The attorneys at New Life Tax Relief have been working with taxpayers for over 30 years to resolve their back tax liabilities with the Internal Revenue Service. Our firm provides a variety of tax services to meet the needs of each taxpayer. The appropriate tax service depends on the unique facts of the individual taxpayer.
An IRS Offer in Compromise allows taxpayers that cannot afford to full pay their back tax liability the opportunity to settle for less than what they owe. The IRS sets guidelines for accepting an Offer in Compromise. The IRS looks at a taxpayer's past, current and future financial situation when evaluating whether an Offer in Compromise should be accepted. It is important to know what aspects of a taxpayer's situation the IRS is looking at when filing an Offer in Compromise. Not everyone qualifies for an Offer in Compromise, as each person's financial situation is different. Thus, pre-qualifying for an Offer in Compromise is an important step to take prior to attempting an Offer in Compromise with the IRS.
An Installment Agreement with the IRS allows taxpayers that cannot afford to full pay their back tax liability the option to pay their back taxes through monthly payments. There are guidelines regarding how the IRS determines the payment amount and time frame for the agreement. Additionally, a taxpayer must be compliant with all past tax filings before establishing the agreement. Depending on the circumstances and the amount of time that the IRS has left to collect the tax debt, the Installment Agreement may pay all or part of the back tax liability.
A Currently Not Collectible (CNC) Status is when the IRS removes a taxpayer's account from active collection efforts. The IRS has requirements that an account must meet before it can be placed on a CNC status. Once the account is placed on a CNC status, the IRS does not pursue collection activity against the taxpayer and the statute of limitations on the tax liabilities will continue to run. Unless the taxpayer's financial situation changes, the account will remain on a CNC status until the tax liabilities expire.
The purpose of the IRS is to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government. If a taxpayer does not pay their taxes, the IRS will demand payment through phone calls, field visits and letters. If the taxpayer disregards the demands for payment the IRS will give legal notice that it will be resorting to other means to collect the taxes. One method that the IRS uses to collect the overdue taxes is through wage garnishments. Our tax professionals constantly release wage garnishments for our clients.
The purpose of the IRS is to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government. If a taxpayer does not pay their taxes, the IRS will demand payment through phone calls, field visits and letters. If the taxpayer disregards the demands for payment, the IRS will give legal notice that it will resort to other means to collect the taxes. One method that the IRS uses to collect overdue taxes is through issuing bank levies. Convincing the IRS to release a bank levy can be a very difficult task. Our tax professionals have conducted hundreds of bank levy release over the years.
Revenue Officers are by definition "Collection Officers" for the IRS. Revenue Officers are assigned to accounts to collect back taxes. Their objective is to collect the taxes that are owed as quickly as possible and to have the account paid in full. When taxpayers work with Revenue Officers it is very important that they understand their rights. Revenue Officers have the authority to garnish wages, levy bank accounts, to file Federal tax liens and to even seize assets. Although Revenue Officers hold such a position of power they must comply with statues and regulations set forth by Congress. Our tax professionals work closely with Revenue Officers to resolve our clients' back tax liabilities.
Here at New Life Tax Relief we represent taxpayers with payroll liabilities as the result of a closed business or for a business currently open. The firm helps business owners understand and follow payroll tax obligations. Clients are provided detailed information regarding IRS requirements and regulations for employers. Our firm acts as a liaison between the client and the IRS. Once a business owner is in compliance with payroll tax regulations, we assist the client in reaching a resolution for the past due payroll tax liability and help the business become compliant with IRS tax regulations.
The Tax Account Review Service (TAR) service is designed to help taxpayers that need specific information about the status of their account with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Many taxpayers complain about receiving inconsistent or incomplete information from the IRS. This service provides taxpayers with clear and concise information about the status of their IRS account. With this service we provide a year-by-year break down detailing how much is owed for each particular tax year, verify tax filing compliance, obtain statute of limitation dates for liabilities and determine whether a tax lien has been filed.