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Call Scott Allen E.A. to file your IRS Audit Reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona

IRS Audit Reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona

If you have been audited and afterwards come across information that will substantiate your deductions, you are allowed to request an IRS audit reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona.  This procedure also applies to audits that were not attended and the IRS disallowed all deductions.  An audit reconsideration can take considerable time for the IRS to review the paper work that must accompany the request.

If you have an IRS matter that you feel qualifies for an IRS audit reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona, call Scott Allen for a free consultation.  He has the expertise to file and get your tax liability reduced or eliminated through this program.  Contact Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 to schedule your appointment.  Scott will only take your case if it will benefit you.

Recent case:

Scott Allen EA was able to assist David with his IRS audit reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona. The IRS made an assessment against his 2018 tax return. This assessment resulted in an account balance due of $6,641.50. David had put this off and didn’t schedule an appointment to meet with Scott until 2022. After a careful review of his account and investigating the IRS records and also the taxpayers records Scott Allen EA knew he could save David some money and get the account balance reduced. He was exactly right. If you view the IRS adjustment letter below you can see that the account balance was reduced by $2,882.55. Never believe it is too late to resolve problems with the IRS. Some things are subject to a statute of limitations but many things are not. Always consult with an Enrolled Agent (E.A) if you are experiencing IRS problems.

David’s IRS Audit reconsideration in Scottsdale Arizona

 

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Do I Need a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney if I have an IRS tax problem?

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

No, having an IRS tax problem is not a legal matter and does not require a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney.  There are serious consequences if you do not deal properly with your IRS matter but in reality you do not need a tax attorney unless you have committed a criminal act.  There is no better way to get value for IRS resolution services than using Scott Allen E.A.  He has the expertise to represent you fairly, aggressively and at a cost that you can afford—unlike expensive legal billings.  Scott will never tell you he can do a better job than you can for yourself.  No one can know what your skill level and determination to do tax research on your own.  What Scott will tell you is that you will not be able to get a better settlement of your tax debt than what he can do.  A Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney will often make you feel inadequate to the task.  That is their modus operandi (their method of operation).  But if you are not well versed in IRS resolution options, very likely you will not perform at the level that Scott Allen E.A. can, and consequently put yourself in a terrible situation which many times you or your tax representative cannot correct.

A few things to remember about IRS tax resolution work in Scottsdale AZ.  If someone promises seem too good to be true they probably are.  If you hear the words, “No Problem”—you can expect a problem.  May I suggest you call Scott Allen E.A. and schedule a free consultation?  He can be reached at 480-926-9300.  I know you will be glad you did.

Scott Allen E.A. was able to help out his client Joseph with his tax problem without using a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney. He has fallen behind with his estimated tax payments for a couple of years and was afraid to file his taxes thinking the IRS was going to levy or garish his income or bank accounts.  Scott Allen E.A. was able to calm the situation down, represent him before the IRS and take care of the matter for him. Scott prepared his 2020 and 2021 returns and negotiated them into one low monthly payment plan with the IRS. For $510 a month the IRS will stay out of his bank accounts and not file a tax lien on his credit. Attached is a a copy of that agreement to see for yourself.

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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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Do I Need a Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney When I Received a 30 Day Non-Filer Letter from the IRS?

Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney?

No, this is not a legal matter and rarely requires a Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney.  This can be resolved quickly and easily.  Basically this letter is telling you to file your tax return for the year on the notice.  If you need a tax preparer, may I suggest you contact Scott Allen E.A. of Scottsdale & Mesa Arizona who has extensive experience in tax preparation as well as resolving IRS tax problems.  You can contact Scott Allen E.A. regarding the filing of all back tax returns at 480-926-9300.  Scott does not charge for your initial consultation.  You will get direct and accurate answers to your tax questions that will put your mind at ease on any delinquent taxes returns.

Below is a recent successful case accomplished by Scott Allen EA rather than a Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney. James was behind on his back tax returns and was in desperate need for help. The IRS was threatening to levy his income when he came in as well. Scott was able to hold off the IRS, get his recent back tax returns filed, and negotiate it all into a nice low $249/month payment plan.

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File Back Taxes Scottsdale and only pay $80/month

File Back Taxes Scottsdale

Peter had to file back taxes Scottsdale and negotiate them all into a payment plan. Uncertain of where to begin he met with Scott Allen EA for a phone appointment to go over the process. When the IRS files substitute for returns in your behalf you still have the ability to file correct returns for those years. That is exactly what Peter did. Scott Allen EA helped him prepare the back taxes to first get the balance due as low as possible before doing the payment plan work. As you will be able to see from the notice below they were able to help Peter get a really low monthly installment plan with the Internal Revenue Service. He only has to pay $80 per month on his back taxes. He will do so until the tax debt expires in a few years. Not a half bad settlement negotiation.

File Back Taxes Scottsdale

If you have a need to file back taxes Scottsdale speak with Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. He will explain the process of resolving your tax problem from beginning to end in a clear and simple matter. For your reference here are those three steps to resolve most tax matters. Don’t battle the IRS alone. Go with someone who has years of experience.

  1. Power of Attorney work
  2. Filing back tax returns
  3. Tax Debt Settlement

 

 

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Removing IRS tax interest: Can it be done?

It is not Necessary To Use A Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney to Remove Interest

The IRS takes a tough position on removing interest and therefore it is rare that our firm will charge a fee requesting interest abatement.  Interest can be abated if it is due to an error by an employee of the IRS.  It is much harder to seek interest abatement claiming the IRS employee delayed the process of processing the tax assessment unless it is obvious the “ball was dropped” when your case was transferred to another employee at the IRS.

If a return is amended and the balance is lowered, the interest due will also be lowered along with any penalties.  If a return is filed to lower a balance due on an IRS substitute for return the same will be true.  If you want a correct assessment of whether you should seek professional guidance on interest abatement, call Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300 and schedule a free consultation to determine if your case has merit.

Compare Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. services with any Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney today!  www.TaxDebtAdvisors.com

Take a look at what Scott Allen E.A. was able to do for his client, Yolanda. Thru the proper abatement process he was able to get the IRS to abate $13,019 of penalties and $243 of interest. It is important to know that not every case is the same and not everyone qualifies for abatement. To find out if you are a candidate or if you have other issues with the IRS that needs representation give Tax Debt Advisors, Inc a call today. They have been solving IRS problems since 1977.

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The IRS Has Levied My Bank Account! I need a Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney?

Is a Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney needed?

No, this is not a legal matter and usually does not need a Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney.  When the IRS has levied your bank account, it is because you have ignored collection letters.  The first step to removing the IRS levy is to file any back tax returns.  Then the IRS will consider you in compliance with your tax filings.  The second step is to work out a settlement with the IRS.  Once you have a settlement in place, the IRS will release the levy on the bank account.  However, unless you can prove hardship, the IRS will keep the funds they have levied.

Scott Allen E.A. (an Enrolled Agent) is able to quickly prepare and file delinquent tax returns and explain the best way to settle your tax debt.  There are several options available to settle past tax debt.  Call Scott Allen E.A. to schedule a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  His experience and expertise is with preparing honest aggressive tax returns and negotiating IRS settlements.  Can your Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney say that about his or her practice?

View a recent IRS settlement negotiated by Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney

David had the IRS coming after him for back taxes owed but was currently in a financial hardship situation. He was recently put on social security disability and was on a limited fixed income. Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc was able to represent him, stop future collection activity, and negotiate a non collectible status on the back taxes owed. The IRS will now leave him alone and he is waiting for the IRS debts to expire.

 

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Offer in Compromise using a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney: Is it best for you?

Is a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorneys better at filing an IRS Offer in Compromise.

Apparently taxpayers need to be careful not to rely on the title “attorney” when retaining one to file an offer in compromise.  Three of the largest companies representing taxpayers–JK Harris, Tax Masters and Roni Lynn Deutch have all filed bankruptcy and shut their doors leaving hundreds of thousands of taxpayers stranded without resolving their IRS matter and unable to refund their money.  All of these firms and many like them all advertised using Arizona IRS Tax attorneys.  The same is true of most if not all “out of state” companies and companies with 800 numbers that tout the same lies and dupe taxpayers out of outrageous amounts of money and provide no service–ZERO !

The latest firm to go under, Roni Lynn Deutch, Governor Jerry Brown called her operation a “heartless scheme.”

A former employee said, “In the entire time I worked for RONI DEUTCH I never saw a client of mine or any of my associates get approved for an OIC. I did see several clients drop kicked for various BS after they paid. Once the money was in no one cared what happened to the client.”

Another employee had this to say, “the truth is I was one of Roni Deutch’s “Tax Directors” and I have read the complaint AG Brown filed. It is all true. I was trained (by Russel Deutch) to “Help” clients do the math so they would appear to qualify for an OIC. Made up expenses like child care paid to a “relative” or extra cords of wood in the winter to supplement energy costs, ask any former “Tax Director” and they will all tell the same story of scam after scam. I gave sworn testimony in the New York case; I sure hope I get the chance to testify against this dirt bag again.”

And finally, one more employee said, “Roni pays big, big bonuses for exceeding quota. (at least she did while I worked for her) No one cared how you did it while I was there; as long as the $$$ rolled in it was all Las Vegas and Cocaine …..if you were in the right crowd, or so I’ve heard.”

So when it comes time to consider who to choose to represent you be sure to select someone who you personally meet.  Not every Scottsdale AZ Tax IRS Attorney is a schemers but to rely on the title IRS Tax Attorney in Scottsdale can be one of the biggest mistakes you can make about who represents you before the IRS.  Our recommendation is that you schedule to meet with Scott Allen E.A.  He can be reached at 480-926-9300.   He offers free consultations to meet with you and discuss what you may and may not qualify for settlement.  So, before meeting with an IRS Tax Attorney Scottsdale, AZ in the areas of 85256, 85260, or 85251 call Scott with Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.  We are a company with over 40+ years of experience of dealing with the IRS and filing acceptable IRS Offer in Compromises.

See a recent success of Scott Allen EA

Below is a letter directly from the IRS of Scott Allen EA saving a client over $13,000 in taxes on a 2017 tax return.

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Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney or not ?

Trying to find the right Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney

If you are trying to find the right Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney one can be referred to you.  However, Scott Allen EA refers less then 1% of his IRS problem clients to a tax attorney.  This is because he can handle the other 99% of IRS matters.  If you have back tax returns to be filed or back IRS debts to be negotiated give Scott Allen EA a call today to schedule a free no obligation consultation with him.  To see one of his recent success view the IRS notice below.  By viewing you will see a currently non collectible status negotiated on behalf of his happy client.

Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney

Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney

What is a currently non collectible status?  For those that qualify it is an excellent option to get set up.  You may be in a financial hardship, in bankruptcy, or just living month to month with not much left over.  It is very similar to a payment plan except you can look at it as a $0.00 per month payment plan.  The IRS will not require you to make any payments on your back IRS debt as long as you keep yourself current with you future tax obligations.  You cannot owe on your future tax filings.  If so, it will default the currently non collectible status and you have to renegotiate a new settlement with them.  The last thing you want to do is default and have the IRS review your financials again.

With Scott Allen EA he places as much effort in keeping you in compliance with your taxes moving forward as he is in his IRS settlement negotiations.  He will assist you on your currently yearly tax filings and making sure you don’t miss any critical deadlines.

Put your trust in Scott Allen EA.  You are promised to feel better after meeting with him and his calming demeanor.

 

2019 update on an IRS case settled by Scott Allen EA

Scott Allen is a licensed Enrolled Agent who specializes in filing back tax returns and settling IRS debts whether large or small. Many people are under the false pretense that only a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney and solve their complicated tax problem. While it is true they can, however you don’t need one. What a struggling taxpayer needs is a tax professional who has years and years of experience dealing with the IRS collections department on a regular basis. Scott Allen EA is someone who talks with and is negotiating with the IRS every single working day. Also, if you have back tax returns that need to be filed he can help you out there as well. View the notice below. You will see how Scott helped Ronald settle his old tax debt into a reasonable installment arrangement.

Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney

Feel free to browse this website to see how Scott Allen EA can help you and also see other reent success other taxpayers have had by hiring Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

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Enrolled Agent vs Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

Do I need to hire a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney over an Enrolled Agent?

First, it is important to understand what an Enrolled Agent is so you can compare Scott Allen to a Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney. As an Enrolled Agent, Scott Allen is licensed federally to practice before the Internal Revenue Service in all 50 states. Practicing before the IRS means one is able to prepare tax returns and speak in their behalf in matters of collections and audits. The IRS form 2848 gives Scott Allen EA Power of Attorney authorization.

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Recently, Scott Allen EA was able to negotiate ten years of back taxes for his client Mike. Mike is a self employed individual who through a struggling economy here in Arizona was barely making enough money to cover his living expenses let alone pay his taxes. Upon meeting with Scott Allen EA for a free initial consultation they were able to start a working relationship together.

Mike gave him Power of Attorney authorization and went to work. IRS levy action was prevented and over the course of the next month all back tax returns were filed and submitted to the IRS timely.  Once all the tax returns were accepted by the IRS Scott began the negotiation process.  Basic financial information was gathered up and evaluated.  It was determined that Mike’s best settlement option was to negotiate and non collectible status to cover all his back tax debts. Below you can view for yourself the actual IRS settlement acceptance.

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

Non collectible status is only one of several different options a taxpayer has to resolve an IRS debt.  Not everyone qualifies for this status but for those that do it puts them in an excellent situation.  If you are not a candidate for a non collectible status you will be advised on the next best option.  Every option has pros and cons and it is important to review those before a settlement negotiation is started. If you are not being advised on all the options you are not being represented fully.

Start off on the right foot today by calling and speaking with Scott Allen EA. If you are in search of a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney you are encouraged to compare him to Scott Allen EA first. Even if you decide not to hire him you will benefit by spending 30 minutes with him.

November 2018 Case Update

It is possible to NOT have to hire a Scottsdale AZ IRS tax attorney and save $378,000. How can that be? Check out the approval IRS notice below to see what Scott Allen EA did for his client Michael. The IRS had filed a 2011 individual income tax return for the taxpayer. In doing that, Michael owed the IRS over $430,000 in taxes, interest and penalties. With hiring Scott Allen EA as his Power of Attorney he challenged their return with a corrected taxpayers return. After three long months, it was approved!

Scottsdale AZ IRS Tax Attorney

If you feel the IRS has put you in a similar situation make that phone call to speak with Scott Allen EA. He will personally take your call and evaluate you case.

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