Helping our Clients Settle And Resolve Their Back Tax Debt Problems Once and For All
Our Austin Tax Relief Attorneys Solve Tax Debt Problems For Businesses and Individuals!
Do you owe thousands in back taxes to the IRS? Have they garnished your wages or bank accounts?
Do not face the threat of an IRS collections actions or IRS audit without an experienced tax attorney who understands the IRS. Turn to our experienced tax professionals to schedule a free consultation!
Why We Are The Right Choice to Help You With Your Tax Debt Problems
At the Tax Relief Law CenterAustin, we are dedicated to getting our clients the financial freedom they truly deserve; by helping them navigate the complex tax laws and help them to settle their back taxes, which can include the bankruptcy process and optimize their fresh start. We understand bad things happen to good people. We treat every client as our friend or relative with compassion and professionalism.
Since each case is unique, we craft a personalized debt solution for every client. Additionally, we offer reasonable, affordable fees.
Call us today for a free phone or video consultation. We have attorneys available daily by phone to answer your questions and help explain what you may expect with respect to your tax debts.
Often times early questions can help avoid a a bigger problem or can help with the stress that comes from the unknown. Call today to speak with an attorney!
It’s Time To Take Care of Your Tax Debt
Our Tax Relief Services
Our Tax Attorneys, CPA’s and IRS Enrolled representatives all with years of experience in dealing with the IRS tax problems. To begin, we will provide you a complimentary examination to learn simply and precisely what your tax issue is and choose the best strategy.
You will understand how the services work and what the expense is. Once you understand, then you’re ready to get started. The majority of the time you will sign a power of attorney file that permit the Tax Relief Law Center represent you. This is extremely important due to the fact that it offers the firm the ability to talk with the IRS on your behalf. Simply puts, we can do all the effort and you can kick back and avoid speaking straight with the IRS.
Here are a few of the services that the Tax Relief Law Center Austin can help you with:
File Back Tax Return
Have not submitted your tax returns and are wondering exactly what the IRS can and will do to you? Even if you can not afford to pay your tax debt costs you need to submit your go back to remain in compliance with the IRS …..
An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a program used for taxpayers by IRS to help them pay their tax debts. Those who qualify the conditions for eligibility may be enabled to make an offer and promise to pay a lower amount of tax owed to the IRS …..
Wage garnishments, liens, and bank levies can all take a drastic toll on your finances. Through proactive representation, we can help stop IRS collections. We provide IRS collections representation and advice to resolve your tax debts …..
A sensible tax debt amount can become astronomical when you include IRS penalties and interest. A penalty abatement is when our attorneys negotiate with the IRS to reduce or remove the penalties and interest from your tax debt …..
IRS audits can be a very scary process for most taxpayers and can be extremely damaging for people. You will not just need to deal with the numbers and reports, but you will also need to make your story as supportive as possible…..
Do you have any liability as the partner of somebody who has a tax debt? Exactly what if you are going through a divorce and technically the financial obligation is your spouse’s. For all the answer to these concerns, contact us today and speak …..
Back taxes are a result of not paying your taxes when they are due. Most people do not do this maliciously; they simply do not have the money to pay the taxes in a timely manner, usually because of financial hardship. When you owe back taxes, you accrue penalties and interest making the debt even higher. The government might even place a lien against your assets.
Tax Relief Law Center Austin can help work to negotiate a settlement for you. We work with tax problems at a federal level to identify mitigating circumstances financially that can reduce the amount you owe.
We can help you set up an affordable payment plan to resolve the back taxes in a timely manner while still staying within your budget. There are other solutions available as well. It is important to seek help with your past due taxes as soon as possible.
Our tax attorneys and staff have over 20 years of experience and know how to help. We will sit down with you in person, or over the phone, to answer your questions and thoroughly evaluate your legal situation and your personal concerns. We will review your situation and formulate a legal strategy to protect you.
Tax Relief Law Center Austin 701 Brazos St STE 500, Austin, TX 78701 United States (512) 661-7202
Frequently Asked Tax Relief Questions – Speak to a Tax Attorney Now
If you’re fighting with tax debts and have actually received a letter or call from the IRS or State tax authorities, you’re most likely are under a large amount of stress. As tax lawyers, we are here to help. You may feel as though you have no alternatives and are just at the mercy of the IRS. We have helped hundreds of customers solve their tax issues. When you’re prepared to face your problems, you can be sure that we will get you started on the right path by helping you understand just what is involved in your case and how to get it all under control so you can get your life back.
When should I hire a tax attorney?
It’s time to seek the counsel of a tax attorney if you have a tax debt problems that are causing you stress, have a tax audit, have received notices from the IRS, under investigation for tax fraud or had IRS agents show up at your door. If you feel threatened at all by the IRS collection tactics it’s time to call a tax attorney.
IRS tax matters are often urgent and often, frustrating. Even a small oversight in the tax debate process can cost you very much in the form of lost appeal rights, lost rights to a refund, higher taxes and charges, or a levy on your checking account or other residential or commercial property. In many cases, an action (or inactiveness) may put you at risk of prosecution. A tax lawyer is not just an advocate and confidante, but a guide to see you through the complex administrative and legal process of protecting you against the IRS. Picking the ideal representation for your situation is vital to the result of your case. During your initial assessment, we can discuss whether working with a tax attorney is right for you.
Should I hire a CPA or a Tax Attorney?
Accountants and CPAs supply important accounting, finance, and tax return preparation services. They are indispensable to well-run services and homes. While an accounting professional’s knowledge remains in accounting and tax return preparation, a tax attorney deals with the laws and treatments that govern how and whether those returns need to be prepared and what your rights remain in the case of a tax audit or an IRS collection action. Though many accountants represent clients prior to the IRS, it is not always a good idea, specifically if the accountant likewise prepared the income tax return at issue. There may be conflicts of interest. Even more, communications between you and your accountant may be subject to disclosure to the IRS. And normally, just a tax attorney can represent you from an audit to Tax Court. Only attorney-client communications are subject to the broad and well-protected attorney-client privilege. When investigating a taxpayer (or when trying to put him or her in jail), the IRS frequently requests testimony and documents from professionals that the taxpayer hired to help prepare tax returns or manage their finances. In many situations, the communications must be disclosed and an accountant is forced to testify against their client. The accountant-client privilege is extremely limited (and generally does not apply to communications relating to tax return preparation), and there is no accountant-client privilege in criminal tax cases.
Can’t I just negotiate with the IRS myself?
The IRS is NOT your friend in this. It may seem like a question of simply replying calmly to the IRS when contacted about late taxes. However, U.S. tax laws are complex and constantly changing, meaning only the most experienced legal counsel will do. Tax Relief Law Group has successfully negotiated with the IRS on behalf of hundreds of clients with positive results, thus allowing them to avoid dealing directly with the IRS and all of the stress (and potential risk) that would entail.
Is there a guarantee?
Tax relief professionals promise satisfaction with their services in assisting taxpayers prepare requests for installment arrangements, offer-in-compromise or other tax resolutions. They cannot guarantee you won’t have to pay taxes, or predict with 100% certainty how the IRS will rule on requests for tax relief, however. If the IRS rejects the initial request for tax relief, many tax relief professionals will review the rejection letter and prepare a response and appeal for no charge.
What is a bank levy?
A bank levy is a way for the IRS to garnish an unpaid debt by having your bank freeze the money in your account. Once the bank receives the levy, it freezes the money in your account for the next 21 days. Our tax attorneys can usually get this released within 24 hours.
My business is way behind on payroll taxes.
Many times, businesses find themselves in the difficult situation of trying to stay afloat, when operating costs may exceed earnings. However, payroll taxes must be correctly calculated, retained from employees, and then submitted to the U.S. government in a timely manner. Since these taxes are also known as trust fund taxes, noncompliance with the tax code may be charged as a federal trust fund violation. This is no laughing matter. In fact, the government can shut down your business and sell any business assets in order to recover lost payroll taxes. And if liquidating your business doesn’t cover the full bill, the IRS can go after you, the business owner, to recover unreported and unpaid payroll taxes. If this happens you need to contact and speak with an experienced tax attorney directly.
What does it cost to hire a tax attorney?
Great representation is not cheap, however bad representation is pricey. If you think you can not pay for to hire a tax lawyer, you must consider whether you can manage not to. An attorney that focuses their practice on tax controversy matters might be able to recognize, evaluate, and react to a problem faster and thoroughly than someone without comparable experience. Hence, although a lawyer’s per hour rate is usually higher than that of an accountant, their invoice might not be! Further, an experienced tax attorney need to likewise understand whether a particular legal position is likely to prevail and encourage a client appropriately. Lawyers have an eye towards possible lawsuits or prosecution. They understand that the “crazy” reaction to IRS queries and problems can worsen problems or develop brand-new ones in the future. Even more, they think about not only whether they might be able to fix your problems, but how to best safeguard you too.
I haven’t filed tax returns in several years.
Sometimes we get behind. Even even worse, sometimes we fell that because we can’t pay what we owe, we don’t file our taxes. The first thing you should do, obviously, is submit any overdue tax returns. It may sound counterintuitive, however the IRS in some cases treats a failure to file tax returns as a more egregious offense than just not paying. The best course of action is to submit all tax returns and pay quickly, obviously. However, there are some alternatives available to those unable to pay their taxes on time. The Tax Relief Law Center assists taxpayers throughout the U.S. prepare their taxes and helps with the subsequent relief on the outstanding debt.
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