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Back Taxes

Get back taxes help. Even if you feel like your back is up against the wall due to unpaid taxes, you can feel empowered again.

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Delinquent taxes will escalate unless you address it

Delinquent Taxes

Back taxes that go unpaid past the due date are considered delinquent and can lead to aggressive IRS or state collective actions. Delinquency will only escalate unless you address it.

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Get help from a tax professional to release a levy from IRS debt

IRS Tax Levy

A levy can be an unwelcome devastation to your already-strained finances. Your best shot at releasing a levy from IRS debt is getting help from a tax professional.

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Requesting a release of the lien is key

IRS Tax Liens

If you have a federal or state lien, urgency is key to resolving the debt or requesting a release of the lien.

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You have options to potentially remove IRS penalties from late filing

IRS Tax Penalties

Whether you have IRS penalties stacking up from late filing, missed payments, or inaccurate taxes, you have options to potentially remove or resolve the charges.

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Recover from missed tax filing with help from tax relief professionals

Unfiled Taxes

Recover from missed tax filing years before the repercussions get worse with help from tax relief professionals.

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The IRS withholds a percentage of your paycheck to improve your tax debt

Wage Garnishment

When the IRS withholds a percentage of your paycheck or other income streams to satisfy your tax debt, you can potentially face difficulties at work and at home.

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What happens if I don’t take care of my tax debt immediately?

Maybe that IRS letter has been sitting in your kitchen junk drawer for a few months, or maybe you’re just barely getting by to support your family. From financial hardship to other debts (like student loan or credit card debt) piling up, there are many reasons you can’t afford to pay your taxes.

Regardless of the reason for your financial situation, back taxes must be addressed immediately. If not, the IRS can pursue more aggressive collection actions like levies, liens, and garnishing your paycheck.

Our tax professionals can work with the IRS on your behalf to help stop collective actions and reach a more affordable agreement, whether that tax resolution is an installment agreement or the chance to settle your tax debt. All you have to do is pick up the phone for your free initial consultation. We’ll provide the tax help you need to address tax liabilities, collection actions, and penalties and interest so you can get on with life.

Not sure where to begin? Download “A Taxpayer’s Guide to Surviving IRS Tax Debt” to learn more about tax debt and how to address it.


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