Tax Relief Help – Down to a Science

March 02, 2022 by Kate Ferreira, CTEC
Tax Relief Professionals at TaxAudit

Owing current tax debt or having back taxes due is not a situation any person wants to be in – but if you are in this situation, you likely have lots of questions about what steps you need to take to resolve your tax issues: What do I do if I owe back taxes? What if I can’t pay the amount due? Can I negotiate with the IRS to reduce or settle my tax debt?

These are all valid questions! Thankfully, you have found yourself on our website, and we are glad you are here. TaxAudit specializes in tax relief help, and we are so confident in our ability to help taxpayers navigate these troubling waters that we believe we have it down to a science. So, what does that mean for you?

When you work with TaxAudit, you are working with an honest company. We can create a personalized solution tailored to your specific tax situation and there will be no surprises regarding pricing. We have over 41,800 hours of tax training under our belt, 1,700+ years of combined tax experience, and have helped over 350,000 clients with their tax needs. Our qualified tax professionals are prepared to stop IRS collections and help resolve your tax debt.

If you choose to work with us – and we hope you do – we will walk you through our four-step method to help you get freedom from your tax burden.

Step 1: You receive free, no-obligation answers to your tax debt questions. You will start by speaking to one of our tax professionals who will learn more about your specific tax needs. This person is not a salesperson but one of our qualified, licensed tax professionals who can provide honest and in-depth feedback about your personal tax situation.

Step 2: Your tax professional will take a deep dive into your situation by providing a comprehensive assessment. For a flat rate of $399, they will review your documentation and provide a plan for achieving your best tax debt settlement outcome.

Step 3: We implement your personalized tax debt relief plan. Since each person’s tax situation is different, your plan will be customized specifically to you and your tax debt. Your tax professional will represent you throughout the process and negotiate with the IRS or state tax authority on your behalf.

Step 4: A final settlement and resolution for your tax debt will be reached. We will work diligently to bring you relief from your tax debt as quickly as possible.

This four-step method is an honest and straightforward way to settle your tax debt. Throughout the entire process, your tax professional will be by your side to support you every step of the way, so you never feel like you are alone. We know that just about anyone can be burdened with tax debt, and it is a situation no one ever wants to be in. We are here to help you take back control of your financial situation and relieve the anxieties of having tax debt.

TaxAudit is here to offer representation with the IRS and all 50 state tax agencies. We provide interpretation in 148 languages and empathetic professionals to help navigate you through troubled waters.

Please watch our Proven Process video below to learn more.


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Kate Ferreira
Communications Associate

 

Kate Ferreira is a Communications Associate with TaxAudit. A California Tax Education Council (CTEC) registered tax professional, Kate has been with the organization since 2015. Kate enjoys the challenge of writing about complex issues – including taxes. Outside of work she enjoys traveling, listening to vinyl, and going on adventures with her dog, Indiana Bones.


 

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