RESOLVE BACK TAXES TODAY!WE WILL HELP FILE TAXES & NEGOTIATE WITH IRS! (MD, VA, DC)
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Over the past few weeks, I have shared different IRS tax debt cases resolved on behalf of our clients. See the screenshot of IRS approval letters...Call 240.463.9019 or email: email@example.com
I shared how we negotiated a $20 payment plan for 72 months where our client could potentially get $206,708 written off his taxes.
Another testimonial about how we helped a self-employed schedule C filer negotiated a $1,657 payment plan where her potential tax write-off could be up to $237,702.
And the most recent IRS approval of $144 per month for 72 months on behalf of a real estate agent who owes $95,168 in taxes. Her potential tax write-off could add up to $84,800.
In my opinion, negotiating a very low monthly payment plan is BETTER than requesting for an outright offer to settle tax debt for the majority of taxpayers simply because of the CSED (Collection Statute Expiration Date). INCOME TAXES DO EXPIRE AFTER 10 YEARS OF ASSESSMENT.
This interprets that the IRS only has 10 years to collect after an assessed taxes.
When we meet with clients and analyze their tax situation, some of these clients have equity in their home, sufficient 401k, or appreciated stocks.
If we offer a lump-sum amount to settle their taxes outright, it is very possible that the IRS would REJECT the offer and demand the taxpayer to sell stocks or cash out from their home equity to settle their tax debt.
By negotiating a low-monthly payment plan, it gives the taxpayer the privilege to be protected from any aggressive collection actions from the IRS or State while maintaining their compliance status.
Payment plan qualification is mainly based on your disposable income. Your net income after paying all your monthly expenses. The IRS would NOT demand the sale of your home or your liquidation of 401k when determining a payment plan.
However, they would consider liquidation of your assets during an OFFER.
Majority of our clients who have gotten their taxes written off due to expired statute succeded via a low monthly payment plan.
Your taxes would be aged out and fall off your IRS transcript after 10 years CSED.
I hope all your questions have been answered. If you are curious to learn more, EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240.463.9019