Tax Solutions: How CuraDebt Can Help You Resolve Your Tax Debt

Tax solutions - How CuraDebt Can Help You Resolve Your Tax Debt

What is Tax Resolution?

Tax resolution is also known as IRS representation, tax problem recovery, and tax controversy. It is the process of working with the IRS and tax professionals to resolve your tax issues. Tax resolution is in high demand.

Here at CuraDebt, we can help you resolve your tax debt by following these steps:

  1. Free Initial Consultation

This is the first step towards resolving your tax debt. Contact us today to learn more about what resolutions you may qualify for. We will answer any questions that you may have. During this free consultation we will gather information from you so that we can better understand your situation and determine how we can help you.

  1. Investigation and Research

During this phase we will review your financial situation with you and use the Power of Attorney to contact the IRS on your behalf. We will find out what options are available to you based on your financial situation.

  1. Negotiate the Best Resolution for your situation

  We will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf. We will provide the IRS with your financial statement and fight to have eligible penalties removed. We will find the best resolution for you, based on your financial situation.

  1. Relieve You From The Burden of IRS Debt

Once we set up the resolution for you, you can continue living your life without the worry of having to deal with IRS debt and the stresses that come with it. You will be able to start over fresh with no tax debt!

Here are a few Tax Services that we offer:

  • IRS and State Back Tax Returns – The most important thing that you can do if you are facing back tax issues is to become compliant again with the IRS. We can assist you with going back and filing all of the back tax returns that you did not do in the prior years.
  • Tax Lien – The federal government can place a tax lien on your property. They can take legal ownership of the property until all debts are paid off. We are able to assist you in having these liens removed and amounts reduced.
  • Bank Levy –  The bank can place a levy on your property, such as your home, car, boat, ect. and take it to pay back what you owe. If you have received a notice of levy please contact us today, as we need to act fast. It is important to do this before the government takes possession of your property. 
  • Wage Garnishments – Wage garnishment is a legal procedure in which a person’s earnings are required by court order to be withheld by an employer for the payment of a debt. If you are behind on paying your taxes, the IRS has the legal ability to go to your employer (or whoever does your payroll), and garnish a significant percentage of your wages before you even see it. We will work as quickly as possible to get these garnishments removed for you.
  • IRS Notices and Letters – If you owe money to the IRS, chances are that they will be contacting you by mail. We can help you resolve your tax debt so that the IRS notices and letters will stop. It is important that we act quickly. If you are receiving these letters there is a good chance that your account will soon go into collections.
  • Penalties and Interest – If you owe the IRS money, chances are that you owe more than you should because of interest and penalties that have been added on. We will help you reduce or eliminate as many penalties as are eligible. 
  • Revenue Officer – If you owe money to the IRS and have been receiving letters from them that you have not responded to, do not be surprised if an IRS revenue officer shows up at your front door! They will harass you until you have paid off your debt.
  • Business and Payroll Taxes – If you have fallen behind in business taxes or employee expenses, we can help you get back on track and pay off your business tax debts.
  • Innocent Spouse Relief – This is sometimes hard to negotiate with the IRS, but we have successfully done it a number of times. Innocent spouse relief can relieve you from paying additional taxes if your spouse understated taxes due on your joint tax return and you didn’t know about the errors.
  • Offer In Compromise – This is a resolution for those who are experiencing financial hardship. An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between a taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service that settles a taxpayer’s tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. If this option is available to you, based on your financial situation, we will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.
  • Currently Not Collectible – This is another resolution that is offered to those who are experiencing financial hardship. Being currently not collectible does not mean the debt goes away, it means the IRS has determined you cannot afford to pay the debt at this time. 
  • Installment Agreement – The IRS will usually try to get you to pay back your debt in full amount. We can help negotiate an installment agreement with the IRS, which allows you to pay off your debt through monthly payments.
  • Penalty Abatement –  The IRS will add penalties and interest to what you owe. We will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf to have these penalties forgiven.

Contact us today for your free consultation. 1-877-999-0486

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