IRS AND CALIFORNIA TAX DEBT RELIeF
Do you owe back taxes to the IRS or State of California? Are your delinquent taxes causing major financial difficulties for your family or business? If so, don’t panic. You have many options and the team at Dallo Law Group can help you settle your tax debt.
If you owe back taxes to the IRS or the State of California, your case typically will be handled by a tax collector whose sole job is to collect the amount of tax owed. Even if you firmly believe that you do not owe the tax that the IRS or California says that you owe, the tax collector will pursue collections anyways. Unlike other creditors who have to take you to court and get a judgment to levy your accounts, garnish your wages, or seize your accounts, the IRS, Franchise Tax Board (FTB), State Board of Equalization (SBOE), and the Employment Development Department EDD), all have strong levy power which means they can collect against you without court approval.
The biggest mistake some taxpayers make is to ignore letters, notices and bills from the IRS. While the IRS can and may seize your assets, they cannot do so without giving your an opportunity to appeal that levy through a CDP or equivalency hearing, and some of those letters just might be your tickets to stopping collections. If you are starting to receive those nasty letters, call us right away so that we can make sure that your rights against asset seizure and garnishments are protected!
If you are tired of owing back taxes to the IRS and are ready for tax debt relief, give us a call to schedule a free consultation to discuss how our team can help. In most cases, we can avoid you having to speak or meet with the IRS completely during this process. After reviewing your tax and financial situation in detail, I can determine the best way to settle and resolve your tax debt. In some cases, an Offer in Compromise (OIC)/Tax Debt Settlement will be the best way to resolve your tax debt. While we cannot guarantee results, our team is UNDEFEATED in this process and we have settled some tax debt for pennies on the dollar. Other cases are better suited for a partial or full-pay payment plan which we have negotiated for hundreds of clients. For taxpayers in really tough financial circumstances, we can negotiate non-collectible status which means we can force the IRS to stop collections for a period of at least a year, sometimes longer.
Every tax debt relief case is different so I encourage you to call us to determine what is best for you. As always, communications with our office are completely confidential and privileged.