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Scott Allen E.A. if you need to File Back Tax Returns in Chandler AZ

If you have not filed all of your delinquent tax returns, the IRS will not allow you to enter into a settlement for IRS relief.  This leaves you vulnerable to IRS wage garnishments and bank account levies.  If you owe on your back tax returns in Chandler AZ, they are accruing additional interest and penalties.  Probably the worst penalty that the IRS enforces on back tax returns is refunds older than three years will not be paid to you nor applied to balances due on other years.  Eventually the IRS will assess you with substitute for returns which are prepared in the most negative way possible.  When this happens you will need to file a protest with your correct return.  This can take several months to be accepted by the IRS and leave you vulnerable to paying on a larger liability with a potentially higher monthly installment arrangement.  If you cannot pay the taxes due, you extend the statute of limitation, which is 10 years, until your taxes are assessed.

May I suggest that you contact Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 to file your back tax returns in Chandler AZ and assist you in selecting and negotiating the best settlement allowed by law?  Your initial appointment is free and Scott will make that day a great day for you!

View the notice below to see how Scott Allen E.A. helped Kurt file back tax returns in Chandler AZ so he can negotiate a reasonable settlement on his IRS debt. Over $18,000 in tax, interest and penalties was reduced.

File Back Tax Returns in Chandler AZ

 

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

 

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Call Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. if you get a Mesa AZ IRS Wage Garnishment

If you know that a Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment is about to be sent to your employer, immediately get professional assistance.  Wage garnishment is the number one reason clients contact Tax Debt Advisors, Inc of Mesa AZ.  Don’t expect your employer to delay sending as much as 80% of your check to the IRS.  Can you imagine going from $2,000 down to a $400 paycheck?

Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has the expertise to negotiate a release of your Mesa AZ tax wage garnishment.  Tax Debt Advisors has been representing clients since 1977 and has released garnishments by the IRS for employees at many companies including Scottsdale Healthcare, Freeport McMoran, Avnet and Safeway Inc.  Call for a free initial consultation at 480-926-9300.  Scott Allen E.A. will not take your case unless it is in your best interest.

Behind on your tax return filings?  Have Tax Debt Advisors, Inc aggressively file your back tax returns today!  You want to be sure to use a local Arizona company who specializes in filing back taxes or you will be disappointed with the results.

Don’t just take our word for it. View a recent success Scott Allen E.A. had in preventing a Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment and negotiating an aggressive payment plan. Six years of back taxes including one as far back as 2003 was all wrapped into one simple $400/month payment plan.

Mesa AZ IRS Wage Garnishment

 

Thank you for taking the time to read this blog about back taxes help in Mesa AZ.

 

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Do I need an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney for IRS Tax Relief Programs?

No, IRS tax relief programs are not a legal matter.  Your Arizona IRS Problem can be resolved without going through an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.  The most common tax relief programs are:

  • Installment Arrangements
  • Current Not Collectible Status (CNC)
  • Offer in Compromise
  • Filing Delinquent returns
  • Protesting Substitute for Returns
  • Penalty Abatement
  • Qualifying Taxes for Discharge in Bankruptcy.

Scott Allen E.A. has expertise in helping you choose the best option and getting the IRS to accept that option.  Before speaking with an Arizona IRS tax attorney call Scott Allen E.A for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  Scott will make today a great day for you.

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Below is an example of a settlement option that was successfully negotiated by Scott Allen E.A. Don had ten years of back IRS taxes owed. He needed an aggressive settlement and needed it done quickly. Scott was able to wrap up all that IRS tax debt into one low monthly payment plan of $161 per month.

Arizona IRS Tax Attorney

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Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews August 2020

Recent email from a client of Tax Debt Advisors Inc

Tax Debt Advisors Inc has been in business for over 40 years as a family owned and operated. They pride themselves in providing quality and honest service.  They understand the difficult situation taxpayers find themselves in when they are either behind on filing back tax returns or owed back taxes. Below is a recent email sent to Scott Allen EA as a quality and honest Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews August 2020.

Tax Debt Advisors Inc Reviews August 2020

If you find yourself in a situation similar to Mike’s please give Scott Allen EA a phone call today. He will put your mind at ease and walk you thru the process of solving your IRS nightmare. He does not charge to meet with you for a consultation. If you make that appointment you can be promised that it will be worth your time.

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Mesa AZ tax attorney for IRS tax debt relief: yes or no?

Where should you go for IRS tax debt help in Mesa AZ ?

The first rule of thumb if you are looking for IRS representation is to use someone local in the Mesa AZ area.  There are many out of state companies that advertise this work only to make false promises on what they can actually do for you.  If you are calling a 1-800 number more likely you are calling and talking to a sales person rather then the person who would actually be representing you.  The second rule of thumb is to then determine if your case needs the use of a Mesa AZ tax attorney.  Again, more often then not you do not need a tax attorney in Mesa AZ.  98% of IRS debt resolution cases are not of fraudulent nature and a Mesa AZ tax attorney is not necessary.

What you do need however is proper, quick, and decisive representation.  You will get that with Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors.  He is NOT a tax attorney rather he is an Enrolled Agent skilled and trained to deal with the IRS in matters of collection and tax preparation.  Whether you need help filings back tax returns or settling and IRS debt he can assist you from beginning to end.  Scott Allen EA of Mesa Arizona has the experience in negotiating monthly payment plans with the IRS.  The IRS refers this as an installment arrangement.  For those taxpayers in a “hardship situation” he can be aggressive in negotiating a currently non-collectible status.  To learn more about what a non-collectible status is click here.

Doing this work on your own can be a daunting task at times.  It can be near impossible just to get thru to them on the phone let alone working with them. And, every time you call them you get a new person you have to talk to.  Scott Allen EA in Mesa AZ has the experience in “managing” the IRS personnel in getting you the best possible settlement allowed by law.  He has been trained to deal with the IRS employees and he does on a daily basis.  Before you make the decision to work with a Mesa AZ tax attorney please give Scott Allen EA a call to schedule a free consultation regarding you IRS situation.

Click below to view a negotiation done by Scott Allen EA on a 2017 tax return filing for a client. It look nearly a year to get accomplished but it was well worth it!

Mesa AZ Tax Attorney

 

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Scott Allen E.A. can release Mesa Arizona IRS Wage Garnishments or Bank Levies

How can Mesa Arizona IRS Wage Garnishments be stopped?

If you have an IRS tax liability and have ignored or been unaware of their attempts to collect the balance due, the IRS in Mesa AZ will eventually garnish your wages or levy your bank account.  The remedy is to first file all unfiled returns and petition the IRS for a settlement.  This process requires the use of an IRS professional with expertise in filing returns and negotiating the best settlement option.  May I suggest you consider calling Scott Allen E.A. for a free appointment at 480-926-9300?  Scott will make sure you understand all of your options.  Usually it is obvious that one option is much better than all the others.  On occasion the best strategy will include using 2 or 3 options to arrive at the best settlement option.

If you want to get the best settlement and have your Mesa Arizona IRS wage garnishments stopped or bank levy released call Scott Allen E.A. today.  He will make today a great day for you!

See a recent example below of how Scott took aggressive action for a client to stop IRS collection activity. This is an agreement between a client and the IRS of an non collectible status.

Mesa Arizona IRS Wage Garnishments

 

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Unfiled Tax Returns in Arizona: IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

What are the consequences of not filing current and back tax returns? 

Every year millions of Americans for various reasons fail to file their tax return.  Failure to file will be worse than the taxes you would have owed if you file on time within a short period.  The failure to file penalty is 5% per month.  The failure to pay penalty is ½% per month.  When you add the interest accruing to these two penalties, it doesn’t take long before they exceed the original tax due.

If you have a refund coming to you there are not penalties or interest.  However, refunds that are older than three years are forfeited.

The statute of limitations does not begin until an assessment of the liability.  The IRS only has three years in which to do an audit on a timely filed tax return.  This IRS has on limitations on audits until you file your return.

Tax years that could be discharged in bankruptcy if filed timely will have to wait at least two years before becoming eligible for discharge.

Valuable tax credits such as the earned income tax credit will be lost after three years.  These refunds cannot be used to off set taxes owed in other years.

There are negative effects during the collection settlement process if one has not filed back tax returns.  The IRS knows that anyone can get caught in a situation of not being able to pay their taxes, but there are few legitimate reasons why a taxpayer cannot file a return.  The IRS thinks that failing to file (5% penalty) is 10 times worse than filing to pay (1/2% penalty).

How do I file back tax returns?

It will depend on the situation.  If you are working with a revenue officer, the usual procedure is to file the returns directly to them.  If you are working with ACS, it may be possible to file the returns at the closest IRS office and get proof of filing.  Some Large Dollar Accounts out of Holtsville, New York will request that you mail returns to them.

Before I prepared any unfiled return, I will do a review of all documents that have been turned in to the IRS under your social security number for the tax year involved.  This prevents unnecessary audits for neglecting to report income that the IRS is aware of.  If a return is being mailed to the IRS, I always recommend mailing the return—Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested.   I also recommend only one return per envelope.  If you have several years to file it is best to put one return in each envelope before putting them into one big envelope that contains all of the returns being filed.  By labeling the tax year involved on the outside of the envelope, the IRS personnel who is opening you package will be alerted that there is more than one tax return being mailed to them.  This may seem like a silly procedure but it WORKS.

Do I need to file if I don’t owe any tax?

You may know that you don’t owe but the IRS may think differently.  Let me give you one example.  If you had on stock sale and lost money—you know you don’t owe.  But the IRS doesn’t know that.  They just know the amount of the sale, not the cost of the stock you sold.  So in this example if you sold stock for $100,000 that you paid $120,000, the IRS will calculate a gain of $100,000.  The best approach is to file every year, even if you don’t owe.  Many transactions such a purchasing a home will require you to provide copies of recently filed tax returns.  If the bank knows you have not been filing tax returns they may decide you are not worthy of a loan—even if you did not owe any taxes.

Below is an example of a success story on a client who had unfiled tax returns in Arizona that needed to be prepared (six years worth).  After getting the client in compliance a settlement was negotiated in his behalf. Due to his current financial status we showed the IRS that he could not afford to make any payments on the back taxes and that is exactly was was negotiated for him – Currently Non Collectible Status!

Unfiled Tax Returns in Arizona

Call and speak to me today regarding your unfiled tax returns.  You are probably carrying around a much bigger burden than you need to be worried about.  Just getting started is the hardest part but it is also the best way to get a good night’s rest.

 

 

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Do I Need an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney of IRS Tax Debt Help?

No, having IRS tax debt is not a legal matter.  You do not need an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.

However, having an IRS tax debt can cause you lots of misery.  A taxpayer may suffer a levy of wages and bank accounts, lower credit scores, tax liens filed against assets and possible seizure of assets.  If you choose the right IRS resolution specialist, you will not only get the best settlement allowed by law but you will generally pay much less for those services.

May I suggest that you meet with Scott Allen E.A.  He has the expertise to work with the IRS and will not take on your case unless it benefits you.  Call Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 for a free consultation.  Let Scott make today a great day for you.

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Click on the image below on a tax matter resolved by Scott Allen EA.

Arizona IRS Tax Attorney

Kurt had a large tax debt over $20,000 for 2015. With Scott Allen EA’s representation they were able to protest and file a correct tax return filing reducing about $15,000 off the tax bill. Dealing with the IRS can be tiresome and confusing. Because of that it is important to use a tax professional who handles IRS matters on a regular and daily basis. This is what Scott can do for you.

 

 

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Can my Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment be stopped?

Scott Allen EA’s company Tax Debt Advisors Inc has stopped IRS wage garnishments since 1977.  If you have received that dreaded notice from your HR department that the IRS is going to keep up to 70% of your next paycheck call and talk with Scott Allen EA today.

The IRS does have the right to legally garnish your paycheck if you are not in compliance with them.  Being out of compliance can mean you have back tax returns to file and/or owe the IRS on back taxes already filed.  Even though the IRS does have the legal right to seize other assets as well such as your cars or home they typically do not.

Don’t let the IRS take anymore of your paycheck then they have to.  Call Scott Allen EA for a free consultation to meet with him on what needs to be done to stop your Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment.  Once he has all the information required to stop the IRS garnishment Scott will get it release within 24 hrs.

Part of getting the release of your IRS wage garnishment in Mesa AZ is to enter into one of their settlement options.  There are 5 different options available to you.  You will be reviewed on the pros and cons of each option. Dont wait until your options and finances are limited by the IRS. Call Scott today at 480-926-9300 or visit his website at www.releaseIRSlevy.com.

 

Mesa AZ IRS Wage Garnishment Prevented in 2019

The best tactic someone can engage in when dealing with a Mesa AZ IRS wage garnishment is to be proactive with it. Contact the IRS before it happens. Let me give you an example:  Michael had not filed tax returns in 14 years and owed the IRS over $200,000 in back taxes. Someone might think this is an ideal case for the IRS to “throw the hammer” and garnish wages or levy bank accounts. If Michael was reactive this would be the case. But, because he hired competent honest representation he was able to protect his wages and negotiate a favorable agreement with them on his large IRS debt. View the IRS approval agreement below.

Mesa AZ IRS Wage Garnishment

Mike is in a “Case Closed – Currently not Collectible status“. As long as he remains in compliance with his future tax liabilities he does not have to pay a dime on his back taxes. This is a great relief for a struggling taxpayer.  If you would like to discuss your case or see what options are available to you with your IRS debt or unfiled tax returns call and speak with Scott Allen EA today. He can be reached at 480-926-9300.

 

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Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney or not?

Do I need a Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney for my IRS problem?

Scott Allen EA gets asked this question quite often.  My taxpayers feel their situation requires a Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney or that the only person that can assist them is an attorney.  While an attorney can assist with a taxpayers problem its not the only course of action.  It is important to remember, 98% of IRS problems are not of a criminal nature; they are a delinquent nature.  Scott Allen EA is not an attorney but rather an Enrolled Agent (EA) who is licensed specifically to prepare tax returns and to represent taxpayers before the IRS in matters of collections and audits.  He does not branch off into other aspects of taxation but focuses 100% of his practice on IRS problems.  Scott Allen EA can do anything an attorney can do when it comes to those areas.  Below we have provided to you a recent success of his work for a client before the IRS.

Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney

Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney

One of his clients came in with a couple unfiled tax returns and the IRS garnishing his retirement income (yes, the IRS can garnish your retirement or social security income).  They were taking his money and applying it to a tax debt on his 2009 tax return that he had never filed.  Actually, the IRS filed it for him giving him no room for expenses or deductions.  As you can see they took over $6,000 of his income to a debt that should never have been there in the first place.  What did Scott Allen EA do?  To sum it up he was able to get an IRS power of attorney authorization to represent him, contact the IRS to “gather up the facts”, prepare and file his missing returns, and get a stop to the garnishment.  Lastly, he was able to get the IRS to refund the money back to him within a reasonable period of time.

This may have been a case someone might think a Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney is required but as you can see it was not.  Scott Allen EA was able to aggressively represent his client in the best possible manner.  This client will be continuing to use his services on a yearly tax preparation basis.  Let Scott Allen EA at Tax Debt Advisors be your “one stop shop” in getting you IRS nightmare behind you.  He will meet with you for a free initial consultation.

Mesa AZ IRS Tax Attorney 2019

Scott Allen EA is not a Mesa AZ IRS tax attorney but is licensed to do anything an attorney can do pertaining to matters before the IRS. Tax Debt Advisors has been representing taxpayers since 1977. View a recent notice of success from the IRS below.

Mesa AZ IRS Tax Attorney

Robert was a struggling taxpayer just surviving to pay his household bills. This got him behind on his tax filings. He recently met with Scott Allen EA to hire him as his IRS power of attorney. Scott, as an Enrolled Agent, successfully released his wage garnishment, prepared his back tax returns and negotiated an aggressive settlement on that debt. Currently non collectible status is where Robert stands with the IRS. This means he does not have to make any payments to the IRS as long as he files and full pays his future tax obligations on time.

If you find yourself in a similar situation or just don’t know where to begin consider meeting with Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors to discuss your options. He will only take on your case if it is in your best interest.

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