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Settle With IRS – Best Ways To Do So From Joe Mastriano, CPA.

There are many ways to settle with the IRS depending upon what it is you are trying to settle. As a licensed CPA firm, we have over 30 years of experience dealing with tax issues. We can solve even the most difficult IRS problems. We maintain an excellent reputation with the IRS and professional community. The following are various ways on how to settle with the IRS:

Letters and Notices

You may have received letters and notices that you disagree with. They may be charging you with taxes, requesting that you file certain returns. They can be asking for information, etc. If you are seeking help, please visit our Letters and Notice page.

You Owe Money to the IRS: You want to know what your options are

  1. Installment Agreement
  2. Offer In Compromise
  3. Bankruptcy

You have an Audit Bill with a Huge Additional Tax Assessment

  1. You can provide additional documentation to lower it.
  2. You can then speak to the audit group manager.
  3. If the above fails then you can file an audit appeal.

When doing the above, it’s important to preserve your tax court rights by filing a petition within 90 days of receiving your notice of deficiency. Timing is critical. You may want to seek our services in all audit matters.

You Have an Appeal and You Want it Settled

  1. Appeals of Audits
  2. Collection Appeal (this usually happens fast enough for most people)
  3. Appeal of Offers (this should be settled to your advantage no matter how long it takes)

You Have Payroll Issues

      1. Unfiled payroll tax returns.
      2. Unpaid payroll taxes that you want reduced.
      3. Are you being charged for taxes not taken out for your contract labor workers?
      4. Are you being charged personally with payroll or trust fund taxes that you disagree with?

We have proven methods to help you in the above and many other payroll issues that you want to have settled with the IRS. When settling with the IRS it’s important to know your rights. It’s also important to full understand the issues and rules involved in the matter at hand. You want to always receive accurate information from the IRS employee you talk to. That is where my many years of experience come into play. Sometimes we have to explain the correct rules to IRS employees. You don’t have to hide from the IRS anymore. Contact Joe Mastriano P.C. today to see what options we have to help you start resolving your tax problem. We can handle anything the IRS has thrown your way. Visit our website or call us NOW at (713)774-4467.

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