Looking For A Tampa IRS Attorney You Can Count On To Help You With Your IRS Problems?
Are Back Taxes a Major Source of Stress in Your Life?
I have helped thousands of people who were once in your shoes nip their tax problems in the bud and I can help you too. The first step they made was contacting me by filling in the form below. Even if you just need a little tax counseling, I will sit down with you one on one to come up with the most appropriate solution to your problem.
Something You Should Know Before Tackling Your Tax Problems
If you anticipate dealing with the IRS some time soon, there are a few things you should know. Despite the amicable front that Revenue Officers put on and their initial willingness to reach a solution to your tax liability issues, remember that IRS employees are paid to protect the interests of the U.S. Treasury and ensure a high recovery for their boss, the government. In these situations, an experienced tax professional is a better alternative for several reasons. He or she can help inexperienced taxpayers like you avoid rigid payment plans and link you with more affordable resources that will better help protect your rights, try to reach a solution that is to your benefit, and settle any existing tax problem.
An Offer in Compromise Can Help Settle Your IRS Tax Debt
The IRS Offer in Compromise program offers taxpayers a chance get help with their back taxes. The program benefits those who owe the IRS an opportunity to reduce a large amount to a one-time small payment that also serves as a final settlement. As seen on TV, the program will also allow taxpayers who disagree with the amount owed an opportunity to get those tax liabilities re-evaluated. All back tax liabilities will be settled through the final offer amount, allowing taxpayers to get a fresh start. As soon as the Offer in Compromise is accepted by the IRS and the amount is paid, all federal tax liens will be released.
Unlike many of life’s difficulties, IRS problems simply don’t go away by themselves. The ugly truth is that they only become worse as time goes on. Penalties accumulate and interest accrues every single day your IRS problems go unresolved, slowly but steadily eating away at your hard-earned dollars. IRS problems can quietly invade all aspects of your life, negatively affecting even your physical and emotional health through lost sleep and constant worry. And it doesn’t matter how long you sleep or how far you travel to forget about your IRS problems – your IRS problems will never forget about you.
Ironically, IRS penalties were meant only to be a “slap on the wrist”; a gentle reminder to learn from past mistakes. But unfortunately, today’s penalties can be so severe that most individuals find it nearly impossible to see a way out and get the IRS help they so desperately need.
The longer you go without IRS help, the more aggressive the collection attempts will become. That’s because the IRS doesn’t care how your debt is paid. They will do whatever it takes – bank levies, wage garnishment, even seizing your assets and selling them at auction – to get their money back. They can even attack your pension, retirement or social security check! And the worst thing about these collection methods is that they can prevent you from ever rebuilding your retirement funds or assets.
Most people already enjoy the peace of mind that comes with being debt free. Why shouldn’t you? You owe it to yourself and your family to find out more about how to get IRS help.
Don’t sit and wait for your IRS problems to go away; take your first step right now. Just call: (888) 438-6474 to meet with me for free, and I’ll show you how you can reclaim your life and put an end to the vicious cycle of IRS debt.
As an IRS Lawyer in Tampa you can work with us to get tax help and your tax problems solved
I look forward to hearing from you.
Darrin T. Mish
Licensed to practice in Florida & Colorado. May represent taxpayers in all 50 states
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