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Understanding your rights when it comes to a Tax Debt Although the IRS always prefers that you find a way to pay your taxes in full, circumstances can sometimes prevent that from happening. If you find yourself in this predicament, the IRS does have options available to help you resolve your tax debt. Depending on your situation, you may be able to request an installment agreement, an offer in compromise, a temporary delay of collection, or an extension of time to pay. Tax Debt attorney can be an important point of contact during this time so that you can get prompt answers to your most essential questions. Your attorney should be committed to your case from start to finish.
Too many people avoid getting the legal help they need because they are overwhelmed with the financial aspect of handling this often times stressful financial situation. It can be overwhelming to cope with mounting paperwork and different laws and options. Your attorney can be a primary point of contact to help you navigate complicated issues like working with the IRS directly, preparing your documents for meetings, and helping you evaluate settlement offers.
Most Tax Debt f you owe taxes, it may feel as though you’ve been cast adrift upon a sea of uncaring bureaucracy. Don’t despair — you have rights! You have the right to provide more information to the IRS if you can substantiate your claim that you owe less tax or have a basis for penalty relief. You also have the right to competent representation. In some cases, your best option for saving money will be to hire a qualified tax professional to argue your case for you. You can get a no-fee phone consultation about your case by reaching out today. During the initial consultation, make sure to ask questions about how the tax professional typically works in cases like this. You can use this first meeting to determine whether or not you want to hire the attorney based on his or her experience.
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