If you owe taxes to the IRS, Attorney Debt Reset can help. Our California law firm assists people with financial and tax problems. Our attorneys are committed to helping you reset your tax debts for good.
Many people with financial problems owe personal, sales or employment tax to the IRS. Some of these debts are dischargeable in bankruptcy. However, others will need another form of resolution, which can include a debt settlement with the IRS.
There are several reasons you should not go it alone against the IRS:
- The IRS is not on your side
- The IRS’s goal is to get as much money from you as soon as it can
- The IRS won’t tell you all of your options
- The IRS makes mistakes that an attorney can spot
- The IRS bullies trusting taxpayers into higher payments than they should be making
- The IRS convinces taxpayers to make back tax payments, when they could be paying nothing
- The IRS often does not ask about or give credit for expenses you are entitled to
- The IRS encourages taxpayers to take actions that give the IRS more time to collect debts
When dealing with the IRS, it is critical that you have help from a competent attorney. Other kinds of tax professionals will not be able to advise you as completely as an attorney can. Particularly, most tax professionals do not have bankruptcy experience and will not be able to advise you of all your debt relief options. Additionally, having an attorney represent you provides you with the benefit of attorney-client confidentiality. There are times when it will be to your great advantage to keep your information confidential-do not hesitate to give yourself this protection.
When negotiating with the IRS, it is important to understand and use all applicable laws to your advantage. That is why it is critical to work with a lawyer who practices bankruptcy and IRS resolution law. At Attorney Debt Reset, our IRS resolution lawyers have financial backgrounds and experience negotiating with the IRS.
Because we know the law on bankruptcy, we can tell you exactly which tax debts are dischargeable in chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13 bankruptcy. Depending on how much you owe and when the debt occurred, you may be able to discharge your debt. But the only real way to know how best to deal with your IRS debt is to talk to a lawyer who understands both bankruptcy and tax resolution. Contact us today to get the taxing authorities off your back for good.
Call Attorney Debt Reset at 877.273.7383 or simply complete our online contact form. Below is additional information about some of the IRS resolution services we offer.