Do you owe to $10,000 or more to the IRS or to the State? We can help you to regain your peace of mind.
Did you get a letter from the IRS or from the State with a huge bill? Do you feel confused and don’t know what to do. Don’t feel bad because it happens all the time to thousands of people.
For instance, Lauren received a letter from the IRS a few months ago. She got scared and ignored this letter. She didn’t open the letter afraid of what it says. Lauren had an idea of what this letter was all about.
The letters kept on coming and Lauren keep on ignoring them. This is one big mistake people make, ignore this IRS notifications, some times there are very simple solutions for this kind of problems and the IRS sends these letters to clarify some situations. But when some people chose to ignore these letters then the IRS can garnish your wages, put a lien on your house, seize your bank accounts and your property.
The IRS was informing Lauren she owed more than $45,000 in back unpaid income taxes.
Lauren’s financial situation wasn’t the best at the moment; she was already struggling with her home situation. She purchased a home in 2006 and by 2008 she was under the water with a mortgage bigger than the value of her house, a lot of people can relate to this.
Few months later Lauren saw some of our advertisements and she decided to make an appointment and to finally take care of this.
She found a shoe box full of unopened IRS letters from almost a year. She told us she had multiple jobs and some jobs as an independent contractor as a counselor.
We started by requesting Laurent’s IRS tax transcripts from the last 10 years and we found out she missed to file some of her tax returns.
We filed the necessary tax returns and we were able to wipe out a big portion of the $45,000 of unpaid taxes to about half of it.
We did more research and found more details about Lauren’s tax situation, she got an employer who reported wages paid to her that never happened, she never worked for this company, she applied to work for this company and for some unknown reason this employer reported wages paid to Lauren for almost $80,000 in a single year.
We finally filed all her tax returns and Lauren couldn’t be happier, her final IRS tax was for about $3,000, which mainly consisted of late fees and interests. Lauren took advantage of our Tax Payment Plan services and she end up paying only around $85 a month.
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