Category Archives: Tax Attorney

How to Fill Out IRS Form 656 Offer In Compromise

Form 656: Filling It Out This guide will explain how to fill out IRS Form 656, which is used to submit an Offer In Compromise to the Internal Revenue Service. This is part of our guide on How To Do … Continue reading

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Optima Tax Relief Review: Alan Thicke Recommends, but Should You Buy?

We get many calls from people that almost hired Optima Tax Relief, and we find that most people did not like what they heard from them. In this review we will go over the information we have learned about Optima … Continue reading

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Tax Lien on Credit Report? Use IRS Form 12277 To Withdraw an IRS Lien

This article covers how to withdraw an IRS lien. If you have active liens and debts that are still owed, you may want to see our Offer in Compromise Guide or call us for a free consultation with one of … Continue reading

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911 Tax Relief Reviews and Complaints: Are they legitimate?

We are always taking a look at our competitors and always surprised how awful some of the companies are. The industry of “Tax Relief” is plagued by many high pressure boiler room sales companies that really have no interest in … Continue reading

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Tax Help For Veterans

A lot of veterans end up havingĀ  a tax issue for various reasons: cancellation of debt, cashing out retirement accounts, being self employed, and a host of other reasons. If you are a veteran, collecting a retirement or disability check … Continue reading

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Currently Non Collectible Status, Offer In Compromise, or Both?

When a case is in collections with the IRS and you cannot afford any payment (as determined by the IRS Collection Financial Standards, you have two options: Currently Non Collectible Status – Effectively a $0/month payment plan. Offer in Compromise … Continue reading

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Tax Help For Seniors

There are many seniors out there that need tax help and may owe back due taxes from their previous employment or businesses even though they are now retired. Many seniors are on a fixed income and think that they are … Continue reading

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When Are IRS Tax Liens Filed? How Can I Avoid Them?

For purposes of back due tax personal tax debts, the Internal Revenue Service typically files a lien in the following situations: You have a balance over $10,000 due and your account is placed into Currently Non Collectable Status. You have … Continue reading

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Tax Defense Partners: Rush Limbaugh Recommends, but Take A Second Look Before You Buy

You may have heard about Tax Defense Partners on the radio and have called in to talked to a high pressure salesman. They are highly advertised on radio, and with high advertising comes high fees. The former taxresolution.com, another heavily … Continue reading

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Tax Attorney Fees and Cost

Hiring someone to help you with your back due tax issues can be a difficult decision. There are many providers out there and the fees are generally very high. In this article we will go through the costs and fees … Continue reading

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