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Which IRS Programs You Qualify For
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1) Who do you owe tax debt to?

2) About how much do you owe in tax debt?

3) Do you have un-filed back tax returns?

4) Have you had a wage garnishment, tax lien or bank levy?

5) Have you received threatening or confusing letters from the IRS?

6) Great! Now we just need to know where to send your calculator results to?

In just 15 minutes on the phone you can learn...

Which Programs You May Qualify For

The IRS tax code is over 100,000+ pages long, and has more programs than you can count. You don’t have time for that. We can help you navigate the waters, and only apply for the programs that can save you the most money, so you don’t have to worry about it.

How Much You Will Have to Pay

We will have to go through a quick detailed financial assessment to see what programs yo can qualify for, but we routinely have clients legally get out of paying up to 90% - 95% of their tax debts. Imagine if you could only pay $5 when you owe $100?

Exactly What You Should Do Next

The longer you wait, the more interest and penalties that the IRS will tack on to the amount you owe. You need to know exactly what steps to take right now, and start down the path to freedom, before your situation becomes any worse. We can guide you along.

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Here's How the Process Works:

Free Initial Consultation and Financial Analysis

15 Minutes - We will go through your entire financial situation, step-by-step and see what programs you qualify for, determine how we can help, and answer any questions that you may have.


Research & Investigation

4-7 Days - Using the Power of Attorney, we will work with the IRS to determine what evidence they have against you (without disclosing anything), so we can create a plan of attack.


Fight for the Best Resolution

1-3 Months - After learning exactly what they have against you, we will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, removing all the penalties we can, and fighting for a great settlement for you.



Forever - Once your tax burdens have been lifted, you can go on living your life again! You will finally be free of the burdens chasing you, and can start fresh with no tax debt!

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Can a wage garnishment be stopped or reversed?

Having your wages garnished means less cash in your pocket every month. In case you fall into this class, do not panic. Instead, file a Claim of Exemption form together with the court. You will be given the chance to spell out your circumstance to a judge and to demonstrate your monthly income and living expenses. The judge is able to set your monthly income aside, in the event he determines that it does not support the wage garnishment. The sole other method to eliminate a wage garnishment will be to satisfy the judgment against you.

Can debt collectors garnish my tax refund?

Determined by the laws of your state (Colorado), private debt collectors may have access to those funds. Nevertheless, it's best to get all of the facts before you start to panic. If you're expecting a tax refund but have concerns about creditors garnishing it, you might be stressing too much. National law allows only federal government and state agencies (not private or individual lenders) to take your refund as payment toward a debt. Yet, as soon as you deposit the refund in your own bank account, these rules no longer apply.

Can I Negotiate my Tax Debt?

Yes, you can negotiate your tax debt with the IRS. In the event you owe a tax debt to the federal government, it could be simpler to strike a deal to pay your debt for less than the full balance through an Offer in Compromise, thanks to new guidelines recently issued by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS may refuse to accept an Offer In Compromise if it believes the taxpayer has other assets it can seize to pay the debt. Nor will the OIC probably be accepted in the event the taxpayer transferred assets into someone else's name, or if it would be against public policy such as settling a tax debt after they convicted the citizen of fraud. Our Fort Collins team can determine should you qualify.

What should I do if I get a bank levy applied to my account?

An IRS levy permits the legal seizure of your property. It can garnish wages, take cash in your bank or other financial account, sell and confiscate your vehicle(s), real estate and other personal property. Contact the Internal Revenue Service immediately, should you receive an IRS bill titled Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing. It is very important that you obey the levy if you receive an IRS notice of levy against your employee, vendor, customer or other third party.

Can the IRS levy my bank account without notice?

Yes, possibly no other action taken by the IRS is surprising, more disruptive, and panic-inducing than an IRS levy on your checking or savings account. With one notice sent to your bank, the Internal Revenue Service can confiscate every penny you've got, and apply it toward your tax bill. You might never realize it until the cash is already gone, to make it worse. Whether you're in line to purchase groceries, at your office opening correspondence that tells you your check for materials has bounced, or being told by a distressed employee that her pay check bounced, a bank levy may be a living nightmare.

How long can the IRS chase you for unfiled tax returns?

The clock hasn't started on your statute of limitations, in the event you have unfiled tax returns. That means the IRS can seek your unfiled returns six years from now, 15 years later, 30 years after and so forth. To put it differently, there is no statute of limitations to go following your back tax returns. The statute of limitations clock doesn't start until you file your return. The Internal Revenue Service may send you a notice requesting that a delinquent tax return files. They may take several years to advise you that they haven't yet received your tax return.

How do you qualify for an Offer in Compromise agreement?

The IRS normally approves an offer in compromise when the sum offered represents the most they can expect to collect within a reasonable time. The Offer in Compromise plan is not for everyone. You must be present with all filing and payment requirements, before the IRS can consider your offer. You are ineligible in the event that you are in an open bankruptcy proceeding. Use the Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier prepare a preliminary proposition and to confirm your qualification.

Can tax debt be forgiven?

Yes, tax debt may be forgiven for those who qualify for the program. But it's not quite as simple as it seems. Most tax debts can not be wiped out in bankruptcy and in this case, you will continue to owe them at the ending of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, or you will have to refund them in full in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan. Hence, in the event you should discharge tax debts, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will likely be the better choice, but only if your debts qualify for discharge and you're qualified for Chapter 7 bankruptcy which entails the Bankruptcy Qualification Rules.

What should I do if I am sent a letter / notice from the IRS?

The very first thing you need to do with any IRS notice will be to read it attentively. The Internal Revenue Service will always be precise in its correspondence, meaning it'll just contact you for a certain motive, which it'll extensively summarize in your notice. One possible reason behind your notice that is quite common is to inform you of the proposed changes and to explain some kind of error the IRS found on your own tax return. But remember, the Internal Revenue Service will make changes to your return if your refund raises. But you should retain a copy of the notice with your other tax records.

Can I negotiate an Offer in Compromise agreement during bankruptcy proceedings?

You can request what is referred to as 'uncollectible status.'' This is the process the IRS uses to freeze the group account. The agency impounds any efforts to enforce collection to be able to give you time to get back on your feet financially. The Internal Revenue Service typically approves an offer in compromise when the sum represents the most they can expect to collect within a fair time. However, it is advisable that you just explore all other payment options before submitting an offer in compromise. Therefore, the Offer in Compromise program is not for everybody.

Tax debts can be crippling to your financial future if left untouched. Our Fort Collins experts are ready to make that future brighter, and get the relief you need.

Fort Collins

We are proud to serve Fort Collins, and will go the additional mile to make sure every customer is treated like members of our own family.

Here are just a few of the many ways that our Fort Collins firm can help you today:

Never promising more than we can deliver for reducing your tax debts

We always value the well being of our customers when it comes to representing them in any tax associated issues, therefore we can tell you of honest expectancies of your results.

Our tax attorneys are an essential element of the solution to your tax problem if you now owe money to the Internal Revenue Service, under audit, or have some other tax related problems.

Our Experience

We have many years of expertise in the representation of companies and individuals in Fort Collins at all degrees of a tax controversy.

In addition, we focus on satisfying the special tax needs of individuals and companies in Fort Collins to filing their tax files in planning.

On the flip side, we’ve got the knowledge to guide you towards taking advantage of the experience that will help you navigate the often confusing company tax landscape and the very most current developments in the tax laws.

Therefore, we can assist you to develop an overall tax strategy to assist you minimize your tax liability. Our attorneys are committed to supplying high quality tax advisory services for businesses and non-profit organizations, encompassing year-round tax planning expert return preparation, and proactive tax evaluation. Additionally, attentive tax planning is embraced by us as it is a fundamental measure in the groundwork of our clients’ income taxes. We have the knowledge and experience to offer you greatest tax representation towards comprehending genuine and positive expectations.

Pay back the amount you owe to the IRS or CO over time with an agreed upon payment plan.

In situations whereby you are not financially able to pay your tax liability in full, you always have the option to opt for an Installment Agreement.

Yet, there are several people that are really not yet familiarized with the techniques required in going about an installment agreement. You will constantly be asked to pay your IA instantly and this might include interest and fees. Therefore, we would urge you to consult with an experienced Fort Collins attorney that will help you on ways to handle your Installment Agreement immediately and efficiently. To the IRS, you can fall victim without skilled help making you pay the utmost amount possible every month.

You Need an Expert

An expert business in Colorado can ensure you monthly payments are ones you can in fact manage. This really is where we come in to give you hope in doing away with your tax debt.

You desire our help because until your balance is paid in full, the Internal Revenue Service may go as far as filing a lien to protect the interest of the State of Colorado. This really is dangerous because your credit report may impact negatively and this might be detrimental to your future. It really is a critical problem because you can’t afford to handle your tax debt problem alone.

It’s possible for you to get in touch with our Fort Collins law firm today to arrange for an initial consultation with one of our highly seasoned attorneys.

Put an end to the IRS harassment, and let our Fort Collins firm put an end to the letters and notices being sent to your home or office.

There are several methods the IRS regularly uses to contact the tax payer. However, the most frequent approach that they use to contact folks is through letters and notices.

As a matter of fact these letters are typically threatening, and you might be scared by this as a taxpayer. Often times, the tax payer receives a series of four letters. If you are not familiar with the process and practice of the IRS, these letters might be confusing, unsettling and disturbing.

Help with Understanding

This is where our Colorado firm comes in to guide you in getting through the IRS practice and procedure in an attempt to ensure that we cease notices and the letters from showing up at your house or office in Fort Collins.

We understand what you go through when you get a series of disturbing letters and you also do not know how to stop them. Our Fort Collins law group includes a team of specialists which are well-familiarized with the IRS practices and procedures.

Get Relief

We have helped many clients do away with their IRS letters and notices and they’re free of the annoyance brought on by those letters. You feel relieved when you approach us to help you in stopping your IRS notices and letters and can be free.

If the IRS has placed a tax lien on your home or property, you need to act fast before they seize it. Let our CO experts help.

It then becomes a tough and potentially scary situation when you end up in a scenario where the cost takes its toll on your own assets and as you had planned, when ends aren’t meeting.

Fortunately, you will get time to prepare a successful plan with our competent Fort Collins tax attorneys because a tax lien can not be levied without your consent. Consequently, you must promptly seek the counsel of a learned law firm when the Internal Revenue Service becomes involved in your business or personal issues.

Our Qualified Staff

We’ve qualified attorneys at our Colorado firm and they have helped many customers in removing their tax liens. We can guarantee you of best quality legal representation in regards to removing your tax lien because we have handled numerous cases.

In addition, our tax lien lawyers possess the important expertise on all issues pertaining to applicable Colorado and federal taxes. Our lawyers are well-trained and understand how to deal with the IRS agents. Furthermore, we’ll take you through a brief lecture where we’ll provide you with detailed comprehension of the tax lien process.

Process and Strategy

At a point, we will help you perhaps remove the tax lien altogether, or work through the process and enable you to develop a quality and successful strategy. On the other hand, there are other possible means which we can utilize to help you negotiate a payment while you are paying back your taxes or remove your tax lien.

By incorrectly negotiating an Offer in Compromise, you can actually increase your tax debt. Let our Fort Collins pros help.

You can consider using your tax debt to settle for less, instead of paying the full amount that you owe in tax debts. If by paying your complete tax liability, a fiscal hardship is created, then this approach can be a valid option.

There are a few unique standards that is considered by the Internal Revenue Service in order to allow you the offer and they include:

  • Asset equity
  • Monthly Expenses
  • Monthly Salary / Income
  • Skill to pay.

So when the sum offered represents the most they are able to expect to collect within a reasonable period of time, then the IRS can normally approve your Offer in Compromise.

Get an Expert’s Opinion

Before submitting an offer in compromise, it is advisable that you just explore all other payment alternatives. This is where our Fort Collins firm comes in to offer you our services in going about your offer in compromise.

You also need to take note that offer in compromise program is not for everyone; therefore you might want the assistance of a seasoned lawyer to help you decide on whether or not to attempt the arrangement.

Our Colorado lawyers are well-familiarized against the techniques used to help our customers win their negotiations. We will help you discover whether you’re eligible and afterwards help you in submitting your offer. We advise you on the best channel to follow and will subsequently follow up on the entire procedure.


Fort Collins Center for Tax Relief

110 E. Oak St., Fort Collins, 80524

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