What Actually Is Tax Resolution In Ohio?
Tax resolution is dealing with any type of tax debt, when people haven’t paid or filed their tax returns.
How Do I Know When My Situation Is Serious Enough To Contact A Tax Resolution Attorney?
When you have received a notice from the IRS and the amount of the debt is $10,000 or more, you need to contact a tax resolution attorney.
What Should I Look For When Researching Tax Resolution Attorneys To Help Me?
I think it’s important to have an attorney in your local area you can sit down face to face with. Most tax professionals work for nationwide companies and they don’t even have tax attorneys doing tax resolution. They may have accountants or other people in the tax profession handling it and you can’t actually meet with them.
How Do I Choose The Right Tax Attorney For Me? What Are Some Warning Signs?
A tax attorney should be asking you questions about your situation. If you contact one, they should want to know about what’s going on in your life regarding your taxes. Some of them are just going to try to take your money and not even find out what’s going on.
What Exactly Will A Tax Resolution Attorney Do For Me?
A tax resolution attorney is first going to figure out what it is that needs to be done. Secondly, they are going to contact the IRS to start the process to get it done. Finally, they are going to reach that resolution and walk you through that process to make sure that you are not going to encounter any pitfalls that can cost you the resolution that has been agreed to.
What Are The Options For Tax Resolution?
One of the main tax resolution options is an offer in compromise. This is an agreement to a reduced amount and a payment plan. There is also tax abatement or penalty abatement. When you have the ability to get rid of large penalties, sometimes tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars can be completely eliminated.
Will The IRS Continue To Harass Me Once You Get Started On My Case?
Once I am representing you, the IRS will be communicating with me and then I will be communicating with you.
Do I Have To Have Any Further Communication With The IRS Once I Hire Your Firm?
Most of the time, you wouldn’t have to have any further direct contact with the IRS once you’ve hired an attorney.
Can We Stop Additional Penalties From Accruing While Working To Resolve My Case?
Usually, stopping additional penalties from accruing will be a part of the resolution process.
How Do I Stop The IRS From Levying My Bank Account Or Garnishing My Wages?
Once you hire an attorney and start the resolution process, the IRS is generally not going to engage in any type of levying or garnishing actions. Sometimes, we can even get them removed, if they have already started.
I Have A CPA And A Family Law Attorney. Why Do I Need A Tax Resolution Attorney?
Neither a CPA nor a family law attorney deals with any type of tax issues. They don’t know the ins and outs of the IRS Code or process, or even what documentation to gather. They have no idea what can be done. If they try to deal with it, they are going to be up against a knowledgeable IRS agent, who is going to run circles around them, and they are not going to get you a very good result.
Should I Ever Try And Work With IRS To Resolve Tax Issues On My Own?
Not filing taxes or paying taxes can be criminal in nature. People trying to resolve tax issues on their own could incriminate themselves and put themselves in a very tough position with the IRS, along with a prosecuting agency. It is similar to having an attorney who doesn’t know what they are doing representing you. The IRS agents are going to try to do what’s best for their company, not what is best for you. Read More
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