QUESTIONS


Question 1: I have a tax problem with the IRS, do I have to speak or see the IRS?

 

Question 2: I have not filed income tax returns for several years. Can I file now and obtain a fresh start?

 

Question 3: Can I go to prison for not filing my taxes?

 

Question 4: When I filed my taxes, I did not have the money to pay. The IRS is sending me letters to take my property. Can I obtain an agreement with the IRS to stop enforcement?

 

Question 5: I made an installment agreement with the IRS but stopped paying because I could not afford the payment plan. How can I stop making payments to the IRS until I am financially able to resume the agreement?

 

Question 6: I received a collection notice from the IRS on taxes that my spouse owes from my spouse's business and or W2. We filed joint return when we were married but now we are divorced. My divorce decree said that my spouse is responsible. The IRS agent I spoke to said that I am responsible, the IRS is not bound by the divorce decree. The IRS agent will not stop the enforcement against me. What can I do to stop this the IRS?

 

Question 7: I received a final examination notice from the IRS. I did not agree with the IRS examiner. What can I do?

 

Question 8: I received a notice from the IRS saying that the IRS adjusted my tax return from their computer records. I do not agree with the IRS that I owe them anything. What can I do?

 

Question 9: I received a trust fund penalty assessment from the IRS on a business that I am listed as an officer. I do not operate this business or have control over its affairs. I told the IRS

Revenue Officer this information. He still assessed me. What can I do?

 

Question 10: I have not paid my payroll taxes for my business in full for the past several years. The IRS officer wants to close my business.  I need this business to support my family.What can I do?

 

Question 11: The IRS seized my bank account and now sent my empolyer a wage garnishment. I need my money to survive and the IRS agent will not release my money. What can I do?

 

Question 12: I received an IRS notice that says, notice of Deficieny. I have 90 days to file in Tax Court. I heard the Tax Court usually rules in favor of the IRS. What can I do?

 

Question 13: I overpaid my federal taxes on my form 1040. It is now five years since I filed my original tax return. I was making payments to the IRS for the past three years. Can I get back my overpayment?

 

Question 14: I have a business partner who recently sued me. I am represented by an attorney now. I discovered that my partner did not report all of the business income on my the business tax return and used that money for personal reasons. The business records have been lost or destroyed by my business partner. Is there anything that I can do to show my attorney this loss?

 

Question 15: I owe the IRS money for back taxes. I heard that I can offer a one time settlement with the IRS for pennies on the dollar.  Can I do this?

 

Question 16: Can I file bankruptcy and discharge all my taxes?

 

Question 17: I have a federal tax lien on my credit report. I still owe the IRS money and I am making payments. Is there anything I can do to remove this lien from my credit report?

 

Question 18: I do not live in your area where your practice is located. Can your firm still represent me in my tax problem with the IRS?

 

Question 19: Can your CPA Firm represent me in Court on my dispute with the IRS?

 

Question 20: How can I obtain an evaluation of my case to see if you can help me with my case without paying a lot of money for just an analysis?

ANSWERS

Answer Question 1I have a tax problem with the IRS, do I have to speak or see the IRS?

 NO. Our firm will represent you before the IRS and will provide the IRS with all of the information the IRS requires without you appearing in person to speak to the IRS. There are special circumstances where the IRS will issue a summons for your personal appearance. If this occurrs we will move to quash the summons and compel the IRS to obtain a Court order to enforce the summons.

 

 

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Answer Question 2I have not filed income tax returns for several years. Can I file now and obtain a fresh start? 

YES. Any tax returns that you have not filed, our firm can file for you. If you Owe money a payment agreement can be begotiated on your behalf with the IRS.

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Answer Question 3: Can I go to prison for not filing my taxes?

Unfortunately this is up to the US Government. What we can tell you is that when you do file your taxes, the tax return must be truthful and accurate. This means that you must tell our firm all of your income form all sources and be sure that you deducting expenses that are allowed by the law. If you do not tell the truth, than you will be filing a false tax return. We will do all that is needed for you to acurately and correctly file your taxes as the law requires. But it starts with you. 

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Answer Question 4: When I filed my taxes, I did not have the money to pay. The IRS is sending me letters to take my property. Can I obtain an agreement with the IRS to stop enforcement?. 

YES. Our Firm can contact the IRS, Stop enforcement and request a payment agreement for you that you are able to afford to pay. Not what the IRS tells you that you have to pay.

 

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Answer Question 5: I made an installment agreement with the IRS but stopped paying because I could not afford the payment plan. How can I stop making payments to the IRS until I am financially able to resume the agreement?

Our firm will contact the IRS and suspend your payments under economic hardship. To do this we must obtain all of your financial information and make a determination that you can not pay your taxes now. Than we will notify the IRS for you. 

 

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Answer Question 6: I received a collection notice from the IRS on taxes that my spouse owes from my spouse's business and or W2. We filed joint return when we were married but now we are divorced. My divorce decree said that my spouse is responsible. The IRS agent I spoke to said that I am responsible, the IRS is not bound by the divorce decree. The IRS agent will not stop the enforcement against me. What can I do to stop this the IRS?

There are several procedures to stop enforcement. Innocent spouse and injured spouse are two examples. Contact our firm for us to analyze your situation and we will make a proper determination of other available remedies under the law. 

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Answer Question 7: I received a final examination notice from the IRS. I did not agree with the IRS examiner. What can I do?

If you received your disallowance notice and are still within your days from your disallowance notice date, than we can file an appeal to the IRS appeal's office for you. If you are beyond the 30 days and the IRS issued a Notice of Deficiency in Tax Court and you still within the 90 day period to file in Tax Court, than the Tax Court will be utilized for you. If you are not able to file in Tax Court, than we will determine the best avenue available to you.

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Answer Question 8:I received a final examination notice from the IRS. I did not agree with the IRS examiner. What can I do?

First, if you are still within the 30 days of receiving that disallowance notice, we can file an appeal to the IRS appeal's office for you. If you are beyond the 30 days and the IRS issued a Notice of Deficiency in Tax Court and you still within the 90 day period to file in Tax Court, than the Tax Court will be utilized for you. If you are not able to file in Tax Court, than we will determine the best avenue available to you.

 

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Answer Question 9: I received a trust fund penalty assessment from the IRS on a business that I am listed as an officer. I do not operate this business or have control over its affairs. I told the IRS Revenue Officer this information. He still assessed me. What can I do?

The IRS is assessing you as a responsible party. What or firm can do is set up the needed documentation to prove that you are not a responsible person and that you should not be assessed any taxes by the IRS.

 

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Answer Question 10:I have not paid my payroll taxes for my business in full for the past several years. The IRS officer wants to close my business.  I need this business to support my family.What can I do?

Our firm will contact the revenue officer for you. Stop enforcement and discuss all options to pay the back taxes.

 

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Answer Question 11: The IRS seized my bank account and now sent my empolyer a wage garnishment. I need my money to survive and the IRS agent will not release my money. What can I do?

See our information on the home page, follow the link to Bank Account Seizure and Wage Garnishment. But the most important step is to contact our Firm.

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Answer Question 12: I received an IRS notice that says, notice of Deficieny. I have 90 days to file in Tax Court. I heard the Tax Court usually rules in favor of the IRS. What can I do?

You are correct, when you say that the Tax Court usually rules in favor of the IRS. The main reason is that 90 % of the cases in Tax Court are prepared by self representation by non profesionals who are not trained in Tax. First step will be for you to retain our firm. Than through our attorneys, the Tax Court will be invoked for you to file the tax issues in dispute. Thereafter, our firm will obtain a review with the Appeal's office on your behalf top discuss & settle any disputes before going to Court. In this manner, you will have the technicall expertise that your case will require in negotiating with the IRS a favorableagreement.

 

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Answer Question 13I overpaid my federal taxes on my form 1040. It is now five years since I filed my original tax return. I was making payments to the IRS for the past three years. Can I get back my overpayment?

YES. You can obtain a refund for any amount that you paid in the last two years. Our Firm will have to file your claim for refund and make the request from the IRS.

 

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Answer Question 14: I have a business partner who recently sued me. I am represented by an attorney now. I discovered that my partner did not report all of the business income on my the business tax return and used that money for personal reasons. The business records have been lost or destroyed by my business partner. Is there anything that I can do to show my attorney this loss?

YES. Through our expertise in Forensic Accounting , Forensic Tax Investigation and Forensic Fraud examination will uncover the loss from the company and provide documentation for your attorney to allow your attorney to take the appropriate action on your behalf. See more information on our links under, Forensic AccountantForensic Fraud ExaminerForensic Fraud Accountant & IRS Tax Issues.

 

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Answer Question 15: I owe the IRS money for back taxes. I heard that I can offer a one time settlement with the IRS for pennies on the dollar.  Can I do this?

Yes. There are qualifications for this settlement. The process is called an "Offer in Compromise" for more information click on the underlined link here Offer in Compromise.

 

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Answer Question 16Can I file bankruptcy and discharge all my taxes?

As a general answer, personal income taxes that have been filed with the IRS and over three years old can be discharged and were assessed by the IRS at least 240 days prior to the bankruptcy filing and voluntarily filed at least two years. However, most taxes are not dischargeable. For example the 100% penalty known as "Trust Fund Taxes" are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Therefore, our Offer in Compromise program is the only effective way to eliminate these taxes provided you owe them.

 

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Answer Question 17: I have a federal tax lien on my credit report. I still owe the IRS money and I am making payments. Is there anything I can do to remove this lien from my credit report?

Yes. We must convice the IRS that your credit report is important to you earning a livelyhood and that the adverse filing is hurting your ability to earn your livelyhood. To those who do not fit into this catagory there is a special procudure that we can file with the IRS for you to assist you with this problem. 

 

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Answer Question 18I do not live in your area where your practice is located. Can your firm still represent me in my tax problem with the IRS?

YES. Our firm has clients in California, Florida, Kentucky and Ohio. Most communications now are by faxes, mail with telephone conferences to resolve most disputes. If physical presence will become necessary, our firm can file  to transfer your case to our company's location to meet with the IRS, if needed. About 98% of the time meeting face to face with the IRS is not required. The IRS now has restructured and there are various areas of the USA that performs certain functions. As an example the IRS may have their people in Pensylvania hanling certain matters while the taxpayer lives in Kentucky.

 

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Answer Question 19: Can your CPA Firm represent me in Court on my dispute with the IRS?

Our CPA Firm can not represent you in any Court. However, our CPA Firm has attorneys that we use based on the expertise needed. We will retainer one of these attorney's for your case to file the Court documents. Than our Firm will assist in the litigation as either the experts on the case or as techincal Consultants to your case. A Tax Disputed case that goes to any Court will require techincal expertise as well as legal expertise. Our Firm will provide the techincal expertise and will also provide the Attorney for your case. In this manner, you will receive the best of both worlds to have your case defended.

 

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Answer Question 20: How can I obtain an evaluation of my case to see if you can help me with my case without paying a lot of money for just an analysis?

When you first contact our Firm, mention that you obtained our name from this web site and you will receive a FREE 30 Minute Consultation on your case. With our firm's expertise, we can anylyze most of the problems in your case and be prepared to inform you about your representation.

 

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Notice: The responses and or information on this web site is not intended to be legal, or tax advise and it should not be taken as such. This is provided as information only for the reader to understand enough about the problem to contact our firm for the professional representation needed to assit the reader.