The IRS Fresh Start Initiative Could Reduce Your Debt
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Tap The IRS' Fresh Start Initiative and Eliminate Your Tax Debt

The IRS established Fresh Start Initiative to help people with tax debt under $50K. Individual taxpayers and small businesses are most likely to benefit from Fresh Start.

Fresh Start offers you a chance to avoid the IRS' Failure to File penalty placed on unpaid tax balances with accumulated interest. This limits the size and severity of your debt.

Our licensed agents, CPAs and tax attorneys can manage the agency's bureaucratic red tape and make it easier to benefit from the program. Negotiators take care of all paperwork.

A professional negotiator can arrange for a payment plan that works with your budget. Reducing amount of taxes you owe could also be negotiated.
Don't try this by yourself
Dealing with the IRS by yourself could hurt your case. Anything you say to the IRS can and will be used against you. Let our team of professional negotiators deal with the agency. They have years of experience dealing with the IRS, and can cut you a better deal.

The Fresh Start Initiative
Offers Taxpayers Many Debt Relief Options

The Fresh Start Initiative is a collection of tax relief options available for people who owe back taxes. The program has many features, and doesn't list specific qualifications you must meet to receive tax relief. An experienced tax negotiator will examine your unique tax problems, and design a personalized Fresh Start plan just for you.

Always remember that the primary goal of the IRS is to collect the full amount of taxes you owe, as well as any penalties assessed. A tax negotiator will argue your case aggressively with the IRS, and may be able to settle your tax debt for much less than the full amount you owe.

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Avoiding Your Tax Debt is a Prosecutable Felony
Ignoring the IRS may be very costly:

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The Internal Revenue Service exists to collect what is owed to the government, and it employs tough methods to collect. If you receive a letter from the IRS, don't ignore it. The agency can garnish your wages, repossess your car and even foreclose on your house if you ignore them.

For many people, neglecting to pay taxes on time often leads to a downward spiral of a bottomless debt. The accumulation of penalties and interests seem to make the existing balance almost impossible to pay off.

There's no rest or peace when you owe money to the IRS, so settle with them and get on with your life. The process and outcome are usually better than expected when a negotiator steps in to help.

What to expect from your tax negotiator:

  • Assessment of your tax issues
    A negotiator will assess your tax debt and finances and recommend a course of action. Depending on how much you owe and your financial situation, there are usually several avenues available to put your tax issues to rest.

  • Managing all IRS communications
    Your negotiator will communicate with the IRS and handle the paperwork. Most people don't know what they should or should not disclose to the IRS. Your negotiator will know exactly what to say to IRS agents.

  • Advice on avoiding future tax debt
    Your negotiator will be familiar with your tax debt issues and financial situation. He or she will offer advice on how to avoid tax problems in the future.

Letter From The IRS?
Before You Panic, Talk to Us

To most people, the IRS is a mystery. The agency's purpose is to collect taxes and it has methods that can make your life miserable. Many IRS agents use bully tactics to force taxpayers to comply, and may try to force you to accept terms you cannot afford.

Yes, dealing with the IRS is stressful, but you must deal with them. Always be compliant, prompt and proactive.

Ignoring the IRS won't make your tax debt go away

The worst thing you can do is to ignore the IRS and throw their letters away. Ignoring the IRS won't make your debt disappear. There will be another letter. And another. The IRS will pile more and more penalties and interest onto your tab while you ignore them.

Contact us for advice on how to settle your tax debt and get your finances back on track. We'll help you manage your current tax situation, and offer you a positive resolution. Also, a negotiator will be able to advise you on how to avoid tax debt in the future.

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