Playing catch up on unfiled tax retruns
Tax season will be back around soon enough, but there is no time like the present to get back up to date with unfiled tax returns. It is unwise to downplay the importance of staying current with you tax returns. While you may think that a few years of unfiled tax returns is no big deal, that just isn’t the case. Before you allow things to slip into emergency status it is important to seek the help of professional tax specialists from National Tax Debt. At NTD we are experts at how to properly navigate tax filing procedures and laws to alleviate the stress of mounting unfiled tax returns.
If you have been putting off filing your tax returns because you are worried you can’t fulfill your delinquent tax payments, or are afraid you may be penalized, it is even more important that you act now! The longer you wait, the further behind you get. There are many IRS payment plans in place to help break up tax debt into installments so that you no longer need to dodge the IRS. Stop hiding in fear from the government. National Tax Debt specializes in IRS payment plan programs and can help you find one that is right for you and your wallet.
Allow NTD to give you peace of mind again.
Settling up with IRS in regards to unfiled tax returns can bring you a restored since of self. Get your finances back on track and contact a tax professional from National Tax debt today. Owning up to your unfiled tax returns can benefit you in a number of ways:
Reducing future financial risk – If you have already received an IRS notice of deficiency because you haven’t filed your taxes, and continue to put it off, you may be at risk for bank account liens don’t the line. Save yourself the stress of uncertainty and contact a tax professional to handle this sometimes confusing situation. The IRS will sometimes take it upon themselves to calculate your taxes, penalties, and interests owed based on the wages and incomes that is reported through external financial institutions. While you may think this is a perk, it most certainly is not. By having the IRS your income will be grossly overstated and could work against you in the long run. Additionally they will not take into account any deductions or write-offs that you may be eligible for.
Improve your eligibility for IRS payment plans – Even if you can’t make payment in full for your unfiled tax returns doesn’t mean you should file them. If you file regardless of your ability to pay this will allow the IRS know that you are at least making the effort. In most cases, as long as you stay current or play catch up, you will be in a much better position to negotiate with the IRS about tax payment plans arrangements.
Owing back taxes to the IRS is overwhelming. When you don’t know what to do or where to turn, you need a qualified IRS payment plan professional to help you. National Tax Debt (NTD) tax professionals are experienced in negotiations with the IRS. Our NTD tax team has the knowledge and expertise to help you qualify for an IRS payment plan.
Enroll in an IRS payment plan to avoid penalties stemming from unfiled tax returns.
Creating an IRS payment plan with a qualified tax professional can help alleviate the stress of mounting unfiled tax retruns. For millions of Americans, IRS tax debt is a significant problem. On a national and state level, IRS tax debt annually puts a great deal of weight and burden on the shoulders of business owners and hardworking people throughout the country.
Seeking out expert tax lawyers and tax professionals to get you started on an IRS payment plan is your best bet at overcoming these stressful obstacles related to unfiled tax retruns. You need not go it alone. National Tax Debt has am experienced team of tax lawyers and book keeping professionals that are here to help you navigate the waters of the complicated US tax system.
OUR CUSTOMERS HAD 97% OF THEIR IRS DEBT FORGIVEN
National Tax Debt customers paid a mean of 3% of their IRS debt tax debt that was owed. This is a 97% decrease of their overall IRS tax debt. We can’t ensure these results with every customer. Nevertheless, we’ve got an established reputation for getting great IRS resolutions for our customers. Our tax attorneys and legal professionals are quite competitive in getting the best resolution for our customers. As a customer, you can listen in while our legal professionals are negotiating for your benefit with the IRS.
In 2014, our customers IRS debt totaled $10,510,714, over ten million dollars.
What Is an IRS Payment Plan?
If you are unable to pay your back tax in full, there are options for which you may qualify such as a state or federal installment agreement. An IRS installment agreement is a legally binding contract between you and the IRS. There are different kinds of IRS payment plan options available based on a taxpayer’s financial qualifications. The average taxpayer does not have the experience and knowledge to negotiate a fair and affordable IRS payment plan. You may be strong-armed into accepting an agreement that is not suitable for your financial situation. You need a knowledgeable tax professional on your side. NTD tax experts and IRS payment plan attorneys will deal with the IRS on your behalf and ensure the best financial resolution of your tax problem.
Here at National Tax Debt, we can help you:
- IRS Tax Debt Relief
- Help with Unfiled Tax Returns
- Remove IRS tax liens
- Appeal for the removal of IRS wage garnishments and liens
- Resolve personal and business tax problems
- Reduce IRS tax debt
- Negotiate a payment plan with the IRS that fits your finances
- Remove IRS and/or State Wage Garnishments/Levies
- Prepare for IRS audits
Let National Tax Debt help you get IRS Debt Relief!
Requesting an IRS Installment Agreement or IRS Payment Plan
Before pursuing a state or federal IRS payment plan, NTD will carefully review all your financial records and tax returns. We will verify your IRS debt and work with you to determine how much you can afford to pay while still allowing you to live comfortably. You will receive instruction regarding allowable deductions for living expenses and necessities, and how to retain your assets in the process. Our tax team will work hard to obtain a fair and affordable plan for you.
Our tax professionals at NTD are skilled IRS negotiators. They are experienced and knowledgeable of current tax laws and codes that determine IRS debt collection practices. Because NTD tax specialists understand how the IRS assesses and determines installment agreements, we can give you your best chance to qualify for an IRS payment plan.
We will complete Form 433-A for you, ensuring it contains all required information. In addition to this form, we will assist you in filing Form 9465, an Installment Agreement Request. Once these forms are received by the IRS, they will respond within 30 days.
IRS Debt Relief is Possible
Upon receiving the IRS response, your NTD tax professional will sit down with you and discuss your options based on the IRS decision. You may qualify for:
- A reasonable IRS installment agreement
- A reduction of your outstanding tax debt
- A penalty abatement
- Forgiveness of the entire tax debt due to financial hardship
You need an experienced tax professional to ensure you receive the best financial resolution of your tax debt problems. The NTD tax team is dedicated to restoring your peace of mind and financial freedom.
Financial problems cause a great deal of stress. Owing the IRS is serious business. It affects your family, your job, your credit rating and your future. You need not face the IRS alone. NTD has the expertise to take control of your tax debt and expedite the resolution. The tax aid help we supply covers a broad variety of areas, ranging from Company Payroll Taxes, to Private Company Audits, IRS Tax Levies, and more. We’ve successfully helped clients gain successful and long-lasting alternatives to their tax problems in order to realize tax debt relief.
IRS Installment Agreement
To find out your IRS payment plan options, call our friendly and knowledgeable tax relief agents at (800) 206-0951.