Do you owe the IRS back taxes? If you have received multiple collection notices, and ignored all of them, the IRS will end up levying and garnishing your wages and attaching your paycheck.

The good news is you have options, and you have rights. We can release your wage garnishment and resolve your back taxes for good. Don’t let the IRS ruin your life, especially if you are facing financial, family or medical hardship. The IRS can levy all sources of income, such as social security, pension, W2 company pay, 1099 self employment income and more.

To release your IRS wage garnishment: call us today at 1-877-788-2937.

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In an Information Release, IRS has announced that it has created a special new page on its website (irs.gov) to help taxpayers determine if a person visiting their home or place of business claiming to be from the IRS is legitimate or an imposter. Most of this information is also contained in a contemporaneously released Fact Sheet.

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Dear Client:

The following is a summary of important tax developments that have occurred in the past three months that may affect you, your family, your investments, and your livelihood. Please call us for more information about any of these developments and what steps you should implement to take advantage of favorable developments and to minimize the impact of those that are unfavorable.

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IRS has announced that beginning this month, it will start to send letters to notify “a relatively small group of individuals” with overdue federal tax that their accounts have been assigned to one of four private collection agencies (PCAs). The assignments were authorized by legislation enacted in 2014.

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IRS TAX HELP

Did you miss another filing deadline? Do you owe back taxes? Are you being audited by the IRS?

I can help you resolve your tax matter so you can move on with your life.

Don’t let the IRS ruin your life and punish you with tax levies and liens. We offer IRS tax help to individual and business taxpayers. We can file all your unfiled tax returns; negotiate a settlement through small monthly installment payments, or lump-sum settlement.

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Dear Client:

As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of planning moves that will help lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next. Factors that compound the planning challenge this year include political and economic uncertainty, and Congress’s all too familiar failure to act on a number of important tax breaks that will expire at the end of 2016.

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An IRS levy permits the legal seizure of your property to satisfy an unpaid tax debt. The IRS can garnish wages, take money from your bank or other financial account, seize and sell your vehicle(s), real estate and other personal property.

If you receive an IRS notice titled Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing, contact us right away at 1-877-788-2937 to resolve your back taxes and get the levy released.

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Dealing with tax debt is stressful, especially because of the aggressive methods IRS tends to employ for collecting the taxes owed to the government.

These range from assessing multiple penalties on late payments, levying your bank accounts, garnishing your wages and sending an IRS Revenue Officer to padlock your business, to forcing your employer to sign into wage garnishments and deducting a sizable percentage of your pay the IRS.

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Employment Taxes and the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TFRP).

Notice 784, Could You be Personally Liable for Certain Unpaid Federal Taxes?

IRS has updated its webpage guidance on the trust fund recovery penalty and who IRS can reach to pay it. The guidance is a reminder for all potential “responsible persons” to make sure that timely payment of employment taxes is given the highest priority at any profit or nonprofit enterprise.

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IRS Small Business/Self-Employed Division memorandum, Calculation of Reasonable Collection Potential in Certain Offers in Compromise Cases (Apr. 28, 2016)

IRS’s Small Business/Self-Employed Division (SB/SE) has instructed its Collection employees not to reject offers in compromise (OICs) by persons in the Cannabis / marijuana business, in states where marijuana sales are legal, merely on public policy grounds.

Offer in Compromise— OICs. Code Sec. 7122(a) authorizes IRS to compromise a taxpayer’s income tax liability. Code Sec. 7122(d)(1) gives IRS wide discretion to accept compromise offers and to prescribe guidelines “to determine whether an offer-in-compromise is adequate and should be accepted.” IRS will consider an OIC where: (1) the taxpayer is unable to pay the tax; (2) there is doubt as to the taxpayer’s liability for the tax; or (3) a compromise would promote effective tax administration because collection of the full amount of tax would cause economic hardship for the taxpayer, or compelling public policy or equity considerations provide a sufficient basis for compromising the liability. (Reg. § 301.7122-1(b)) There is doubt as to collectibility “in any case where the taxpayer’s assets and income are less than the full amount of the liability.” (Reg. § 301.7122-1(b)(2))

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