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Business Day TV Features Tax Resolution Services

2012 December 22
by Guest

Tax Resolution Services is the Nation’s leading tax negotiation and mediation firm, and they can help you with your problems with the IRS.  Their goal is to offer transparency to their clients and help them understand the process for resolving their tax problem so that they have a realistic expectation of the process.  Beyond that, they will try to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount allowed by law. 

Business Day with Terry Bradshaw focuses on Tax Resolution Services because they pioneered this industry over 14 years ago, and continues to believe in an ethical approach to tax problem resolution.  Tax Resolution Services only takes on clients that are legitimate candidates for tax relief, based on strict IRS guidelines.  They review your documents, and will decide if you can be helped.  This has allowed the Tax Resolution Services company to achieve an extremely high customer satisfaction rate.

Tax Relief Services 

Tax Resolution Services offers a wide variety of tax relief services, including: Settle Back Taxes, Tax Attorney Services, Offer in Compromise, IRS Wage Garnishments,

Delinquent Tax Returns, Investment Fraud Representation, IRS Payment Plans, Offshore Bank Accounts, IRS Bank Levies, IRS Tax Liens, IRS Bankruptcy Tax Relief, Freedom of Information Requests, Collection Appeals, Payroll Tax Problems (941), Penalty Abatement, IRS Audits, IRS Appeals, Innocent Spouse, and Expiration of Back Taxes. 

Dealing with Back Taxes 

Business Day TV show highlights the various options that Tax Resolution Services offers clients who are dealing with back taxes.  Whether the IRS is demanding full payment of back taxes up-front, or a payment plan that is substantially higher than what you can afford to pay, Tax Resolution Services can help negotiate an offer in compromise settlement that can let you pay a fraction of what you owed.

Tax Resolution Services also offers the following:

IRS Payment Plans

If you can’t pay your back taxes in full but could potentially pay them back over time, you can negotiate a reasonable monthly payment plan with the IRS. Once an IRS Payment Plan (also known as an Installment Agreement) is established, the IRS will not enforce collection action, including the levy of bank accounts or wages, as long as the taxpayer remains current with all filing and payment obligations.

Delinquent Tax Returns 

To qualify for an IRS payment plan or Offer in Compromise tax settlement to resolve your back taxes, you need to file all delinquent tax returns with the IRS. Regardless of what you have heard, you have the right to file your original tax return, no matter how late it’s filed. Until you have filed all legally required tax returns, the IRS will not entertain any type of tax settlement or payment plan to settle your back taxes, if you are eligible.

Offshore Bank Accounts: IRS Tax Settlements

If you owe back taxes on undeclared funds in overseas bank accounts, being proactive about disclosing your foreign funds can help reduce your chances of criminal prosecution, minimize severe IRS penalties and work out a structured IRS payment plan. If you believe that you owe back taxes on your foreign accounts, you will need a tax attorney or certified tax resolution specialist to provide professional tax help and experienced representation to proceed in your best interest. 

Business Day Highlights Their Resolution Strategies 

Business Day television series highlights how Tax Resolution Services helps customers.  First, they do a free consultation, as mentioned earlier, to screen and make sure that customers are eligible.  Then, they will begin the tax resolution process, where they will file a power of attorney with the IRS to be able to act on your behalf.  They will then ensure that you are in compliance with the IRS, and begin tax settlement negotiation.

Once a settlement is reached, you will be advised what to do to succeed with your resolution and avoid future problems.

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