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IRS Tax Relief for Innocent Spouses
Resolve Back Taxes By Filing An Innocent Spouse Claim with the IRS
Taxpayers often find themselves in trouble with the IRS because of their spouses or ex-spouse’s actions. The IRS realizes that these situations do in fact occur.
If you qualify for innocent spouse relief, you may not have to pay IRS back taxes, interest, and penalties related to your spouse (or former spouse).
Once you file for an Innocent Spouse Claim, the IRS will send you a questionnaire for the purpose of verifying the validity of your story. Our expert team of attorneys, Certified Tax Resolution Specialists, and CPA's can help you through the process of sharing your financial information in innocent spouse cases.
IRS Guidelines for Innocent Spouse Tax Relief
If a taxpayer can prove they fit in the IRS guidelines for innocent spouse tax relief, they may not be subject to the taxes caused by their spouses or ex-spouses.
In order to help taxpayers that are being subjected to IRS problems because of their spouse's actions, the IRS has come up with guidelines for innocent spouse tax relief where a person may qualify as an innocent spouse.
We can help you determine if you qualify for innocent spouse tax relief by helping you understand and meet IRS guidelines.
If you had no idea about the financial activity of your spouse and how your spouse was manipulating the books, you can qualify for innocent spouse tax relief. This means:
How to qualify for Tax Relief As An Innocent Spouse
Our experienced attorneys or Certified Tax Resolution Specialists can help you file for innocent spouse protection and dramatically increase your chances for qualifying for tax relief. In addition to taking over all communication with the IRS, we will help you show the IRS that you meet all of the following conditions:
Act Fast to Qualify for Innocent Spouse Tax Relief
To qualify, you must request IRS innocent spouse relief within 2 years after the date on which the IRS first began collection activity.
For more information, check out our Innocent Spouse Frequently Asked Questions and IRS Guidelines.
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