Payment Alternatives:

  • Fresh Start
  • Streamlined Installment Agreements
  • Partial Payment Installment Agreements
  • Financial Statement Form 433-F
  • Financial Statement Form 433-A (OIC)
  • Offer in Compromise Form 656


Current and Future Filing Requirements:

  • Individual Income Tax Return Form 1040
  • Amended Tax Return Form 1040-X
  • Wage and Tax Statement Form W-2


Audit Reconsideration

Appeals

Interest and Penalty Abatement

Injured Spouse Relief

Innocent Spouse Relief



Our Location

Certified Public Accountant

Payment Alternatives:

  • Fresh Start
  • Streamlined Installment Agreements
  • In-Business Trust Fund Express
  • IBTF Installment Agreement
  • Financial Statement Form 433-B(OIC)
  • Offer in Compromise Form 656


Current and Future Filing Requirements:

  • Corporate Income Tax Return Form 1120
  • S Corp Income Tax Return Form 1120S
  • Partnership Income Tax Return Form 1065
  • Estimated Tax for Corporations Form 1120-W
  • Federal Unemployment Tax Return Form 940
  • Employer's Quarterly Tax Return Form 941
  • Employer's Annual Tax Return Form 944


Audit Reconsideration

Appeals

Trust Fund Recovery Penalty

Small Business

Let us help you resolve ALL of Your Tax Issues

Federal Tax Lien

Intent to Levy

We will represent you and negotiate on your behalf

Self-Employed

Individuals

Payment Alternatives:

  • Fresh Start
  • Streamlined Installment Agreements
  • Partial Payment Installment Agreements
  • Financial Statement Form 433-F
  • Financial Statement Form 433-A (OIC)
  • Offer in Compromise Form 656


Current and Future Filing Requirements:

  • Profit of Loss from Business Schedule C
  • Self-Employment Tax Schedule SE
  • Estimated Tax for Individuals Form 1040ES
  • Miscellaneous Income Form 1099-MISC


Audit Reconsideration

Appeals

Interest and Penalty Abatement

A levy is a legal seizure of your property to satisfy the amount of tax owed.  A levy actually takes your property to pay off the tax debt, while a lien is a claim used as security for the tax owed.  A levy allows the IRS to seize and sell property you own or have an interest in (house, car, boat) or levy your property held by someone else (wages, bank accounts, retirement accounts, rental income, commissions). 


Our staff will work to release your levy.  We will review and analyze your assessment for procedural errors.  We will dispute the assessed liability on your behalf.  We will determine the collection statutes of limitation period and we will discuss and negotiate collection options for you.

A Notice and Demand for Payment is a bill that explains how much you owe and is sent to you after the IRS assesses your tax liability.  If you do not fully pay the debt amount in time, then, a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing (levy notice) and /or Notice of Federal Tax Lien (lien notice) are filed and sent to you. 


We will work to resolve your tax issues before the lien is filed or the levy is placed upon your property.  We will gather the necessary records to determine if the assessment for the tax amount owed is correct.  Then, we will take steps to attempt to reduce the amount owed and look to pursue available collection alternatives on your behalf.

Notice and Demand for Payment

A federal tax lien allows the government to place a legal claim against your property due to unpaid taxes.  The lien attaches to all of your personal and/or business assets, rights to business assets and even assets acquired in the future while the lien is in effect.  A lien also negatively affects your ability to obtain credit and may continue even after filing for bankruptcy.


We will work with you to release the lien.  We may take aggressive action to discharge or remove the lien from specific property. We may pursue subordination of the lien to allow for a greater likelihood of approval for a loan or mortgage.  We will seek withdrawal of the lien, which removes it, and provides notice to other creditors.