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How to Resolve Your IRS Tax Debt Problems: "Anyone contemplating self-representation before the Internal Revenue Service must read this book first

How to Resolve Your IRS Tax Debt Problems: "Anyone contemplating self-representation before the Internal Revenue Service must read this book first

ISBN: 9781540773494
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Edition: 1
Publication Date: 2017-01-30
Number of pages: 66
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Do you or a family member owe the IRS unpaid taxes, have unfiled tax returns, or can’t sleep because of the stress about receiving threatening IRS tax letters and notices? Has the IRS placed a lien on your personal residence or other assets? Has the IRS levied your wages or bank accounts? Perhaps you have been intrigued by the television and radio ads where a celebrity touts the merits of using the firm that is paying the celebrity a handsome fee for his endorsement. You may have heard that the IRS will accept an offer to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount owed or that penalties can be forgiven. IRS rules are complex. This book explains in plain English how the IRS collection process works, how the offer in compromise program works (paying less than the full amount owed), what is required to begin an installment repayment plan with the IRS, how to abate IRS penalties and other IRS resolution alternatives available to a taxpayer to stop those collection notices. If you are considering working directly with the IRS or using your tax preparer or an attorney who does not specialize in IRS tax resolution, you need to read this book before taking any action. You generally only have one opportunity to resolve your tax problems with the IRS. You want to make sure that you understand your options when working with the IRS and that if you engage a firm to represent you, that it is an experienced tax resolution firm that understands the ins and outs of dealing with the IRS. Lawrence M. Lawler, CPA, EA, and Director of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers representing over 1,000 tax resolution specialists in the United States and Canada, says that “Anyone contemplating self-representation before the Internal Revenue Service must read this book first!” How to Resolve Your IRS Tax Debt Problems is an excellent resource for not only individuals who are planning to represent themselves before the IRS, but for those persons who are interviewing firms to represent them. By reading this book, you will be able to better identify who is an experienced tax resolution specialist.

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