Tax Debts Resolution Services

If you are looking for a tax professional with expertise to deal with unpaid taxes of individuals, businesses, employment tax, and trust fund recovery penalties, I offer a full range of tax debt resolution services to give you the individual attention that you deserve. I am established in Puerto Rico but provide IRS representation nationwide.

I will thoroughly and conscientiously study your personal situation, and tailor my advice to your specific needs. I will fight for the best possible resolution of your tax issue.

IRS Representation

Problems with the IRS can be stressful and confusing for most taxpayers. IRS notices may demand immediate attention but fail to make the next steps clear. I understand complex tax issues and can get through a reasonable and affordable solution that will settle your tax debt and ensure that you are accurately represented when dealing with the IRS and other tax authorities.

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Penalty Abatement

In certain situations, the IRS will agree to forgive tax penalties resulting from late filing a tax return, tax deposit or other tax payments, this is called penalty abatement. There are many different types of IRS tax penalties and to qualify for penalty abatement a taxpayer must meet certain criteria.

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Installment Agreement

Taxpayer makes payments over time in agreed upon intervals in which full amount of the debt is eventually paid. Once an Installment Agreement is established, the IRS will not enforce collection action, including the levy of bank accounts or wages, if the taxpayer remains current with all filing and payment obligations.

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Offer in Compromise

Taxpayer makes payments over time in agreed upon intervals, but IRS agrees to waive collection of a portion of the taxes owed. If you cannot afford to pay your back taxes in full, the Offer in Compromise program provides the opportunity to pay a small amount as a full and final payment.

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Currently Non-Collectible

If a taxpayer truly does not have the ability to pay their taxes due to financial hardship, they can apply for Currently Non-Collectible Status. This special status protects people suffering of economic hardship from collection strategies like levies and wage garnishments.

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Tax Collection Appeals

The taxpayer has the right to a Collection Appeal Process when the IRS threatens collection actions. The Collection Appeals Process allows the taxpayer to get to an Appeals Officer and get the Notice of Federal Tax Lien rectified.

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Employment Tax Resolutions

If your business owes outstanding payroll or employment taxes, the IRS may go after individuals in the company to recover the unpaid withholding taxes. Individuals with sufficient control over the payroll process will be deemed responsible when the company fails to pay-over the payroll taxes, even if they are not the ultimate decision maker.

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File Back Taxes

Failing behind on filing your taxes can happen to anyone and I can help anyone get up to date. If you do owe the IRS back taxes there are several tax reliefs options available, but you must file your back taxes first, and then apply for an installment agreement, penalty abatement or other form of tax relief. 

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Release Liens and Levies

If the IRS repeatedly notifies you of an outstanding tax debt but does not receive payment, they may eventually institute a lien or levy to collect the taxes owed. When the IRS issues a public Notice of Federal Tax Lien this alerts creditors that the government has a legal right to your property. 

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Innocent Spouse Relief

The IRS provides the innocent spouse relief from additional tax owed by a taxpayer if their spouse or former spouse: failed to report income, reported income improperly, or claimed improper deductions or credits. The requesting spouse must meet certain criteria to qualify to any of the three types of relief available.

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