There was a mistake on our 2004 tax return that resulted in $4,000 in unpaid back taxes. However, the debt grew to $8,000 because of interest and penalties. The IRS even put a lien on our house and property. I am on disability and my wife's only income is from Social Security benefits. We are on a very limited income, and needed help desperately.
North Highlands, CA (PRWEB) June 14, 2009
The Tax Lady Roni Deutch, and her team of skilled attorneys ended IRS collections against two struggling taxpayers through placement on the IRS' Currently Not Collectible status.
"Unemployment rates continue to skyrocket," explains Ms. Deutch. "Taxpayers all over the country are finding it difficult to repay their IRS tax debts, and the Williams are just one example of the thousands of clients that my firm has been able to help."
"Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Victoria, TX accumulated a hefty tax debt due to an error on an income tax return," recalls Matthew Johnson, the attorney who represented the Williams' case before the IRS. "Unable to pay down the debt, the Williams called our law firm for placement on the IRS's Currently Not Collectible status."
Currently Not Collectible status is a designation the IRS uses to indicate that it cannot collect from a particular taxpayer at that time, but allows the statute of limitations to continue running. To qualify for the designation, the taxpayer's monthly expenses must exceed his or her income. Typically, the IRS places a taxpayer's collection account into Currently Not Collectible status only after determining that the taxpayer cannot pay his or her back tax liability in full and cannot afford a monthly payment.
"We are very pleased with the way Roni Deutch and her staff of attorneys handled our problems with the IRS," stated Mr. Williams. "There was a mistake on our 2004 tax return that resulted in $4,000 in unpaid back taxes. However, the debt grew to $8,000 because of interest and penalties. The IRS even put a lien on our house and property. I am on disability and my wife's only income is from Social Security benefits. We are on a very limited income, and needed help desperately."
"We were in communication with the law firm throughout the process," continued Mr. Williams. "Our representatives kept us well informed through written correspondence and phone calls. We thank everyone who worked on our case. Each person we spoke with was very professional and friendly. My wife and I are very grateful and would recommend Ms. Deutch's law firm to anyone who needs help with tax problems."
"Mr. and Mrs. Williams were very easy to work with," continued Johnson. "They really were model clients. We received all of the documents we requested in a timely manner, and they were always very cordial and understanding whenever we requested information. When I called the Williams to inform them that their case had been approved for placement on Currently Not Collectible status, they were very thankful and delighted that we could help."
Millions of people recognize tax attorney Roni Deutch as The Tax Lady®. She has been helping taxpayers nation-wide resolve their tax liabilities for over eighteen years. As an industry leader, she has saved her clients tens of millions of dollars and has helped thousands of families settle their back taxes.
About Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation:
Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation is a nationally recognized law firm that has been helping clients find solutions to their back tax liabilities for eighteen years. To find out more about the law firm or its IRS tax relief services, visit their website at RoniDeutch.com or call 1-888-TAX-LADY. To learn more about The Tax Lady Roni Deutch, you can visit her blog or YouTube profile.
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