IRS tax problem help
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You and I both know it’s illegal to avoid paying your taxes.
But that’s not to say it doesn’t happen.
It does…all the time. In fact, the IRS is on a relentless hunt to pin down millions of Americans who failed to file returns and now owe back taxes.
Since you’re here, you may be one of them – and that’s okay. I commend you for seeking out information because you understand that time is not on your side.
As you know, communicating with federal tax authorities is intimidating. After all, it’s not often you get pursued by people who can extract funds from you, claim your property, impose fines and even send you to jail (note: this is actually kind of rare).
The good news is you can still make amends. The key now is taking action because your outcome can only get worse from here.
The problem you face is confusion – and it’s not your fault.
The Federal tax code is so complicated it’s impossible to stay on top of all the changes and pitfalls you face. Most accountants can’t even keep track of what’s going on (but they bill you as if they do).
No wonder so many Americans put off paying the money they owe to the IRS. Like you, they don’t have the knowledge to make informed decisions. And that’s where I come in…
You see, my role as a tax attorney means I have essential insight into the IRS’s procedures for collecting back taxes. Regardless of your situation, I believe you deserve to know your options so you can get a resolution to your tax problems.
That’s why I’m inviting you to watch, right now our extended play IRS tax problem help guide absolutely free right now with no email required.
So here are the 6 compelling reasons you really should watch our free IRS tax problem help guide:
- You will learn the top reason why tax settlements fail with the IRS – and the simple step you can take within minutes to dodge this mistake.
- How to use an easy-to-find document to uncover insider information the government knows about you and your financial situation. With this insight in your hands, you can come up with a settlement strategy that saves time and avoids surprises. (This free document even helps you find out if the IRS owes you money you didn’t know about.)
- Why the amount the IRS wants to collect from you isn’t always accurate. In fact, if you have already received a bill, I’ll show how you can tell if the amount listed is inflated.
- The best defense against the IRS ignoring your true financial condition. This pearl of negotiating wisdom can save you tremendous time and wasted effort, as well as a great deal of heartache.
- The easiest way to choose the right settlement option for your situation. (HINT: Paying the least amount of money isn’t always your best option. The reason why will surprise you.)
- The critical mistake that sets you up for default on your payments and causes you to instantly lose all appeal rights. When this happens, you give the IRS reason to respond with greater force and a less favorable solution than what you had before.
And much more.
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