Did you know you have taxpayer rights? If you’re a citizen of Vermont and the United States, then you have taxpayer rights! Is there anything worse than the Internal Revenue Service or the Vermont Department of Revenue pursuing you? You can probably think of a couple of things worse, but the sheer nuisance and the persistence to collect is extremely stressful. Do not worry, as a taxpayer which we already established, you have rights, including the right to consult a tax attorney. If you attempt to negotiate without proper representation, then you are not doing yourself any favor. You will be negotiating from a position of weakness; with little knowledge of the options you have at your disposal.
At Tax Relief Systems, we understand that a tax problem wreaks havoc in slow motion on your life and your family, depending on the amount of money owed. Whether you owe 10,000 or millions, the IRS will persist in collection attempts to the point of taking everything you own. It does not matter whether it is a tax audit by the IRS or the Vermont Department of Revenue. We work equally as hard for every client. You can count on Tax Relief Systems to be by your side every step of the process. Our tax attorneys work to minimize the taxes our clients owe, but also the reduction of stress by removing the weight of dealing with the IRS off their shoulders.
Across Vermont, there are many outstanding tax attorneys. However, there is a significant difference between an attorney that handles tax relief issues and those who handle tax planning. Tax planning attorneys can direct you how to resourcefully plan your affairs to lower taxes and tax prevention. We, at Tax Relief Systems, are the attorneys that can do both. We can help plan for any issue that arises or after settlement to ensure, through careful planning, you do not experience these issues in the future. Also, we have your back when there are issues as you may have now. If you or your company experiences a tax audit or received a notice of monies due, a tax attorney can represent you at the audit, tax court, or in tax negotiations, or any resulting tax appeal. We will defend all your rights afforded by tax law and the constitution.
Do you owe a tax debt to the IRS or Vermont Department of Revenue? Can you not afford to pay the bill? You have options, including:
- Offers in Compromise with liability in question or inability of collection
- Audit Reconsideration
- Hardship Offers
- Part pay Installment Agreements
- Full pay Installment Agreements
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy
We have seen it repeatedly, taxpayers search the web and think they have found the solution to only stall, hinder, or damage their potential resolution. Yes, there is a ton of information on the web; some of it self-centered, some of it inconsistent, and most of it confusing. It is overwhelming for the average taxpayer to figure out what the best option is. That is where our team comes in. We will review your situation and help you find the right solution. You can be sure our advice with be the best possible advice
To learn more about how we can help get you out of the jaws of the IRS collections or prevent you from falling into future tax traps, call 424-264-5854 or contact us through our online form.