IRS Settlement | Joshua Tree California | Flat Fee Tax Service

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE Announces

Another Successful 

Offer in Compromise Acceptance

In Joshua Tree, Calif.

On  4/12/12, Lawrence J. of Joshua Tree, California contacted our IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. Lawrence J. was suffering from an IRS wage levy and had an IRS tax debt of $44,500. During his free and confidential consultation, Lawrence was provided with an action plan to resolve his IRS tax burden. Lawrence J. decided to become a client of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc.

GREAT NEWS

GREAT NEWS

Lawrence J. of Joshua Tree, California has received an IRS settlement approval. Lawrence J. will pay the IRS $900 of his $44,500 IRS back tax debt and he will be settled in full. Lawrence J. will have to file his taxes on time for the next 5 years and pay the IRS should he owe money for any of those years. If he does that, he will be “home free.”

NOT EVERYONE IS ELIGIBLE For An

IRS Settlement

But if you are, you owe it to yourself and your family to get yourself a Fresh Start and settle with the IRS. There will never be a better time to have your Offer in Compromise accepted if you are eligible and qualified.

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Stop IRS Tax Levy | Offer in Compromise | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service is the nationwide leader in stopping an Income Tax Levy. In fact, if Flat Fee Tax Service doesn’t stop a Tax Levy in 1 to 2 business days, our client doesn’t pay.

PLAIN & SIMPLE.

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Stopping an Income Tax Levy and keeping your paycheck or Social Security is only the 1st step in receiving the tax relief that you need.

In the economic times that we are enduring, more and more people are finding it difficult to meet their daily expenses, never mind attempting to pay their back tax. More and more people have had to resort to dipping into their 401K Plans to meet their everyday expenses, thus creating a tax problem. The equity in your homes has evaporated.

Not everyone is qualified & eligible to settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program. But every day, more and more people are becoming eligible because of our economy.

One of three conditions must be met to qualify a taxpayer for an IRS Offer in Compromise / IRS Settlement:

1.  Doubt as to Collectability – If you do not have the ability to pay your tax debt and are having a difficult time with ordinary expenses, this is where you are.

2. Doubt as to Liability – You most likely will not fall into this category.

3. Effective Tax Administration – If you have some equity in a home or other asset and you are elderly, on Social Security or Social Security Disability, you would be in this category if not Doubt as to Collectibility.

If you qualify for the Offer in Compromise program with the IRS, you can save thousands of dollars in taxes along with the penalties and interest. Taxpayers can have a negotiated settlement on all types of taxes, including most payroll taxes, penalties, and interest. It is the closest thing to amnesty that the federal government offers in connection with back tax debt.

During the Offer in Compromise negotiation:

  • The IRS will not execute an IRS  Levy/  Tax Levy against the property or rights to property of a taxpayer who submits an Offer in Compromise (OIC).
  • The IRS will not collect the liability that is the subject of the Offer in Compromise during the period the Offer in Compromise is pending.
  • The IRS will not proceed with collections for 30 days immediately following the rejection of the IRS Offer in Compromise, and for any period when a timely filed appeal from the rejection is being considered by Appeals.

Once the IRS decides that your Offer in Compromise is processable for IRS Tax Relief and that the Offer in Compromise includes all the paperwork and forms properly filled out, the IRS must stop a Tax Levy / IRS Levy / IRS Bank Levy actions under §6331.

Presently, the IRS is taking approximately 303 days to process an Offer in Compromise. This information is from our latest dialogue with the IRS. Your Tax Debt will essentially be “tied up” for approximately 1 year before a resolution is decided.

If you are not qualified and eligible for an Offer in Compromise, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will let you know immediately during our consultation. There may be other avenues available to you to reduce your Tax debt which may include Penalty Abatement, amending your tax returns or filing all of your unfiled tax returns.

Flat Fee Tax Service is flattered that we are often imitated and that our name is often used by our competitors on their Web sites and advertising. We appreciate that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Flat Fee Tax Service must be doing something right to have so many imitators.

Why Flat Fee Tax Service? Because we deliver:

  • Lower fees and higher value for our clients
  • Personal service and attention you deserve
  • Integrity and credibility always
  • Satisfaction and results for our clients

Our Fees:

  • Fixed with no hidden charges
  • Payable in monthly installments
  • Low initial payment to begin work   ($190.00 Initial retainer fee)
  • Always competitive
Tax Levy –
Offer in Compromise

I am Dave Rosa, It is my duty and pleasure to provide you with clear, precise concise consultation. Our conversation will take approximately 20 to 30 minutes.

Call 1-866-747-7435 for details.

At the end our conversation you will be completely informed. You will be armed with all of your options and what your expectations should be.

Tax Relief Package – Full Tax ServiceTax Help – $1900.00
If you owe the IRS between $10K and $100K; pay only $1900.00 for full tax service which includes:

1. IRS Levy / Tax Levy removal,

2. Offer in Compromise or IRS Penalty Abatement and,

3. Up to 3 years of tax returns.

4. $190 to start with 9 monthly payments of $190.00

The “stop the Tax Levy &  petition an Offer in Compromise” Hot-line:

Flat Fee Tax Service makes it difficult for our imitators to beat our pricing. No one can beat our quality, value & integrity.

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IRS Hardship | IRS Uncollectible | Flat Fee Tax Service

The correct term for “Currently Uncollectible” is Currently not Collectable (IRS Hardship) is a method for delaying payment (possibly eliminating payment) of your IRS Tax Debt. The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service are led by an IRS Tax Attorney. Together, they will work to convince the IRS that you have no way of paying your IRS Tax debt at this time.

We, at Flat Fee Tax Service, as the nationwide leader in stopping an IRS Levy / Tax Levy, usually hear from our clients when they have had a Tax Levy executed by the IRS.

Many of our clients are on Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) and do not have the ability to survive an IRS Levy / Tax Levy and may very well be a candidate to be placed in a status of Currently Uncollectible (IRS Hardship) by the IRS. You do not have to be on Social Security or be on Social Security Disability (SSDI) to be designated as Currently Uncollectible.

The IRS has a complex method of calculating 3 items:

1. Gross Income

2. Allowable Expenses

3. Assets

When you put those 3 items together in the IRS formula, you come up with a taxpayers ability to pay their back tax. Of course, the human element is always a part of this equation. The IRS Revenue Officer handling the Currently Uncollectible petition and the Tax Advocate for the taxpayer play a big part in the decision.

Some of the Allowable Expenses considered for the Currently Uncollectible program are:

a. Food & Clothing

b. Utility

c. Car Payment

d. Car Allowance

c. Medical Expenses (Insurance, prescriptions, etc)

d. Child Support

e. Rent / Mortgage

There are limits on the amounts that the IRS will allow. An experienced Tax Professional will help in the negotiation with the IRS.

The IRS will consider you “currently not collectible” (IRS Hardship) and this status will usually be for a period of one year (twelve months) to 18 months. At the end of the Currently Uncollectible period, you, the taxpayer, will need to show the IRS that your economic situation has not changed. As long as you enjoy the status of Currently Uncollectible with the IRS, you will not be expected to pay any of the IRS tax debt. Your statutory period (IRS Statute of Limitations) does not freeze/stop. The Statute of Limitations continues to decrease as usual.

An important note to being placed in the Currently Uncollectible status by the IRS is this:

If the IRS admits that you cannot pay your back tax, doesn’t it make sense to follow up your Currently Uncollectible status with an Offer in Compromise petition and clean up your back tax once and for all? We believe that if you are Currently Uncollectible that you should continue and clean up your back debt altogether.

You should consult with a Tax Professional. If you would like to speak to us, the team at Flat Fee Tax Service welcomes your call.

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Penalty Abatement – IRS Tax Penalties | Flat Fee Tax Service

If an IRS Penalty Abatement request is worth making – AND AN IRS PENALTY ABATEMENT IS ALWAYS WORTH MAKING – an IRS Penalty Abatement is worth making correctly.

Are you eligible to reduce yours through a Penalty Abatement?

Contact Flat Fee Tax Service and find out if you have reasonable cause to eliminate your IRS penalties.

Your IRS Penalty Abatement Hotline: 1-866-747-7435

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The penalties and interest that the IRS will add to your tax debt will be incredible. You can expect your tax debt to double in approximately 3 years.

Taxpayers and many tax representatives seem to think that sending a simple letter to the IRS requesting that the IRS Penalties and Interest be abated will suffice. The truth is that the IRS receives millions of these simple IRS Penalty and Interest relief request letters every year and the great majority will be summarily rejected.

The IRS receives so many sub-par requests for IRS Tax Relief, an Application / Petition that is done with thought and thoroughness stands out in a positive way.

The purpose of IRS Penalties is to punish you, the taxpayer, for failing to comply and to send a message to other taxpayers that compliance will be strictly enforced. If neither of these purposes is furthered by the imposition of an IRS tax penalty, the IRS should not assess it. Furthermore, for most types of IRS penalties, if the taxpayer has Reasonable Cause for his failure to comply, the IRS penalty should not be assessed.

The IRS lists numerous situations in which Penalties and Interest can be abated with “reasonable cause” based on your own unique situation.

Reasonable Cause – The IRS considers Reasonable Cause for Penalty Abatement to be:

  • Ignorance of the Law (you must demonstrate you made a reasonable effort to learn the law) Error or Mistake was Made, but you must still show due diligence, ordinary business care and prudence” had been exercised.
  • Forgetfulness, but you must still show “ordinary business care and prudence”. Serious Illness, Death, or Unavoidable Absence.
  • Unable to Obtain Records
  • Incorrect Advice from a competent tax professional
  • Incorrect Advice directly from the IRS, written or oral
  • Fire, Casualty, Natural Disaster, Other Disturbance

The Internal Revenue Manual goes on to say that ANY REASON will be accepted as Reasonable Cause if it can be shown that the taxpayer exercised ordinary business care and prudence and, despite that, was still not able to comply with their tax obligations.

An IRS Penalty Abatement Petition gives your Flat Fee Tax Service Attorneys the opportunity to plead your case to the IRS. Unlike most other claims for Tax Relief, a Penalty Abatement puts a very human face on your IRS case, which certainly can work for your best interest. Decisions are made by the IRS on an individual, case-by-case basis, which is very encouraging for you.

Have you had any of the below life experiences affect your life in an adverse manner?

Divorce?
Medical Reasons?
Substance Abuse?
Loss of Income?
Death in the Family?
Failed Business?
Something happened to you.

In fact, IRS guidelines generously suggest that a Penalty Abatement should be “generally granted when the taxpayer exercises ordinary business care and prudence” in trying to pay their back taxes.

 “Reasonable Cause” is a very subjective matter and the only way to definitively determine whether or not a failure to comply was willful or a result of extenuating circumstances is for the IRS to conduct a thorough investigation of all the facts and circumstances giving rise to the failure.

No matter how well you state your case, the IRS Appeals Officer assigned to your IRS Penalty Abatement request will have some hard questions for you. The IRS Revenue Officer probably will look at your history of paying your IRS tax. The IRS will ask, “Is this just another attempt to get out of paying?” That is a question that needs to be overcome.

If you submit a Penalty Abatement petition and it is denied, you cannot make a request on the same grounds again. This all the more reason to have an accomplished professional prepare your IRS Penalty Abatement.

In fact, IRS guidelines generously suggest that a Penalty Abatement should be “generally granted when the taxpayer exercises ordinary business care and prudence” in trying to pay their back taxes.

The following list is taken from the IRM or Internal Revenue Manual that gives the guidelines of what IRS agents are instructed to look at when considering penalty abatement:

  • What are the events that happened, when did it happen, and why did these events prevent you from complying with the tax law?
  • How were your other affairs handled during this time? Did you (or does it appear) single out the IRS not to be but paid other creditors? What steps were taken to try and mitigate your circumstances? Ordinary business care and prudence are closely looked at here.
  • Is there a direct “timeline” correlation between what happened and the taxes being file late or not paid?
  • Is there a history of filing and or paying late? The IRS is going to look at your history; repeat offenders, have a tougher job convincing the IRS that this was not intentional.
  • Were the circumstances “beyond the control of the taxpayer” truly unavoidable, and could not be anticipated? If so, this generally establishes reasonable cause.
  • Documentation will be the bulwark of your case. Provide as much proof of what you are arguing as possible. The more evidence you produce the better the chances for relief.

Typically, a petition is a formally structured letter with an introduction, the request for penalty relief under which relief program(s).

This would be followed by a Statement of the facts surrounding the case demonstrating the “reasonable cause” and ” ordinary business care” and as much documentation of the facts that you can muster.

Finally, any legal or code related facts that would bolster your claim. Remember this is not a court case so there are no precedents. Your expectations of success will be directly related to the experience of the tax professional who has prepared and shepherds your Penalty Abatement. That is the reason why Flat Fee Tax Service believes in this statement:

“If an IRS Penalty Abatement request is worth making – AND A PENALTY ABATEMENT IS ALWAYS WORTH MAKING – a Penalty Abatement is worth making correctly”.

Your IRS Penalty Abatement Hotline:  1 – 866 – 747 – 7435

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