Flat Fee Tax Service announces another successful IRS Offer in Compromise. Our client Steve G. of Inglewood, Florida came to us for a consultation as he faced IRS levies and an IRS tax debt of $41,000.
The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service prepared Steve G.’s Offer in Compromise and it is our pleasure to announce that Steve G. received an IRS settlement of $1000 on a tax debt of $41,000.
THAT IS WHAT WE CALL A REAL FRESH START.
With IRS Offer in Compromise acceptance rates at record highs, the time to take advantage of the IRS Fresh Start Initiative is now. The tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. knows how difficult it has been to have an IRS Offer in Compromise accepted by Revenue Officers. Even now with rates at an all-time high, every “t” needs to be crossed and every “i” needs to be dotted. If you are a struggling taxpayer and find yourself in a delinquent income tax debt crisis and you believe an IRS Offer in Compromise could be the answer for you, your best option is to work with a tax resolution experts with a proven track record of success.
96% of the IRS Offer in Compromise settlements prepared by Flat Fee Tax Service have been successfully accepted by the IRS. We do not represent everyone, but, the clients that we do represent receive positive results.
YOUR IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE OPPORTUNITIES HAVE BEEN INCREASED.
Without question, the IRS, through the IRS Fresh Start Initiative, is more willing than ever to accept an Offer in Compromise today than ever before. Given the current Federal budget crisis that recently was exacerbated by the government shutdown, is it surprising that such a change has taken place? The Federal government is broke and needs capital resources, and, the IRS has been directed to resolve delinquent tax cases as quickly as possible. Wouldn’t it be a shame if you missed such a great opportunity by having your Offer in Compromise rejected due to technicalities and the mishandling of your case by an inexperienced accountant?
Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. wants to make sure that you are able to take advantage of this unique opportunity. Previously, IRS Offer in Compromise rejections was more than commonplace with a rejection rate of over 75%, and the majority of settlement Offers are still not accepted on account of such mishandling and technicalities. Still, with proper guidance and support, the IRS Offer in Compromise acceptance rate is in your favor. In addition, the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has a sterling record of having the vast majority of our Offer in Compromise accepted by the IRS.
95% of the IRS Offer in Compromise settlements prepared by
Flat Fee Tax Service have been accepted.
The IRS nationwide Offer in Compromise approval rate is 42%.
DO YOU NEED A FRESH START?
If you are a struggling taxpayer and need an IRS Offer in Compromise, please do not make the mistake of winging it on your own or asking for help from the family accountant. No offense to your local accountant, but, in all honesty, how many successful IRS Offer in Compromise settlements has your local accountant prepared? Using an experienced accountant or bookkeeper results almost all the time in rejection and a waste of time and money.
Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has had countless clients in the past who have come to us after an IRS Offer in Compromise had been rejected. Although we were able to help them, it is so much better if you come to us first.
DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE:
1. Guided by our Christian Values.
2. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Maintain an A-Rating.
3. No Client Complaints.
4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. 95% Offer in Compromise success rate.
6. Stop and release IRS levy in 1 day (most clients).
7. Very Affordable Fees (see our website for fees).
8. Fees are paid in monthly installments.
9. Honest, dependable and thorough.
With IRS Offer in Compromise rates at an all-time high, please do not hesitate to contact us for the help you need.
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