If you have a threat of garnishment, you must act quickly. Generally speaking, you may have less than 30 days before garnishment begins. Our tax professionals can prevent this from happening, but only if we take immediate action. If your wages are already being garnished, relief is just a call away. We specialize in garnishment releases, often times before your next paycheck.
Answer: Yes, the IRS does require by law that taxpayers must be in compliance prior to any negotiated resolution. In fact, failure to file can be considered criminal. However, we offer complete tax solutions and can have all your missing or incomplete tax returns prepared by our attorneys. We will even pull the master file directly from the IRS to review what has been reported to ensure you’re not paying a penny more than required.
Yes, this is known as an Offer in Compromise (OIC). However, beware of companies that promote this as the solution to every taxpayer’s issue. This is a great program but only for those that can qualify. During your free consultation our tax professionals will determine your ability to qualify. The good news is there are several programs that may offer a solution to your tax problem.