Partial Payment Install Agreement of $100 a month on $19,072.42 in debt
SITUATION:¬†A woman called us because she owed the IRS due to not having had her federal taxes deducted from her paycheck for a couple of years. As a result, her wages were garnished. She tried to work something out on her own with the IRS. She agreed to a payment plan¬†but was unable to continue with the payments as they were too high‚Ä¶
Currently Non Collectible on $42,473.40 in debt
SITUATION: A woman called us with about $42,000 that she owed to the IRS. This was for her and her husband for several prior years of unpaid taxes. She mentioned that they were compliant with their returns, as they had always filed on time. She continued to explain that $19,000 of the tax debt was from unpaid self employment tax, which was incurred by her husband‚Ä¶
Currently Non Collectible on $31,358.75 in debt
SITUATION:¬†A man¬†called us because he was receiving threatening notices from the IRS for about $30k. He tried to solve it on his own, but the IRS would not explore a resolution due to his not being in tax compliance. His taxes due were from unpaid balances from the years¬†2004, 2005, 2009, 2011, and 2012.¬†He also had lottery winnings and was not aware that it was enough to file‚Ä¶
Partial Payment Install Agreement of $200 a month on $29,198.37 in debt
SITUATION: A man contacted us owing approximately $23,000 to the IRS because of insufficient withholdings on his 401k contributions. He was forced into early retirement, had nine different back surgeries and was finding it difficult to get a job…
Partial Payment Install Agreement of $300 a month on $522,377.91 in debt
SITUATION: A¬†woman who called us, unfortunately, had her own business which failed. To keep her business afloat, she used the funds that were supposed to have been paid over for payroll taxes to fund her business operations. As a result, she was personally assessed with a trust fund recovery penalty‚Ä¶
Audit Defense saved over 17K on $29,524.79 in debt
SITUATION: A man called us to assist him with a solution to resolve about $30,000 that the IRS was coming after him for. During the initial consultation, the client informed us that he had been audited. He was also concerned about a Form‚Ä¶.
Offer in Compromise for $25.00 on $58,923.19 in debt
SITUATION: A woman called in with about $75K to the IRS. She had been in an installment agreement with the IRS, but they were asking for more money, which she could not afford. The reason she had unpaid taxes was as a result of higher withholdings‚Ä¶.
Offer in Compromise for $100.00 on $15,611.34 in debt
SITUATION: A woman called in stating that she had about $24K of debt owed to the IRS. She explained that the liability stemmed from issues dating back to 2006. She has 2 children and she had applied for the Child Tax Credit, but‚Ä¶.