Complex Tax Issues


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Complex Tax Issues

Do you have an outstanding tax problem that no one else has been able to solve?

Have you invested a time and money toward a solution without success?

We can help you with to get solution of complex tax issues such as:

  • Offer in Compromise
  • Currently Uncollectible
  • Payment Agreement
  • Payroll Taxes
  • Trust Fund Recovery Penalty
  • Innocent Spouse
  • Injured Spouse
  • Taxes in Bankruptcy
  • Discharge or Subordination of Tax Lien
  • Release of Tax Lien
  • Separate vs Joint Liability
  • Unfiled tax returns
  • Tax Preparation
  • Funding For Tax Liabilities

How the Back Tax Expert Saved One Client Over $200,000

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With more than 30 years of experience, there’s rarely a tax issue we haven’t seen before. We take the matter out of your hands, become your voice to the IRS, and help get your business, and your life back on track.

Financial freedom is only a phone call away. Contact us today for a free consultation


Garnishments Levies and Liens

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The IRS and State taxing authorities have vast power when trying to collect delinquent income taxes, withholding taxes, and sales taxes. Because of these powers, the worst thing a business or individual that owes taxes can do is to ignore a problem and hope it goes away.

There are wide-ranging impacts for garnishments and liens.
Ignoring correspondence and attempts at contact from the IRS often results in a garnishment and/or a tax lien. Liens are a notice to your creditors and others that you owe a debt to the IRS or state. Tax liens have a significant impact on your credit, affecting your ability to secure loans, buy a house, and get or maintain security clearance for employment.

The IRS has access to W2s and banking information, making it easy to garnish your bank account or wages. If you are self-employed and receive a Form(s) 1099, the IRS could take all funds owed to you through commissions or receivables. Consequently, the IRS can control any means you have to pay your mortgage, car payments, child support, tuition, medical expenses and other obligations.

A garnishment or lien against a business can be equally devastating. The IRS or State can garnish business bank accounts or accounts receivables, leaving insufficient funds to pay operating expenses, suppliers, wages – and current taxes. If not resolved quickly, a garnishment can put a company out of business. A lien can also signal existing or prospective clients that your company may be financially unstable and lead to lost contracts or business.

The Back Tax Expert can prevent garnishments – or get garnishments released so that you get back to business.

The Back Tax Expert tax advisors can help prevent a garnishment from occurring in the first place. If assets have already been levied, in many instances we’re able to get them released in a matter of hours.

Once a client agrees to move forward with us, we have Power of Attorney, which allows us to fully negotiate on your behalf. We immediately reach out the IRS, find out what we need to release the garnishment and protect your assets from future levies.

On their end, the IRS will be pleased to know that the problem is being addressed, and that an experienced tax professional is committed to working towards a solution.

We can help prevent or lessen the consequences of a garnishment or lien. Contact us to review your situation and take steps to resolve the issue before it impacts your credit and financial security.

Contact us today to solve your tax issue.

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