We are IRS Enrolled Agents with unlimited rights to represent our clients to solve their tax problems. We understand that dealing with the IRS or the State Agencies can be time consuming and a very stressful situation. Our office is here helping you solve your tax problems.

Our goal is to offer you clear advice and understanding about the process for resolving your tax problems. We negotiate the lowest possible payment with the IRS allowed by law. The IRS has very strict regulations to be eligible for any tax relief option legally available. We will analyze your tax situation to provide you with a comprehensive financial solution.   

We offer different services depending on your specific situation, we represent you before the IRS on a flat fee basis, so you do not need to worried about unexpected expenses. We help our clients in the following areas:

1.       Unfiled tax returns - Back Taxes

If you did not file your tax return for one year or many prior years, you are not alone. We can help you to regulate your tax situation before the IRS finds out about your noncompliance. The IRS is legally authorize to file a tax return for you called "substitute for return" or ''SFR" and this is not the best scenario for you because the IRS will say that you owe more tax by assuming you have any deduction. It is better to file all your back taxes with us, we can help you to organize your books if necessary to complete the filing.

2.       Installment Agreements

We can work with you to set up an installment agreement with the IRS to make easy monthly payments. This is one of the most frequently used method to solve back taxes problems. We will organize all your financial documents to determine the best payment plan for you. Generally, negotiating with the IRS becomes more difficult when your tax debt high, so we are here to represent you to set up  affordable payments.  We will evaluate your personal economic situation to determine what  you can  afford.

3.       Offer in Compromise

The IRS will consider to settle your tax liability for less than your actual bill when you can prove your case. Usually the IRS will prefer to collect monthly payments from you unless you can prove that you do not really owe the tax, or your are unable to pay the tax  after you pay your reasonable living expenses, or if you can prove that if the IRS collect the tax, it will be an economic hardship for you. IRS regulations are complex, so you will need the best representation possible to accomplish an offer in compromise.

 4.       Currently No Collectible

When your economic situation is very bad and you have very little money left after you pay your essential living expenses, you may be eligible to Currently Not Collectible (CNC) Status. This status means that the IRS will stop collection actions, even when you have a payment agreement in place. It is important to understand that this method only defers payment obligation, it will not cancel your tax debt, consequently your tax balance will increase with interest and penalties while the tax is unpaid. We have to evaluate your particular situation to determine if this option will help or hurt you financially.

5.       Innocent Spouse Relief

Filing your tax return jointly with your spouse create joint tax liability. There are specific situations where you sign your tax, but you do not know what your spouse did bout no reporting income or claiming false deductions or credits. When you can prove the IRS that you did not know about it, you can be eligible to innocent spouse relief. The tax professional must gather all facts and circumstances to prove your case.

6.       IRS Levy and Tax Liens

The IRS can legally file a lien or levy your assets after multiple attempts to collect your tax liability. A levy is a seizure of the entire asset, while a lien is a public legal notice to state that the IRS has a formal claim against the asset named in the lien. The asset can be real estate property, bank accounts, equipment, o any other valuable asset. It is important to take action as soon as possible to release the lien or levy from assets. Usually, there is sufficient time to avoid these IRS problems when you contact your tax professional as quickly as possible when you get IRS notices about unpaid taxes.

7.       Wages Garnishment

The IRS can take a portion of your paycheck to pay your tax bill. Your employer must follow legal order to place garnishment on your wage.  It is very important to contact the IRS or your tax professional to avoid garnishment before it starts if possible.  We can help you to find a permanent solution to your tax problems before the IRS takes your paycheck.

8.       Payroll Tax Problems

When you have employees, you have to pay payroll taxes. The IRS is very aggressive when it comes to collecting payroll taxes because this is money you are merely holding in trust for the government. We can help you to negotiate with the IRS and to stop collection actions.  We recommend  to keep accurate records about how payroll tax payments are applied. The best way to process payments is by using The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) to make sure you do not miss payroll tax deposits.

 9.       Audit Representation

The IRS has different methods to select taxpayers to conduct an audit. If you were selected, you will receive a letter explaining procedures and your legal rights. You definitely will want to contact your tax professional to explain the letter and to proceed with audit representation if needed. In our office we can help you to organize your books to support expenses, credits and income. Accurate financial records are definitely very important to support your case, and  professional representation is  recommended to get better results depending on complexity of the tax issue. In our office, we have IRS enrolled Agents who are specialists in taxation and representation procedures before the IRS. 

10.   IRS penalty Abatement

When you do not pay your taxes on time, you will have to pay penalties and interests. Tax debt can grow rapidly if you do nothing to solve your tax problem. After determining that you legally owe the tax being collected, we will work with the IRS to see if penalties can be reduced or completely abated. Usually, we will have to analyze your personal circumstances that we can use as argument to request a penalty abatement procedure.

11.   Collection Statute of Limitation

The IRS does not have the legal right to collect taxes from you once the statute of limitation has expired. Usually the IRS has only 10 years to collect taxes starting from the date the tax is legally assessed. Assessment date can be when you file your tax return, IRS audit or when a substitute tax return is filed by the IRS.  In our office, we can review your tax account for each year to make sure your tax liability still legally collectible.

12.   Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR)

Lately, the IRS is enforcing aggressively on US Citizens who must report money and assets they have overseas. Penalties are very high for failing to report money and assets in foreign accounts. If you have a foreign account with $10,001 or more for even one day period during the reportable tax year, you will probably need FBAR reporting compliance service.

13.   IRS Account Transcripts

When you receive a letter from the IRS or you suspect that you might have a tax problem, it might be a good idea to review your IRS tax account transcripts. We can help you to request your tax account and to interpret its meaning. It can be difficult to understand this report without the help of a experienced tax professional.