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Stop IRS levy in Mesa AZ today.

Find out today if you qualify to stop IRS levy in Mesa AZ.  Its always best to resolve your IRS matter before they resort to levy action either to your bank account or wages.  However, if they do all is not lost.  There are options to stop IRS levy in Mesa AZ.  Call and speak with Scott Allen EA today at 480-926-9300.

Stop IRS Levy Mesa AZ

Stop IRS Levy Mesa AZ

To briefly sum up what happened with this taxpayer.  Last week he called and talked with Scott Allen EA about 11:30am in a panic.  He had just found out 10 minutes prior that his wages were going to be garnished by the IRS.  Payroll was set to be issued by 2:00pm the same day.  All of the company’s payroll is done out of Illinois.  Scott Allen EA told the client to come on down with the payroll departments information so IF a stop of the IRS levy is possible it can be sent right over via fax.  Scott nor anyone can guarantee an immediate stop to the IRS levy in Mesa but will do any negotiating possible to get that relief.  Long story short Scott Allen EA was able to get the levy release for the client.  A copy of the release was faxed to Scott Allen EA’s office along with a copy sent to the taxpayers payroll department by 1:52pm.  Just barely in time for them to not levy his next paycheck.  In this email is a copy of that release.

Its important to remember that this is not the end of the road for the taxpayer.  This is actually just the beginning.  He has some unfiled tax returns that need to be prepared and will also need to get into a permanent agreement with the IRS to prevent future levies from happening.  As of today Scott Allen EA is working with the client closely to get those tax returns prepared as quickly as possible.  If the client does not meet the agreed terms then the IRS can place the levy back on his wages and they will most likely keep that there until he is in full compliance with the IRS which can be difficult to accomplish with the IRS taking 60% of his paycheck.  If you need stop IRS levy in Mesa AZ Scott Allen EA should be your stop.  He has the aggressive tools to work with the IRS and get you the best possible settlement allowable by law.

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August 2018 update on Stop IRS Levy in Mesa AZ for a new client:

Stop IRS Levy in Mesa AZ

The above taxpayers were facing a levy from the IRS on a very old tax debt. This debt was from a tax return that the IRS filed (not the taxpayers). This created a very large balance due with additional interest and penalties. In discussion with the clients it was determined that the best solution to stop IRS levy in Mesa AZ was to prepare a correct tax return showing the IRS the more accurate liability and negotiating an agreement on the smaller amount. Just by preparing a proper tax return it saved the clients over $8,800. The less someone owes the IRS the less aggressive they are.

Meet with Scott Allen EA if you feel the IRS is being too aggressive with your case. He will help you discover the best possible solution.

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Stop IRS levy in Scottsdale AZ without a tax attorney: It is possible!

When a taxpayer gets a notice of an IRS levy they assume the only way to stop it is with a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney. That is not the case. Below is a copy of a notice from the IRS for a clients tax return that he was getting levied on.  He came to see Scott Allen EA to get a stop to the IRS levy in Scottsdale AZ.   Scott is a licensed Enrolled Agent who specializes in stopping IRS levies.

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Robert and his wife came in getting levied on their 2007 tax return.  It had been going on a while and they didn’t know how to get it stopped.  After Scott Allen EA was able to review the situation and speak to the IRS on their behalf it was determined that the best way to stop the IRS levy in Scottsdale AZ was to correct the 2007 tax filing that needed to be protested which in result eliminated the tax owed.  By doing so and faxing the return and information into the IRS directly Scott was able to get an immediate stop to the levy.  Once the tax return was approved and posted, the money that was under the levy was able to be refunded to Robert and his wife.  Talk about a big stress relief for them!  Scott Allen EA deals with these issues on a daily basis and understands how to navigate the IRS personnel to get you the best possible result.  Don’t be under the “choke hold” of a Scottsdale AZ IRS levy any longer.  If you are considering hiring a Scottsdale IRS tax attorney may I suggest giving Scott Allen EA a call today for a honest no obligation appointment.  Remember if the person you decide to use to represent you before the IRS does not lift you up in the process but relies on fear tactics does not have your best interest in hand.  Call 480-926-9300 today and I promise Scott with make today a great day for YOU!  He will get done was needs to be done to stop IRS levy.


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July 2018 update on another case:

Check out the IRS approval notice on another case Scott Allen EA resolved for someone in Scottsdale AZ. An IRS levy was avoided for this concerned taxpayer as he got back into compliance and let Scott Allen EA negotiate an agreement for him.

Don’t need a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney for this

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2018 Mesa IRS Settlement by Tax Debt Advisors

2018 Mesa IRS Settlement finalized

You may have come across this blog because you (like Michael) need a 2018 Mesa IRS Settlement. Let Tax Debt Advisors of Mesa Arizona be your representation. They can be your IRS Power of Attorney between you and the IRS. When there is a Power of Attorney on file the IRS is required by law to make verbal and in-person contact with them rather then you. Also, when the IRS sends any mail pertaining to collection activity it will be sent you and also the Power of Attorney on file.

Michael was lost and confused on what to do to resolve his IRS matter. He made an attempt or two on is own but it was not getting anywhere. Michael wanted to set up a settlement with the IRS and also prevent the IRS from filing a federal tax lien. Tax Debt Advisors accomplished both. View the notice below.

2018 Mesa IRS Settlement

For his settlement Michael agreed to a fixed monthly payment plan to settle his IRS debt. According to the agreement the IRS will no longer bother him or ask for additional financial information at a later date as long as he sticks to the terms. The terms are simple. File and pay any and all future tax returns on time without extensions. Any new debt that would come on board will automatically default the arrangement.

Call Scott Allen EA and setup a settlement with the IRS today. Don’t wait until its too late and the IRS is garnishing your wages or bank account.

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Avoid IRS Levy GIlbert

Avoid IRS Levy Gilbert with Scott Allen EA

What is one of the best ways to avoid IRS levy Gilbert? Enter into an installment arrangement with the Internal Revenue Service. This may not be the only or even the best way, but it is certainty a viable option. Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors can help you navigate the best solution for you to resolve your serious IRS matters.

Craig used Tax Debt Advisors, Inc near Gilbert Arizona to not only prevent that dreaded IRS levy notice but also prevent an IRS lien from hitting his credit report. View the agreement below to see the acceptance letter from the IRS to resolve his tax debt through a payment plan proposal.

Avoid IRS Levy Gilbert

Avoid IRS Levy Gilbert

Its a simple three step process to get a taxpayer back on track with the IRS. First, you want to get a professional to represent you to contact them and get a complete overview of what the issues are. Second, get your account in good standing with the IRS by filing all necessary tax returns. If any need to be amended or protested it needs to be done in this step as well. Lastly, a settlement needs to be negotiated. There are a handful of different settlement options. Scott Allen EA will review all available options with you before selecting the best option that you qualify for.

Now that you have settled back taxes with the IRS it is up to you to keep that settlement in good standing by filing and paying your future tax obligations on time. If not, it could void out the agreement. By using Tax Debt Advisors they will be your advocate before, during, and after the negotiated settlement to make sure you don’t end up in this situation a second time.

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Tax Debt Advisors can Stop IRS Levy in Arizona

How to Stop IRS Levy in Arizona ?

If you need to stop IRS levy in Arizona it is important to react promptly. The IRS will move towards levy or garnishment action as a last resort if they feel there is no other option and the taxpayer isn’t being responsive. This is where hiring the right professional to be on your side will help. Tax Debt Advisors is a family company trained to specifically handle serious IRS cases that involves back taxes owed, unfiled tax returns, and negotiating settlements.

Stop the Internal Revenue Service before they put a stop to your wages. Clarence was in serious threat of an IRS levy. All of his back and current taxes were filed, he just needed to negotiate a settlement with them ASAP.  Tax Debt Advisors was able to get Clarence into a Currently Non Collectible Status to resolve his debt. The IRS stopped all collection activity, and his income and bank accounts are free of IRS levy. See the IRS approval letter below.

Stop IRS Levy in Arizona

Stop IRS Levy in Arizona

What is the ultimate goal to stop IRS levy in Arizona? Simply, you want to get your overall account with the IRS in compliance. Compliance means to things: all required tax returns are filed and you are up to date on your current tax payments. Being up to date means that you are having proper withholding’s if you are an employee or making estimated tax payments if you are self employed.

Hire Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors to get you in compliance with the IRS. He can represent you and walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. Need help preparing any tax returns? He can do that too. Don’t delay any longer and give Scott a call. Clarence did and he didn’t regret that decision.

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Arizona IRS Payment Plan for $25 a month

Is a $25 a month Arizona IRS payment plan even possible?

When someone sits down to meet with Scott Allen EA about an Arizona IRS payment plan the first thing they want to know is, what percentage with the IRS settle my debt for? This is really not the right question to ask. The IRS does not settle IRS debts in a payment plan or offer in compromise within a certain percentage range. They base a settlement on your current financial information. Typically the last 3-6 months if you are an employee and potentially the last 6-12 months if you are self employed. This is why is it extremely critical to have the right professional represent you before the Internal Revenue Service so that you can properly gather up all your financial information in the most advantageous (and legal) way possible.   Planning in advance is key!

Ken is a great example of planning in advance to maximize his results.  In the very first meeting he would have laughed at the idea of the IRS accepting a $25/month payment plan.  However, if you click on the image below you can view the accepted Arizona IRS payment plan. This isn’t to say you can qualify for the same or even a similar agreement but it does say that Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors will negotiate for you and get you the BEST POSSIBLE IRS SETTLEMENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW. Options can include, a non collectible status, payment plan, offer in compromise, tax motivated bankruptcy, innocent spouse, SFR protests, or battling your case with appeals.

$25 Arizona IRS Payment Plan

$25 Arizona IRS Payment Plan

Meet with Scott Allen EA to find out the best course of action for you. Let him represent you by signing over an IRS Power of Attorney so he can speak to the IRS in your behalf from step one to the final resolution.

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July 2017 Tax Debt Advisors Reviews

Tax Debt Advisors Reviews by Scott Allen EA

It can be difficult to compare one company to the next. Can I trust a strangers opinion? Scott Allen EA has always said to judge him by his recent performances. Real Tax Debt Advisors Reviews are documentation of real successes he has had with other clients in a similar situation. Below in this blog is a real recent approval letter from the IRS for his client Fred. Fred had all his tax returns filed with the IRS. He just did not get them paid. He came to Scott Allen EA to set up a new payment plan to settle his debt.

Tax Debt Advisors Reviews

Tax Debt Advisors Reviews

As Fred’s IRS Power of Attorney Scott Allen EA was able to put a stop to the levy on his social security income and work out a new fixed amount each month. For $271 per month the IRS will not levy or garnish his bank account or income. He is committed to filing and paying any future tax returns on time to prevent a default of this arrangement. Because there is a statute of limitation on time the IRS can go after taxes most of the taxes Fred owes will be expiring next year.  That will be 10 years from the time he filed a bunch of back tax returns.

View other Tax Debt Advisors Review by clicking here.  Or better yet, schedule a free consultation with him to discuss your tax matter.  He can file all your back tax returns even if you don’t have any records. Let him stop or prevent further levy action against you.


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10 Things to Remember When You Owe the IRS

10 Things To Remember When You Owe The IRS

The Restructuring and Reform Bill of 1998 for the IRS was a law that really put respect for the taxpayers back into the system. It forces the IRS to actually communicate with the public and grant due process rights to the taxpayers.

Below are 10 things to remember when you owe the IRS

When the IRS comes to collect, eventually you will have to face the music. If you begin to play games with a tax collector, the system has been designed to make your life horrible. Below are some important things to remember when you owe the IRS:

1. Don’t Ignore the IRS notices.

Most people will get into more trouble than bargained for just because they ignored the notices from the IRS. Some IRS notices are sent through certified mail, if you believe that you can ignore the notices by not going to pick them up, then you are wrong. Respond to the IRS each time.

2. The IRS has to explain your rights during your IRS interview.

The IRS Collection Process that was revised in 2015 states that you have the right to be represented and you have the right to be treated in a courteous and professional manner. If you don’t like how you are being treated, then you can stop that interview and ask to talk to a supervisor.

3. Before going to the IRS, spend time with a tax expert or accountant

This may be the best time that you have spent in a while. An expert will let you know how you could prepare to meet for a tax interview, how you should act, and make you aware when a revenue officer is trying to take advantage of you. Just remember the Revenue officers job is to collect money for the government. Furthermore, hiring professional bookkeeping and accounting services can help you avoid ever having problems with the IRS in the first place.

4. Never go to the IRS alone.

Collection interviews aren’t fun and you need representation. Chances are that you will have better results if you have representation.

5. The IRS isn’t Infallible.

The IRS was actually audited by the General Accounting Office and it looks like the IRS needs a bit of cleaning up. Often times, the IRS can’t track how much you actually owe, especially if you have been making regular payments. The IRS can make mistakes, so don’t take their word for everything.

6. You have due process.

The IRS can’t just take your home, bank account, business, car, or even do wage garnishes without making sure that they have given you a notice or an opportunity to challenge the IRS. When you challenge the IRS, everything stops.

You can take the IRS to court and they can’t collect until the judge makes a decision. You can tie their hands for years. The IRS isn’t going to tell you what to do or how you can protect yourself.

7. You are a possible innocent spouse.

Are you separated, widowed or divorced? Do you have tax issues that came from any former spouse? You may state yes, then you could get relief for being an innocent spouse. This could cause your whole tax bill being wrote off.  There are states that offer this as well.

8. If you don’t pay, you won’t go to jail.

No one will go to jail for owing taxes. You can go to jail for cheating on your taxes and you can go to jail for tricking a tax collector, but you can’t go to jail because you owe the IRS and your unable to pay.

9. You have options when you owe the IRS.

People who owe taxes whether to their state or the IRS, will have options. If you owe and can pay in full, then do so. However, if you can’t pay in full, 4 options may be for you:

  • Hardship suspension. This allows the IRS to temporarily leave you alone. Your account will be reviewed over time and even though the IRS leaves you alone, interest is accruing on the account is compounded daily.
  • Installment payments. The IRS will let you may monthly payments. The IRS will want the bill paid off in 3 years. You will need to fill out a financial statement and pursue a bank loan. Interest will accrue and is compounded daily.
  • It isn’t for everyone, but sometimes you could discharge your tax bill with Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Other chapters let you pay the bill off with monthly payments with no interest or little interest. Bankruptcy rules are complicated so talk to an attorney who understands tax and bankruptcy laws.
  • Offer in compromise. The IRS will accept the payment of a smaller sum for a large tax debt. Some states have similar procedures. If you do this and its accepted, all of your tax liens will be removed and you can start over. You need to talk to an attorney who specializes in tax laws.

10. Respect the tax collector power.

IRS tax collectors have more power than most in the federal government. They have very little rules. They can make life easy or miserable. Most success when dealing with a tax collector is done with communication in a prompt manner. They can do these items if you don’t pay your taxes:

  • Levy your bank account
  • Close your business
  • File a tax lien against you
  • Garnish your wages
  • Damage employment and business relationships
  • Seize and sell your home
  • Put you in a monthly payment plan that is too high
  • Assess you personally for corporate employment taxes
  • Go after third party transferees
  • Contact your friends, bankers, neighbors, and any relationship for business about tax liabilities.

Get started on your taxes with a free legal evaluation from Tax Debt Advisors

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If you happen to owe taxes to the IRS and are unsure of how to pay it, you will want to have professional assistance. A tax debt advisor may help to find a plan that works for you and your budget, while making sure that proper procedures are followed. Start today by having your situation evaluated by a local tax expert for free. If you would like a free tax evaluation, Give Scott from Tax Debt Advisors a call today at 480-926-9300.

Our service area includes Phoenix East Valley Cities including: Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe and more.

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Tempe IRS Bank Levy Release

Get your Tempe IRS Bank Levy Release

After the IRS has issued a levy on your bank account it is possible to accomplish a Tempe IRS Bank Levy Release. When the bank receive the levy notice from the IRS they will grab whatever funds are in the account at that time.  They do not send it to the IRS right away; rather they hold the funds for 21 days. If they do not received a notice to release the levy within that 21 days the bank will forward those funds to the IRS as directed. It is important to know that the bank only “zaps” the bank account once per levy notice. They cannot keep “zapping” your bank account multiple times during that 21 day period.

Tax Debt Advisors has experience in dealing with severe IRS issues that involve bank levies and garnishments. Below is a document showing a Release of Levy for a recent client that was in that 21 day window when he met with Scott Allen EA.  Upon negotiations he was able to release the levy on his Bank of America account and settle up the debt in a payment plan.

Tempe IRS Bank Levy Release

Tempe IRS Bank Levy Release

If you have IRS debt or have unfiled tax returns give Scott Allen EA a call to schedule a convenient time to meet. Let him contact the IRS before they contact your bank account.

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Release IRS Levy Mesa AZ: May 2017

Release IRS Levy Mesa AZ quickly

How does someone want to release IRS levy Mesa AZ? Quickly! When a notice of levy or garnishment is issued it is important to respond timely.  Levies and garnishments are sent when a taxpayer is not in compliance. This could include unfiled tax returns, back taxes owed, or a missed deadline. The IRS typically will not warn you beforehand. Doing so would defeat their purpose. With all this being said, you have rights and you have options.

A recent taxpayer came in and met with Scott Allen EA after a tenet from his rental property received a levy from the IRS. The tenet was required to send the rent check each month to the IRS rather then to the taxpayer. This did not make the tenet very happy nor the taxpayer for obvious reasons. The taxpayer would no longer be able to pay the mortgage payment and was at risk of losing his tenet as well. To add to all of this stress the levy was issued on the 22nd of the month and with rent due on the 1st there was only about a week’s time to fix the situation.  To sum it all up in one picture click on the image below. The levy was release within a few days. In just four days Scott Allen EA worked with the IRS agent and stopped the IRS levy from his client.

Release IRS Levy Mesa AZ

Release IRS Levy Mesa AZ

If you are out of compliance with the IRS and your taxes don’t wait until a notice of levy gets sent to your bank or employer. Meet with Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors so he can put a stop to all collection activity. He will represent you as your IRS power of attorney and defend you against the IRS collection field.

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