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FILING BACK TAX RETURNS PHOENIX AZ

Tax Debt Advisors for Filing Back Tax Returns Phoenix AZ

It is important to remember that the IRS does not punish primarily for non payment but rather for non filing.  The penalties for failing to file a tax return are 10 times greater than the penalty for non payment.  That means the IRS is more interested in getting a paper return than paper money.

Most people fail to file because they don’t have the money to pay the tax.  That’s like putting your head in the sand to save you from the IRS lion.  If you file your returns on time you will save yourself lots of penalties and the IRS is much easier to work with if you have been filing each year.  Once a client has failed to file for one year, the average client does not seek help until six years later.  Why? Because it usually takes the IRS that long to levy their wages and/or bank accounts.  If the IRS was much more aggressive and competent, clients would save thousands of dollars in penalties and interest.

If you have lost your records or they were destroyed in a fire or flood, it is possible to reconstruct the returns.  The IRS keeps track of  W-2 information, interest and dividends paid, home mortgage interest, sales of stock and any K-1 and retirement income information.  Banks can provide copies of old bank statements and checks.  With a little effort, most returns can be reasonably reconstructed.  We always attach a note to the return explaining how we arrived at the numbers reported.

If absolutely no information is available, there is still an acceptable way for filing back tax returns Phoenix AZ.  This is based on economic reality.  We have a worksheet that determines how much you had to make to pay your bills every month.  We can file a tax return based on estimates if the estimates are reasonable.

Filing Back Tax Returns to fix a nine year old debt.

David owed the IRS for back taxes from 2012. They claimed he owed them over $4,000 on a tax return he never filed. How could this be so? The IRS went ahead and filed a tax return for him. This is called a substitute for return (SFR). The good news in all this is that David can still file a correct taxpayer filed return. That is exactly what Tax Debt Advisors, Inc did for him. As you can view from the notice below, the $4,000 debt was brought down to under $600. With the reduction in taxes owed, the interest and penalties were reduced for him as well.

 

FILING BACK TAX RETURNS PHOENIX AZ

 

Scott Allen E. A.

Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

Don’t fight the IRS alone if you need help filing back tax returns Phoenix AZ. Get the right local help. www.FileBackTaxes.net 

 

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Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews

You can’t have your cake and eat it too, sorry!  IRS Help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

Virtually every prospective client believes that we are telling them the truth when it come to fixing their tax problem.  Yet many will go to get a second opinion.  That is fine, even expected.  Then the most amazing thing happens.  The client says, “I like you guys, trust you guys, but I like the other guy’s solution more than I like your solution.  Will you do the other guy’s solution?  If you will, I will use you.”

The big problem is that if the other guy’s solution would work, we would have advised you that in the first place.  We know the best solution that will work.  We will not take your money to do another guy’s solution that will not work.

So you know what happens, the prospective client goes to the other guy, and they are ripped off, then they come back and want us to do what we advised in the first place.  Many times the window of opportunity has been lost, or it is not as good because of changes in their financial ability to pay, or their bank accounts or wages have been levied.

Go with the guy you trust.  Believe the solution of the guy you trust instead of what you want to hear or believe.  Perhaps that is why the client got in trouble with the IRS in the first place.  Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews are actual notices of completed work for their clients they represent.

Scott Allen E. A.

Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews

Recent Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews: 2022

See how Tax Debt Advisors Inc solved Calvin’s IRS problem. He filed six years of back tax returns and settled them all into one low monthly payment plan of $675 per month. The key to having success with the IRS is being proactive. Far to often taxpayers become reactive when it comes to the IRS. Whether its because of their fear or due to other hardships being reactive puts you at a disadvantage. Don’t delay any longer and get a positive outcome just like Calvin did. A payment plan is just one of several options to settle an IRS debt. With Tax Debt Advisors Inc you will be aware of all available options.

Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews

 

Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. provides IRS help to the following Arizona cities:

Apache Junction, Avondale, Bisbee, Buckeye, Bullhead City, Camp Verde, Casa Grande,  Catalina, Chandler, Chinle, Chino Valley, Coolidge, Cottonwood, Dewey, Douglas, Eagar, El Mirage, Eloy, Flagstaff, Florence, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Globe, Goodyear, Green Valley, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Lakeside, Marana, Mesa, Nogales, Oro Valley, Page, Paradise Valley, Payson, Peoria, Phoenix, Pinetop, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Safford, San Luis, Scottsdale, Sedona, Show Low, Sierra Vista, Somerton, Sun City, Sun City West, Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Thatcher, Tuba City, Tucson, Winslow, Yuma

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Do I Need a Peoria IRS Tax Attorney when I have no money to pay the IRS?

Peoria IRS Tax Attorney needed ?

The answer is no.

If you truly cannot pay the IRS any money on a monthly basis you would qualify for a currently non-collectible status (CNC).  Extensive financial proof will need to be submitted to prove that you are truly in a hardship and the situation is not temporary.  It is a relief to not have to make a monthly payment to the IRS but the debt is still there and interest and penalties are being added on a daily basis.  If you qualify for CNC status you should have an IRS professional determine if you can file an Offer in Compromise under the option—Doubt as to Collectability.

If you have assets that can be liquidated, the IRS will require that they be sold and the funds received used towards your IRS debt.  An example would be stocks or bonds.  If you can borrow from your 401k, you will be required to borrow and use those funds to pay down your IRS debt if you choose to do an OIC.

These options are complicated and difficult to explain without having your specific financial information.  Scott Allen E.A. provides a free consultation to discuss what you will need to provide him to help you decide the best way to resolve your tax debt.  Call Scott at 480-926-9300 and he will provide you the solution and peace of mind you are seeking. Instead of panicking and calling a Peoria IRS tax attorney, make the right choice and hire Scott Allen EA (Enrolled Agent) as your IRS power of attorney representative.

Currently Non-Collectible Status negotiated!

Mercedes and her husband were in dire need to an aggressive negotiation with the IRS. They called Scott Allen EA and got that relief. Don’t take our word for it but read the actually approval letter from the IRS below. Six years of IRS debt negotiated into a low $0.00/month payment plan.

Peoria IRS Tax Attorney

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Filing Late Returns—Why Mesa Arizona residents need to file on time.

Filing Late Returns Mesa AZ

  • Avoid potential for prosecution.  Willful failure to file is a misdemeanor and can result in being sentenced to one year in prison for each year not filed.  This is a rare occurrence but why put your self through the possibility.
  • You will lose your Earned Income Credit if you try to claim it on a return that is older than three years.
  • If you are self employed, you will received a reduced benefit when you retire based on income earned that was not reported.
  • You will lose refunds on years filed after three years from the due date of the return.
  • Increased debt to the IRS from interest and penalties which can double the amount owed in a few years.
  • Higher likelihood that your returns will be audited or reviewed.
  • IRS will calculate a substituted tax return (SFR) based on income reported without any deductions.  These liabilities are not dischargeable in bankruptcy.

Call me today for filing late returns Mesa AZ and schedule a free initial confidential consultation to see how easy it is to get yourself back in the saddle.

Damien was nearly ten years behind on his back taxes. He thought the IRS had forgotten about him. Low and behold it was the exact opposite. Because he did not file his taxes timely, the IRS filed an SFR tax return giving him a large tax bill of over $39,000. On top the that they were garnishing his income to collect on that tax bill. This got his attention and he hired Scott Allen EA to be his power of attorney. If you check out the IRS notice below you will see that he was able to file a protest tax return and wipe out the entire bill. Yes, you are reading that correctly. Not only that, but the IRS now owed him money and they returned the money they levied from him. Talk about a complete turn around of events.  In addition to correcting Damien’s 2012 tax return Scott also helped him with filing late returns Mesa AZ up through the year 2020. He is now 100% filing compliant.

For more information on filing late returns click here.

Filing Late Returns Mesa AZ

Scott Allen E. A.—Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

 

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Arizona IRS help: What makes an Offer In Compromise work or fail?

IRS Offer in Compromise pitfalls: Arizona IRS help

  • Most Offers are calculated incorrectly. The actual amount the IRS will accept is much higher than the amount offered.
  • Complex paper work.  Forms filled out incorrectly
  • When it comes time to pay, you can’t come up with the money you thought you would have.
  • You fail to file or pay future taxes.
  • When the Offer amount is calculated correctly—95% cannot afford the Offer amount.
  • Less than 2% of the general population that owe taxes can both qualify and pay a correctly calculated Offer amount.

If its been determined that an IRS Offer in Compromise isn’t your best solution to your IRS problem let Scott Allen EA help you negotiate an installment arrangement for you just like he did for Pablo. After a careful evaluation of his financial picture Scott new Pablo’s best option would be a payment plan agreement. See a copy of that agreement below. If you are in need of Arizona IRS help give Scott Allen EA a call today.

Arizona IRS help

 

Call me today for a free initial confidential consultation to determine if you qualify for an Offer and if not what you next option should be.

Scott Allen, E.A. – Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

 

Arizona IRS help:  What makes an Offer In Compromise work or fail?

Apache Junction, Avondale, Bisbee, Buckeye, Bullhead City, Camp Verde, Casa Grande,  Catalina, Chandler, Chinle, Chino Valley, Coolidge, Cottonwood, Dewey, Douglas, Eagar, El Mirage, Eloy, Flagstaff, Florence, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Globe, Goodyear, Green Valley, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Lakeside, Marana, Mesa, Nogales, Oro Valley, Page, Paradise Valley, Payson, Peoria, Phoenix, Pinetop, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Safford, San Luis, Scottsdale, Sedona, Show Low, Sierra Vista, Somerton, Sun City, Sun City West, Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Thatcher, Tuba City, Tucson, Winslow, Yuma

Apache County, Cochise County, Coconino County, Gila County, Graham County, Greenlee County, La Paz County, Maricopa County, Mohave County, Navajo County, Pima County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County, Yavapai County, Yuma County

 

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Stop your IRS wage garnishment in Mesa AZ

IRS wage garnishments in Mesa AZ

Do you have options to stop your IRS wage garnishment if you live in Mesa Arizona?

Believe it or not, having the IRS garnish your wages (or bank account) is not the first thing on their mind to do.  They would rather see you get into compliance with all of your tax return filings and work out a settlement with them.  An IRS wage garnishment in Mesa AZ is usually after they have made several prior attempts to contact you through the mail or phone. However, often times they are trying to contact you with an outdated phone number or mailing address so you may not be aware of how close you may be to having your wages garnished by the IRS.

Don’t be a victim to a Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment.  I suggest you be proactive and you will get a much better end result.  If you have already received your IRS wage garnishment notice lets meet for an initial consultation and evaluate your options.  I do not charge for that visit.  If you have not been garnished by the IRS in Mesa AZ yet, let us “beat them to the punch” and file your unfiled tax returns and work out a settlement with them prior to a wage garnishment threat.  Call today and speak with Scott Allen EA.  His company has a solid track record since 1977 dealing locally with IRS problem. It is important to note that every case with the IRS is unique based upon a persons individual income, expenses, debts and assets. Scott will evaluate all of these categories to determine your best case scenario with the IRS.

View the letter from the IRS below on a recent client Scott Allen EA help stop their IRS wage garnishment in Mesa AZ and negotiate it into a low monthly payment plan.  Four tax years were put into a low direct debit installment arrangement of only $430/month.

IRS wage garnishment in Mesa AZ

 

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Chandler, AZ IRS Tax Attorneys: What to watch out for..Must Read!

Avoid Getting Ripped off by Chandler AZ IRS Tax Attorneys on your IRS Problem

Most taxpayers have a fear of being a victim of IRS collection procedures. This does occur on occasion but the real fear is being ripped off by Chandler AZ IRS Tax Attorneys who have the advantage of using intimidating scare tactics.  Over the last 45 years we have seen this occur thousands of times.  One example might be representative of what occurs all too often.  We had a client who received a letter in the mail regarding a “Collection Due Process Hearing.”  Those four words scared our client to call an IRS Tax attorney in Chandler Arizona who took advantage of our client by charging her $2,500 to handle the matter.  All that was involved was signing a one page form and mailing it in.  Then a few weeks later he called her to tell her of the date of the hearing and asked for more money.  She didn’t have any more money and contacted us.  When we checked into it there was no reason at all for the Chandler AZ Tax attorney to file for a collection due process hearing.  There was no reason to dispute the tax due and we promptly put our client into a non-collectible status for less than $585.  Clients often think because they have an IRS problem they have committed a crime.  This is not the case in almost 100% of the time.  So why burden yourself financially and emotionally with someone who will take advantage of your using scare tactics and making you feel that you are a criminal.  The reverse is often true–the Chandler Tax IRS attorney who is scamming you out of your hard earned money.

If she had continued working with this Chandler IRS tax attorney, and the story is the same with most IRS tax attorneys Chandler AZ, she would have ended up spending over $8,000 and possibly not have ended up not needing to pay the IRS a monthly amount.  Our company has resolved over 113,000 IRS debts.  We are a family business and it is owned and operated by the second generation, Scott Allen E.A.  Contact Scott and get a straight answer.  If he can help you, you can be assured that he will do the job right the first time at a fair fee. Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300 and can generally schedule you for an appointment within 48 hours and if you leave a message, he will promptly return the call within the hour.  We have represented tax clients all over Chandler, AZ including such zip codes as 85286 and 85224.  Remember, before calling a Chandler Arizona IRS Tax Attorney please allow Scott Allen, E.A. with Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. to meet with you for a free 1 hour consultation.

See a recent example of work completed by Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

David and his wife did not need to hire a tax attorney either. Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors was able to navigate his IRS problems for him. He corrected a couple of tax filings and entered them into a very reasonable payment plan. Review the IRS notice below. Mission completed right before Christmas!

Chandler AZ IRS Tax Attorneys

 

 

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Gilbert Arizona: IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

Gilbert Arizona IRS Help

Our office is located in Mesa, Arizona.  If you have a serious IRS Problem you owe it to yourself to have a free initial confidential consultation with Scott Allen E. A.

Consider the following:

  • Tax Debt Advisors has been providing IRS help since 1977—that is over 45 years.
  • Tax Debt Advisors is a family owned and operated second generation business.
  • Tax Debt Advisors has successfully settled over 113,000 IRS tax debts.
  • We can provide referrals of past clients you can talk to—we don’t make up testimonials with initials and cities that don’t exist.
  • Our fees are competitive and fairly priced for the work we provide.  You pay as you go along so you are confident that you are getting what you paid for from the very first day.
  • We can provide referrals to an Attorney if you need to file a bankruptcy or are dealing with criminal issues.
  • You will always meet with Scott Allen and he returns calls promptly—usually within 30 minutes during normal business hours.
  • We will contact the IRS within 45 minutes after you become a client.  We will contact you that same day after our normal business hours to give you an update.
  • We to continue being your tax preparation provider after we settle your tax debt.  Virtually all of our tax preparation clients were tax resolution clients first.
  • Our office is conveniently located with easy freeway access if you live outside of Mesa.  The average commute from Gilbert is less than 20 away.  If your IRS matter is serious, your free consultation will be well worth your time and effort.

See a recent success of Gilbert Arizona IRS help by Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

Scott Allen, EA was able to help Melissa out with her IRS problem. He filed her back taxes and settled the IRS debt quickly for her. View the IRS approval letter below.

Gilbert Arizona IRS Help

 

Call Scott Allen E. A. if you have questions about any of these issues:

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Wage Garnishment in Arizona: IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

IRS help for Wage Garnishment in Arizona

What happens when the IRS garnishes my wages?

Your employer will receive a notice from the IRS to start sending a percentage of your pay check to the IRS.  The amount that will be deducted from you check will vary depending on a number of factors including your filing status and number of dependents you are claiming.  This is the maximum amount that the IRS can take.  Your professional representative should be able to get this amount reduced by providing the IRS with information that shows a lesser ability to pay.

Most clients are shocked when their employer notifies them that their wages are now being garnished.  However, few clients are surprised by the garnishment.  In fact most have been expecting it to happen for months or even years.  Prior notices requesting payment have usually been ignored.

What do I need to do to get my wage garnishment released?

First you have to be in compliance which means that all of your tax returns for prior years must be filed and you must be having the right amount of federal withholdings being deducted from your gross pay.  I can file all of your back tax returns even if you have lost your tax records.

Second, the IRS will allow certain deductions against your net pay for reasonable living expenses—reasonable that is to the IRS.  The IRS is not going to point out all the allowable deductions you are entitled to.  The person you are talking to at the IRS is basically a bill collector.  Their job is to collect as much as possible.

Before any amount is agreed to, I will make sure that you first understand all of your settlement options.  There are pros and cons to each one but one is always better than the others.  Sometimes I will use two or more options before a final settlement with the IRS is achieved. if all of your back tax returns have already been filed.

Once I have negotiated a settlement option with the IRS, the IRS will issue a garnishment release to your employer.  This process is as much dependent on you as it is on the IRS.  Providing accurate, complete and timely information will speed up the process.  It is not uncommon to get garnishments released within 24 hours of providing the information requested by the IRS if all of your back tax returns have already been filed.

I guarantee that tax returns will be available the next day by 2 pm once I have all of the information needed to prepare your tax returns.  This will be true whether you need to file one or 10 years.  My office is not a doctor’s office where you have to wait for service—it is more like a MASH unit where you get immediate care.  I know how important an hour or a day is to having a successful resolution to your tax debt.

If you are on “good terms” with your employer, it may be possible to get your garnishment released before the IRS actually takes some of your next pay check.  This depends upon the amount of information requested by the IRS, number of back tax returns that need to be filed and a willingness of your employer to give you enough time to reach a settlement.

Recent success of stopping Wage Garnishment in Arizona for a client

Craig was behind on four years of back taxes. The IRS was garnishing his wages and he needed it stopped quickly. The IRS was taking more then he could afford leaving him very little to pay his household bills. Scott Allen EA was able to represent Craig as his power of attorney, file his missing tax returns, stop the garnishment, and negotiate his total IRS debt into one low monthly payment plan. See for yourself by viewing the acceptance letter below.

IRS Help: Wage Garnishment in Arizona

 

Call me for a free initial confidential consultation today. – Scott Allen, E.A.

Mesa, Apache Junction, Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Cave Creek, Chandler, El Mirage, Fountain Hills, Gila Bend, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Komatke, Litchfield Park, Luke AFB, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Waddell, Whitman, Wickenburg, Youngstown, Flagstaff, Tucson, Payson, Winslow, Sierra Vista, Page, Prescott, Globe, Yuma

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File Back Taxes Scottsdale and only pay $80/month

File Back Taxes Scottsdale

Peter had to file back taxes Scottsdale and negotiate them all into a payment plan. Uncertain of where to begin he met with Scott Allen EA for a phone appointment to go over the process. When the IRS files substitute for returns in your behalf you still have the ability to file correct returns for those years. That is exactly what Peter did. Scott Allen EA helped him prepare the back taxes to first get the balance due as low as possible before doing the payment plan work. As you will be able to see from the notice below they were able to help Peter get a really low monthly installment plan with the Internal Revenue Service. He only has to pay $80 per month on his back taxes. He will do so until the tax debt expires in a few years. Not a half bad settlement negotiation.

File Back Taxes Scottsdale

If you have a need to file back taxes Scottsdale speak with Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. He will explain the process of resolving your tax problem from beginning to end in a clear and simple matter. For your reference here are those three steps to resolve most tax matters. Don’t battle the IRS alone. Go with someone who has years of experience.

  1. Power of Attorney work
  2. Filing back tax returns
  3. Tax Debt Settlement

 

 

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