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The IRS in Arizona Garnished My Wages, Now What?

Arizona IRS Garnishment

If you have not been in contact with the IRS about your IRS tax liability, eventually the IRS will garnish your Arizona wages.  Once this has happened, you need professional help to know your options as well as your rights. You need to work out a settlement with the IRS before the garnishment is removed.  If you have unfiled returns, that is the first place to start.  Next you need to know how much you owe.  And finally, you need to have a settlement agreed to before your wage garnishment is lifted.  Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. of Arizona has the expertise to quickly take you through all the steps necessary to stop the garnishment.  Call Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  They have been releasing IRS wage garnishments since 1977.


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Successful IRS Offer in Compromise requires professional assistance from Tax Debt Advisors

Gilbert AZ Offer in Compromise

A Gilbert AZ Offer in Compromise is a challenging process.  Most successful Offers require professional assistance.  Not because the forms are that difficult but due to the time and attention it takes to keep your Offer flowing through the IRS system.  Most rejected Offers are lost in the process or when transferred to the next person assigned to your case.  The other problem is that so many Offers are rejected due to errors or incomplete information that it is easier for the IRS to find something wrong with your Offer and reject it than to process the paper work.  When the IRS does contact the taxpayer for information, the deadlines are very tight to respond.  Any deadline missed will result in a rejected Offer.

Tax Debt Advisors near Gilbert Arizona has the experience and expertise to monitor your Gilbert AZ Offer in Compromise from start to finish.  If you would like a free Gilbert AZ initial consultation regarding an Offer in Compromise, call 480-926-9300 today.


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Scott Allen E.A. helps Taxpayers Delinquent with the IRS in Gilbert AZ

Scott Allen EA helping Gilbert AZ Taxpayers

This analogy is painful but appropriate—an IRS debt is like cancer; it only gets worse with time.  I know a lot of people who delay getting tested for certain types of cancers, like colon cancer that cannot bring themselves to get a colonoscopy.  Then I visit a client who has gotten colon cancer which could have been prevented.  Quoting one client, who died of colon cancer, said “Tell everyone you meet who is over 50 to get a colonoscopy.  I didn’t and wished I had.  I could have had my problem taken care of easily but I waited too long.  Now I am terminally ill.”

You are never terminally ill with the IRS, but you will feel like you are by waiting.  I can’t emphasize enough the importance of scheduling an appointment with Scott Allen E.A. if you live in Gilbert AZ when you are delinquent in the filing or payment of your taxes.  Scott can do a “tax colonoscopy” and save you from unnecessary pain and expense.  Scott offers a free consultation and can be reached at 480-926-9300.  Call Scott today and he will make your appointment a great day for you!

Arizona’s Premier IRS Tax Problem Service Advisor

Serving: Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, & Peoria Arizona


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When do you need Scott Allen E.A. for Arizona IRS Help?

There are many ways the IRS can rob you of your peace of mind.  If your credit score has declined because the IRS has filed a tax lien—you need Scott Allen E. A.

If you having difficulty sleeping, developed health issues or marital problems over your Arizona IRS tax debt—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If your business is threatened by Arizona IRS levies on your bank accounts or about to seize your business assets—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If your personal bank account in Arizona has been levied, or your wages garnished by the IRS—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you owe the IRS more than you can pay and are considering getting married—you need Scott Allen E.A. before you get married.

If you have not filed IRS tax returns for several years—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you have a settlement with the IRS and cannot comply with it because you finances have worsen—you need Scott Allen E.A.

If you need the peace of mind that comes knowing you have just received the best IRS settlement allowed by law—you need Scott Allen E.A.

Scott Allen E.A. is ready to meet with you at no charge for your initial consultation.  Call Scott Allen E.A. today at 480-926-9300.  Scott will make today a great day for you!



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The IRS has taken my money: Call Tax Debt Advisors today

Do I Need a Tempe Arizona IRS Attorney to Release a Wage (payroll) or Bank Levy?

The release of a wage or bank levy is not a legal matter and does not require the need of an IRS Tax Attorney in Tempe AZ.  The release of a wage or bank levy will require filing financial information about income and expenses to determine if a payment plan or a non-collectible status is appropriate.  Experience needed to obtain a wage or bank levy is best filled by someone who has done this procedure with the IRS many times.  Scott Allen E.A. has done many wage and bank levies resulting in no payment (non-collectible status) and installment arrangements at the lowest amount allowed by law.

Save yourself a bundle of money and call Scott Allen E.A. for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  He will be able to tell you what amount he can negotiate with the IRS before he calls to negotiate your IRS installment arrangement or IRS non-collectible status.

Often times, the IRS will grant a partial or a temporary levy release with quick action and response to a resolution on your account with them.  Call and talk with Scott today to see if you qualify.  You will quickly notice the difference in his services verses calling an IRS Tax Attorney Tempe AZ for help.

Thank you. www.stopIRSaction.com


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IRS help for the Arizona Medical Professionals

IRS Help in Arizona

There is only on germ or virus is more contagious than any other known by the medical professional—that is virus of bad IRS advice pass amount your own peers.  If you want accurate information that you can rely on get it from a professional in another field that specializes in that subject.

Most of our medical professionals get into trouble with the IRS due to bad advice, especially in the areas of investments, structure of their practices, and what they can take as business and personal deductions.

We can help medical professionals in the following specialties:

Doctors, Dentists, Chiropractors, Nursing Home Providers, Hospital Administrators, Hospital employees, Surgeons, Podiatrists, Endodontists, Pediatricians, Maxillofacial Surgeons, Plastic surgeons, Periodontists, Psychiatrists, Psychiatrists, Anesthesiologists, Urologists, Prosthodontists, Urologists, Anesthesiologists, Allergists, Dermatologists, Immunologists, Emergency Room Physicians, Oncologists, Family Practice Physicians, Obstetricians, Neurologists, Gynecologists, Orthodontists, Internists, Oral Surgeons, Hematologists, Cardiologists, Radiologists, Pathologists, Psychologists, Therapists, Nursing, Gastroenterologists, Pharmacists, Endocrinologists, Nephrologists, and Pulmonologists.   

Why is the IRS making the medical professional a target for IRS audits?  The first is the number of audits that result in additional revenues.  The second and most important reason is the medical professionals have the assets and income to pay back the amount of additional taxes, interest and penalties owed to the IRS.  Professions where there is little possibility of collecting additional revenues are being de-emphasized.

If you receive a notice of being audited by the IRS—take it very seriously, get professional help.  If one year has significant changes that produce additional revenue to the IRS, it is highly probably that the audit will be expanded to other years and others in your medical group.  The IRS knows that bad practices regarding IRS matters are very contagious in the medical community.  Call me today for a free initial confidential consultation.

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

IRS help for the Arizona Medical Professionals

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, AZ

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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IRS tax audit strategies in Arizona. IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

 Arizona IRS Tax Audit Strategies

  • Avoid having the audit at your home.  We suggest to our clients to have the audit conducted at our office.
  • After consulting with a professional make the decision to extend the audit or not.  If an extension is requested before the dead line and you have reasonable cause, it is not a mark against you.  However, to miss an appointment that you previously extended will be a large a “red flag” as you can find.
  • Be cordial during the audit but not overly friendly.  Leave the talking to your advisor unless specifically questioned directly by the auditor.  When you answer the question do it in the fewest words that conveys the correct answer.  Look the auditor in the eyes and if you need some time before answering the question—take the time.  If you know you don’t know the answer, tell the auditor you don’t know, write down the question and ask the auditor when you can get back with the answer.
  • Allow for disagreements.  You will eventually get what you expect if you never get mad or angry.  An angry taxpayer is usually wrong.  If you cannot handle your emotions, let your representative do the talking.  Auditors know that they are creating a stressful situation and their training teaches them how to benefit from that stress taxpayers feel.
  • If you are a sole proprietor filing a schedule C on your return we recommend that you put your business in an LLC and then get IRS approval to have your LLC taxed as a Subchapter S Corporation.  I can discuss with you the tax benefits as well as the audit benefits during a consultation at my office.

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

IRS tax audit strategies in Arizona.  IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

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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ARIZONA TAX PROBLEMS – Wage Garnishment Defenses?

Arizona Tax Problems in Mesa

The best ways to stop a wage garnishment depends on the situation.  Here are some suggestions.

If you agree with the balance owed and have the ability to pay it off or make monthly installment payments, the wage garnishment will end.

If the wage garnishment is because of a reason due to identity theft and you are being taxed for income that you didn’t earned (someone illegally used your social security number for income reporting purposes) it is best to go directly to the taxpayer advocate office and explain the situation.

If the wage garnishment will put you out on the street and create an undue hardship, file a form 911, taxpayer assistance order, to get the amount of the garnishment reduced so that your basic necessities to sustain life can continue.

If you disagree with the taxes owed or the reasons why a wage garnishment was taken, you should file for a collection due process hearing and take you case to the Appeals office.

If you have a job that is not that important to your career or support and can get another similar job, quit and take another job.  It will take several months or longer for the IRS to track you down.  However, I recommend you only do that to give you time to deal responsibly with IRS problem.  Procrastination is only make matters worse.  Facing your Arizona tax problem in Mesa and getting on with your life only make sense.

Scott Allen E. A.

Tax Debt Advisors, Inc



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Collection Statute Expiration Date – CSED

If the IRS does not collect the taxes within ten years form the date of assessment, then the tax is abated and liens are released against the taxpayer’s property.  If you have several years that you owe on, it is advisable to designate your payments when possible to the most current years rather than to older years that may be close to expiring.  The IRS, without designation from the taxpayer will always apply payments to the oldest debt.  In most cases the IRS will apply voluntary payments to the oldest tax debt regardless of any designation made by the taxpayer.

There are some actions by the taxpayer that can extend the CSED.  The most common are a pending bankruptcy, a judgment or litigation in tax court, a collection due process appeal, a pending offer in compromise or when the taxpayer voluntarily signs a waiver extending the collection statute.

If you think your tax debts have expired we can confirm this verbally and in writing from the IRS.  This inquiry if done correctly does not need to wake up a “sleeping giant.”   Most taxpayer are under the false assumption that once you owe the IRS the debt will stay there until fully paid.  State laws differ from the IRS.  Some states have no expiration dates on tax debts.  If you are uncertain as to your tax debt status, especially those that might have expired, we can help you get a confirmation and clear up tax liens that will likely still be marks against your credit.

Scott Allen E. A.

Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.


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