No, this is not a legal matter and does not require the attention of a Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney. You have 30 days to enter into a settlement or file IRS Form 12153 to request a Collection Due Process hearing. In most cases you will want to determine your best way to settle your tax debt and then if it is not resolvable in a reasonable manner, then file IRS Form 12153.
Scott Allen E.A. has prevented hundreds of “Final Notices” from going to the point of levying taxpayer’s property, including pay checks and bank accounts. Scott knows all the settlement options that will apply to your particular tax matter. Scott Allen E. A. is available for a free consultation at 480-926-9300. Call today to prevent the IRS from taking actions that are more difficult to correct later. Make sure the IRS representative you choose reviews all options available before making a decision. Scott Allen E.A. vs. Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney: What decision will be best for you?
Scott Allen E.A. was able to help a client out facing these challenges. Mauri was recovering from a recent divorce, raising his kids, and working on rebuilding his real estate career. He owed the IRS over $100,000 for several years of back taxes as you can see from the notice below. He too thought he needed to hire a Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney to block the IRS from levy and garnishment actions. However, he learned quickly that wasn’t the case. Scott who is an Enrolled Agent was able to block collection action by the IRS and negotiate the best possible settlement allowable by law. Mauri qualified to put all his back tax debt into a currently non collectible status. Months later he is still paying ZERO on his back tax debt.
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