Our team of licensed tax attorneys help Dallas area taxpayers qualify for convenient IRS back tax settlement plans
IRS back taxes can be a nightmare, if not addressed properly with professional help. Dallas-area taxpayers with IRS back taxes, but cannot pay, are in good company for professional IRS back taxes help. It's beyond dispute that the IRS expects you to pay your taxes regardless of whether you believe you have the money to pay them. And, if you fail to pay, the IRS has broad powers to issue tax liens and levies and pursue legal action against you to collect delinquent taxes. The IRS can even take your wages to pay IRS back taxes, which is embarrassing, financially crippling, and may cost your job to boot. Imagine living on 1/3 of your current income because the IRS garnished your wages!
The good news is that Dallas area taxpayers with IRS back taxes and penalties have a local, and effective solution to settle back taxes. If you are a taxpayer of Dallas, Carrollton, Irving, Arlington, Plano, or any local community facing IRS back taxes, Dallas Pure Tax Resolution can implement various IRS back tax forgiveness strategies that provide a viable and affordable path to settling your IRS back taxes, and protecting your assets and wages.
Convenient IRS Back Tax Forgiveness Plans
If you have IRS back taxes, don't use a high interest credit card or loan to pay your balance. IRS tax attorneys can actually get the IRS to grant you a payment plan, designed to settle your IRS back taxes for good by helping you qualify for a convenient back tax forgiveness program that suits your lifestyle:
IRS Installment Plans
The IRS has an installment program, and if you owe less than $25,000 it's likely we can negotiate an IRS installment plan for you. In fact, even if you owe more than that, we may be able to use one of our other tax resolution strategies to get your balance below $25,000 so that we can get you an installment plan through the IRS.
Partial Payment Installment Agreements
If you can't qualify for a full installment plan, we may still be able to get you a partial installment agreement where a pre-determined fraction of your back taxes would qualify for installment payments. The way that your case is presented impacts your ability to get this type of payment plan. Because you only get one chance to make a first impression with the IRS, you should call us and let one of our experienced tax resolution attorneys negotiate with the IRS for you.
Offer In Compromise (OIC)
You often hear about the IRS offer in compromise program on late night TV or radio. The truth is that the OIC program is available in certain cases, but it's not for everyone. What is an OIC? It is an agreement where the IRS agrees to reduce your tax deliquency and accept less than you owe in back taxes. The forms for submitting an offer in compromise are complicated and require careful analysis and many calculations. Remember, the offer in compromise is heavily publicized but it's one tool our tax resolution team uses to settle back taxes. Because of the complexity of the offer-in-compromise process, you should contact our tax resolution experts for help before attempting to obtain an offer and compromise. Learn more about an OIC determination >>
Currently Not Collectible Status (CNC)
Some of our clients will qualify for a hardship exception, which puts a temporary and potentially a permanent freeze on back tax collections. The decision whether to grant a currently not collectible determination (also known as a hardship determination) is in the discretion of the IRS based on the facts and circumstances and how they are presented is key. Tax resolution attorneys spend years in school, in continuing education and in practice learning about how best to obtain, and then implementing strategies to procure CNC determinations with the IRS. Learn more about a CNC determination >>