Problems with the IRS? Contact Fouts Law Goup, LLC

Do you have Tax Problems with The IRS and The State of Georgia?

You need to talk with a Georgia Tax Attorney.

Fill out the form below and we will schedule a free consultation with you to determine how we can help resolve your tax problems.

From tax mishandling to simple lack of knowledge of protocol, there are plenty of reasons business owners and hard-working Georgia citizens might find themselves in hot water with both the State of Georgia and the IRS.

If you’re one of those owing both taxes in huge amounts, you’re probably suffering through the most difficult, stressful time of your entire life. You probably want to just ignore it, and hope it just “goes away.”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t ever work like that. Taxes are like a chronic illness—you want to ignore the signs, you hope it’ll just solve itself eventually, but it doesn’t. It can be hard to talk to people about it, or even to know who you can talk to when you’re ready to, but I’m here to tell you that person is me, and that time is right now.

Your Tax Problems Won’t Solve Themselves

It’s the sad truth, but the IRS does not like to let things go, and the same goes for the Georgia Department of Revenue. They don’t just offer free tickets out of owed taxes, so if you’re hoping things will solve themselves, they won’t. They will get worse by the day until it’s time to collect.

People ask me about tax amnesty programs, and while those don’t exist—and probably never will—right now Georgia is offering a program that’s as close to that as it can get.

If you owe back taxes to the State of Georgia and the IRS both, or have any type of tax problem beyond that, you may not know how much you owe, but it’s probably more than you can handle. If that’s over $20,000, you need serious help—fast. I’ve made it my life’s work to provide that help to people just like you.

Georgia’s Progressive Tax Programs: Both Good and Bad

You’ve probably heard all about the IRS and how hard they fight for money people owe them, and believe me when I tell you you do not want to challenge them on that, and the Georgia Department of Revenue hasn’t been any kinder.

Recently, however, they have noticed that those tactics don’t work as well as they thought they would. After decades trying to turn water into wine, attempting to scrape money from the assets and bank accounts of decent people who quite simply can’t afford to pay them, they’re loosening up.

The State of Georgia’s new approach is to offer more flexible payment options so people can actually afford to pay them back through an Offer in Compromise program similar to what the IRS has in place.

Now the bad part. As the economy steadily improves and Georgians show they can get their businesses going strong again, the Georgia Department of Revenue will most likely start cutting down on these provisions, and might completely remove them altogether. It might not be long before the old days come back again.

Jeff Fouts, Your Georgia and IRS Tax Problem Solution

The most important thing for you to understand is that no matter how stressful your situation is, no matter how much you owe, there is a way out. You won’t get off scot-free, but it could be far more affordable than you think.

Over the past 20 years, I’ve defended over 3,000 people just like you from every state and 29 foreign countries. I’ve seen even the worst of cases, and I can help yours, too.

I don’t operate the way most attorneys operate. Rather than hiring less experienced attorneys to work beneath me, I keep a small team that helps me devote myself to each individual case. When you have a problem or need questions answered, you can rest assured that you will be dealing directly with me.

Along with a small team, I also run a modest office in a humble town near Atlanta, and am able to offer my services for an average of $150/hour less than comparable attorneys. I’m a small-town man and that’s just the way I like to run my business, and I’m glad to allow my clients to take advantage of it.

If you would like to learn more about my law office, I've summarized some of my credentials, history, accreditations, clients, and more below.

Get protection from the IRS:

  • Any kind of Income Tax Problem
  • Owe Back Taxes
  • Business Sales Tax
  • Withholding Tax
  • Tax Audit
  • Bank or Wage Levy

Jeff Fouts can help

  • I've handled thousands of tax cases in the U.S. over the last twenty years.
  • I'm a member of the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Tax Court
  • I handle IRS cases in all 50 U.S. States.
  • I can handle any kind of IRS Tax Issue.
  • I have an A+ Better Business Bureau Rating and stacks of positive client reviews.

Helping Georgians Settle for Pennies on the Dollar Owed

By law, I can’t guarantee I can make a settlement for you, but I can tell you that I almost always do. Past clients of mine have settled at rates of 60% of amount owed to below 2% of amount owed. Along with my A+ Better Business Bureau rating, you can read about just a few of these cases on my Review page here.

Tax law is my one and only practice, and I do it because I love helping people just like you hold on to their hard-earned money. The stress of tax problems can be crippling, and has literally ruined entire lives and businesses. It’s my passion to keep that from happening for as many people as I can.

What You Can Do Now

If you owe a large amount of tax money to the Georgia Department of Revenue and the IRS, looking for help was the right first step.

The next step is to contact me, and we’ll set up a free consultation. Just use the form below. I’m available Monday through Friday during typical business hours, and am happy to answer all of your tax questions and address your concerns.

To learn more about qualifying for the Georgia State Offer in Compromise program, watch my short video about that here.

Don’t let taxes continue to haunt you. It’s time to resolve the problem for good before the IRS does it for you—trust me, you don’t want that.

Let’s get you back to your life.

Jeff Fouts A+ Better Business Bureau Rating, Court Memberships and Accreditation