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Get a Tax Settlement Agreement Without the Stress.

A tax settlement with the IRS done by pros unlocks your peace of mind.

Why choose Tax Defense Network for tax settlement with the IRS?

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With a decade in business, our extensive expertise is at your service.

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What We Do


Connect with us for your free, no-commitment consultation. During this chat, we’ll gather financial data about your background and current situation.


We look further into your tax situation and create personalized recommendations for tax settlement agreements.


We know how to settle tax debt with the IRS, so we’ll handle all the dirty work. You’ll be kept informed as we work on a tax settlement with the IRS on your behalf. We’ll always be available by phone or email.

“My experience with [TDN’s] services centers around successfully developing a tax liability settlement agreement with the IRS. They successfully turned a negative issue into a positive one and were routinely proactive rather than reactive in seeking out opportunities or potential solutions. They were very good at anticipating needs, showed a complete understanding of the policies and procedures, and demonstrated a thorough knowledge of tax law and procedures. I could never thank them enough for the excellent job they did, and more importantly, the tremendous support they provided during this stressful time.”

- Robert C.

Common Questions About Tax Settlement

Q: What is tax settlement?
A tax settlement is an arrangement between you and the IRS or state taxing authorities. This tax settlement agreement can include a reduced balance and occasionally a completely removed liability for any outstanding tax debt.
Q: How does tax settlement work?
Tax settlements are based on your current financial situation. First, you’ll have to decide which tax settlement program you’d like to apply for and then begin the corresponding application process. Many choose to have a tax professional assist them to offer insight and guidance into the programs and their application processes. The IRS will review the application and then make a decision. You may have to negotiate a tax settlement with the IRS to come to an agreement, which a licensed tax professional can do on your behalf. Once a tax settlement agreement is reached, the IRS will consider you in good standing for the time that the settlement covers. Should you default or break the tax settlement agreement in any way, you would no longer be considered in good standing.
Q: What is OIC in tax settlement?
OIC stands for Offer in Compromise, which is one form of a tax settlement agreement. Learn more about Offer in Compromises here.
Q: What are the benefits of an IRS settlement?
Especially if you’re feeling hopeless with your tax debt, IRS settlement agreements can offer you many benefits. They can help you pay less overall and settle a good portion of your current debt. Tax settlement agreements can also help you avoid liens, levies, and wage garnishment.
Q: Are tax settlement companies legit?
Some tax settlement companies are legit, and some are scams. Fraudulent tax settlement companies will promise you a specific resolution for pennies on the dollar with no understanding of you or your tax debt. In contrast, the best tax settlement companies will get a good grasp on your current tax situation before ensuring that a specific resolution (like an offer in Compromise) can be reached. These reputable companies will also be upfront about their fees. Tax Defense Network will do more than tell you how to get a tax settlement; once our tax professionals understand your financial background, they will be able to outline resolution options and associated fees, and then do the work on your behalf.
Q: Will the IRS settle my tax debt?
As much as we wish we could, we can’t answer this question without a good understanding of your current financial situation. You can always call us for a free, no-commitment consultation, which will give us the foundation we need to figure out how to best settle your tax debt with the IRS.

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