IRS Installment Agreement – IRS Payment Plan Revoked – Flat Fee Tax Service

The IRS will allow a taxpayer to pay off an income tax debt through an installment agreement. Because interest and penalties will apply. The IRS encourages taxpayers to pay taxes immediately because the IRS is a very powerful collection agency. To “encourage” a taxpayer to pay off their past due to income tax debt, interest and penalties will be added and can equal 8% to 25% per year. If you do nothing, your overdue income tax debt could double in 4 years.

For most financially struggling taxpayers the thought of paying the entire income tax debt all at once is not possible. An installment agreement is an alternative allowed by the IRS. The IRS has four different types of installment agreements: guaranteed, streamlined, partial payment, and non-streamlined.

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Guaranteed IRS Installment Agreement

To qualify for a guaranteed installment agreement with the IRS, the taxpayer must meet the following conditions:

  • Owe less than $10,000, (not including interest and penalties);
  • In the previous five years, the taxpayer has filed tax returns, paid taxes owed, and has not entered into an installment agreement;
  • The taxpayer is unable to pay the tax liability when due;
  • The tax liability will be paid off within three years; and
  • The taxpayer must pay at least the minimum monthly payment (tax liability, interest, and penalties divided by 30)

Under this payment plan, the IRS will not file a federal tax lien against the taxpayer.

The IRS Streamlined Installment Agreement

In most cases, a taxpayer that qualifies for a guaranteed agreement will also qualify for the streamlined installment agreement. A streamlined installment agreement has the following requirements:

  • The tax liability, interest, and penalties do not exceed $25,000;
  • The balance can be paid off within 60 months; and
  • The proposed payment is equal to or greater than the “minimum acceptable payment” (the minimum acceptable payment is the greater of $25 or the minimum payment amount reached by dividing the tax liability, interest, and penalties by 50)

The taxpayer must pay a fee of $105 to set up the installment agreement or $52 for a direct debit installment agreement. To restructure or reinstate a previous installment agreement, the IRS charges a $45 fee. Like a guaranteed installment agreement, the IRS does not file a federal tax lien.

IRS Partial Payment Installment Agreement

A partial payment agreement allows the IRS to enter into agreements with taxpayers for the partial payment of a tax liability. To qualify for this arrangement, the taxpayer must complete a financial statement using Form 433-F to report income and living expenses. The IRS will review and verify the information. If the taxpayer has assets that can be sold to pay some of the tax debt, the IRS will require the taxpayer to provide additional information.

If approved, the taxpayer will be required to participate in a financial review every two years. This review may result in the increase in installment payments or the termination of the agreement.

IRS Non-Streamlined Installment Agreement

If a financially struggling taxpayer owes $25,000 or more and can make monthly payments to the IRS, a non-streamlined agreement can be an option. The IRS will not automatically approve this agreement; instead, the taxpayer must negotiate with the IRS by providing detailed financials. The taxpayer must file Form 433-F, Collection Information Statement. This form collects information about income, debts, living expenses, assets, accounts, and allows the taxpayer to propose an installment payment amount.

It will usually take a few months for the IRS to review a proposed payment plan. The IRS may refuse a proposed agreement if it considers some of the taxpayer’s living expenses unnecessary, if the untruthful information was provided, or if the taxpayer failed to complete a prior installment arrangement.

If a taxpayer is unable to pay a tax liability through a non-streamlined agreement, consider filing an Offer in Compromise.

BEFORE YOU COMPLETE A FINANCIAL FOR THE IRS

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the IRS Will Accept Payments

Taxpayers can make installment payments in the following ways:

  • Payroll Deduction
  • Direct debit
  • Check or money order
  • Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)
  • Credit card
  • Online Payment Agreement (OPA)

When Will the IRS Revoke an Installment Agreement

The IRS can revoke an installment arrangement under the following circumstances:

  • The financially struggling taxpayer misses a payment;
  • The financially struggling taxpayer does not file a tax return or pay taxes after the agreement is entered into ;
  • The financially struggling taxpayer provided inaccurate information on Form 433-F; or
  • The financially distressed taxpayer is paying under a partial payment installment agreement and a review indicates a change in their financial position.

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What Do You Do If You Owe the IRS Money? | Flat Fee Tax Service

O.K. You have completed your income tax return. You sent your income tax return to the IRS without a check attached. You have done what you can to eliminate your income tax debt. But, you still owe money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and you don’t have enough money to pay the IRS.

What are your options?

A lot of people who owe money to the IRS think they can file an extension and pay their taxes at a later date. MEMO TO YOU: your taxes are due April 15. An extension is only an extension of time to file your income tax return. It is not an extension of time to pay. An extension will stop the IRS from charging you a failure-to-file penalty, but your taxes are due by midnight April 15.

If you owe the IRS money, you are supposed to calculate the amount you owe and pay it with your extension. Fortunately, you have some options if you can’t pay the IRS in full. You could pay the IRS in installments by filling out Form 9465, which gives you up to 72 months to pay your taxes. However, when you file this form you are making a deal with the IRS and hurting yourself. The IRS has 10 years from the date that a tax is assessed to collect the money that is owed. This is known as the statute of limitations. If you ask to pay in installments, this adds two years to the statute of limitations. In addition, by using this option you are agreeing that when you file your next return, you will file on time, and pay any taxes that are due. If you don’t, it will nullify your installment arrangement, and the IRS will aggressively pursue the balance owed. Penalties and interest will be tacked onto the amount. Interest accrues daily, and the penalties are pretty high. Your past due income tax debt will double in approximately 4 years.

If you owe the IRS a lot of money ($10,000 or more) and don’t have many assets, another option is to ask for an Offer in Compromise settlement. An Offer in Compromise means you pay less money than you owe in conjunction with the IRS compromising on the debt. For instance, if you owe $25,000 but have no assets and no ability to pay the full amount, you can offer the IRS a reduced amount. At the time of this writing, about 42% of all such settlement offers filed are accepted.

Keep in mind that in order to file an IRS Offer in Compromise, you have to give up a lot of personal information, including bank account numbers, retirement plan information, and information about all of your assets. Filing an Offer in Compromise will extend the statute of limitations by the time that the offer was pending, plus 30 days. The IRS typically takes six to 12 months to investigate an offer of settlement. Unless you owe payroll taxes, nobody will put you in jail for not paying income taxes. However, owing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not pretty. The penalties are steep, and the interest is compounded daily. Like getting a loan from your local loan-shark, owing money to the IRS means you have to pay up. You won’t forget about the debt, and you can be sure it won’t either.

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IRS Tax Settlement | St. louis Missouri | Flat Fee Tax Service

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service has done it again. It is with great pleasure that we have the pleasure to announce the IRS has accepted that our client, Peter M. of St. Louis, Missouri has settled his IRS tax debt of $35,000 for a grand total of $100.00.

THAT’S RIGHT!

An IRS Offer in Compromise settlement for $100.00 on a tax debt of $35,000.00.

THAT’S WHAT WE CALL A “FRESH START.”

Peter M. of St. Louis, Missouri contacted us at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. like all of our clients do. Filled with anxiety. Fearing an IRS Levy. Fear that the IRS will take everything and he may have to leave his job because he simply can’t afford an IRS levy.

The IRS may have already started taking your paycheck or your bank account.

NOT EVERYONE IS ELIGIBLE TO SETTLE WITH THE IRS.

If you call us at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. we can determine during our free and confidential consultation if you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS for less.

An Offer in Compromise (tax settlement) with the IRS allows you to settle whatever tax debt you might have for less than the full amount owed. An Offer in Compromise settlement is a legitimate option if you cannot pay your full tax liability or if doing so would create a financial hardship. The IRS considers the following circumstances and facts when you file an Offer in Compromise: your ability to pay, your income, any expenses, and asset equity.

In order to be eligible for an Offer in Compromise, you must be current with all filing and payment requirements. The IRS generally approves these settlement offers when the amount offered is the most they could expect to collect in a reasonable amount of time. There are other rules and regulations surrounding the eligibility of taxpayers to file an Offer in Compromise, which is explained below.

You Can Receive a Fresh Start.

An IRS Offer in Compromise is not a negotiation as you would “haggle” with a vendor or credit card company. The IRS has a financial formula that is used to determine a struggling taxpayers ability to pay their tax debt.

Monthly cash flow is considered to be the ability of cash to come in and be expended on a monthly basis. Form 433-A requires all taxpayers to calculate a few things in regards to their monthly cash flow. First, taxpayers must calculate and outline all categories of monthly income, and specify whether they were generated as wages or through investment distribution, then calculate all categories of expenses which pertain to necessary living. To find the net difference, subtract total living expenses from total income, and you have an idea of your monthly cash flow specific to your income and living expenses.

YOUR PAPERWORK MUST BE DONE CORRECTLY.

YOUR SETTLEMENT OFFER MUST BE “RIGHT ON THE MONEY.”

If you turn in your Offer in Compromise paperwork with mistakes of any kind, the IRS will reject your settlement Offer and return it to you and call it “unprocessable.”

The IRS will not tell you what your mistake was and you will have to start the settlement procedure all over again.

DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.

The IRS Offer in Compromise process takes approximately one (1) year to complete.

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95% of the IRS Offer in Compromise submissions prepared by the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service have been successfully accepted by the IRS.

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$1900 for an IRS Offer in Compromise settlement which includes the release of an IRS Levy.

FEES ARE AFFORDABLE:

1. Initial fee to start: $190.00
2. 8 monthly fee payments of $190.00
3. Total of: $1900.00

Peter M. of St. Louis, Missouri paid the affordable IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. $1900.00 and settled his IRS tax debt of $35,000.00 for $100.00.

PETER M. MADE THE RIGHT CHOICE.

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Release IRS Levy | Tax Problems | Flat Fee Tax Service

An interesting look at the importance of not ignoring the IRS comes from the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, who deal with our clients IRS tax problems every day and provide a unique perspective.

It is amazing three little letters, IRS can cause a taxpayer to panic and experience anxiety. The horror stories brought about by the IRS are always a hot topic around tax time, each year. There’s a simple message at the basis of almost every IRS story — Your IRS Problem Can Be Resolved.

There is no shortage of commercials and online advertising stating this very fact and offering to help financially struggling taxpayers who are in trouble. While most struggling taxpayers tune these friendly reminders out due to procrastination, there is a worthwhile reason for taking notice and avoiding direct conflicts with the IRS.

EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK HAS 20 MILLION TAXPAYERS WITH AN IRS PROBLEM.

10 MILLION TAXPAYERS EVERY YEAR FAIL TO FILE THEIR TAX RETURNS.

While it’s always better to “stay within the lines” and not be contacted by the IRS at all, tax resolution firms specializing in tax debt relief, such as the tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., know the importance of representation to avoid error, abuse, and intimidation. To simply avoid the IRS is never the right option and is sure to only make matters worse.

THE IRS WILL FIND YOU.

THE IRS WILL LEVY YOU.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CAN STOP AN IRS LEVY IN 1 DAY.

When the IRS sends you a collection letter, the best solution is to reach out to an experienced tax relief firm like Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. who will maintain contact with the IRS and evaluate your best options and resolutions. Though many options exist to help quickly and efficiently resolve these problems, there’s a correct method when faced with this harsh reality. They all begin with not avoiding the IRS.

IRS Wage Levies (wage garnishment): This form of enforcement action can be quite embarrassing, as the employer also becomes involved. The IRS will take your money each week/month out of the paycheck to pay towards the back tax debt. This results in being without the accustomed income each month, and the feeling of complete vulnerability at the work place. An IRS wage levy is continuous unless stopped and released.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE WILL HAVE AN IRS LEVY

STOPPED AND RELEASED IN 1 DAY.

IRS Liens & Levies: An IRS Lien and/or Levy will quickly make your life miserable in multiple ways. An IRS tax lien is a claim used as security for the tax debt, while a levy will actually take your paycheck, bank account or property to satisfy your back tax debt. Both of these actions should be avoided at all costs, as the short-term and long-term results that come with these public records (tax liens only) only become worse with time and will prove to be detrimental to your business and/or personal life.

IRS Penalties: IRS Penalties will include just about every situation imaginable. Most commonly, these penalties are associated with a failure to file, failure to pay, or, an accuracy related penalty. Beyond these somewhat common penalties, more severe are the Civil Penalties that focus on fraudulent behaviors and possible Criminal Prosecution, which are typically reserved for those attempting tax evasion or falsifying statements. In one tax year, the IRS issued penalties totaling $18 billion, making this big business.

IRS PENALTIES WILL DOUBLE YOUR TAX DEBT IN APPROX. 4 YEARS.

IRS Seizures: We Understand that no one wants to have their assets (paycheck, bank account, auto) seized and sold after not acknowledging the IRS, preventing the government from taking this action is vital. It’s a harsh reality, but IR Revenue Officers have the authority to seize assets and Property Appraisal and Liquidation Specialists (PALS) have the authority to sell these assets. With the legalities involved in these seizures by all involved, it’s often a last-resort when the IRS is ignored for long periods of time.

IT’S EASIER FOR THE IRS TO SIMPLY TAKE YOUR PAYCHECK OR BANK ACCOUNT.

YOU CANNOT PLAY “CATCH ME IF YOU CAN” WITH THE IRS.

YOU WILL LOSE.

A natural reaction for most people is to become intimidated by the IRS, but one of the advantages when working with professionals such as our IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee tax Service, Inc. is that we are not intimidated and we will take the time to explore all your options. Our IRS Tax Attorneys know the best way to approach these delicate subjects and become the direct point of contact with the IRS – providing a secure level of protection between you and the IRS.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE WILL GET YOU RIGHT SIDE UP WITH THE IRS.

While staying on the straight with the IRS is always the suggested direction, situations in life happen that will force the IRS to come knocking. In these trying situations, attempting to ignore or hide from the IRS never ends well, as penalties and interest only increase with time. In most cases however, it’s not wise to simply give in without looking at all the options, but hiding is never advised.

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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.

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STOP AN IRS WAGE LEVY. NEVER!

IRS FREEZE and SEIZE – HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN?

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.

DON’T KEEP YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND.

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.

IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT

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.

WE WILL STOP YOUR IRS WAGE LEVY.

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:

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IRS ASSET LEVIES – ASSET SEIZURES.

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.

STOP YOUR IRS LEVY IN 1 DAY.

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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Offer in Compromise | What You Need To Know | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has an impeccable record regarding the successful acceptance of our clients IRS Offer in Compromise submissions.

95% of our clients at Flat Fee Tax Service, who have submitted an Offer in Compromise to the IRS, has received a favorable settlement ruling from the IRS.

WHY IS THE IRS TAX RELIEF TEAM AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE SO SUCCESSFUL?

Our IRS Tax Professionals will only submit an Offer in Compromise for a client after we have had an in-depth consultation with our client and they provide us with the information necessary to be successful.

Flat Fee Tax Service is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for a reason. It is because we provide a very valuable service, at affordable fees, without complaint.

A LUMP SUM OFFER IN COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT:

A financially struggling taxpayer may choose the lump sum offer, which is defined as a settlement offer where the taxpayer makes five or fewer installment payments within 24 months after the offer is accepted. If a taxpayer submits a lump sum offer, the taxpayer must include with the Form 656, Offer in Compromise a nonrefundable payment equal to 20 percent of the amount. This payment is required in addition to the $150 application fee (IRS.gov, Topic 204 – Offers in Compromise, 8/22/2013). Under the offer in compromise requirements, the nonrefundable amount cannot be returned to the taxpayer if the offer is either rejected or accepted. Instead, it will be applied to the taxpayer’s liability.

MONTHLY PERIODIC PAYMENT PLAN:

The periodic payment offer is defined as a settlement offer where the taxpayer makes six or more monthly payments within 24 months after the offer is accepted. When the taxpayer submits the offered settlement, he or she must also submit the proposed installment payment along with IRS Form 656. This payment is required in addition to the $150 application fee. Similar to the lump sum cash offer, the twenty-percent first installment payment is nonrefundable. While the IRS is evaluating a periodic payment offer, the struggling taxpayer must continue to make the installment payments provided for under the terms of the offer in compromise. These amounts are also nonrefundable. The first and successive installment payments are all applied to the back tax liabilities. The taxpayer has a right to specify the particular tax liabilities to which the periodic payments will be applied.

APPEALING A REJECTED OFFER IN COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT:

In the event that the IRS rejects an offer in compromise, the taxpayer is notified by mail. In the letter, the IRS will explain the reason for the rejection and will provide also detailed instructions on how the taxpayer may appeal the decision to the IRS Office of Appeals.

All appeals must be made within 30 days from the date of the letter. Some offers in compromise are returned because the taxpayer failed to provide necessary information specific to filing for bankruptcy, failed to pay the application fee, or failed to file tax returns and/or pay the current tax liability. In this case, returns are different from rejections. The taxpayer has no right of appeal when the application is returned.

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TOP TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL OFFER IN COMPROMISE:

A larger number of the submitted offer in compromise applications are returned because they are incomplete. The 1st step in the Offer in Compromise process is that the IRS will look for any reason to reject a submitted Offer in Compromise. The IRS has a word for a procedural rejection. The IRS word is “unprocessable.”

DON’T BE REJECTED.

The IRS will not process an offer if it is missing elements specific to applications and related documentation. To be eligible, all filers must not have an open bankruptcy case, must have filed all federal tax returns at issue, must have filed payroll tax returns and deposits at issue for the last two quarters, must pay the required application fee ($150), must complete and submit Forms 656, 433-A, and/or 433-B (if necessary), and must be current with estimated taxes and income tax withholding for the current year.

The most important tips for a successful offer in compromise is to pay the offer amount; file all tax returns on time; allow the IRS to keep any tax refunds, payments, and credits to reduce your tax liability; and continue to let the IRS keep any tax refunds payable to you even after the offer in compromise is approved.

MOST IMPORTANT TIP: DO NOT TRY AND DO YOUR OWN SETTLEMENT OFFER.

DO NOT TRY AND DO YOUR OWN SETTLEMENT OFFER.

Do not be “penny wise and a pound foolish.” Choose a tax professional to help you with the offer in compromise requirements. Because of the complexity of the IRS process, taxpayers should hire a tax professional, who has a track record, who is knowledgeable about the dynamics of the program. You want a tax professional that is experienced and knowledgeable about this area of tax law and truly understands your offer in compromise requirements.

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Flat Fee Tax Service Is Your Taxpayer Advocate – The IRS Will Not Help You

The IRS will not let you know what your options are if you have a back tax debt and find your yourself struggling financially. The IRS may mention that you can do an Offer in Compromise but the IRS is not going to help you in preparing the Offer in Compromise.

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is your Taxpayer Advocate

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THE IRS IS NOT YOUR BUDDY!

If you can’t get an answer from the IRS for a question on your tax returns, get the wrong information, or can’t even get through on the phone DO NOT BE SURPRISED.

The IRS is an enforcement, collection agency and puts their resources in collecting money. The IRS has insufficient resources to do a good job of answering taxpayers’ questions or helping them with your tax returns or your collection problems and resolutions. It is easier for the IRS to simply levy your wages.

According to a recent report, the IRS last year could answer only 61 percent of calls from taxpayers seeking to speak with a customer service representative, down from 87 percent ten years ago.

If you have an IRS wage levy, good luck trying to get through, never mind having the IRS levy stopped and released.

During the fiscal year 2013, 39 percent of calls, about 20 million, didn’t even get through. Those who did get through had to wait on hold for more than 17 minutes — six times longer than 10 years ago.

DO YOU THINK YOU CAN HANDLE YOURS ON IRS SETTLEMENT?

The IRS system is designed to discourage you.

WARNING BACK TAXES

Last year, the IRS handled about 110,000 tax law questions at its walk-in sites during the filing season which is a reduction of 86 percent from 10 years ago.

Ten years ago, the IRS prepared about 476,000 returns for taxpayers seeking help, particularly low income, elderly and disabled taxpayers. The IRS recently announced it will no longer prepare tax returns.

The IRS recently announced it will answer only “basic” tax law questions over the phone and at its walk-in sites during the upcoming filing season, and the IRS will not answer any tax law questions after the filing season, including questions from millions of taxpayers who obtain filing extensions and prepare their returns later in the year.

If you have an IRS levy, unfiled tax returns, have a tax debt that you cannot pay your back tax debt, then you need a taxpayer advocate who will be there for you.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. WILL:

1. Stop an IRS wage levy in 1 day.
2. Prepare your past due tax returns and see that they are filed.
3. Prepare your IRS Offer in Compromise so that you may get a fresh start.
4. Help you receive a Penalty Abatement.
5. Place you in Currently not Collectible status if that is your best option.

DO NOT TRY AND “GO IT ALONE” AGAINST THE IRS.

The IRS main function of the IRS is to collect money. That does not mean that taxpayers do not have Rights. The IRS regulations provide for struggling taxpayers to settle their back tax debt. You must be eligible and qualified.

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HERE ARE YOUR CHOICES:

1. DO NOTHING AND GET LEVIED BY THE IRS.
2. BE PROACTIVE AND GET THE IRS OFF YOUR BACK.

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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).

DO NOT FIND YOURSELF WITH AN IRS LEVY.

If you do, contact the experienced IRS tax relief team at:

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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.

WARNING BACK TAXES

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE WILL, IN MOST CASES, HAVE AN IRS LEVY STOPPED AND RELEASED IN 1 DAY.

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.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO SUFFER WITH AN IRS LEVY.

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.

IF YOU ARE FACING AN IRS LEVY, CALL FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE:

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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.

DON’T TRY AND RESOLVE THIS IRS PROBLEM YOURSELF.

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.

THERE IS GOOD NEWS.

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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Notice of Intent to Levy | IRS LT 11 or Letter 1058 | Flat Fee Tax Service

Have You Had the Displeasure of Receiving an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy?

Have You Been Lucky Enough to Receive an IRS Notice to Levy?

IRS Certified Mail?

What is the IRS telling you when they send you an IRS LT 11 or IRS Letter 1058?

THE IRS PLANS ON TAKING:

1. Your Paycheck.
2. Your Wages.
3. Your Commissions.
4. Your Social Security Benefit.
5. Your Social Security Disability (SSDI).
6. Your Veteran’s Check.
7. Your Car. Your Truck. Your Motorcycle.
8. Any Asset That can Be Converted to Cash.

What are your tax relief options?

1. Put a check for the entire balance in an envelope and send it to the IRS. If you cannot do that, we can continue doing what you have been doing (which has been nothing) and suffer the consequences.

OR

2. Call Flat Fee Tax Service and have your IRS Levy (tax garnishment) stopped and released in 1 day. Our IRS tax relief team is the industry leader (and has been for years) in having an IRS Levy stopped and released.

How Much Time Before You Lose Your Money?

IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT

If you received a Notice to Levy, you can be levied at any time. If you have received a Notice of Intent to Levy, you have 30 days before your money will be taken from you.

You may be eligible to be declared Currently Not Collectible. The IRS will leave you alone for the moment. The IRS can, at any time, review your situation. The IRS will file an IRS Tax Lien against you.

You may be able to settle your IRS tax debt and get yourself a Fresh Start through the expanded Offer in Compromise program. The Offer in Compromise process takes approximately one (1) year to complete. If you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS, you can be done in a year. During the Offer in Compromise process, the IRS will cease collection efforts.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SUFFER IF YOU ARE A STRUGGLING TAXPAYER.

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3. Our IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service will, in most cases, have your IRS levy stopped and released within hours. We have never failed to have an IRS Levy stopped and released.
4. You will work directly with an experienced IRS Tax Attorney.
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