Protecting and Defending Taxpayer Rights
Our mission is to protect the rights of individuals and businesses to get the best possible tax resolution with the IRS
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Taxpayer Relief to Stop, or Prevent,
Garnishment, Lien, or Bank Levy
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and Settle Back Taxes for Less
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Individuals or businesses in need of IRS relief from back taxes call or submit a request online to receive a free consultation from tax resolution experts.
Tax relief specialists take the time to listen, understand your current situation and goals (including any immediate relief you may need to stop or prevent a wage garnishment, tax lien, or bank levy.)
Based on your unique circumstances, tax resolution experts apply existing tax relief code to provide your best options to get immediate relief and reach the lowest possible settlement with the IRS.
You may choose to resolve IRS back taxes on your own, or utilize the expertise of tax specialists who will negotiate the best possible IRS resolution or settlement on your behalf. There are no upfront retainer fees.
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“I found out I had a tax lien of $250,000 from taxes that I hadn't filed from over ten years. They arranged to give me a payment, get it worked down to $116 a's really been an easy process and everybody's been very helpful, and understanding, not demeaning in any way or anything.”
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–Paul, NJ
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Faces of Tax Relief
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No Money to Pay the IRS – Facing Personal or Business Hardship?
See if you qualify for IRS hardship relief (including Fresh Start Program)
Begin by answering a few simple questions online:
1. Are you unable to pay IRS back taxes and in need or relief due to a personal or financial hardship?
2. Have you already spoken to the IRS about the nature of your personal or business hardship?
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Video Guide to IRS Tax Debt Relief

Innocent Spouse

When two people file a joint tax return and the amount of taxes owed is not accurate or correctly remitted, there may be a justifiable "innocent spouse" defense. This form of tax penalty or interest relief may be granted to the spouse or party that may be innocent for a variety of reasons.

See how tax relief can help you. Answer a few, simple questions to get a free tax relief consultation - at no cost to you.

Innocent Spouse Relief- Know Your Legal Rights and Options

There are three basic types of innocent spouse relief that apply:

Innocent Spouse Relief

- If you filed a joint return, you may be entitled to relief by separation of liability if you are no longer married, or are legally separated or; if you were not a member of the same household, that is you are living separately or estranged from the spouse with which you filed the joint return.

Relief by Separation of Liability

- The innocent party may be relieved of responsibility for paying tax, penalties, and interest if the other party was the guilty party in doing something improper or wrong on the innocent party's tax return - and the innocent party had no way of knowing the information submitted was improper or incorrect.

Equitable Relief

- If you do not qualify for innocent spouse relief or relief by separation of liability, you may still be eligible for innocent spouse relief through equitable relief. As an example, equitable relief might apply for the innocent spouse when the other spouse took money intended for paying taxes and used it for other purposes.

Get a free tax relief consultation from tax relief professionals and attorneys by using the form on this page.

For immediate assistance with an IRS tax matter call (818) 938-2211, or .