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Tax Resolution Solutions - Don't fear the IRS

Bankruptcy and Taxes

Like many people, you may have heard that taxes can’t be fixed by bankruptcy, but that’s not true. Although there are certain types of taxes that are not dischargeable, including…

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Innocent Spouse Relief

If you have filed a joint tax return with your spouse, both you and your spouse and individually and jointly responsible to pay the IRS all taxes, penalties and interest…

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Offer In Compromise (OIC)

If you owe a significant tax liability, or are engaged in a dispute related to taxes owed, there may be options available to work out a settlement for less than…

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Installment Agreements

If you owe the IRS more than you can afford to pay all at once, one approach to resolve your tax debt is to ask the IRS to accept the…

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Currently Not Collectible (CNC) Status

If you are experiencing extreme financial difficulties, you may be eligible for currently not collectible “CNC” status. Our advisors review your specific circumstances to advise whether CNC status is a…

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Payroll Tax Problems

If you owe Payroll Taxes, you are in danger of losing your business……. The IRS Doesn’t Care About Your Financial Problems They Just Want You to Pay Your Payroll Taxes!…


Foreign Bank Accounts

Since 2008 the Federal Government has been cracking down on the offshore (mostly Swiss) bank accounts historically used by many wealthier Americans to avoid disclosure and taxation of income to…

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IRS Tax Audit

An audit is a lengthy and in-depth examination of a taxpayer’s tax return. The IRS can select a tax return to audit for any number of reasons. An item on a…


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