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Tax Problem Resolution

You’ve got a friend in the tax business. Let us be your go-to for your any tax resolution needs you may have. From IRS wage garnishment protection to helping you get “Innocent Spouse” protection, we have the experience you need.

What our Clients are saying

My wages had been garnished by the IRS. David called the IRS and was successful in getting them to agree to stop the garnishment. About a week later, I received a letter from the IRS which stated that David had been successful in stopping the garnishment. Unfortunately, the IRS did not contact my employer to let them know they should stop the garnishment of my wages as required by the agreement. When I discovered the IRS had continued to garnish my wages, I contacted David and he said he would immediately give them a call. He called the IRS but they gave him the run around and said the paperwork was going through different departments and it would take more time. They said garnishment would actually stop at a later date and that I was not entitled to get any of the garnishment back. David told me that he had attended a tax seminar and one of the speakers was the top person over the entire IRS Collections Division. He had told David that if he ever had any problems in dealing with the IRS, to give him a call on his cell phone. David said he would call him after his next appointment. David called him on his cell phone and the IRS fixed the problem with my employer immediately. And the IRS agreed that I would get back the money that was taken after the agreement had been accepted.

Ron Stoltzfus

Knoxville, TN

December 2018

December News Data mining software is being used to help the IRS find people who are cheating on their tax returns. The technology examines taxpayer information and looks for suspicious activity, which can lead to audits. The IRS is having problems with its video...

What Is Estate Planning? Six Good Reasons Everyone Should Have An Estate Plan In America

There is this show I've been watching on Netflix called Heir Hunters, and it chronicles 30 research companies in the UK who race to locate surviving heirs when someone dies without a will. The research companies get a commission if they can locate the heirs. It's a...

Smart Planning for Financial Independence in America

I have more to say about financial independence today (since I received some great feedback the last time I wrote about it). But before I get there, I'd like to speak some encouragement to you. A few people in wrote me saying that they were feeling pretty dispirited...

March 2018

March: 2018 April 1 is the deadline for taxpayers who turned 70 ½ during 2017, for starting their minimum distribution (RMDs) from retirement account (IRA, 401K). A 50% penalty applies to any required amounts not received by April 1. The IRS issued a notice that...

July 2018

July News The child tax credit doubles to $2,000 for each dependent child under age 17. The amount of the refundable credit is $1,400. In other words, if you don’t owe taxes, you will receive a refund of $1,400. The new tax law created a $500 credit for each dependent...

November 2019

One of the latest audit triggers with the IRS is taxpayers who got subsidies for buying health insurance on an exchange.  The IRS computers are flagging taxpayers that don’t file returns after getting the subsidy or file a tax return that doesn’t correctly report...

The IRS collection process and what to expect

I was considering how my clients feel when they receive a letter from the IRS and the turmoil they are in so I thought I’d explain some of the letters for you. Keep in mind the IRS won’t start collection activity against you because you didn’t pay your taxes with your...

Your Tax Care Answers: Can You Be Fired Because of A Wage Levy?

We're almost at the end of September, which is bewildering -- where did summer go? Pumpkin lattes are everywhere, the weather is turning ... and life is really starting to accelerate. But we do know something that can stop anyone in their tracks on an accelerating...

How To Get Out of Credit Card Debt Fast in America: 6 Key Steps

Often, when you're faced with IRS debt, there are other nasty little financial problems out there that can tend to crop up. I have to tell you though, as I sat down to write this strategy note, it made me think about some clients that I've walked with over the years...

August 2019

There have been some big bipartisan tax changes passed by congress and signed by the President recently. The Taxpayer First Act includes mandates for improved customer service, Identity protection, easing of enforcement, modernization of the IRS, cybersecurity and...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!