While the IRS has a taxpayer advocate service for taxpayers in need of relief, more and more individuals and families faced with personal or business tax debt of at least $10,000 are turning to experienced tax resolution attorneys, tax debt negotiators, and ex-IRS agents to arrive at the best possible tax resolution.
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If you are in need of a tax advocate or have unpaid back taxes ranging from $10,000 up to $100,000 or more, you may qualify now for tax relief through an offer in compromise, penalty abatement, negotiated settlement, installment agreement, economic/financial hardship, currently not collectable, innocent spouse provision, or any of a variety of other situations which may qualify for tax relief.
If you have received a notice from the IRS regarding back taxes owed, it is urgent that you do not ignore these collection letters or notices - you need a tax advocate on your side who can work on your behalf. Whether you have notice CP 523, 524, CP 90, CP 297, 298 or any other collection notice from the IRS, it is vital that you take care of your back tax matter or get assistance immediately - in order to avoid common IRS collections and enforcement actions such as wage garnishment, bank levy, tax lien, and more. If you have already been contacted by the IRS, or need to stop or prevent an IRS enforcement action, we can connect you to professional tax relief advocates who can go to work on your behalf to remove stress over IRS taxes and help you arrive at the best possible tax resolution.
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The IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service has at least one local taxpayer advocate in every state. You can contact your advocate at in your local phone book or at: //www.irs.gov/advocate/, or you can call the IRS Taxpayer Advocate toll-free intake line at 1-877-777-4778.