Tax Resolution

Everyone dreads the day it’s time to file taxes, yet the concept is as American as it gets.

However, there is nothing more frustrating than when you take every step to comply with the Internal Revenue Service and file by the deadline – only to receive bad news in the mail.

Tax Resolution

Any letters from the IRS can be disconcerting and frightening. Thankfully, firms that specialize tax resolution are available to make your life easier.

Just because you received a notice from the IRS does not mean you have done anything wrong.  The IRS examines many returns every year in closer detail to confirm any suspected discrepancies.

Regardless, it doesn’t mean that you should not respond and not take the correspondence seriously.

Speak with our tax professionals today for an initial free consultation. The tax resolution process has many potential bumps in the road that need to be navigated accordingly.

Tax Resolution Services

A tax resolution firm will provide representation before the IRS and resolve your tax problems. Owing the IRS, not having filed in many years or if you are being audited can all be stressful for most individuals.

In general, tax resolution professionals can assist you with the following.

Audits

The IRS has a statute of limitations of three years for examining previous tax returns. Examine agents usually require you to submit additional documentation that confirms your income or deductions. Audits can last a year or more, which is why taxpayers and small businesses should consider hiring a professional to help them through it.

Tax Liens

Failure to pay back taxes carries severe repercussions with the Internal Revenue Service. Liens are filed by the IRS to protect and preserve the governments interest against any assets that you may have.

Unpaid Back Taxes

The IRS rarely forgets about unpaid, or unfiled taxes. You should always retain a professional to negotiate and resolve your tax problems.

Wage Garnishments

The IRS can levy your wages to collect back taxes. The IRS can also levy your bank account.  It is far less stressful to resolve your tax problem before the IRS would order a bank or wage levy.

About Levy & Associates

Levy and Associates, Inc. is the nation’s leading tax resolution firm. We have been handling tax resolution cases since the early 90s and proudly maintain an A+ BBB rating, along with a team of experts with over 100 years of combined experience. Customer service is our primary priority— we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For a free consultation, give us a call at 1-800-TAX-LEVY.

The experienced team at Levy & Associates has been providing tax help to individuals struggling to handle the IRS for decades. In addition to offering tax resolution services, we also deal with general tax preparation services for both personal taxpayers and corporations.

Our team includes attorneys, CPAs, accountants, tax consultants, and former IRS revenue officers.

Thanks to our talented and experienced team, Levy & Associates can solve your tax problems. We bring clients into compliance with tax filings and back taxes, allowing them to move forward without the shadow of the IRS hanging over them. In fact, most of our clients resolve their IRS disputes and remain clients for life. It’s our goal to resolve every tax issue with the utmost professionalism and attention to detail. We’ll work hard on your behalf!

Call us to find out what Levy & Associates can do for your tax problem. We are incredibly proud of our client testimonials and want to help you find a solution to your issue. There are many tax resolution options available for frustrated taxpayers, and we’re dedicated to identifying an approach that will work for you. We are never further than a phone call or email away for any of your tax questions.

Remember—“You want a LEVY on your side, not one against YOU!”

How Do I Resolve Tax Problems?

Many people dread having to deal with their taxes, as it can seem like a daunting task. As a result, some people make mistakes, fail to file their returns on time, fail to make payments on time, and experience other issues that can result in tax problems. In the event that you are experiencing tax problems, it is important to take action early to attempt to avoid penalties and interest and or other collection actions that the IRS may impose.

There are a number of ways in which you can look at resolving tax problems, and by taking steps to do this you can make things far easier on yourself in the long run and avoid the stress of being chased by the IRS.

The sooner you address your tax problems the easier your life will become. You will then be able to focus on your personal and professional lives without having to worry everyday about the IRS.

Should I File a Tax Return If I Can't Pay My Taxes?

Giving money to the IRS can be a painful experience. This can be especially true if and when it comes time to pay and you do not have enough money to pay back Uncle Sam. If you do not think that you have enough money to pay them right away the logical choice would be not to file a return. While it may sound reasonable, you still want to make sure you file a tax return to avoid or minimize any potential penalties that you may encounter.

There are ways to handle this situation that are much more beneficial than just ignoring them. Penalties and interest will add up quickly.

“Greg, Lance, Stephanie and team are some of the most amazing people I’ve had the pleasure of working with! They are on point when it comes to helping our crew out with our IRS tax issues! They saved our company and the owner so much money already! Thankful for Levy & Associates!!”

– Erica Dell

“I had an IRS issue that no one was able to help me with. Someone recommended that I call The Levy Group so I did. They helped me with resolving a very difficult situation. I very thankful with what they were able to accomplish.”

– David Carpenter

Contact Levy & Associates for the Best of the Best Tax Resolution Services in the Country

Levy & Associates is available 24/7. We’re happy to answer any questions you have about the tax resolution process and address any concerns about your specific situation.

There’s never a good time to have a tax problem, and the time-consuming process will take away from your business or family if you try to face this alone. Let us handle and coordinate communication, so you can return to your daily life.

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