settlement option provided by the IRS to reduce the total amount of taxes owed. By filing an Offer in Compromise (OIC) and having it approved with the IRS, you can legally reduce the amount of back taxes owed.
Filing an OIC and dealing directly with the IRS is not for the faint of heart however. The IRS accepts about 25% of all submitted Offers in Compromise, and if you do it incorrectly you will end up spending a lot of time and resources for nothing, and will still owe the full amount of taxes with interest accruing daily. The cost to file an OIC is very low, but the paperwork, documents, statements and followup with the Internal Revenue Service can be burdensome.
We can help determine if an OIC is a good solution for your specific tax case and can tell you if we would recommend this IRS settlement option for you.
An audit is the IRS’s answer to the idea that income tax is based on the honors system. Normally you report your earnings and deductions on your income tax return, and send in the payment you owe based on your own calculations.
But if the IRS (or their highly secretive computerized rating system, the “Discriminate Function”) decides there might be an error on your income tax return, then you may face an IRS audit.
Winning an audit can be an uphill battle. You’re considered guilty until proven innocent, and it’s up to you to prove to the IRS that they are the ones who made a mistake.
Taxpayers are terrified of an IRS audit. Winning an audit may sometimes seem like an over-optimistic dream. But with the right strategy and a skilled tax attorney, it is possible to win an audit.
An IRS Bank Levy or Lien is probably one of the scariest situations that my clients find themselves in. Like Tax Audits, a levy or lien is not the time to try a do-it-yourself project.
- The IRS is very powerful. You must not underestimate them.
- The IRS can take your wages, bank accounts, IRA’s, 401(k)’s and real estate.
- The government can take your assets whether you like it or not.
- I have 20 years experience lifting wage and bank levys, liens and stopping seizures.
- I may be able to help you too.
If you would like a Tax Attorney on YOUR side to stop unfair tax liens or seisures by the IRS, call me today. – Jeff Fouts
Payroll & Employment Taxes
Sometimes businesses can’t pay their bills.
When money is tight, businesses often fail to pay their taxes. These taxes are called “trust” fund taxes. This means that you are holding the money for the government. You are a “Trustee”.
Not only is the business liable, but you are too.
If the business fails to pay the taxes, not only is the business liable, but the owners and officers are often PERSONALLY liable for the business taxes.
The IRS can force a business to shut down which can’t pay its taxes.
The IRS does NOT like it when a business is not paying its taxes. They attempt to move quickly and forcefully. Don’t risk losing your business and your own money. Payroll taxes are an especially sensitive area for the government, and they will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.
Learn how to fix your problem.
With 20 years of experience in handling tax cases like and I’d like to help you with employment taxes, and resolve issues such as improper business deductions.
Take action. Doing nothing only makes the problem worse.
Non-Filers Of Tax Returns CAN Re-Enter The System!
- Lots of my clients are Non-filers.
- I understand what it’s like to want to get your life back.
- I understand your fear of the IRS.
- Re-entering the system is the best thing for you to do.
- The IRS has payment plans that allow you to pay them back.
- Some of my clients qualify for an Offer in Compromise that lets them reduce their back taxes.
You must take the first step – Call me today.
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My experience and Background
- Over the last 20 years I’ve defended some 3,000 tax clients in all 50 states and 28 foreign countries.
- I'm a member in good standing of the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Tax Court and our Georgia State Courts.
- I have an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and a stack of positive client reviews.
- My firm is big enough to handle any size tax problem and small enough that I handle all my cases personally.
- I am also a Estate Planning Attorney in the state of Georgia.