Obtaining tax relief really can be as easy as retaining the services of a tax negotiator. That may sound like an oversimplification of a difficult problem, but expert negotiation with the IRS can yield critical tax reductions and reasonable payment plans. As a taxpayer, you have a lot of rights that will be trampled on unless you have an intermediary who can insure you are fairly treated by the IRS when obtaining tax relief.
There was an old commercial on television for an indigestion relief product that used the jingle, “Oh, what a relief that is!” That’s exactly how you’ll feel when you hire a tax negotiator. Everyone knows tax problems can cause a whole lot more trouble than indigestion. For example, your wages can be garnished and interest and penalties make pay-off almost impossible.
Obtaining tax relief means different things to different people. For business owners, it means being able to keep the business operating. For non-business taxpayers, relief means not having to be afraid of the mailbox where notices of tax liens and levies lurk.
There are many different relief measures that can be negotiated with the IRS. Some are really quite simple and involve coming to agreement with the IRS concerning an acceptable monthly payment. Another relief measure is getting wages released from garnishment or a bank account levy removed.
It can be so difficult to live a normal life when the IRS is just waiting to take a portion of your earnings or your bank deposits. There have been numerous situations where people have written checks against a deposit, only to have them bounce when the IRS collects taxes by seizing a percentage of your bank account.
In effect, obtaining tax relief means being able to assume a more normal life again. Living in fear of the IRS is demoralizing and stressful. When a tax negotiator is able to reach an agreement with the IRS for a reduced tax amount and/or a reasonable payment plan, the fear can be banished.
What many people still don’t understand is that obtaining tax relief is a taxpayer’s right and not a privilege. Congress has recognized through the passage of laws that sometimes people find themselves owing the IRS through a series of circumstances that make full payment impossible. But that doesn’t mean they’re criminals or that they’re trying to evade their responsibilities.
When you are interested in obtaining tax relief, the first thing to do is contact an experienced tax negotiator. A tax expert is fully versed in the rights of taxpayers and can approach the IRS with the knowledge that tax relief is something the IRS must give the honest citizen. There’s no reason to try and battle the IRS on your own when professional assistance can lighten your tax burden and your fear.
Contact me today for a free case evaluation.Get IRS Tax Help