The IRS version of tax resolution is simple. You don’t pay what they ask you, so they levy your property and garnish your wages until they get their share. Enforced tax resolution almost always turns out worse than the tax resolution you arrange with the help of a tax attorney.

The IRS has a lot of formidable tools to bring about this kind of tax resolution. And you can suffer more than the immediate financial loss.

  • The IRS may force you to sell your property below cost to achieve tax resolution
  • If they garnish your income, you may not have enough left to cover your living expenses
  • The tax resolution arranged by the IRS might leave your bank account empty so that your checks bounce and automatic payment plans lead to an overdraft
  • Your credit and ability to buy, sell, and do business could be severely impaired by a bad tax resolution

Fortunately, there’s a better kind of tax resolution. Tax resolution on your terms.

When you proactively seek tax resolution, especially with the help of a tax attorney or tax professional, you’ll usually get a much better deal. Take control of tax resolution, and you’ll cut the stress out of your life, earn respect from those around you, and probably save your financial situation as well.

Tax Resolution Means Closing Your Case

When you’re looking for tax resolution, you’re seeking a permanent answer. Tax resolution isn’t about hiding your assets in dubious trust funds or offshore companies. Tax resolution isn’t stalling for more time, unless it’s part of an overall strategy.

Tax resolution, plain and simple, means you’ve resolved your issues with the IRS. Your tax debt has been wiped out, or will be paid off by a specific date. Either way, tax resolution lets you move on in your life, without further trouble from the IRS.

How A Tax Attorney Can Drastically Improve Your Tax Resolution

When you want tax resolution, get a tax attorney who will negotiate a better deal for you. With 11 years of experience in tax resolution, here are some of the things I may be able to do for you:

  • Clear up any mistakes or oversight that the IRS made
  • Possibly reduce your tax burden through an offer in compromise
  • Penalty abatement reduce or eliminate the penalties and interest you owe
  • Make sure that if you need to sell some assets for tax resolution, you can decide which assets to sell, instead of the IRS.
  • Work out tax resolution in a monthly payment scheme that allows you to keep your assets

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