Stop threatening letters and get a Phoenix AZ IRS payment plan.
May I suggest you consider doing what Michael and his wife did which is work with Scott Allen EA as your IRS power of attorney. He will get you a Phoenix AZ IRS payment plan negotiated. However, if there is a better option out there for you he will advise you on all available settlement options. Based upon the financial information of Michael and his wife, Scott Allen EA was able to get the lowest IRS payment plan allowable by law. Click on the image below to view an actual IRS approval letter. Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors prides himself on getting results and doing what he is paid to do. He will not bring on your case unless he knows you can benefits from his services.
Yes, the IRS does work out reasonable payment plans. The IRS will let you have regular normal expenditures. They are not in the business of kicking you out of your home. They want to establish a reasonable payment plan which will still allow you to live a “regular” life. On the flip side, if you are a single individual and have a $3,000 house payment they would (in most cases) consider that extravagant and ask you to sell your home within a reasonable period of time and lower your housing costs. This rule allows all taxpayers with an IRS debt to be on a more equal playing field. Scott Allen EA will be able to go through all the “do’s and don’ts” with you expenditures. It is Scott Allen EA’s recommendation to use a licensed tax professional to represent you before the IRS especially if you have not been successful in the past or if you owe the IRS over $25,000. Don’t delay. There is no better time to deal with the IRS then the present. Schedule and appointment today at 480-926-9300. Have Phoenix AZ back tax returns that needs to be filed? Let Scott Allen EA be your new “tax guy”.
Below is just another IRS settlement case resolved by Scott Allen EA. He helped Mark negotiate his Phoenix AZ IRS payment plan. All four tax years were rolled into a nice $175 per month payment plan. Click on it for a larger view.