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Frequently Asked Questions

We don't take your case unless we think we can win. There are many options for resolving your tax debt with the IRS. Some of the most popular include:

  • Offer in Compromise / Fresh Start Program
  • Installment Agreement
  • Lien Removal
  • Levy Release
  • Penalty Abatement
  • Non-Collectible Status
  • Statute of Limitations

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Here at IRS Advocates, we begin by addressing all the immediate threats to your assets because even though this problem wasn't created overnight, we can start solving it today. Once we establish your best course of action, an estimated timeline will be provided and updated as we progress.

Our CPAs use the information you send to recommend the best course of action to review. We will review the recommendations together and discuss your options, possible outcomes, and other measures to qualify you for tax burden relief.

This is one of the most frequently asked questions about IRS tax relief. Getting an Offer in Compromise accepted is the closest one can get to have their tax debt forgiven or get IRS tax debt relief. Although it is not easily obtained by anyone, taxpayers who get an Offer in Compromise approved can settle their debts for a significantly lower amount. The settlement amount is based on your income, expenses, and available assets. 

You do not have to be liable for those taxes. The IRS offers Innocent Spouse relief to protect you. By requesting innocent spouse relief, you can be relieved of responsibility for paying tax, interest, and penalties if your spouse (or former spouse) improperly reported items or omitted items on your tax return. Generally, the tax, interest, and penalties that qualify for relief can only be collected from your spouse (or former spouse). However, you are jointly and individually responsible for any tax, interest, and penalties that do not qualify for relief. 

The easiest way to avoid an audit is to completely and accurately fill out your tax return. This includes double-checking your math and making sure you used all the correct forms.

Because the IRS flags items that look suspicious, you may want to consider attaching an explanation if you think a deduction or credit you are claiming looks too large.

Questions about filing past tax returns come up often. The first step in the IRS tax debt relief settlement process is filing returns. Taxpayers must be in compliance in order to negotiate IRS tax debt relief. After your past due tax returns are processed, we will evaluate and help determine the possible solutions so you can make a fresh start!



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