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Denver Metro: 303-357-5207
Call now 303-357-5207 to speak directly to a former IRS Revenue Officer with insider information that can help determine if you qualify for the ‘Offer in Compromise’ program.
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What We Do…
Enforced Collection – Levy on Wages? Bank Account? We can usually get levies released the first day we meet.
Offer In Compromise – Do you qualify to settle for less than you owe? We can help make that determination. Ask to see recent successful settlements.
Abatement Of Penalties – do you meet the ‘Reasonable Cause’ criteria? We can determine if your penalties can be eliminated.
Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 – Is your tax liability dischargeable? We can determine if your tax liability can be discharged.
Tax Preparation – Non Filer? Missing income records, W-2s, 1099s? We can obtain missing records in order to prepare your delinquent taxes.
Limited Liability Companies and / or Partnerships, (LLC/LLP) – Is this something you should consider for your small business? We can set up a LLC / LLP for you at our initial meeting.
Delinquent Business Taxes
941 Issues? Trust Fund Penalty? We resolve employment tax problems. Prevent seizure of business.
Q. What is an Offer in Compromise?
A. An Offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between a taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that resolves the taxpayer’s liability. The IRS has the authority to settle, or compromise, federal tax liabilities by accepting less than full payment under certain circumstances. The IRS may legally compromise for one of the following reasons:
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