What is Tax Relief?
We are a tax relief and audit defence services company, and we LOVE to help you with the owed tax bill, tax liabilities, IRS Offer In Compromise, FTB Offer In Compromise, BOE Offer In Compromise tax penalty or interest or even owed income taxes. We can negotiate on your behalf with IRS and eliminate your tax due or help you to get tax relief or put you on payment plans based on your payment abilities, you can also pay with credit cards.
Road To Tax Freedom
Getting behind on your tax payments to the IRS is a situation that millions of Americans can relate to that. Owing the IRS money can be extremely worrisome, but don’t lose hope yet – tax relief is available. A trustworthy tax relief company can assist you in reaching an agreement with the IRS.
Our experts use proven strategies to help you get through audits, reduce your tax debt, prevent bank levies, and stop wage garnishments. We could even be able to help settle your tax debt for less than what you owe. The experts at Alpha Tax Relief are here to help you through the process and save you the most money while solving your IRS debt in the shortest amount of time.
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We are real people who enjoy helping other people when they need us the most if you’re feeling overwhelmed and don’t know what to do with your wed tax or received a letter from IRS, check-in with us.
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We Negotiate With The IRS On Your Behalf and Become Tax Debt Free
We Settle Your IRS Tax Debt
Stop Tax Garnishments & Levies In 48 Hrs. Release Tax Liens. IRS Tax Audit Help. Collection Due Process. Filing Back Taxes. Tax Lien Discharge. Audit Representation. Penalty Abatement.
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Offer in Compromise (OIC)
To be able to qualify for OIC, you must show that you’re unable to repay your tax debt within the amount of time specified by the IRS.
Penalty abatement helps if the IRS adds penalties like late filing fees and late payment fees onto your account. In some cases, the penalties can be higher than the original debt amount.
An installment agreement lets you pay the full debt in smaller amounts that are more manageable.
Tax Lien Discharge
A tax lien discharge lets you give up all rights to property with an IRS lien so it can be sold unencumbered by the lien.
Bank Levy Release
A bank levy release means that your tax debt is settled and the levy is removed.
Currently, non-collectible is a status that the IRS assigns to someone who can’t pay because of a temporary hardship.
Collection appeal rights are handled by the Office of Appeals, which is independent of and separate from the IRS Collection Office. Check your collection appeal rights here.
Partial Pay Installment Agreement (PPIA)
A PPIA lets you make payments that total less than the full amount due if full payment can’t be before the statute of limitations expires.
Tax Lien Subordination
A tax lien subordination lets a different creditor jump in front of the IRS with a claim to the property.
Tax Lien Withdrawal
A tax lien withdrawal means that your tax debt is settled and all property liens are removed.
Wage Garnishment Release
A wage garnishment release means that your tax debt is settled and the wage garnishment is removed.
Innocent Spouse Relief
Innocent spouse relief means that you filed an inaccurate joint tax return, but it is unfair to hold you responsible because you didn’t know.
Statute of Limitations
Statute of limitations is a limit on the time that the IRS has to collect a debt. It is usually ten years, and the start time can vary for each IRS action taken.
An administrative appeal can be filed with the IRS only under four different circumstances. For more information, look under IRS 188.8.131.52.
There are many pros and cons that come with filing a joint married tax return. Most couples file their taxes this way. It usually saves money, but it can increase your tax liability so it’s wise to calculate your taxes both ways before filing.
Your filing status determines the type of annual tax return you are to use when filing your taxes. The IRS offers five different tax filing status options: Married Filing Jointly (MFJ), Married Filing Separately (MFS), Single, Head of Household, or qualifying widow/widower with dependent.
Many people are victims of tax relief scams. They are scary; Many can claim to be part of the IRS and they can collect money from you. Make sure you know all about these scams so that you don’t end up in a financial bind.
Since the IRS allows married taxpayers to file joint or separate tax returns, it’s a good idea to calculate taxes both ways to see which is most advantageous to you. Usually, joint married is better, but for liability reasons, you may wish to file separate returns this year.
The key to surviving unexpected taxes is to attend to them right away, to communicate well with the IRS, and to find an option that is right for you. There are many options that the IRS offers to help you with payments.
You can e-file, mail, or take your tax return to the IRS in-person. Most people e-file since it’s usually faster, safer, easier, more convenient, and more accurate. However, there are reasons why paper filing may be best for you.
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The Best Option May Be Tax Relief
Are you worried when you received a letter from the IRS? Feeling scared and overwhelmed when you got a call from the IRS agents? That’s where our tax professionals can help. Dealing with the IRS is what we do every day, sending our licensed advisors and experienced problem solvers in to protect our clients. Our two-phase tax relief system beats everything else in the industry. First, we put out any immediate fires. Then, we prepare you for the best outcome possible..
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