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If you are looking for tax services, we can help you. Our team of tax professionals offers many solutions to the mounting IRS problems taxpayers face.

With Tax Attorney Help Philadelphia, you can find the right tax debt solution for your IRS problems.

Offer in Compromise
An Offer in Compromise allows a taxpayer to get relief on their past back tax liabilities, but for less than the full amount owed. It is an excellent option for taxpayers suffering from financial hardship, but not a solution for every case.

Installment Agreement
An Installment Agreement with the IRS is sometimes referred to as a payment plan or payment agreement. Many times a taxpayer is under the impression they can call the IRS and negotiate on their own, however; this is hardly the case. The IRS will want to take as much money from you as quickly as possible. Typically, the IRS will want the balance paid in full or paid off in an unreasonable amount of time. What will usually happen is the taxpayer ends up paying a monthly payment outside of their budget, which leads to financial hardship. It is imperative to hire a tax attorney to represent you, to properly establish payment terms, and ensure that you are not put into a hardship situation with unreasonable repayment amounts.

Penalty Abatement
The Internal Revenue Code allows for abatement of any penalties associated with the late filing of a return, late payment of tax and late deposit of tax. However, there must be compelling circumstances that exist. There is a list of “reasonable cause’s criteria” as defined in the Code that must be met. Due to the complicated tax code, portions of the interest associated with these penalties can also be abated. It is important to have a tax attorney file the necessary forms because submitting for a Penalty Abatement is usually a “one-time” shot.

Innocent Spouse Relief
Innocent Spouse Relief provides you relief from additional tax you owe if your spouse or former spouse failed to report income, reported income improperly or claimed improper deductions or credits. When filing for Innocent Spouse Relief it is extremely important to hire a tax attorney to file the proper forms. There are conditions and rules that must be followed in order to receive this type of relief. This is a very complicated and difficult process and should be carried out by a tax attorney to ensure the taxpayer receives the best chance at alleviating past debts.

Currently Not Collectible
A Currently Not Collectible status indicates that the taxpayer is unable to pay their tax debt. The IRS has guidelines they follow to determine if the taxpayer’s situation falls under a hardship rule. There are many misconceptions as to what the IRS sees as a means to collect versus what the taxpayer feels is worth collecting. If the taxpayer qualifies, the IRS will temporarily stop collections on them. Without the representation of a tax attorney and their presentation of your financial situation, it will be difficult to understand the position of the IRS as to what they deem as collectible.

Payroll Tax Relief
Payroll taxes generally fall into two categories: deductions from an employee’s wages and taxes paid by the employer based on the employee’s wages. Employers must report payroll taxes to the appropriate taxing jurisdiction in the manner each jurisdiction provides. Failure to pay this type of taxes results in higher penalties. There are many forms that have to be submitted according to the appropriate taxing jurisdiction. If you want your business to succeed, it is important to hire a tax attorney to assist you with these types of filings to ensure correct amounts are being paid to Federal, State and local jurisdictions. Failure to pay Payroll Taxes will result in penalties, interest, accounts receivable levies, bank levies and potential forced business dissolution.

Tax Lien Relief
A tax lien is a lien imposed by law upon a property to secure the payment of taxes. A tax lien may be imposed for delinquent taxes owed on real property or personal property, or as a result of failure to pay income taxes or other taxes. A tax attorney has the ability to work with the IRS and/or State and subordinate the lien in order for the taxpayer to not be affected by it for financial reasons. There are specific guidelines that have to be met and forms that need to be submitted in order for this process to work.

Unfiled Return Solutions
Unfiled Returns are also commonly known as back tax returns. This will lead to excess penalties, fees and back taxes owed. Tax returns should be filed every single year and should not be taken lightly. If you do not file a tax return, the IRS will file one for you, based on reported income. According to the IRS website “Continued non-compliance by flagrant or repeat nonfilers could result in additional penalties and/or criminal prosecution.” It is critical to hire a tax attorney in these situations. When you are unfiled for many years, the IRS can deem that as tax evasion. The tax attorney will know what path to take to avoid any criminal prosecution.

Wage Garnishment Solutions
Wage Garnishment is the process of deducting money from an employee’s monetary compensation in an effort to force the taxpayer to pay back taxes. Wage Garnishments continue until the entire debt is paid or arrangements are made to pay the debt off. Employers receive a notice telling them to withhold a certain amount of their employee’s wages for payment and cannot refuse to garnish wages. Most taxpayers may not realize they are in danger of receiving a levy until their wages are actually being taken. A tax attorney is able to lift the wage garnishment and negotiate on the taxpayers behalf to place the taxpayer in a more favorable position with the IRS. A tax attorney also has the ability to stop wage garnishments from taking place.

State Tax Solutions
The state tax rules vary from state to state. This makes state filing more complicated at times than federal filings. The most effective way to ensure you are receiving the most deductions and preventing State collection actions is to hire a tax attorney.