Tax Relief Programs | How TaxAudit Helps Relieve Tax Burdens

February 14, 2022 by Samantha Lamb
TaxAudit's Tax Debt Relief Team

Owing money to the IRS or state can be a daunting prospect – especially when words like liens, levies, and wage garnishment get thrown around. That is why TaxAudit provides Tax Debt Relief services that make dealing with the IRS or state less stressful. Our tax professionals know the ins and outs of the audit process, the language that the tax authorities speak, and the laws regarding taxes and tax debt collection.

Every client’s situation is different, so our tax debt relief programs are tailored to every individual we serve.

Those services include:


If you currently have tax debt with the IRS or a state tax authority, we provide a free, no-obligation consultation with a tax professional to evaluate your situation and let you know what path would be best for you. During the consultation, your tax resolution specialist will work with you to understand the circumstances that led to the issues you’re dealing with, your current financial situation, and any communication you’ve already had with the IRS or state. Afterwards, you’ll know where you stand, which options may be available to you, and what the alternatives will realistically do for you. We will also let you know how we can help to put a plan in place to resolve your tax debt.

If you choose to have your tax professional perform a Comprehensive Assessment of your debt issue, they will open a case for you and request the necessary documentation to dive a little deeper into your situation. The goal of the assessment is to come up with a realistic and personalized plan that is tailored to you. After your tax professional has completed the assessment, they will give you a flat-fee quote. This quote will cover all services included in your debt resolution plan and you should not be charged anything else. From there, the tax professional will work your case until completion, staying with you every step of the way to make sure you pay no more than you legally owe.

Our tax professionals are passionate about helping you through this situation. Here are a few words from them on our proven process:



It’s important to remember that you are not alone during this difficult time. We are here to walk with you through dealing with the IRS and coming up with a solution that works for you. Here are some words from others who have gone through similar situations:

Tax Audit is awesome! Tax Audit was able to resolve all my back taxes issues 100 percent. Excellent advice on how to keep future records and very happy I found them. - Ernest

I could not ask for more compassionate and professional support. - Heidi

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