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File Back Tax Returns in Gilbert

Scott can file back tax returns in Gilbert

If you forget or fail to file back tax returns in Gilbert the IRS can file returns for you. Yes, you read that correctly. The IRS will gather whatever income information that can on you and submit a tax return for processing and assess you a balance due. They will do this usually three to seven years after the tax return was due and after sending the taxpayer several warning notices. If you don’t recall receiving any of these notices the IRS could be sending them to your last address on record which could be pretty old depending on the last time you filed a tax return. It is always better to take care of back tax returns before the IRS gets it to this level that way there isn’t protest work involved. Either way, Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc can file back tax returns in Gilbert for you. He will speak to the IRS throughout the entire process so you do not have to.

Have you maybe lost some of your tax and financial records in order to file back tax returns in Gilbert accurately? Scott Allen EA can also help with that process as well. As your IRS Power of Attorney he can help retrieve as much information from the IRS as possible.

Scott Allen EA has a recent client, Brandon who was behind in some Gilbert back tax returns. One of those years being 2014. This IRS filed and made their own assessment that totaled over $31,000 in back taxes owed.  This was outrageous. Upon an investigation into the account Scott Allen EA discovered that the IRS grabbed all the taxpayer’s gambling winnings and included it as income. The IRS didn’t know about or take into account any of the taxpayer’s gambling losses. Brandon then went and gathered up his casino and bank records to support deducting gambling losses. The tax law allows you to deduct your gambling losses up to a taxpayers winnings. Scott Allen EA prepared a 2014 return to protest the IRS’s Substitute For Return (SFR). Upon its full acceptance over $21,000 of taxes, interest, and penalties was removed. Check out the IRS acceptance letter below.

It is always important to do a complete review of a taxpayers account before negotiating a payment plan, non collectible status, offer in compromise, filing a tax bankruptcy, or file back tax returns in Gilbert.  Scott Allen EA can assist and represent you before the Internal Revenue Service from start to finish. Give him a call today.

File Back Tax Returns in Gilbert

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IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ and Saved $171,000.00

Mark’s IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ

Mark was behind on several years of back taxes and owed more to the IRS then he could ever imagine paying back. After Scott Allen EA got him filing compliant by preparing all of his back taxes Gilbert AZ it was time to make a determination on his best settlement option. His income had dropped substantially, he was getting up there in age, and had no assets to speak of really other then his modest vehicle. Scott Allen EA knew he could negotiate all this debt into a low monthly payment plan (say $300 a month or so) and just ride out the ten year statute of limitations. However, Mark didn’t want the IRS hanging over him for that long. Scott Allen EA continued to evaluate his complete financial status and wanted to let Mark know about the IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ program. The IRS OIC program is a real solution but he cautions everyone that very few people ultimately qualify for it for a number a various reasons. They might have too high of income. They might have assets with available equity. They may have filed many back taxes Gilbert AZ too recently. They may not be making proper estimated tax payments and/or proper W2 withholdings. They may not be able to come up with the down payment or lump sum if the IRS accepted an OIC. Settling a $191,000 for $20,000 is a fantastic deal and almost everyone would take that, but if a taxpayer does not have a way to come up with the $20,000 there is no reason to apply for an OIC to begin with. Long story short, it is important to sit down and speak with your IRS power or attorney face to face before submitting an IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ.

Mark saved over $171,000 with his IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ

Check out the IRS acceptance letter dated July 16 2022. It was a tough IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ to get accepted with a number a various financial things to go over and get approved. Covid 19 and all the delays that occurred because of that. Scott Allen EA also had to take the case to the IRS office of appeals to get some matters accepted as well. At the end of the day, Scott Allen EA fought long and hard for his client, Mark. He did what needed to be done to get the best possible outcome.

IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ

If you are considering an IRS Offer in Compromise Gilbert AZ please schedule to meet with Scott Allen EA first. He will go over the IRS OIC process but more importantly he will also make sure you know about all the settlement options the IRS has. Scott Allen EA can be your IRS Power of Attorney and represent you from start to finish.

 

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Tax Attorney Gilbert

Tax Attorney Chandler AZ

Searching for “Tax Attorney Gilbert” while looking for an experts in tax law? If so, Tax Debt Advisors can help! We are not a tax attorney firm, rather, a tax debt specialist that helps with IRS problems. Solve the same tax problems for less money!

If you happen to be searching for tax attorneys, that must mean that you must be having tax trouble. Contact Scott Allen with Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. at (480) 926-9300 to help you to get the right type of help with the IRS today. Don’t just go out and hire a tax attorney, hire a tax debt advisor who has been helping people to deal with their tax issues since 1977 and has solved over 108,000 tax debts.

Help get things straight with the IRS by calling Scott Allen at Tax Debit Advisors, Inc. today at 480-926-9300 to help you get right with the IRS today! Check out one of our most recent successes where we helped Mary settle here tax debt in Gilbert without a tax attorney

Common Reasons To Hire A Tax Attorney

Below are the most common reasons to hire a tax attorney. Although, these are also services provided by Tax Debt Advisors Inc. Tax Debt Advisors can help with:

It is true, you don’t really have to hire a tax attorney when it comes to dealing with the IRS. Instead you can hire a tax debt advisor who has been helping people since 1977. Scott Allen is able to guide you through basically any type of tax situation that you may need help in dealing with.

Why You Don’t Need A Tax Attorney

Below are some reason and warning signs that state that you don’t need a tax attorney:

  • If you are making a choice out of fear and believe that you need a tax attorney for other than fraudulently filed or criminal returns, then you will be disappointed. Attorneys are able to generate their income by causing fear. Many of our clients who started with an attorney and switched to us had mentioned about being intimidated with fear that something bad will happen if . . . and those ifs are always filed by another large retainer fee.
  • IRS resolution work isn’t exactly rocket science. It is just common sense work that actually improves over time because of the relationship that is established with the IRS and an understanding of their idiosyncrasies. Attorneys will scare their clients into believe that their legal training is needed to get a successful resolution.
  • Most clients believe that they will only get what they pay for and will base the quality of work on how much they pay. In many cases, an attorney will charge between 25 to 400% more for the same type of service. If you go for a consultation with an attorney, you should get a second opinion from me with a free initial consultation. These are the appointments I love.

Why You Need To Hire An Enrolled Agent VS A Tax Attorney

View our recent blog post “When is a IRS tax attorney is necessary and when isn’t it?

  1. Your tax issue may not be that bad: It doesn’t take a tax attorney or rocket scientist to work with the IRS. Legal training isn’t needed to handle most tax issues. Tax attorney’s will often try to scare you into thinking that you need legal representation. That just isn’t true. Let Tax Debt Advisors help to solve your tax problems without having to scare you or request a huge retainer fee for our services.
  2. Get a Second Opinion: There are some tax customers who believe that paying higher fees will give them better quality services. That isn’t true. Tax attorneys will charge 400% more for the same type of services that a tax debt expert is able to handle. There literally no difference in the whole process besides paying more money. We aren’t saying that it is a bad idea to speak to a tax attorney, but you should always get a second opinion. At Tax Debt Advisors we offer free tax consultations.
  3. Don’t make a decision based on fears: If you believe that you need a tax attorney just because you filed a fraudulent tax return, then you may disappointed. Tax lawyers will normally get their income based off of fear. Many of our tax clients started with a tax attorney, only to learn that they tried to intimidate them into believing that they had a bigger tax issue than in truth. And that is often followed by a huge retainer fee.

Feel Confident With Experienced Tax Representation

Whenever I have looked back over the years, the most common factor for bad decision making was when I was overly influenced because fear. I love the quote from Star Wars that explains how Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader. “It was fear that pushed me to the dark side.” If you have already consulted with an attorney, ask yourself if they reduced the level of fear or just used it to get what they wanted. Good representation will make you feel better and not fearful. A great representative will focus on everything that can go right and the wrong ones will just focus on the thing that almost never happen. When you are trying to decide if you need to use an attorney, take some time to get a second opinion from me. You will be glad you did.

Free Tax Consultations | Do You Really Need A Tax Attorney?

Tax Debt Advisors handled my tax issues, which included several years of tax returns with IRS issues. The back tax returns were processed quickly with no additional problems or delays. Scott managed every aspect of the IRS problem with ease. Thanks again Scott!Stacy P Read More Reviews

If you are worried about IRS tax issues and think you need a certified tax attorney to represent you, give Tax Debt Advisors a call first. This is an important decision to make that requires the experience of a highly skilled Enrolled Agent. Scott Allen EA can be that choice for you. There is a great chance that you don’t need a tax attorney or legal representation for your tax problems. Our tax debt advisors can help you solve the same tax problems for less money. To schedule you free tax consultation in Gilbert to find out if you actually need a Phoenix tax attorney or not, give us a call today at 480-926-9300.

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IRS Audit Myth Number 3: By Tax Debt Advisors in Gilbert AZ

IRS Audit Myths Gilbert AZ

If I ignore the IRS notices, they will forget about me—actually the notices are the IRS legal requirements before they take serious action.  The IRS will eventually find you whether you are self-employed or an employee.  Even if you operate a cash business, the IRS will eventually locate you by checking your social security number against any assets you own.  The real danger is that the IRS will eventually locate you at the worst possible time.  Back in 1992 we had a landscaper that was located by the IRS.  They went through the property tax rolls and found out that he owned a $2,000,000 home in Scottsdale free and clear.  When we asked him why he didn’t file tax returns for almost 50 years he said, “When I saw the destruction of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I figured that the world would come to an end before the IRS would find me.”  Well, the world did not come to an end and he lost almost everything he had and was facing criminal action due to his extreme negligence.

Don’t procrastinate your efforts to get back in the system before the system rolls over you like a steam roller.  Contact Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors near Gilbert AZ at 480-926-9300 for a free consultation to determine how to minimize the impact ahead of time.  A little preplanning will allow you to know what your settlement options before you commit to filing and paying your taxes.

 

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Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. offers advice for a successful Gilbert AZ IRS audit

Gilbert AZ IRS Audit

  • When you have answered an Auditors question—shut up.  Auditors know that taxpayers are uncomfortable with “silence.”  Remember the one who talks first after you have answered the question LOSES.  That may sound a bit blunt to put it in these words but it is critical to a successful Gilbert AZ IRS audit.
  • Remember the Auditor is not your friend.  They are aggressive bill collectors no matter how friendly they may sound in your meeting.  When you get the bill from the auditor you will realize that they are masters at making you feel they are on your side.
  • Never miss an appointment and respond promptly if you cannot meet a deadline.
  • Never get mad or angry.  They IRS auditor will usually stop asking questions at that point and assume you are not cooperating and deny deductions or expenses that you are entitled too.
  • Don’t be too anxious to pay the bill.  You have rights to Appeal the IRS audit assessment.  Almost never go to Appeals alone.  You need a professional to make sure you don’t fail a second time.

Call Scott Allen E.A. at Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. at 480-926-9300 and schedule a free consultation.  Scott will not take your case unless it is in your best interest.

 

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Gilbert’s Tax Debt Advisors—What do I do if my balance of IRS taxes owed keeps going up?

Owe IRS Tax in Gilbert AZ

Please consider the following options:

  • If your IRS debt will expire soon, it doesn’t matter how much you owe.  Find out when the IRS statute of limitations expires.
  • If you disagree with the amount owed consider taking your case to the IRS Office of Appeals.  Often the Appeals Office will compromise or eliminate your debt if you have good reasons to support your position.
  • File an amended return.
  • File a correct return to override an IRS substitute for return.
  • File for innocent spouse relief.
  • File an Offer in Compromise.
  • Discharge your taxes in a Chapter 7 tax motivated bankruptcy.
  • File for abatement of penalties.

There is hope to get out from under your Gilbert AZ IRS debt and move on with your life.  Scott Allen E.A. of Tax Debt Advisors offers a free initial consultation.  Call him today to schedule an appointment by calling 480-926-9300.

 

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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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Do I Need an IRS Tax Attorney in Gilbert AZ when I have not paid my IRS 940 Taxes?

Hiring a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney?

No, this is not a legal matter requiring a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney.  However, you do need IRS help.  IRS form 940 is for federal unemployment taxes.  They are calculated on the first $7,000 of wages paid to each employee.  If you are self-employed your Arizona business is responsible for the payment of unemployment taxes; otherwise the liability will eventually be transferred to the Gilbert AZ business owner—YOU!  IRS form 940 can be confusing because not only business employees but unemployment taxes apply to agricultural and farming employees and domestic household employees.

Do not take the filing and payment of unemployment taxes lightly—the IRS doesn’t.  The IRS will file IRS tax liens and possibly seize business and personal property to pay off your debt.  Scott Allen E.A. has the experience and expertise to settle with the IRS on your IRS Form 940 taxes.  Scott is available for a free consultation to see what options are available to settle your IRS tax debt.  He can be reached at 480-926-9300.  Don’t hesitate to call him over calling a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney.

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Do I Need a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney For Trust Fund Recovery Penalties?

Trust Fund and Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney

The IRS is very aggressive in trying to collect on Trust Funds associated with payroll taxes withheld from employee’s paychecks.  However, this is not a legal matter and is not considered a criminal act and does not require the services of an Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney.  Most employers that do not pay in their payroll tax withholdings are struggling with their business and try to keep the business afloat by “borrowing” these funds with the intent to pay them back at a later date when business improves.

Unfortunately most businesses do not improve enough to pay the taxes with the penalties added.  When the business closes, these taxes are eventually reassigned over to the individual(s) responsible for paying the taxes.  This will include the owners and anyone associated with payment of taxes.

There are two areas of IRS representation work that may be needed with regard to Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  If you feel that the IRS is unjustified in targeting you for payment of the taxes and penalties, we are able to evaluate your responsibility or lack thereof.  This is usually a black and white matter, but the IRS takes a “shot gun” approach and tries to include as many people without really knowing who is truly responsible.

The second area is making a settlement with the IRS if you are in fact responsible for the payment of the tax and penalties.  There are several options available to settle with the IRS for less than the amount owed, depending on your financial ability to pay.

Scott Allen E.A. of Gilbert and Mesa AZ has expertise in both areas dealing with Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  Call Scott today and schedule a free consultation at 480-926-9300 to get an evaluation of what your options are.  Scott Allen E.A. will put your mind at ease knowing that you are facing this serious IRS problem with a professional who has successfully negotiated many favorable settlements with the IRS on Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  Please call Scott for a honest second opinion if you are determined to think you need a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney for IRS Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.

Thank you.

 

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My IRS Debt Keeps Going Up. Do I Need an IRS Tax Attorney (Gilbert, AZ)?

IRS Tax Attorney Gilbert AZ

Tax clients think that they will have to pay on their tax debt until their last breath.  IRS tax debts have a statute of limitations.  In other words there is a date when the tax debt will go away.  This is called the Collection Statute Expiration Date.  On this date your tax debt goes away.  Generally the IRS has 10 years from the date of assessment to collect the tax due.  You do not need to take any legal action thru a Gilbert AZ IRS Tax Attorney to get this information.  There are also many tax settlement options that can reduce or eliminate the tax debt before the statute runs out.

To evaluate your options, contact Scott Allen E.A. with Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. for a free consultation at 480-926-9300 to see where you stand.  You may find that you can move forward in your life much sooner than you previously thought.

The most important thing to remember in letting your IRS debt expire is to file and full pay your current and future taxes on time.  As a tax professional Scott can file any and all tax returns to keep the IRS off your back until your IRS debts expire.  An IRS Tax Attorney Gilbert AZ typically isn’t the best option for tax preparation as their line of work is on legal matters.

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