What information will you need to help me solve my IRS problem?

Please have your household expenses and/or business expenses listed so that we can determine how you would qualify for our help. We’ll also need social security numbers for all involved. It’s very helpful if you supply us with written communication or other documentation to you from the IRS.

I really don’t know how much I owe in taxes. I haven’t filed in years, can you help me?

Yes, we can research your records with the IRS and determine how we can best solve your problem and get you back in the system, if that’s what you want.

I have already hired someone to represent me but I’m unhappy with their work. Can you still help?

Yes, we would be happy to review your situation and advise you on the proper resolution path. Many times we are able to advise clients of more effective ways to solve their IRS problems.

I have been trying to solve my IRS problem for years. I keep getting the run-around. Can you help?

Yes. Many times it takes a professional to cut through the clutter and present your information to the right person within IRS. We can do that for you. Also we are up to date on the latest resolution procedures, which can help solve your case in your favor.

I am not near any of your offices. Can I still hire you?

Yes, we can interview you over the phone and send all agreements and forms to you by mail. Very soon you will be able to interview over the internet and monitor your case progress 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through our secure web site.

I can’t afford to pay you all at once. Do you have a payment program?

Yes, we can help you get started. You’ll make a down payment and then we will set you
up with monthly or weekly payments, depending on the nature of your problem.

How does the “pennies on the dollar” Offer In Compromise Program work?

Many of our clients qualify to settle their tax debt for “pennies on the dollar.” We present a case to the IRS that shows that you aren’t able to pay the full amount demanded. We then negotiate a settlement for you, and stay with your case all the way through the release of tax lien, which returns you to a taxpayer in good standing status.