"You don't want to fight this fight alone. You need experts. You need Tax Resolution Services, Co. If you owe $20,000 or more in back taxes, are under audit, or have unfiled returns, they can help." - Rush Limbaugh
Tax Help and Tax Relief from Tax Resolution Services, Co.
IRS Tax Problems Plague 1 in 6 Americans. You're Not Alone.
Tax Resolution Services, Co (TRS) specializes in providing affordable solutions to businesses and individuals alike who find themselves in trouble (collections or audit) with the IRS.
How to Get Started:
During the analysis (step 2), we will ask you questions about your present situation with the IRS and will review with you your financial information. Based upon the information that you provide, we should be able to share with you a strategy for resolving your back taxes. Your confidential IRS tax debt analysis is absolutely FREE! Our mission is to resolve your IRS (or State) back tax liability.
We put our clients through a rigorous in-depth interview process to find out if they qualify for an IRS tax settlement – and will not allow a client to retain our services unless the taxpayer is a legitimate candidate for tax relief. Our role is to negotiate the lowest possible IRS payment amount allowed by law. Our expert team of tax attorneys, Certified Tax Resolution Specialist and CPAs has extensive expertise and experience achieving exceptional outcomes for our clients.
Our experienced staff of Attorneys CPAs, EAs, and Tax Professionals will vigorously and professionally represent you at all times. We will conduct ourselves at all times in a manner consistent with our ethical standards and guidelines. Generally you can expect us to:
The IRS is a Federal Agency which is divided up into 4 major centralized functions across the country. However, depending upon what part of the country your case is worked in generally dictates how the local IRS District Office will resolve your matter. For example, some IRS District Offices believe that seizing taxpayer assets is a desirable way to collect taxes, while other Districts would rather set up a payment plan or approve an Offer in Compromise.
Tax Relief Services Fees
Tax Resolution Services, Co., charges its clients on a fixed (flat) fee basis. We can do this because we know exactly what will be involved with achieving a settlement for your specific IRS problem. And we let our clients know at the time of their initial Free Confidential Consultation, how much they will have to pay in total to achieve their tax resolution (And this is a flat fee, unless there is a significant change in what we were retained to do.)
Generally, 30% - 50% of the total fee is due before we can begin work on your matter. We can finance the balance of your retainer in 2-6 equal monthly payments. However, you will know at the time of your initial Free Confidential Consultation, how much you will have to pay, in total, to achieve resolution. We do not charge for Faxes, Photocopies, Phone Calls, Correspondence, or Meetings, as does our competition (most law firms).
Qualifying for Tax Help - Important Note:
Every client's case is different. A client's results will vary. Note - most taxpayers DO NOT qualify for an offer in compromise. Because the IRS has very strict guidelines governing eligibility, we let our clients know up front what tax relief options are viable for resolving their specific IRS problems. We offer transparency to our clients, helping them understand the process for resolving tax debt so they have realistic expectations for solving their specific tax problems.
Our team of Tax Attorneys, CPAs, and Tax Relief Professionals can help you reduce back taxes penalties and interest. Get Tax Help Now, Call 866-IRS-PROBLEMS for a Free Tax Relief Consultation!
Why hire a Tax Attorney or Certified Tax Resolution Specialist?
While taxpayers may always represent themselves before the IRS to resolve back taxes and IRS problems, many taxpayers find dealing with the IRS frustrating, time-consuming, intimidating or all of the above and so they make the decision to hire professional tax help (specialized tax attorney, tax resolution firm, etc.) to negotiate a tax relief settlement with the IRS on their behalf.
*Estimates based on prior results; individual results will vary based on circumstances, including your ability to provide Tax Resolution Services, Co., with information that is accurate and timely. Resolution/settlement percentages exclude our fees. We do not guarantee that your tax liability will be lowered by a specific amount or percentage or that your tax liability will be paid off within a specific period of time. We do not assume any tax liability, make monthly payments to the IRS/State on your behalf or provide tax planning, bankruptcy, accounting or legal advice. Read and understand all service offerings prior to retaining TRS, including potential adverse impact on credit rating. Tax Resolution Services, Co. will offer possible solutions to a prospective client following the information gathered during the initial consultation. While solutions will be offered to client, there is no guarantee of results implied or otherwise.
TRS is the only national tax resolution firm comprised of experienced tax attorneys, CPAs, and tax relief professionals practicing as Tax Resolution Specialists certified by the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS). This is what makes us uniquely qualified to successfully solve IRS problems day in and day out. Our licensed professionals (every tax attorney, CPA and enrolled agent) must meet educational, experience and examination requirements prescribed by the ASTPS, a national, not-for-profit professional organization. The ASTPS certification applies only to tax relief professionals who are a CPA, tax attorney, or enrolled agent in good standing with the respective state that licenses/regulates him/her.
If you owe back taxes or are plagued by other IRS tax problems, we encourage you to get professional tax help from our team of tax attorneys, CPAs or tax relief professionals because you need Certified Tax Resolution Specialists in your corner when battling the IRS.