Sometimes, come tax time, if income is thin and no money has been set aside, businesses must choose between paying their taxes and paying payroll, vendors, or important expenses.
If there’s one truth about IRS tax debt, it’s that it can happen to anyone, regardless of one’s income. I want to ease your stress–and help you keep your money.
I’m interested in helping you keep your money. Every step of the way, my tax resolution guidance is geared towards my client paying the absolute minimum amount of legal tax.
Problems–life problems–can happen to anyone. When I met Richard, he was in serious trouble with the IRS. He had made a mistake many years earlier.
The first thing I do for clients facing a wage garnishment is to make sure that the client actually owes what the IRS says they do. The second thing I advise clients about is how to pay down the debt: it’s best to pay the IRS debt down as soon as possible, depending on the client’s finances. Sometimes, when all the returns are filed and the liability is lowered, we find out the client has paid their full tax bill and an IRS refund is owed.