To make this new service as effective as possible, CTR’s garnishment lawyer or other tax professionals work directly with clients to choose a settlement option that fits in with the individual’s personal finances.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Anyone that has been in debt can admit that the collections process can add a lot of stress to a situation. When it comes to IRS debt, CTR’s Philadelphia tax attorney has recently launched a new program that can help an individual find a personalized solution to their tax debt problem and stop collections. The new service is centered on providing clients with the strongest support CTR has offered in preventing seizure of property.
“When tax debt goes unsolved, there are many problems that can arise. A debtor can lose their home, their life savings and other property that’s very important to them. Our tax attorneys are in the business of giving taxpayers help with tax problems ranging from confusion about income tax returns to audits. Now that this new program is in place, we’re taking our IRS debt collection prevention service to a new level,” stated a CTR tax professional.
The first step in CTR’s newest program involves determining what caused the IRS problem. In some cases, taxpayers may be able to remove their IRS liability through penalty abatement. This can occur when an individual has a legitimate excuse for missing the deadlines that caused their tax debt to accrue. The more common provide tax problem help is to set up a payment or resolution plan. This might include an Installment Agreement, Offer In Compromise or Currently-Non-Collectible status assignment. Trained tax debt specialists know the ins and outs of these options and how to negotiate with the IRS to achieve the best results.
To make this new service as effective as possible, CTR’s garnishment lawyer or other tax professionals work directly with clients to choose a settlement option that fits in with the individual’s personal finances. These tax experts work hard to ensure that other important obligations such as mortgages, college loans and car payments can still be made. If a tax debt would cause hardship, a taxpayer may qualify to have their liability completely removed through Currently-Non-Collectible status. Regardless of the method for tax debt settlement, there are several options available and everyone can find a solution.
CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.