Tuesday 21 Nov 2017
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Streamline Tax Resolution, LLC

Navigating Your IRS Issue Just Got Easier

 

"Tax problems don't just disappear. In fact, if left unresolved, the IRS can seize your property.We are committed to helping our clients get their lives back by protecting their assets & getting the best tax resolution the law allows. This could possibly mean settling tax debt for just a fraction of what's owed"

Streamline Tax Resolution CEO Craig Thomas, CPA, Certified Tax Resolution Specialist

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At Streamline Tax Resolution, we work hard to get our clients' tax debt reduced, and provide protection from the IRS. Below, are possible solutions for businesses and individuals alike, who find themselves in trouble with the IRS.

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If you have unfiled tax returns to deal with, we can help. Having unfiled tax returns is a serious offense, punishable by law. It is also important to note that the IRS will not entertain any type of settlement or arrangement until all legally required returns are filed, and the taxpayer is in full filing compliance. Both individuals and businesses have a variety of reasons for not filing tax returns, including not realizing that they had to file, intentionally not filing because they’re unable to afford the amount owed, or afraid of being hit with tax penalties. Despite of what you have heard, you have the right to file your original tax return, no matter how late it's filed.

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When you fail to pay Payroll Taxes to the IRS, you suddenly have to deal with the largest and most powerful collection agency in the world. Unpaid payroll taxes will not only generate huge IRS penalties and debt, but may also be considered a federal crime. In their pursuit of collection of Payroll Tax debt, the IRS will make certain you feel their wrath. Bottom line: Unpaid payroll taxes can cause you to lose your business and your freedom.

 

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An installment agreement can be negotiated with the IRS or State tax Agency to make repaying a tax debt more

manageableIf you can't pay your back taxes in full, but could potentially pay them back over time, Streamline Tax Resolution can help negotiate a reasonable monthly payment plan with the IRS. Once an IRS Payment Plan is established, the IRS will not enforce collection action, including the levying of bank accounts or wages, as long as you remain current with all filing and payment obligations.

 

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A levy is a legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt. For example, the IRS can issue a bank levy to take your cash in savings and checkng accounts. Levies are different from liens. A lien is a claim used as security for the tax debt, while a levy actually takes the property to satisfy the tax debt. If you do not pay your taxes (or make arrangements to settle your debt), the IRS or State agency may seize and sell any type of real or personal property that you own or have an interest in.

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The IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC) program was established by the U.S. Congress to help taxpayers who have experienced significant financial problems to get a fresh start, if they qualify. Back tax liabilities, penalties and interest can be settled. All federal tax liens can be released once the IRS accepts the OIC and the negotiated settlement amount is paid.

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An IRS Letter or IRS Notice should explain the reason for its issuance, and provide instructions for responding. Many taxpayers make the mistake of either disregarding these notices entirely, or failing to read them carefully enough to determine whether an additional tax amount is being assessed. No response to an IRS or State Collection Notice is always the worst possible course of action. If a tax agency does not receive a timely response after issuing an official Tax Notice, they will take action to collect the outstanding debt.  During this time, penalties and interest will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance. Failure to resolve an outstanding tax debt can result in a variety of collection efforts, including wage garnishments, tax liens and tax levies.

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The IRS can place a Wage Garnishment on your W-2 & 1099 wages when you have past due tax liabilities. The IRS can force your employer or vendors to hold back your weekly wage to pay off your tax debt. Having your wages garnished can be a difficult and embarrassing experience. 

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If you have unfiled tax returns to deal with, we can help. Having unfiled tax returns is a serious offense, punishable by law. It is also important to note that the IRS will not entertain any type of settlement or arrangement until all legally required returns are filed, and the taxpayer is in full filing compliance. Both individuals and businesses have a variety of reasons for not filing tax returns, including not realizing that they had to file, intentionally not filing because they’re unable to afford the amount owed, or afraid of being hit with tax penalties. Despite of what you have heard, you have the right to file your original tax return, no matter how late it's filed.


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