Currently not Collectible | Flat Fee Tax Debt Help

What is Non-Collectible Status? Currently not Collectible Status

Having a taxpayer declared to be Currently not Collectible can have many positive outcomes. Being placed into Currently not Collectible status is a situation where the taxpayer can demonstrate that paying the IRS constitutes an “economic hardship.” To be placed in non-collectible status the monthly “IRS allowable expenses” must exceed monthly income on Form 433-A or 433-F.

It is important to understand and know what the IRS allows as an expense and how much the IRS allows for each expense. It is also important to understand that this is usually just a temporary solution. By “temporary” we mean that usually Currently not Collectible status runs for 18 to 24 months. The IRS can reassess the individual’s ability to pay at that time.

While in Currently not Collectible status, the time that the IRS has to collect continues to run. What does that mean? As an example, if someone owes a $60,000 tax debt and the IRS has 5 years left to collect the tax debt and furthermore you have been in Currently not Collectible status for 24 months, then only 36 months remains to collect. So, it is possible to run out the clock (Statute of Limitations) on the tax debt. This strategy can be very tricky to maneuver and it would be best to have an experienced tax professional handle this. Be aware, the IRS can take away Currently not Collectible status whenever they wish.

If the IRS has declared a taxpayer to be Currently not Collectible and you owe $10,000 or more, your best bet may be to submit a tax settlement. An Offer in Compromise (also referred to as the ‘Fresh Start Program) are the most advertised and least accepted IRS solution.

It is possible that our tax professionals have you placed into Currently not Collectible status while we put together your Offer in Compromise submission.

Think about it. The IRS has declared that you cannot pay your tax debt. By being Currently not Collectible, the IRS keeps your tax debt alive. An Offer in Compromise settles your tax debt altogether.

Tax Settlement – Offer in Compromise

I am Dave Rosa. It is my duty and responsibility to prove you with an honest and comprehensive evaluation of your IRS problem. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. I have been providing evaluations for more than 15 years. You will know if the best way to go is to place you in Currently not Collectible status or not.

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Wage Garnishment | IRS Flat Fee Tax Debt Help

Wage Garnishments – Tax Levy – IRS Garnishment

If you have an ongoing tax debt and the IRS feels that you’re not paying fast enough, the agency has the option of garnishing your wages.  A wage garnishment (IRS Tax Levy) is simply a legal seizure of your wages (paycheck) so that the government can satisfy the outstanding tax debt.  Typically, an IRS wage garnishment is very severe and only allows you to keep a small portion of your wages.

The IRS will an order to levy to your employer, and before the wage garnishment starts you’ll be asked to complete a garnishment form.  You’ll have three days to determine how many tax exemptions you’re allowed to take, and it is these exemptions that will determine how much money you get to keep for living expenses.  If you don’t complete the form in time, the IRS will proceed in a manner that works for them.  With every paycheck, a portion will go to you and the rest will go to the IRS.


If you are facing wage garnishment (IRS Tax Levy), you owe it to yourself to consult with the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service.  When you meet with us, we’ll ask you several questions, such as:

  • Were your wages garnished while you were in bankruptcy?
  • Did the IRS send you proper notices?
  • Have filed all of your tax returns?
  • Has the Statute of Limitations on the collection expired?
  • Do you have a spousal defense?
IRS Garnishment – Wage Garnishment

These are just a few of the reasons why the IRS might choose to stop and release the wage garnishment.  There are other circumstances and options available to you as well.  This is why you should meet with an experienced tax professional, who has has a track record, to discuss your particular tax problem and all of the tax relief options available to you.

The most important thing to remember is that if you do not have to live with an ongoing wage garnishment (IRS tax levy). A tax garnishment doesn’t have to be as crippling as the IRS wants it to be.  True, out of all your creditors, the IRS is legally allowed to take the largest portion of your wages.  And, unlike other creditors, it doesn’t have to go to court to get a judgement before doing so.  Working with Powell Tax Law, you can work out a tax settlement or at the very least a installment agreement with the IRS so that if you must live under wage garnishment, you can still have a life.

I am Dave Rosa. It is always my pleasure and my duty to provide everyone who calls in, to provide a comprehensive and realistic evaluation of your tax problems.

Still, the best way to deal with wage garnishment is to avoid it altogether.  The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service can represent you when the prospect of garnishment is still only a threat or is actually an order to levy.  All the possible alternatives to wage garnishment – bank loans, collection delays, payment plans, offer in compromise (IRS settlement) – have one thing in common: they are negotiated by people who understand the system.  If you’re not that person, you need professional help.  Remember, the IRS has the right to take other property such as your bank account and other assets to satisfy an outstanding tax debt.  Let out team of professionals represent you so you can make other arrangements.

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Offer in Compromise | Flat Fee Tax Debt Help

Offer In Compromise

The tax professionals and IRS Tax Pros at Flat Fee Tax Service have years of experience in negotiating Offer in Compromise settlements. We provide tax debt help throughout the United States. Working with our tax professionals substantially improves your Offer in Compromise process. Eliminate stress and uncertainty while getting the lowest settlement amount possible by working with Flat Fee Tax Service.


If you are struggling to pay your back taxes, you may qualify for an Offer in Compromise. This program may allow you to settle back taxes or IRS liability at a substantial discount on the basis of doubt of liability, collect-ability or effective tax administration.

Nearly all successful tax settlements through an Offer in Compromise are due to the inability of the taxpayer to pay their tax debt after paying their daily allowable expenses.

Established by the Internal Revenue Service, the Offer in Compromise Program is a formal application to the IRS requesting that it accept less than full payment for what you owe in taxes, interest, and penalties. This out of court agreement negotiates your back taxes and places collection efforts on hold and prohibits the IRS from instituting a tax levy of your assets and wages.

Offer in Compromise – Tax Settlement

While it is possible to submit an application yourself, many people complete the forms incorrectly, overstate their assets and income, and offer too much. IRS figures show that 75% of offers are returned immediately due to incorrect forms. Of the 25% that are processed, approximately 50% are rejected. This is why it’s important to work with an experienced tax consultant throughout your Offer in Compromise process.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my pleasure and duty to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your IRS problems. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes of your time. By the time our consultation ends, you will know if an Offer in Compromise will solve your tax debt problem.

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Tax Debt Help | Back Taxes | Flat Fee Tax Service

Back Taxes – IRS Tax Debt Help

Are you getting tired of looking over your shoulder as you wonder if the IRS is closing in on you?  The IRS has 10 years to collect (from date of assessment) any taxes you owe, so getting behind with your taxes is not a problem that will go away any time soon.  The smart move is to stop everything, focus on your IRS problem, and make a plan to deal with your back taxes.  There is no scenario in which the IRS decides to “let it go this time”.  Anybody who tells you otherwise should immediately be disqualified from giving tax advice.

The first step in a good tax relief plan is to gather the correct forms for all the tax years in question.  Do you have all the proper employer year-end tax forms?  How about the bank or brokerage firm statements?  If not, you’ve got to arrange to get copies. There is simply no way to avoid filing a tax return for each of the tax years you missed, and before you can file a tax return you must have the proper records before you.

If you are missing your income statements our team of tax professionals can order than them from the IRS.

Once we have gathered your tax information, IRS Tax Attorney will be ready to immediately begin filing back tax returns, you’ve got to assess your general situation with regard to your taxes.  Are your tax returns normally simple to file?  Are you behind because of simple negligence or because some event in your life took precedent?  If so, you may be able to spread all those papers out on the dining room table and solve your problem on your own. It is always better to have your tax returns prepared by a professional.

If you own a business, have recently been through a divorce, if you changed jobs, or if you have made or lost significant amounts of money through investments, things can get complicated beyond your ability to deal with them at the dining room table.  If this is your present situation, you really should consider working with one of our professionals here at Flat Fee Tax Service (1-866-747-7435).

Unfiled Tax Returns – The Ramifications.

Once your back tax returns (unfiled tax returns) are filed, you’ll have to deal with paying any tax you have due, plus all associated late fees and penalties.  Generally, these can be set up on a payment plan and sometimes you can even apply for a waiver of penalties if you have a reasonable excuse for not filing on time. You cannot settle with the iRS until you are compliant with your tax returns.

The most important thing to remember is this: you CAN resolve your situation with back taxes.  You just need a plan, and most likely you need to work with someone who can quickly move you through the process.  At Flat Fee Tax Service, we understand the situation you’re in with back taxes, and we have the experience to guide you through the process so that you can start living your life looking forward, not backward.

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What Should You Expect When Resolving Your Tax Debt in San Diego – Los Angeles, CA

San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos-Los Angeles, CA 

When you are trying to resolve your tax debt, you can expect some changes to happen. You can expect to have some instant relief and some relief after a certain period. As IRS problems take some time to develop, so resolving a tax debt will also take some time. If you are in San Diego, Los Angeles, Carlsbad and San Macros and you are trying to resolve your tax debt, you can get tax relief by calling 1-866-747-7435.

It is possible to resolve tax debt and you can do that with the help of our tax professionals. We provide expert IRS tax problem resolution service in your area, we are also rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.

Free Consultation

I am Dave Rosa. At Flat Fee Tax Service, we offer a free consultation in San Diego, Los Angeles, Carlsbad and San Macros. You can simply call 1-866-747-7435 for your free consultation. During our 20 to 30 conversation, I will evaluate your case, the present situation and the possible tax relief options for resolving the case. You should provide all the necessary information so we can determine the next steps to be taken for resolution of your tax debt.

If you are satisfied with the free consultation session, you can hire us as your the tax resolution service provider to negotiate and resolve your tax debt. If you do not like the session, you can always go to other tax service providers.

When you decide to hire an experienced tax professional to represent you in the resolution of your tax debt, the process of tax resolution begins. You can expect to have a licensed power of attorney negotiating your case, who will be in constant contact with you. Most of the tax representatives are IRS licensed enrolled agents, tax attorneys, or C.P.A.’s. Make sure you hire an experienced tax representative, and not a tax preparer.

Upon retention, we will immediately develop a strategy to resolve your tax debt. You can directly contact your power of attorney with any questions. We, as your tax debt professional, will represent you before the IRS or before the State if necessary. We will perform the necessary negotiations with the IRS to get you tax relief and other options from the IRS.

While choosing a tax attorney, CPA or Enrolled Agent serving San Diego, Los Angeles, Carlsbad and San Macros, make sure you check out the tax debt relief firm by checking with the better business bureau.

Get expert tax debt help today by calling Flat Fee Tax Service at 1-866-747-7435.

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Filing Tax Returns | Lower the Amount of Taxes You Owe | Flat Fee Tax Service

File Tax Returns to Replace Returns Created by the IRS – Substitute for Returns (SFR)

This can be the best solution for immediately lowering the amount of taxes the IRS says you owe. Even if the IRS has already filed a “Substitute for Return” for you (SFR), you still have the right to file your tax return through the audit reconsideration process.

As a “rule of thumb” when the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service challenge the IRS created “Substitute for Return” and our team replaces these inflated returns with a real tax return, we have been able to cut the IRS tax debt in half.

When the IRS creates a tax debt by use of a Substitute for Return, the IRS is armed with an inflated tax debt and now has the power to enforce collection. Tax liens, a tax levy, IRS garnishment is sure to follow. Failure to file a tax return will waive your rights to settle your tax debt.

Filing your tax return may cause a significant reduction in the amount of tax debt you owe. But a taxpayer needs to be careful, sending your tax return to the wrong place or making mistakes on the tax return can cause significant delays and/or cause the IRS to reject your “new” tax return. It is important to understand the method and procedures for filing old tax returns to ensure that your tax return is properly processed and that you receive the credit you deserve.


Unfiled Tax Returns – Substitute for Returns

I am Dave Rosa. It is always my pleasure and duty to provide a thorough, comprehensive evaluation of your tax problems. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes. Time well worth your while.

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IRS Asset Seizures | It Can Happen To You | Flat Fee Tax Service

Taxpayers who are not initially able to pay their taxes can first expect to receive some notices in the mail, along with a set of instructions explaining their rights as taxpayers. Many times, an IRS Seizure can be resolved with an installment plan using Form 9465 or going online (IRS website). However, taxpayers who owe large balances on their tax returns and refuse to communicate with the IRS will eventually face the possibility of having a tax lien or tax levy (wages – paycheck – bank account) placed on some or all of their property. Here’s how this process works and how it can be avoided.

Tax Liens – A federatax lien is a public notice that someone owes back taxes to the IRS. It gives the IRS the authority to seize any proceeds from sales of any real estate/property by a delinquent taxpayer. The rules pertaining to tax liens are outlined in Section 6321 of the IRS Code. Tax liens prevent delinquent taxpayers from selling their property with a clean title until the IRS has been paid in full or the IRS agrees to subordinate the lien. Furthermore, the tax lien follows the property and not the taxpayer/owner, which means that anyone unlucky enough to buy the asset from the taxpayer will inherit the tax lien as well. Then the IRS has two people that it can go after for its money. Now do you see how this works?

IRS Seizure – Tax Levy

There are two types of tax liens; one is a “silent automatic tax lien” and the other involves a notice sent from the IRS to the recorder’s office of the taxpayer’s county of residence. The latter type of lien is listed by the various credit reporting services and will have a substantial negative impact on the taxpayer’s credit score. The only way that a tax lien can be released is via payment in full, plus interest and penalties, discharging the tax debt in bankruptcy or an Offer in Compromise. If the enforcement time has expired (Statute of Limitations) for tax collection expires, then that can also release the tax lien.

Appealing and Avoiding a Tax Lien – Taxpayers can protest a tax lien with the IRS Office of Appeals. Should you decide to try this on your own, you will need to contact the manager of the unit that is filing the tax lien first. If that does not prevent the tax lien, then they must send Form 9423, the Collection Appeal Request, to the collection office. An appeals officer will decide the taxpayer’s case within five business days. However, it should be noted that these steps will seldom prevent a tax lien. Taxpayers who receive notices of liens should contact the IRS Taxpayer Advocate immediately and do their best to convince them (remember this, they are still the IRS) that posting the tax lien is not in their best interest, because it will reduce your credit score and thereby interfere with your ability to pay your tax debt by means such as a loan.

A Tax Levy (IRS Garnishment)- If the IRS is not able to recover unpaid taxes with a tax lien, then the next step is to levy the taxpayer’s assets. A tax levy is the actual seizure of taxpayer assets (wages, paycheck, bank account, rental income, etc.) by the IRS. This is the final method of enforcement of taxation when all other attempts to collect taxes have failed. Tax levy notices are usually issued to the employers and financial institutions of delinquent taxpayers.

The rules and procedures for a tax levy on an asset are outlined in Section 6330 of the Internal Revenue Code. The IRS must provide the taxpayer with a written notice of intent to levy along with an explanation of the right to appeal at least 30 days before taking action. Please note, the IRS can send the Notice of Intent to Levy and the Notice to Levy to any address that they have on file for you. If you have moved at any time, the IRS notice could have been sent to an old address. Furthermore, the IRS only has to sent the Notice to Levy once.



Taxpayers can try to head off this action by negotiating with the IRS and setting up a payment plan or selling off an asset. An Offer in Compromise can absolutely work here too, but more drastic measures such as bankruptcy or changing employers may also be necessary. THE TAX PROFESSIONALS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE DO NOT RECOMMEND THAT A TAXPAYER QUIT THEIR JOB. IT IS TOTALLY UNNECESSARY.

There are also situations where taxpayers can gift or transfer certain assets to other family members in order to prevent them being seized by the IRS. Putting paper assets into safe deposit box with their own tax ID number can often keep them out of reach. Taxpayers can also try to show the IRS that an asset being seized has little value. But the most effective strategy when dealing with a tax levy is to convince the IRS that the IRS garnishment will directly create a financial hardship that will only make it more difficult to pay the tax.

I am Dave Rosa. For more than a decade it has been my pleasure and duty to provide taxpayers with a comprehensive tax relief consultation. Our conversation will only take 20 to 30 minutes. This will be well worth your time.

The Bottom Line – The IRS has enormous power to issue tax liens and/or a tax levy against taxpayers who refuse or neglect to pay their tax debt. Taxpayers have rights during these proceedings. There are many strategies that can be used to try to prevent or delay the IRS from seizing personal as well as business assets. For more information, give our tax professionals a call.

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Tax Debt Settlement | Flat Fee Tax Service

Tax Negotiation & Tax Settlement

What Is A Tax Settlement?

A tax settlement is an arrangement which is acceptable to the IRS or state taxing authorities and will allow a taxpayer to retire an outstanding tax debt for less than the original tax debt owed.  Taxation authorities sometimes allow this type of tax settlement when extenuating circumstances exist that would prevent the taxpayer from paying off the full debt.  While not every situation is appropriate for engaging in a tax settlement process, individuals who owe taxes often find that tax authorities are willing to explore the individual situation to determine if a tax settlement is possible.  This is typically based on current tax regulations and the circumstances of the taxpayer.


Benefits of an IRS Settlement

There are several terrific benefits associated with attempting to negotiate a tax settlement.

  • Pay Less Now – The most obvious is that the taxpayer ultimately pays a considerably lower amount of money to the tax authority.  Assuming that the situation of the applicant meets certain qualifications, a tax settlement amount may be determined and presented within a very short period of time. Once the balance is paid based on a mutually agreement, the account is considered settled-in-full, meaning that the taxpayer is no longer subject to late fees and other types of penalties that would be incurred otherwise.
  • Avoid Tax Liens and a Tax Garnishment – Another benefit of a tax settlement is that the taxpayer avoids the placement of tax liens on a home or business, a bank levy on one or more available accounts, or the implementation of a tax garnishment (Wage garnishment) on his or her paycheck.

How Does Tax Settlement Work?

The IRS will allow a taxpayer to either negotiate a tax settlement for less than the total amount owed or come to an agreement on another method for the IRS to collect taxes owed over time. For either of these situations the taxpayer must meet the qualifications of one of the tax settlement programs set forth by the IRS. The taxpayer will first have to determine which type of tax settlement they would like to apply for and then submit the appropriate forms to the IRS for review before making a decision. A taxpayer can either fill out the information themselves or they can have an experienced tax professional make the filing on their behalf.

Typically, the negotiation of the tax settlement remains between the individual and the IRS or tax authority involved, and may include a third party (Tax Attorney, C.P.A. or Enrolled Agent) if the taxpayer seeks professional tax settlement assistance. Firms that specialize in tax resolution can, surprisingly, also help to lower the costs to the individual, since there is typically a very positive outcome to seeking the assistance of a tax relief professional.

In many instances, a tax settlement calls for paying off the entire tax settlement amount within a specified period of time.  During that time frame, no late taxes or tax interest is assessed on the balance of the tax settlement. Taxpayers may choose to pay off the settlement offer in one lump sum.  If this is not possible, the IRS or tax authorities will set up an Installment Agreement that is within the means of the taxpayer, with the last payment coinciding with the final date attached to the tax settlement offer. Once a settlement has been reached by both parties, the taxpayer will be considered good standing with the IRS for the tax year/years that the settlement covered (unless the taxpayer defaults or doesn’t hold up to all the terms of the agreement).



Who Is Eligible for Tax Settlement?

You do not need to be “destitute” to qualify for a tax settlement. The IRS offers settlements to taxpayers that are struggling with their tax debts after they pay what is called “allowable expenses.

I am Dave Rosa. It is both my pleasure and duty to provide you with a free and comprehensive evaluation of you tax debt problem. I am here to provide you with solutions. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. It will be well worth your time.

The IRS allows the taxpayer to pay housing, car payment, up-keep of the car, health insurance, utilities and other allowable expenses. If you do not have enough to pay the tax debt after subtracting out these expense, you have a very good opportunity to settle with the IRS.


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Will an Offer in Compromise Stop a Tax Levy | Flat Fee Tax Service

An Offer in Compromise is an IRS tax Settlement: The good, the bad, and the ugly.

There are many positives and negatives to deciding whether an Offer in Compromise is the right next-step in resolving your IRS debt.

One thing is for sure:  An Offer in Compromise (a/k/a OIC) is not a one-size-fits-all affair.  There are many factors to think about before attempting to settle with the IRS.

A successful tax settlement can put a smile on your face and have you jumping for joy (the IRS said yes and your tax debts are over!).

Or, like “all things IRS” the IRS, an Offer in Compromise (OIC) can leave you a little frustrated as it requires an understanding of how to navigate though the IRS settlement guidelines that often have no fairness or reason.

What you want, though, is to know what to expect, and to make a fully informed decision about whether the IRS compromise process is right for you.

Here, then, are the good, the bad, and the ugly of an Offer in Compromise:

The Good:

  • An OIC can be as advertised – a fresh start from your IRS debt.
  • No more looking over your shoulder with fear of an IRS seizure of your wages or bank accounts.
  • Improved credit score – after an offer in compromise is complete, the IRS will release all tax liens filed against you.
  • IRS collections are put on hold while the Offer in Compromise is investigated. After acceptance, you will have peace from IRS certified mail letters, visits from IRS Revenue Officers and wondering what’s around the corner.
  • You have put the IRS behind you and can buy a house, a car, and save for retirement.

    The Bad or not so good:
  • The IRS will do a comprehensive investigation of your finances before settling, requiring completion of their Form 433A or 433B to disclose your income, expenses and assets.
  • You will have to tell the IRS where you work and bank, and list your assets, including your house, cars, valuables and retirement accounts.
  • Verification will be required, including an IRS review of your paystubs, tax returns, bank statements, business profit and loss, and proof of payment of your monthly bills.
  • While an Offer in Compromise is being reviewed, the IRS timeline to collect from you (10 years), stops running. In that regard, it can be a bad idea to try to settle when only a few years remaining for the IRS to collect.
  • After acceptance, the IRS will put you on a five year probation, requiring full compliance in filing and payment of all taxes.  Not performing to IRS expectations going forward will default the settlement.

    The Ugly (Not all that ugly)
  • An Offer in Compromise is not a quick fix – a settlement offer can take the IRS a minimum of 9-12 months to investigate, with another 6 months if appeal is needed; the IRS then allows 5-24 months to pay the tax settlement.
  • The IRS has guidelines that can impose their will over yours on budgeting matters. Making credit card payments, or have a high monthly mortgage or car loan?  Forget it, the IRS may want that money in their settlement calculations.
  • If the IRS determines they can collect the amount you owe, your settlement offer will be turned down (with appeal rights).
  • The IRS does not have an open door policy on offers.  It is not a handshake deal – the settlement amount is not based on fairness but collectibility of the debt.
  • The IRS most recently rejected 60% of the offers it received, consisting of 41,000 rejections out of 68,000 submissions.



It is easy to be lead to believe how simple it all is.  And make no mistake, an Offer in Compromise can be a wonderful way to rid yourself for good of the IRS.  But like the Clint Eastwood film, you need to know the good, the bad and the ugly to make sure that an OIC is the right move for you.

And keep in mind that there are other tax relief options – a settlement compromise is not the only way to clear the IRS out of your life.  The IRS can agree that you owe the tax debt but not force you to repay it (known as being Currently not Collectible, where the IRS puts you in their bad debt category and leave you alone). The IRS has 10 years to collect taxes – maybe you let the time frame expire (Statute of Limitations) rather than compromising.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my responsibility and my pleasure to provide a thorough, comprehensive and free consultation. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes.

At the end of our conversation, you will have a complete understanding how you tax problem can be relieved.

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IRS Tax Settlement | IRS Problem | Los Angeles | Flat Fee Tax Service

IRS Problem – IRS Tax Settlement – Los Angeles – California

The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service specializes in IRS tax problem resolution for businesses and individuals. If you have received a notice please call us today at 866-747-7435. We understand tax laws, tax rules and are experts at representing taxpayers before the IRS. We can also help with IRS problems.

Flat Fee Tax Service provides valuable IRS tax debt help and is committed to helping you find a fair solution to your tax debt issue. We will work with you to file back taxes, end an IRS garnishment, avoid property seizure, stop a tax levy and tax liens. An IRS Tax Attorney will resolve your IRS problem. When you work with our IRS tax problem specialists we will, during our consultation, analyze your situation and outline your tax relief options for you. We can help solve your IRS problems and end the harassing phone calls.



(Filing Back Taxes)

Not filing your taxes can happen for many reasons. The most important first step is to get up to date (IRS compliant) and file your back returns. The tax professionals at Flat fee Tax Service will work with the IRS on your behalf to resolve any past tax return issues, file your back taxes and do all we can to minimize your back tax debt and any penalties associated with your failure to file.

The IRS will not allow you to use other tax debt relief options like an Offer in Compromise or Installment Agreement until your back taxes are filed. Once the back tax returns are filed we can work with the IRS to arrange tax settlement methods if you are unable to pay the balance due.


Never ignore a notice from the IRS, especially a “Notice of Intent to Levy” – it can have very serious consequences. The IRS can place a tax lien on your property, house, car or wages or even go as far as seizing your property in order to collect the back taxes. Contact our tax professionals immediately so we can stop a tax levy and begin to negotiate a tax settlement on your behalf. When you work through the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service, we can show the IRS that you are trying to resolve the issue quickly.

IRS Garnishment – Wage Garnishment

An IRS Garnishment – Wage Garnishment is one of the ways the IRS uses to collect the taxes you owe. If they contact your employer they will demand that your employer send at least part of your wages (maybe all of it) to the IRS to cover your tax debt. If your wages and paycheck have been garnished, contact our tax professionals immediately if you want to save your paycheck in one day. We will contact the IRS to stop te IRS Garnishment and work out an arrangement to settle your tax debt.


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Offer in Compromise – Tax Settlement

Not everyone will qualify for an Offer in Compromise (OIC), an IRS settlement agreement, A successful Offer in Compromise can help you settle your tax debt for less than what you owe. We are experienced tax professionals who have experience negotiating Offers in Compromise with the IRS. Contact us today so we can determine if your situation qualifies for this special program.


Installment Agreement

When you cannot afford to pay your tax debt immediately, tax professionals can help you negotiate lowest possible Installment Agreement with the IRS. This type of payment plan option is good for those who cannot afford a lump sum payment to cover their tax debt but have to many assets to settle.

Currently not Collectible

When your account is placed into a Currently Not Collectible status, that means that your tax debt is removed from the IRS’ active collection status. You may owe less than $10,000 (the minimum for an Offer in Compromise) or you have some assets that may not be accessible to you. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out on the collectibilty of your tax debt. Contact us today so we can help you determine if you qualify.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my pleasure and duty to provide all who call for their free consultation a complete and thorough evaluation. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. When we finish, you will know what all of your tax relief options.

Our team of tax professionals not only have a stellar record of success, but we provide our clients with very affordable tax debt help.

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