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The IRS may seize all property and rights to property (except for exempt property), whether the property is real or personal, tangible or intangible, belonging to any taxpayer who neglects or refuses to pay back taxes, or any property on which there is a tax lien for payment of any tax.

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Do you owe the IRS unpaid back taxes? Have they sent you many letters but you did not respond?

There are still options.

CDP – Collection due process.

If the time to respond to an IRS collection notice has passed, you, the taxpayer, or your power of attorney / representative, may file a request for an equivalent hearing if you failed to make a timely request for a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing (after receiving a Notice and Opportunity for Hearing upon Filing of Notice of a Federal Tax Lien or a Notice and Opportunity for Hearing Prior to Levy). The equivalent hearing will be held by the Appeals Office and will follow the procedures that are used for CDP hearings.

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Identity thieves are very clever. They not only steal credit cards and drain bank accounts; in 2011, the Internal Revenue Service reported the number of fraudulent tax returns associated with identity theft at 940,000 returns, resulting in $6.5 billion in associated fraudulent refunds – according to J. Russell George, head of the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA). It is big business for the thieves and it’s a huge headache for the taxpayers whose identities have been stolen.

Identity theft refers to someone obtaining another person’s personal details, to commit fraud or other crimes. This includes the use of a name and Social Security number not belonging to the fraudster.

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What do tax lawyers charge as far as cost and fees?

When taxpayers are faced with tax problems such as unpaid back taxes or IRS audits, they usually seek the help of a tax attorney. Taxpayers have the right to be represented by a licensed and IRS approved representative, known as POA or power of attorney. Representation fees vary widely by various firms.

Our firm mostly offers flat fee engagements.

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No one really wants to get themselves into the situation of owing back taxes. Unfortunately, it happens; and it happens most often when people are going through a difficult time including facing unemployment, life and relationship changes, and even medical problems. The present state of the economy certainly isn’t making it easier. However, the Internal Revenue Service recently launched the Fresh Start program to give taxpayers relief – if they are willing to get compliant by filing all of their taxes, and work with the agency to resolve their back tax debt to the extent they are able.

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Our firm prides itself for providing various tax services to many Union members. Services such as:

Tax preparation service: we will professionally prepare your federal and state tax returns,
Tax planning: we will work with you to legally strategize and minimize your tax liability,
Tax problems: we will represent you and resolve any unpaid tax debt, or release tax levies such as wage garnishments, bank levies, unfiled back taxes, offer in compromise, and or affordable payment plans,
IRS audit representation: do not face the IRS on your own, we can represent you without you appearing,
Estate & Fiduciary tax: we can prepare and plan your estate and fiduciary tax matter.

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If you haven’t paid back taxes, penalties, or interest – you may be able to work with us to apply for an Offer in Compromise (OIC) with the IRS in order to get compliant, alleviate your issues with the IRS collectors, and move forward. An OIC is an agreement to settle your tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. The good news is that it may be easier than you think. In the spring of 2012 the IRS modified their offer in compromise guidelines, in an effort to work with struggling taxpayers, making it much more favorable to the taxpayer.

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Often, married taxpayers choose to file a joint tax return because of certain benefits this filing status allows. Unfortunately, there are times because of divorce, separation, or other circumstances that one spouse becomes liable for taxes, interest, or penalties due to improper filing or reporting of their partner.

If you are in need of advice on the best way to obtain tax relief, we welcome you to contact our tax firm for a free tax consultation at 877-788-2937.

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Tax returns for registered domestic partners, including same-sex spouses, can be complex. The laws in your state, and more specifically community property laws, dictate how you file and which deductions you can claim. There are nine community property states in the nation: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin. Your state’s laws also determine how you, as a registered domestic partner, file your returns federally with the Internal Revenue Service.

For assistance with all RDP tax services, please contact our firm for a free tax consultation at 877-788-2937.

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