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  • Stop or Prevent IRS Levy
  • Remove or Release IRS Levy
  • IRS Offer in Compromise
  • IRS Installment Agreement
  • Innocent Spouse Relief
  • IRS Financial Hardship
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  • Unpaid Personal Taxes
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For millions of taxpayers, here in Florida and nationwide, IRS tax problems are commonplace. Unfortunately, a large majority of those taxpayers simply don't know what to do or how to remedy the tax issues they dealing with.

Even during healthy economies, people and businesses run into trouble, get behind, have trouble paying. The situation - for many now - is far worse. The economy is hurting and so are taxpayers who've fallen behind. And while the IRS offers a taxpayer advocate service to help those needing help (see the following link which shows taxpayer advocate resources: (//www.irs.gov/advocate) more and more taxpayers- especially those with individual or business tax debt in excess of $10,000, are turning to experienced tax resolution attorneys, tax debt negotiators, and ex-IRS agents to can help find the most favorable outcome for tax resolution.

If you're like many American taxpayers, approaching what can be a stressful encounter with the IRS, you can answer a few basic questions online to request your free tax debt consultation at no obligation.

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Tax Relief Specialists to Help You

If you owe the IRS back taxes and are facing, or worried about, a wage garnishment, bank levy, tax lien, you may want to strongly consider the services of a BBB-A-Rated tax relief specialist. The good news is, once your situation has been reviewed, you may find out that you qualify for any of a number of IRS tax relief options including:

  • Offer in Compromise
  • Penalty Abatement
  • Negotiated Settlement
  • Installment Agreement
  • Economic/Financial Hardship
  • Currently Not Collectible
  • Innocent Spouse Provision

Offer in Compromise - This is a negotiated agreement between the IRS and the taxpayer. Essentially, it gives the taxpayer some breathing room, allowing for a settlement at less than the full amount owed.

Florida Tax Relief will connect you to tax experts who will communicate with the IRS directly on your behalf.

  • Penalty Abatement - this occurs when the IRS learns a taxpayer has fallen behind and has had "reasonable cause" to do so. When this occurs, the IRS may agree to remove or reconsider penalties and certain fees assessed. When a taxpayer falls behind, penalties and interest are automatically added to the full amount of tax owed. The IRS initiates those penalties and fees without knowing the exact reason for the taxpayer falling behind. Only if YOU take positive steps to communicate and negotiate with the IRS will a penalty abatement come into play.
  • Negotiated Settlement - a general term describing the various forms of arriving at a more favorable financial result for the taxpayer who finds themselves in arrears with IRS tax debt. Florida Tax Relief specializes in putting Florida taxpayers who need help in touch with BBB-A-Rated tax resolution attorneys, tax debt negotiators, and ex-IRS agents and experts; specialists who can achieve a desired and more positive outcome between you and the IRS.
  • Installment Agreement- for those who cannot afford to make a full payment of their taxes, the IRS allows taxpayers, who have the right by law to negotiate a payment or installment plan that is more manageable and affordable for the taxpayer. Provided that the individual has kept to the terms of their agreement, collection action from the IRS should stop. For those violating the terms, the IRS may take additional action, including the filing of Federal Tax Lien, wage garnishment, or a bank levy. It makes sense to know all your tax relief rights under federal code and the tax defense options available to you.
  • Economic / Financial Hardship - for those individuals suffering economically or undergoing financial hardship, there are legal procedures available to insure that persons get fair consideration from the IRS. For example, if an individual provides over half of the child-support required by state law or for provides at least half of the support for another legal dependent, they may be exempt from wage garnishment. If an individual can demonstrate, show or prove a complete inability to pay from illness or a recent job loss for example, the IRS can and does stop collection efforts, at least temporarily.
  • Owe back taxes to the IRS? Get a free tax debt relief evaluation and consultation at no obligation.

  • Currently Not Collectible - is defined as the inability of a taxpayer to pay taxes. It's a declaration of status the IRS assigns to an individual after the IRS receives evidence that the taxpayer simply does not have the ability to make payment. It is a status that a taxpayer may request. When the status is granted, all collection efforts by the IRS must cease. There is a 10-year statute of limitations and if after that period the IRS fails to collect, the tax debts will expire.
  • Innocent Spouse Provision - This occurs when one of the two married-filing-jointly spouses, claims that taxes owed are not accurate or correctly remitted. It's a form of tax relief that may be granted to the spouse of the innocent party for several reasons including: Marriage ended or legal separation, living separately or estrangement. It can also be granted to the innocent spouse if it can proved that some impropriety occurred during the filing of the joint return. When the Innocent Spouse relief is not applicable to an individual, the spouse may seek "Equitable Relief" or "Relief by Separation of Liability."

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