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IRS Tax Resolution Companies – Your Best Solution – Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service is a full-service tax debt negotiation and resolution company serving individual taxpayers, corporations, associations, and small business.

The IRS income tax resolution team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers financially struggling taxpayers a clear understanding of the procedures to resolve your income tax problem and to provide our clients with realistic expectations as to probable outcomes. The number one job of our IRS tax resolution team is to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount, under the most favorable schedule, allowed by law. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will not allow you to retain our team’s income tax relief services unless you are an eligible candidate for IRS income tax relief.

During our free and confidential consultation, our team will evaluate your IRS income tax problem and advise you of your options. We will give you our direct and honest assessment. Our tax resolution team will let you know what needs to happen to relieve you of your income tax problem. The IRS has very strict guidelines IRS settlement eligibility. Our tax relief team will advise you up front, prior to you hiring us. Flat Fee Tax Service will advise you as to the tax relief options that are available.

Our tax relief team will have a comprehensive plan for you, the financially struggling taxpayer, after a review of your IRS filings, other documentary information you provide to us and a comprehensive financial interview. This ethical and honest approach to income tax problem resolution has helped Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. achieve high client satisfaction.


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Flat Fee Tax Service offers IRS income tax resolution services to taxpayers with more than $10,000 in overdue income tax debt. Our clients work directly with the experienced IRS Tax Attorney who will assure that your rights are preserved and you pay the lowest amount of tax allowed by law, on terms that you can afford.

There is a reason we named our tax resolution company, Flat Fee Tax Service. We have always worked on a flat fee basis for an agreed scope of work that will resolve your income tax problem and DO NOT require the whole fee up front!

Many tax resolution companies have tried to copy our method of helping financially struggling taxpayers. What income tax resolution company will do the following for one low and affordable fee?

  1. Stop, Remove and Release an IRS Wage Levy in one (1) Day.
  2. Prepare up to three (3) missing, unfiled tax returns.
  3. Prepare your IRS Settlement through the Offer in Compromise program.



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IRS income tax problems are more common than you think. One (1) in six (6), or approximately 26 million of 153 million individual taxpayers across the United States (and beyond our borders) either disagree over what the income tax owed to the IRS or conversely, agree with the past due income tax debt. At this time, most taxpayers cannot pay their income tax debt in full. Of the 26 million individual taxpayers with an IRS problem, about half owe the IRS $20,000 or more. Almost ALL of these taxpayers are in the lower 99%. Many millions do not have enough money to pay the entire amount due in one payment or make payments. Until the IRS the entire income tax debt is paid in full or settled, the interest and penalties will increase and the IRS enforcement becomes ever more intrusive on household finances.

The IRS Is An Unforgiving Creditor To Naive Taxpayers.

The IRS is the most powerful collection agency on the planet Earth. The IRS has the power to seize bank accounts, garnish your wages, your Social Security, SSDI, Veteran’s Pension and force the immediate sale of homes and other property. The IRS collects income tax debt by a variety of extremely intrusive means, and the taxpayer is always playing defense. To collect your money, the IRS will completely disrupt the economic life of a taxpayer, without regard to future consequence for the taxpayer. Once you become a client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., our income tax resolution team, will stop IRS enforcement actions and start the process to settle your income tax problem.

The IRS Collection and Enforcement Actions Can Be Stopped.

The IRS is not going willingly help a financially struggling taxpayer but there are procedures a taxpayer can use to prevent the seizure of assets such as a wage levy (garnishment). If a taxpayer is eligible to negotiate the amount they owe to a steeply discounted rate through the Offer in Compromise program or to work out a payment plan that the taxpayer can afford. The settlement procedures are arcane, they are not publicized by the IRS and the IRS will not assist a taxpayer in settling their income tax debt. The purpose of the IRS is to collect money. The purpose of the IRS is not to assist a taxpayer on how they can rid themselves of an income tax debt. Taxpayers whose economic life and well being are at stake will receive a better result by engaging an experienced tax resolution professional to execute proper procedures and to negotiate for them. Positive results happen when you have expert advocates on your side.



A Flat Fee Tax Service a IRS Tax Attorney Can Stop IRS Collection Actions, Can Negotiate Tax Debt Amounts and Can Structure Payment Arrangements that the Taxpayer Can Afford.

Our IRS tax resolution team will go to work immediately to obtain tax relief for you. Your Flat Fee Tax Service IRS Tax Attorney will take immediate action to stop IRS levies on bank accounts and IRS seizure of assets. After your IRS levy is stopped and released, will start to negotiate with the IRS to arrive at an amount that the taxpayer can afford.

Flat Fee Tax Service Specializes in Negotiating and Settling Income Tax Debts – That Is What We Do.

Our IRS tax relief team are not generalist CPA’s or attorneys that “every so often” represent clients when they have an income tax problem. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has negotiated and settled thousands of cases all across these United States. In fact, we have clients located all over the world. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will settle more income tax debts in a month than most CPA’s handle in an entire career.

Who Should Call Flat Fee Tax Service? 

Financially struggling taxpayers who are receiving notices (especially certified notices) from the IRS; taxpayers whose wages are being levied (garnished) or bank accounts have been levied, taxpayers that have federal tax liens filed against them; taxpayers with unfiled and missing tax returns; and businesses that owe payroll taxes. Clients compensate Flat Fee Tax Service on a flat, fixed fee basis determined up front to properly represent the client before the IRS tax authorities to permanently resolve our client’s income tax problem.


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  3. Very Affordable Fees.
  4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorney works directly with you.
  5. IRS wage levies (IRS wage garnishment) stopped, removed and released in one (1) day.
  6. 95% of our clients who submitted an IRS settlement have received a successful Offer in Compromise.
  7. Our clients receive positive results.


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IRS Tax Debt Help | San Antonio | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has provided many taxpayers in the San Antonio, Texas area struggling with an IRS tax debt for more than a decade. Should it look like it’ll be difficult for you, a financially struggling taxpayer, to pay all the federal income taxes you owe, here are your options, along with some key facts you need to know.

There are two distinct aspects involved in paying taxes: filing your return and paying it. Not filing your return on time and not paying what you owe come with different ramifications. It may surprise you to know that if you don’t file your return on time, even if you can’t pay all that you owe by April 15, you will be facing the largest penalty.

Failure to file your tax returns on time and not paying all of the income tax that you owe by the due date will cost you a monthly penalty of 5 percent of your tax bill plus interest. However, if you do file on time, or request an extension by midnight on April 15, the penalty drops to half of 1 percent plus interest. So, at the very least, file your income tax return or request an extension by April 15. Paying as much as you can by the filing deadline will lower your costs as well since the late payment penalty is based on a percentage of what you haven’t paid.

A Taxpayer Has Several Options

A distressed, financially struggling taxpayer will have to come to an agreement on how to pay the income tax owed. Don’t expect this to be “forgotten.” The picture of Uncle Sam may look friendly, but the IRS has some enforcement/collection tactics available to them that other creditors do not. The IRS could be garnishing your wages, taking money from your bank accounts, or slapping a lien on your property.

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Don’t let things get to “go haywire.” Instead, explore the following tax relief options:

  • Short-term extension: If you think you can pay all of the income tax that you owe within 120 days of April 15, a taxpayer can apply online for an installment agreement You can also call the IRS at 800-829-1040 (maybe the IRS will answer the phone – probably won’t) for more information. There is no up-front fee for a short-term payment extension. However, a late-pay penalty (half of 1 percent of the balance owed per month) and interest will be charged. Still, that should amount to less than what you’d be charged with a longer-term payment agreement.
  • Long-term extension: If you can’t pay the income tax you owe within 120 days, you may be eligible to pay your income tax bill in monthly installments over the course of up to 72 months. There is a fee of $120 to establish an installment agreement, or $52 if you agree to have your payments automatically deducted from your bank account. While you’ll still have to pay interest, if you filed your return on time, the monthly late-pay penalty will be half of 1 percent of what you owe. If you owe the IRS $50,000 or less (including penalties and interest), you should be able to set up the online payment agreement. If you owe more than $50,000, you’ll need to complete IRS Form 9465 and supply the IRS with a Full Financial (IRS Form 433-F). Also, should a taxpayer owe $50,000 or more, the IRS will file a Tax Lien regardless whether you have an Installment Agreement or not.
  • Temporary delay: If your circumstances are such that you can’t pay any of what you owe, and you’re not sure when you’ll be able to, the IRS may temporarily delay enforcement/collection until your financial condition improves. However, your income tax debt will grow because penalties and interest will accrue until you come up with the full amount. During the temporary delay, the IRS will continue to review your ability to pay. The government may also place a tax lien on real estate or other property you own. Contact the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 (maybe the IRS will pick up the phone) for more information about requesting a temporary delay.
  • Offer in Compromise: To be eligible and qualified for an IRS settlement through the Offer in compromise program, you must owe the IRS $10,000 or more. If you can’t afford an installment agreement, you could offer to settle your tax debt in one lump sum (you can also make monthly installments on the settlement) totaling less than what you owe. Whether you’ll qualify depends, in part, on your income, expenses, assets and the IRS’ assessment of your ability to pay. As of the date of this writing, the IRS has been accepting 42% of the settlement offers submitted. The clients at Flat Fee Tax Service have had a 95% success rate. There is also a non-refundable $186 application fee, and most applicants have to make an up-front, non-refundable partial payment when they apply. So, make sure you feel confident about meeting the requirements. You’ll need to demonstrate that situation is such that you will never be able to pay back everything you owe.
  • Currently not Collectible:  If a financially struggling taxpayer cannot pay their income tax debt and owes any amount to the IRS and cannot pay, the taxpayer may be declared “Currently not Collectible.” The IRS will file a Tax Lien but will cease all active enforcement action and the Statute of Limitations will continue to run out on your income tax debt.

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  2. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. A Plus Rating. Check out our client’s testimonials at the BBB.
  3. Experienced IRS Tax Professionals work directly with you.
  4. IRS Wage Levy are routinely stopped, avoided and released in 1 day.
  5. 96% of our Clients who have submitted an IRS settlement have received a successful Offer in Compromise.
  6. Low, Affordable Fees. Financing available.
  7. Our Clients Get Positive Results.

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IRS Tax Help | Los Angeles | Flat Fee Tax Service

Owing the IRS back income taxes can feel like you’re in the path of a severe storm, with no shelter in sight. When a distressed, financially struggling taxpayer is drowning in IRS income tax debt, that harsh reality that can be settled with proper income tax relief. Flat Fee Tax Service provides IRS income tax help to financially struggling taxpayers in Los Angeles, throughout California and nationwide at very affordable fees.

The IRS will be aggressive when it comes to the enforcement of collecting back income tax debt, The IRS must cooperate with you if your IRS tax relief team seeks an IRS back taxes settlement through the proper programs and methods. Hiring an experienced IRS Tax Attorney may seem very confusing and intimidating, but it is crucial if you want the very best outcome. A IRS Tax Attorney at Flat Fee Tax Service has the experience, knowledge, and skills to interpret the complex IRS regulation and protect your rights. Our team of tax professionals are all led by an IRS Tax Attorney who knows the ins-and-outs of the IRS, and also have years of real-life experience applying our knowledge to each of our client’s unique needs.

Flat Fee Tax Service will settle IRS income taxes using the following methods:

IRS Back Income Taxes Payment Plans: Full or Partial Installment Agreements

Payment plans, or installment agreements, allow you to pay off all or most of your IRS back taxes through manageable, monthly installments. You are eligible for a full payment plan, which satisfies the complete debt amount if you owe less than $25,000. Though, our tax debt attorneys have experience in achieving full payment plans for some clients who owe more than $25,000. A partial payment plan is generally the next option if you are not eligible for the full payment plan. Though this plan does not satisfy all of the back tax debt, it certainly allows you to pay off most of it.

Offer in Compromise (OIC) – The IRS Fresh Start Initiative

An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is the most desirable tax resolution settlement as it allows you to pay off your entire back tax balance for significantly less than you owe. Currently, the IRS is approving 42% of all the settlement offers submitted. 95% of the clients of Flat Fee Tax Service have been settling their back income tax debts. The IRS must be shown that you do not have the ability to pay your income tax debt or you will not be granted an IRS settlement (OIC). Fortunately for you, the qualifying guidelines were recently broadened and more taxpayers are now eligible. Our tax debt attorneys will be able to quickly review your case to determine if an Offer in Compromise (OIC) could be granted to you. During our initial consultation, our IRS tax relief team can normally determine if you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS.

Currently Not Collectible Status (CNC)

Being declared Currently not Collectible (CNC) is another attractive option that our IRS tax attorneys are frequently able to achieve for our clients. This puts a temporary hold on all IRS back tax collections and enforcement that may become permanent if there is no change to your income or assets. To be eligible, you must be able to show that repaying the IRS through installments or in full would restrict you from paying for necessities, such as food, shelter, auto payments, utilities, health insurance, etc.

How Do You Settle Your Back Income Tax Problems?

You can start by calling the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. When you have IRS income tax debt, the IRS will virtually consume your life and finances. The first and most important step are to TAKE ACTION IMMEDIATELY. Contact our IRS tax relief team today and we will immediately begin to shoulder the burden of your IRS back tax problems and work immediately and diligently to get your life back on track!

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  6. 95% of our Clients have received Successful IRS Settlements.
  7. Very Affordable Fees. Fees can be stretched over 10 to 12 months.

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IRS Wage Garnishment | Stop Levy | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service is the Number 1 IRS tax resolution service when it comes to having an IRS Levy stopped and released. Our IRS tax relief team will immediately call the IRS on your behalf and we can normally have an IRS wage garnishment stopped and released in a matter of hours.




The Federal government’s seizure of personal property and monetary assets, such as your paycheck or bank account, is to satisfy a struggling taxpayer’s delinquent tax debt. IRS agents legally freeze and seize bank accounts, employee paycheck wages, 1099 income, dividend income, third party accounts, investment accounts and any other personal asset, which contains enough equity to satisfy or be applied to the taxpayer’s delinquent tax debt.


Before your personal property, investments, paycheck/wages, or bank accounts are seized, taxpayers will be sent formal written communications (ie: “Notice and Demand for Payment”) soliciting immediate payment.


If you’ve received a “Notice and Demand for Payment,” a “Notice of Intent to Levy,” or a “Notice to Levy” letter, it’s time to join forces with the affordable tax relief at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. Our IRS Tax Attorneys will engage IRS agents to help prevent frozen bank accounts, employee wage garnishment, investment income withholdings and personal property seizures.


When financially taxpayers ignore agency demand notices, agents send a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy” letter. When taxpayers dismiss the “Final Notice of Intent to Levy” letter, they’ll experience either a bank account levy, personal property levy, paycheck wage garnishment/IRS levy or social security check freezes within 30 days.

At the end of the day, IRS agents will legally freeze and seize assets to satisfy delinquent back taxes, unless taxpayers take immediate action. Don’t let IRS government agents freeze and seize your assets; take action today by calling Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. at:



After IRS agents freeze then your seize assets, taxpayer’s will find it more difficult to navigate the IRS process and acquire the asset release necessary to stop the levy.

The are 4 main types of seizures:

1. IRS Bank Account Levy: Bank Account Levy instructions are sent to your financial institution to seize all available funds in your bank account up to the amount of the delinquent liability amount. Banks freeze funds for 21 days and if not released, the funds are seized and sent directly to the government. During the 21 day, freeze period are prohibited from withdrawing or accessing the money.

2. IRS Wage Garnishment Levy: Employee Wage Garnishment is the most common type of back tax collection approach. Notification is sent to employers demanding extraction of the stated amount from your paycheck. When employers receive an IRS wage garnishment notification, employers are legally required to freeze then transfer your money to the IRS. This extraction process is continuous and repeats each pay period until all outstanding back taxes are paid in full or the statue of limitations expires. An IRS Wage Garnishment/Tax Levy typically leaves taxpayers with very little to live on, thus creat an ng additional financial hardship.

3. Retirement Account, Social Security, Social Security Disability, Veteran’s Pension Levy: Social Security Levy is not uncommon nor is a Retirement Account Levy. If you receive a government check, the IRS can take an automatic 15% from your check through the Federal Payment Levy program. Additionally, government agencies seize life insurance policies, 1099 income, dividends, accounts receivable, and all asset taxpayers delegate to third parties.

4. Personal Property Levy: While a Personal Property levy is the least common approach, rest assured, seizure of you personal property assets will occur back tax debt remains unpaid. Personal property constitutes your primary residence, retirement dream home, vehicles, land, etc.


Don’t let an IRS paycheck wage garnishment levy, personal property levy, bank account levy, or any other freeze and seize action happen. If you’ve received the government’s demand notice, contact the IRS tax help team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. today.


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IRS Offer in Compromise Settlements – Nationwide – Affordable – Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is your nationwide IRS Offer in Compromise tax relief team.

90% of the Offers in Compromise prepared by the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been successful.

What is an IRS Offer in Compromise?

By filing an Offer in Compromise, you are offering to settle your tax debt and pay the IRS less than the full amount you owe. The IRS may accept your offer and allow you to pay less than your original debt, especially if there is doubt as to whether they could ever collect the full amount from you or if there is a doubt that you are actually liable for that debt.

An offer in compromise settlement is a great way to receive a fresh start and can help you save thousands of dollars off of your back tax liability.

An Offer in Compromise works in the following way:

It allows you, the financially struggling taxpayer, to make the IRS a settlement offer and then pay that amount after they have accepted your offer. In return for accepting your settlement offer, you agree to file your tax returns on time and pay any amounts due on these returns for the next 5 years. You will be on “Income Tax Probation.”

You will agree to allow the IRS to keep any refunds and credits due to you during the calendar year that your Offer in Compromise is approved.

If you do not adhere and fulfill the terms of the acceptance contract, the IRS can (and will) revoke the contract and reinstate the entire tax liability you originally owed, reinstate past penalties and tack on penalties and interest and pursue aggressive collection tactics.


The length of time to complete the Offer in Compromise process will take approximately 10 to 12 months. The preparation and providing backup documents will take approximately 1-4 months.

Your settled Offer in Compromise can be paid in monthly installments. The shorter the payment plan, the better the settlement will be.

Our knowledgeable and thorough IRS tax relief team will negotiate an Offer in Compromise for you, prepare and file the necessary paperwork, and walk you through the entire process step-by-step.

What if I Don’t Qualify for an Offer in Compromise?

We can determine, during our consultation, if you are qualified and eligible to receive a fresh start through the Offer in Compromise program. Of course, you need to be honest with us and forthcoming. We are non-judgmental and quite frankly, have heard just about every IRS problem possible.

Obviously, submitting an Offer in Compromise to the IRS is an extremely complicated process. There is a great amount of paperwork, a lot of digging for financial information, and knowledge and experience in dealing with IRS procedures.

Our IRS tax relief team will properly negotiate and prepare your Offer in Compromise and will help you drastically reduce your tax debt liability. Our consultations are always FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and we will work with you on your individual circumstances.


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Tax Levy | IRS Seizure | Flat Fee Tax Service

Will The IRS Seize Your Assets or Force the Sale of Them? YES.

Will the IRS take your assets and/or force you to liquidate assets in order to satisfy your IRS back tax debt? YES.

The IRS can, with a few limited exemptions, seize your assets to satisfy your IRS back taxes. Assets can include but is not limited to your wages, paycheck and bank account(s). However, if you have experienced IRS tax relief representation, this should not happen to you unless every other collection alternative resolution has been exhausted or unless you actually desire the IRS to seize a particular asset (for example, if the IRS levies a 401(k) account, the taxpayer does not pay the tax penalty associated with early liquidation of a 401(k) account).


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There are a number of factors that come into play when determining the likelihood that the IRS will seize your assets, including, without limitation, the amount of back taxes owed, your ability to pay the taxes back, your previous compliance with tax laws, your level of cooperation with IRS Collections, your relationship with the IRS collection officer, etc.

Before the IRS can seize your assets, the IRS must issue a Final Notice of Intent to Levy to you at least 30 days prior to any seizure. There are some exceptions to this requirement (i.e. collection of tax is in jeopardy, levy is served on a State to collect a Federal tax liability from a State refund, a disqualified employment tax levy, or a Federal Contractor levy is served), but these only apply to a limited number of situations and, for the purpose of this article, will not be discussed. In the vast majority of situations, the Final Notice of Intent to Levy is required prior to levying or seizing assets. The Final Notice comes with YOUR RIGHT TO APPEAL, however, if you do not exercise this right, the IRS may, after 30 days, be able to seize your assets (wages, paycheck, bank accounts, etc.) to pay your IRS back taxes.



When the IRS seizes your assets, it takes physical custody of the asset. The IRS collection action varies depending on the nature of the asset. If the IRS is seizing bank accounts or other liquid accounts, the IRS freezes the accounts by sending the holder of your account a Notice of Levy. It is also important to note that the account is frozen for 21 days, during which time you could argue to have the levy released, and your assets relinquished back to you. If the IRS is seizing personal property, they may hire a moving company to assist them in removing the assets from your possession. If the IRS is seizing real property (real estate), the IRS follows the procedures set forth in Sections 6335 and 6336 of the IRS Code.


The IRS has broad power to seize business assets if your business owes back taxes. After thirty days elapses from the issuance of the Final Notice of Intent to Levy, the IRS can and will levy (seize) bank accounts and accounts receivable. The IRS has to get a court order or magistrate’s order to seize assets located within the business (unless the business consents), but can seize any assets that are on public land without the court order. The IRS can ultimately padlock your business if the tax liability remains unpaid and no resolution is reached.



One tactic that I have seen some IRS Revenue Officers (tax collectors with the badge and handcuffs) utilize is as follows. On occasion, IRS Revenu Officers will make aggressive demands and threaten to seize your property if their demands are not met immediately, even though they have not gone through the prerequisite procedures to enforce their threat. What’s more, they don’t tell you that they haven’t gone through the prerequisite procedures.

In this type of situation, the immediacy of the IRS Revenue Officer’s threat is really little more than a bluff intended to bully taxpayers into making a big and unwanted sacrifice. Should you call their bluff? The answer is absolutely not, unless you are being represented by an experienced tax resolution professional who has the capability of determining that the IRS has yet to follow its requisite procedures, and that the threat is, therefore, hollow—at least for the time being.


If the IRS Revenue Officer’s demands are not met and the Revenue Officer (RO) has yet to follow the required procedures, sooner or later, the Revenue Officer (RO) will likely satisfy the prerequisite procedures for enforcement, and carry through with his or her threat. However, during this time frame, it may be possible to move the case into appeals or to negotiate some kind of alternate arrangement that will save the taxpayer from making the unwanted sacrifice. Thus, it can really pay off to have a professional who knows the IRS collection procedures on your side.


The good news is that there are a variety of different methods that can be utilized to stop the seizure of your assets. Your best bet is to contact the experienced IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. in the event that you owe back taxes and are unable to promptly full pay the tax debt.


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IRS Levy | Chicago, Illinois | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has been the nationwide leader in having an IRS levy stopped and released. Usually it takes a matter of a few hours to accomplish an IRS levy release.

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service has helping struggling taxpayers worldwide. We have clients who live throughout the world but they share a common problem. They all have an IRS tax debt that they cannot re-pay. It does not matter where you live, Flat Fee tax Service can and will help you.

Can You Get An IRS Levy Release?

It is possible to get an IRS Levy Release, but it requires following a stringent set of guidelines. Here’s how to get an IRS Levy Release.

An IRS Levy is the legal seizure of property, bank accounts, or wages that you own in order to pay your IRS tax debt. In a moment we’ll get to what needs to happen in order to get a release of a levy.

It’s important that you know that the best way to deal with an IRS levy is to not get one in the first place. If you haven’t yet received an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy, then you still have time to negotiate with the IRS and avoid an IRS levy on your wages or bank accounts.

Many struggling taxpayers are unable to pay their tax debt. You do not want an IRS levy.

If you’ve already received a notice of intent to levy from the IRS, then the time to act is right away. It is possible to get the IRS to release the levy, but you only have 30 days to file the paperwork and you have to prove that the tax levy is an immediate economic hardship. You should not try and negotiate a release of an IRS levy.

Professional IRS representation will be your best chance of obtaining a levy release.

Stopping and releasing your IRS levy is only the first (1st) step. You should be looking at settling your IRS tax debt through the Offer in Compromise program. Get yourself a Fresh Start.

If you owe the IRS money or have gotten notice of a levy, call our experienced tax law consultants (IRS tax relief team) at 1-866-747-7435.


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