We make fear a thing of the past. Fear and anxiety are the first emotions when a notice from the IRS tragically appears. If you’re like most, you have never dealt with the IRS before and probably unsure where to turn or what move to make next. If you have received notice that you owe back taxes or are being audited, it is important to not try to resolve alone. You are best served to have an experienced tax attorney on your side. This is just as important with cases concerning the Minnesota Department of Revenue. Both entities are relentless and unforgiving in their tax collection methods. They believe they are owed a certain amount of money and they are determined to obtain it via required specific procedures and timelines. One misstep can expose you to additional liability and may result in the forfeiture of your right to appeal your tax debt.
We will Act in Your Best Interests. At Tax Relief Systems, we offer our clients trusted and effective legal representation during disputes with the IRS and Minnesota DOR. In some circumstances, you may think your best option is to lay low and let the IRS clock run out. This very rarely works. Waiting and not addressing a tax issue most of the time only makes it worse and costlier. Other times, appealing a tax debt is the only way to protect your financial interests. Our tax attorney can assist you with making these choices and the best IRS settlement options to pursue based on in the long-run.
Negotiation with the Minnesota Tax Entities. Some types of settlements our tax attorneys can negotiate with the IRS include:
- Installment payments — Payment plan to resolve tax debt.
- Offers in compromise — Negotiation in the attempt to a lower tax payment, sometimes debt forgiveness.
- Innocent spouse relief — Negotiation to obtain relief from your spouse’s tax obligations, depending on your divorce or separation status.
- Bankruptcy Filings – Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13. In some cases, filing for bankruptcy may be the most effective, efficient way to discharge tax debts.
The biggest thing to remember is you are not alone. We are available and by our Minnesota clients side every step of the process. We will not leave you out in the cold.
If you’ve received notice of an audit or tax debt from the IRS or the Minnesota Department of Revenue, then you have joined an undesirable club. Call our law office at 424-264-5854 for help. You can also complete our website form to make an appointment or ask a question.