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Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. Releases Arizona IRS Tax Levies

Release Arizona IRS Levy with Payment Plan

The IRS in Arizona is a relentless bill collector.  One of the most aggressive actions the IRS takes is tp place an Arizona IRS levy on a taxpayer.  The two most common levy actions are against your bank accounts and wages.  These extreme actions will continue until you come into full compliance with the IRS.  This means you will have to file any unfiled past tax returns and if you owe taxes, enter into a settlement option.  The IRS will always fire a warning shot first with notices and reminder letters.  Do not ignore these.  The longer you do the harder it will be to resolve you levy quickly.  If you are slow to act the IRS will also be slow to respond until you are in full compliance.  The IRS can take 100% of the money you have in a bank account up to the amount of taxes owed and up to 80% of you paycheck until all of your tax liability is paid.

Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has the experience to resolve any IRS levy.  Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has helped thousands of Arizona employees with IRS levy problems at hundreds of companies including the following to name just a few in the car business:

  • Brown and Brown Chevrolet
  • Chapman Chevrolet
  • Earnhardt’s Gilbert Dodge
  • Earnhardt’s Ford Sales Co.
  • Thorobred Chevrolet
  • Big Two Toyota Scion of Chandler

Call Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. at 480-926-9300 for a free initial evaluation and ask for Scott Allen E.A.

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Example of a Release of an Arizona IRS Levy by a Payment Plan

Receiving an intent to levy notice from the IRS will certainly wake you up. That is what happened with Juanita. As you can see she owes the IRS for ELEVEN years of back taxes owed. She didnt think it would be possible to stop IRS levy action and negotiate a low monthly payment plan. However, that is exactly what Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors did for her. If you view the notice below you will see the approved agreement with the IRS. Eleven years of back taxes owed was settled into one low monthly payment plan of $342/month. WOW!  Every case is different and unique but now is the time to set up a meeting with Scott Allen EA and see how he can help you with your IRS problem. Don’t delay that call any longer.

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Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney to get an IRS tax lien released or removed?

Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney

No, getting an IRS lien released is not a legal matter. If the IRS has filed a lien, it is important to know how long the Gilbert AZ tax lien has been filed.  After the statute of limitations period of 10 years, IRS tax liens are automatically released.  However, the IRS does not report this information to credit bureaus unless the taxes have been paid.  Scott Allen E.A of Gilbert and Mesa can advised you how to get the credit bureaus aware that your lien is no longer in place.

If you have just had a lien filed and feel that it should not have been filed in the first place and did not take advantage of a Collections Due Process Hearing, contact Scott Allen E.A. and set up a free consultation to determine if you have a valid reason for the IRS to release the tax lien.

If the lien is not released, there are situations where the IRS will subordinate their lien to allow you to get a loan on your Gilbert AZ home.  There are certain criteria that have to be met but if you qualify Scott Allen E.A. can get a subordination of your IRS tax lien.  Instead of working with a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney contact Scott Allen E.A if you have a tax lien to determine what your options are.  Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300.

Charles came in to meet with Scott Allen EA to discuss his tax problem. He had some old IRS debt still hanging out there but also needed to file back tax returns for six years. Rather then hiring a Gilbert AZ IRS tax attorney he hired Scott (an Enrolled Agent) to represent him before the IRS. Scott Allen EA was able to stop garnishment action, prepare all six years of his back tax returns and prevent the IRS from slapping a tax lien on him. All of his IRS debt was negotiated into a low $590/month payment plan. With all this being handled for him he is now applying to by a home for himself. This is just one of the thousands of happy clients that have used Scott for IRS tax relief in Gilbert AZ.

Check out the IRS settlement letter for Charles below:

Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney

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Tax Debt Advisors Inc provides IRS garnishment Relief Mesa

IRS Garnishment Relief Mesa

The IRS has the legal right to garnish your paycheck if you are not in compliance with IRS rules.  If you need IRS garnishment relief Mesa then please contact Scott Allen EA right away. If you are delinquent on filing your back tax returns or are not protected by a settlement option on your IRS tax debt, you are at risk of having most of your paycheck sent to the IRS by your employer.  Although seizure of vehicles or your home is rare, the IRS does have the power to take those assets if you ignore their demands.

Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors in Mesa AZ has helped hundreds of employees get a release of their garnished wages. Employees of Bank of America, Intel and JPMorgan Chase have used our services.  Don’t wait until the IRS decides to levy your Mesa Arizona bank accounts as well.  Tax Debt Advisors offers a free initial consultation and can be reached at 480-926-9300.  Remember that there are several options available to get IRS garnishment relief Mesa.  Don’t wait until your options are limited by IRS action.

See below how Scott Allen EA was able to provide IRS garnishment relief Mesa for his client Shaun. Shaun had his payment default and on the verge of a levy or garnishment because he did not pay his 2021 taxes on time per the agreement. Scott was able to step in and renegotiate his agreement with the IRS and include the 2021 tax debt into that plan. This stopped all collection activity from the IRS.

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Offer in Compromise in Arizona: IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

IRS Offer in Compromise in Arizona —The sad truth.

The sad truth about Offers is that fraudulent tax representatives have benefited more from this program than the IRS.  If you have any question as to who I am referring to, here is the list—any company on TV, any company who has a centralized office in another state and operate with satellite offices filled with sales people, and any company that uses the phrase, “settle for pennies on the dollar.”

This is what we have learned over the last 45 years of tax representation.

  • Only 2-3% of the individuals we have met qualified for an Offer in Compromise that could pay the amount of a legitimate Offer.  If you insist on pursuing your Offer at least get a second opinion.
  • Of the 1000’s of rejected Offers we have reviewed that were prepared by fraudulent representatives over the last 45 years, less than 100 were legitimate and worthy of taking to the Office of Appeals.
  • Within 10 minutes I can tell you if your IRS offer in compromise in Arizona amount is reasonable.  But to do so, let me know two facts.  One, what amount do you qualify for as an installment arrangement and two, how much equity do you have in any assets such as a home, vehicles, retirement plans or cash in the bank.  Your Offer amount must be 12 times your monthly payment plan plus any equity you have in any assets.  If you still need a more professional opinion—Call me for a free initial confidential consultation.
  • If you qualify for an IRS offer in compromise in Arizona, we can file it and get it accepted as long as you provide us with accurate and complete information.

Finally, why do an Offer if it isn’t going to work?  I will calculate the amount of your Offer and provide you with all of your other settlement options.  Don’t be defrauded because you hear something you want to believe.  Get the truth from someone that will give you all of your options that will work.

Offer in Compromise in Arizona:  IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

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Call Tax Debt Advisors if you receive a Federal Tax Levy

Mesa AZ Federal Tax Levy Help

A Mesa AZ federal tax levy can take your wages, state refunds and your bank accounts.  The levy will end when the IRS issues a levy release, or you have paid your IRS tax liability, or the statute of limitations expires for legally collecting the IRS tax liability.

If the IRS issues a Mesa Arizona levy against your bank accounts, the bank puts your funds on hold up to the amount you owe the IRS for a period of 21 days.  This allows you time to work out any issues before the bank is required to send the funds to the IRS.  If you incur bank charges as a result of a mistake made by the IRS, you are entitled to have the IRS reimburse you.

If you are under the burden of a federal tax levy in Mesa AZ, seek out professional help immediately. Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors has the expertise to minimize the damage a Mesa AZ federal levy can wreck on your personal finances.  If you would like a free initial consultation, call 480-926-9300 to schedule an appointment.
Arnold got his Mesa AZ federal tax levy stopped with a currently non collectible status negotiation by Scott Allen EA. All six years that he owed the IRS for was put into this status. For the time being he does not have to make any payments on his back taxes owed. What a great relief this was for Arnold.

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What is the Difference between an IRS Tax Levy and an IRS Tax Lien?

IRS Tax Levy & IRS Tax Lien in Phoenix

IRS TAX LEVY IN PHOENIX—The intent of a levy is to take money from your bank accounts, accounts receivables, wages and retirement accounts.  Exemptions from levy include unemployment benefits, worker’s compensation, most house hold items and tools used in your trade.

Before the IRS can levy on your property, you will be sent a letter stating FINAL NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEVY.  You are given 30 days to file an appeal.  The IRS cannot take any levy action until your appeal hearing is completed.  You can also stop levy action by entering into a bankruptcy, file an offer in compromise, enter into an installment arrangement or qualify for non collectible status.  In rare instances the IRS can seize your home but must first get court approval.

IRS TAX LIEN IN PHOENIX—A lien secures the IRS claim against your property.  The lien will automatically attach to any property you own and property you later purchase.  When a lien is filed the IRS has the same rights as your mortgage company, but they are in a second position after the mortgage has been satisfied.  If you sell your house, after the mortgage has been paid, the IRS has claim on any remaining equity up to the amount of tax, interest and penalties owed.

The filing of an IRS lien is public information and is done at the county recorder’s office.  An IRS tax lien must be filed in the county you own real estate for it to have any affect on your property.  A tax lien does not identify the property it encumbers.  You have 30 days to dispute the filing of a tax lien.  This is called a collection due process appeal.  In most cases, a tax lien will expire ten years after the taxes were assessed.  There are certain actions that taxpayers can take that will extend the statute of limitations, such as filing a bankruptcy or offer in compromise.  Care should be taken to evaluate the negative impact of extending a statute of limitation against the benefits of the action being considered.

Scott Allen E. A. & Tax Debt Advisors, Inc  Helping taxpayer’s with IRS tax lien and IRS tax levy in Phoenix Arizona.

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IRS Tax Lien in Arizona: IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

Everything you always wanted to know about an IRS tax lien in Arizona

What is an IRS Tax Lien? 

A tax lien filed by the IRS is public notice to creditors that you owe IRS taxes.  This will cause your credit report to decline significantly.  A lien is also a claim against all real and personal property that you own that you have title to—mainly you home and vehicles.  A lien prevents you from selling an asset like your home and receiving any proceeds from the sale of your home until the amount owed on the lien is satisfied. 

Why is a Tax Lien filed? 

A tax lien is filed only after the IRS has made a bona fide attempt to collect the taxes owed.  Several notices have to be sent warning you about the IRS ability to file a lien against you.  These would include a CP-501, CP-503 and a CP-504.  Each letter gets more threatening and the final notice also warns that the IRS may levy your bank accounts and/or garnish your wages.   

Negative Impact of an IRS Tax Lien?

You will be denied credit when applying for a loan on major purchases such as a vehicle or a home.  Increasingly employers will check your credit before making an offer of employment.  A tax lien will definitely limit your chances of being hired.  An IRS tax lien in Arizona will prevent you from getting a licensed for many professions such as being a financial planner.  Even if you clear up an IRS tax lien, it was continue to be on your credit report long after you have resolved the problem.   

How are IRS Tax Liens Released? 

Your tax lien will be removed when the tax, including interest and penalties has been paid in full. 

If you have an Offer in compromise accepted and pay the agreed amount, your tax lien will be released. 

Once a lien has been filed, you have the right to file an appeal to have a hearing.  If you are successful the lien will be removed but the lien will still appear on your credit report.   

There is a 10 year Statute of Limitations on IRS tax liens.  Tax liens are self releasing and the release date is on the original notice of IRS tax lien you received. 

Will filing a Bankruptcy release an IRS Tax Lien? 

No.  An IRS tax lien in Arizona will survive bankruptcy and continue to be attached to your property until the statute of limitations is satisfied. 

Why Call Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.? 

IRS tax lien representation will be handled exclusively by Scott Allen E. A.  I know how seriously tax liens can wreck havoc on your daily life.  The key is to call me before a tax lien is filed.  I will work exclusively with you until your tax matter is resolved.

If a tax lien has already been filed, I will help you to get your tax liability settled so that you can get your IRS lien released and your credit can be restored.  There are several actions that I will advise you to do with the three major credit bureaus—Experian, TransUnion and Equifax.  Even though the tax lien will still be on your credit report, proper action will allow your credit scores to return back to where they were before the IRS filed a tax lien.

IRS Tax Lien in Arizona:  IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

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If you need an IRS tax lien released in Arizona give Tax Debt Advisors, Inc a call at 480-926-9300.  View a recent IRS tax lien release for a current tax client below.

IRS Tax Lien in Arizona

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IRS Tax Attorney in Arizona: When should I NOT use an attorney?

IRS Tax Attorney in Arizona: When should I NOT use an attorney?

Tax Attorney Phoenix | Mesa, Tempe, Chandler Scottsdale

If you are searching for “tax attorney“, “tax lawyer“, “IRS tax lawyer“, “IRS attorney“, “tax attorneys“, “IRS tax attorney“, “tax attorney near me” or “best tax attorney” in PhoenixMesaChandlerGilbert, Tempe or Scottsdale, Arizona, Scott Allen E. A. from Tax Debt Advisors can help!

Even the best tax lawyers & attorneys can’t compare to what Scott Allen E. A. can offer to help settle your problems with the IRS. First of all, lets take a look at what a tax attorney does.

What Is A Tax Attorney?

A tax attorney is a layer who specializes in tax law. They can help solve legal, technical and complex problems with the IRS.

What Does A Tax Attorney Do?

A tax attorney solves legal, technical and complex problems with the IRS. Tax attorneys can also help with:

  • Filing appeals of tax court decisions
  • Communication with the IRS
  • Help businesses save money
  • Help people take advantage of tax credits

However, these are all things a tax debt advisor could do for less money! Read more about why you need a tax debt advisor instead of hiring a tax attorney.

Can A Tax Attorney Really Help?

Yes, a tax attorney can really help if you want to pay more money for the same services a tax debt advisor can do for cheaper.

Why You Should I Tax Debt Advisor Vs. Hiring a Tax Attorney?

Tax Debt Advisors have great experience in settling debts with the IRS. Choosing a tax debt advisor instead of a tax attorney offers many benefits including:

  • More affordable services
  • Tax attorney typically charge 100-400% more for the same services a tax debt advisor could do
  • Tax debt advisors don’t use fear tactics to make you think the situation is worse than it is
  • Settle debt faster with simple tax debt solutions

We are not a tax attorney firm, rather, a tax debt specialist with expert knowledge in tax law that can help you solve complicated IRS problems & tax debt issues that would normally require a tax lawyer.  Contact Scott Allen with Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. 480-926-9300 to help you get right with the IRS today! Don’t hire a tax attorney! Instead, why not hire an affordable Tax Debt Advisor who has been helping customers dealing with tax issues since 1977, and has helped solve over 113,000 tax debts.

Why Hire A Tax Attorney In Arizona?

Believe it or not, you actually don’t have to hire a tax attorney in Arizona when dealing with the IRS. Instead why not hire a Tax Debt Advisor who can do the same thing as a tax lawyer and who has been helping customers dealing with tax issues since 1977. His father and Scott Allen E.A. from Tax Debt Advisors has helped over 113,000 people settle their problems with the IRS and can help guide you through any tax situation you may be dealing with, including:

Why You Don’t Need A Tax Attorney

Here are the reasons of why you don’t need a tax attorney:

  • If you are making a decision full of fear and think you need a tax attorney for other than criminal or fraudulently filed returns, you will be seriously disappointed.  Attorneys are able to generate income by perpetuating fear.  Most of our clients who started with an attorney and switched to us mentioned always being intimidated with fear that something bad would happen if… and that if always is followed by another big retainer fee.
  • IRS resolution work is not rocket science.  It is common sense work that improves over time because of relationships established with the IRS and understanding their idiosyncrasies.  Attorneys will often scare clients into thinking that their legal training is necessary for a successful resolution.
  • Many clients think that they will get what they pay for and base the quality of the work on the amount they pay.  In most cases, an attorney will charge anywhere from 25% to over 400% more for the same exact service.  If you go for a consultation with an attorney consider getting a second opinion by calling me for a free initial consultation.  I love these appointments.

When To Hire A Tax Attorney?

A Tax debt advisor can help with almost everything a tax attorney can except criminal charges. If the IRS is pursuing criminal charges against you, you will need to hire a tax attorney.  Tax fraud and tax evasion are 2 of the most common reasons for an IRS investigation. IRS investigations are serious: 80% of defendants that go through a criminal investigation are sentenced to prison. This is one situation where a tax debt advisor cannot help you, you will have to hire a tax attorney.

Why You Should Hire An Enrolled Agent Vs. Hiring A Tax Attorney

View our recent blog postWhen is an IRS tax attorney in Phoenix necessary and when isn’t it?

1. Your tax problems might not be that bad – It doesn’t take a tax lawyer or rocket scientist to work with the IRS. Furthermore, legal training isn’t a necessity to handle most tax issues. Also, tax attorney’s will try to scare you into thinking that legal representation is necessary. That is not true! Let Tax Debt Advisors help solve your tax problems without instilling fear or requesting huge retainer fees for our services.

2. Get a 2nd Opinion – Some tax customers think that paying a higher fee will give them a higher quality services. That is false! Tax attorney commonly charge 400% more for the same services a tax debt expert can handle. There is literally no difference in the process besides you paying more money. We are not saying it is a bad idea to talk to a tax attorney but you should get a second opinion as well. At Tax Debt Advisors we offer free tax consultations.

3. Don’t Make A Decision Based On Fear – Do you think you need a tax attorney because you filed fraudulent tax returns, you might be disappointed. Tax lawyers generate income based off of fear. Most of our tax clients started with a tax attorney, only to find out that they try to intimidate you into thinking you have a bigger tax problem than you do. And, that’s almost always followed by a big retainer fee.

Feel Confident With Experienced Tax Representation

When I have looked back over the years, the one common factor in bad decision making on my part, is when I was overly influence due to fear.  I love the quote from one of the Star Wars movies that explains how Anakin became the evil Darth Vader—the quote, “It was fear that pushed me to the dark side.”  If you have already had a consultation with an attorney ask yourself one question, “Did he reduce my level of fear or just use it to get what he or she wanted?”  A good representative will always leave you feeling better, not fearful.  A great representative will focus on the 99% that can go right and the wrong ones will focus on the 1% that almost never happens.  When you are trying to decide if you need representation from an attorney consider taking the time to get a second opinion from me.  I know you will be glad you did!

Schedule A Free Tax Consultation In Arizona

Schedule your free tax consultation with Tax Debt Advisors today by giving us a call today at 480-926-9300

5 Star Review: “Scott is professional and real. He looks out for me and is so thorough. He waived an IRS penalty for me that a different accountant said couldn’t be waived. And it was so simple. He is so kind and really works with you. I now have multiple family members who use him and each of us all love him!” Rebecca O.

5 Star Review: “Scott did an outstanding job helping my parents on their back due taxes. When I met him he was very professional and knowledgeable about how to approach the problem. Our issue took 9 months to resolve because of problems with how our taxes were filed (not his fault), but he stayed engaged and helpful the whole time even though we were very small clients for him. My parents don’t have to pay anything back to the IRS. It just amazing, it was a burden and now it’s such a relieve, such peace of mind. My dad comments that now he can sleep better without thinking about it. Thank you Scott!” Pilar L.

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Do I Need a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney When I Receive a Notice of Federal Tax Lien?

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

No, this is not a legal matter.  If you received an IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien you have 30 days from the date of the notice to file IRS Form 12153 to request a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing.

The CDP hearing is your chance to explain to an Appeals Officer why a tax lien should not have been filed.  Scott Allen E.A. has expertise in meeting with an Appeals Officer regarding tax liens.  Scott will first meet with you for a free consultation to determine if you should or need to request a CDP hearing.  Scott Allen E.A. can be reached at 480-926-9300.

Before making a decision on what to do with a Notice of Federal Tax Lien consider calling Scott Allen at Tax Debt Advisors over a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney.

Below you will see a recent example of a successful negotiation by Scott Allen EA to resolve an IRS tax lien. Craig had a handful of tax years he owed back taxes on and needed to get all of them revised into one simple payment plan. Rather then hiring an expensive Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney he met with an Enrolled Agent who timely handled the matter so that the IRS tax lien didn’t turn into an IRS tax levy.

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

 

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Call Scott Allen E.A. if you need Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Debt Help

Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Debt Help

Let’s cut to the chase.  If you need help because you have a problem, of any sort, with the Phoenix AZ IRS you need to have a face to face meeting if at all possible with Scott Allen E.A.  A person can write all the fancy words in the right order to make it sound like they are the one.   Frankly, you need to meet with someone local who has the expertise you require.  Having the right IRS resolution professional will make your situation better and the wrong one will make it worse.  Scott Allen E.A. offers a free consultation for Phoenix taxpayers and can be reached at 480-926-9300.  If you are married, try to have both spouses present at the initial appointment and bring in any recent correspondence the IRS has sent you.  I am confident that your appointment will be a great day for you and give you the assurance that you are on the right path, with the right person, to resolve your IRS tax debt. Don’t fight your Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Debt Help alone any longer.

See a recent success Scott Allen E.A. had representing a client with many years of back taxes owed. He settled all eight years of back taxes owed into one low monthly payment plan of $161 per month. Click on the notice below if you don’t believe that.

Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Debt Help

 

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