Tax Relief Overview

If you owe back taxes to the IRS or State, you have come to the right place. We specialize in defending businesses and individuals who are behind on taxes, or have past-due tax filings and tax returns. We will protect your assets while keeping the taxing authorities at a distance, and above all make sure you do not pay a penny more than you should.

"Tax Relief" means something different to every client. Some just need time and protection, while others need more affordable repayment terms. Other times it may be reductions in improper penalties, or even a reduced-settlement offer. Your income, assets and expenses all factor into finding the right tax relief strategy. Depending upon your unique situation, there may be several combined options to resolve your tax issue.

Priority One: Stopping Aggressive IRS and State Collections

Our Clients

We represent a wide range of clients and situations with IRS and state tax issues, in all 50 states.

  • Businesses with one to several hundred employees
  • Personal and business tax debts ranging from thousands to millions of dollars owed
  • Non-profits and religious institutions

Emergency Tax Relief

If you do not pay your taxes or make arrangements to settle your debt, the government may garnish wages and levy bank accounts, retirement accounts, wages, accounts receivables, and many other financial assets. We handle a large volume of these issues. At least half of people and businesses suffer aggressive collection actions prior to hiring us. We protect them and get them immediate relief. We can do the same for you. Better yet, let's be proactive and prevent forced collections.

Long Term Relief

Our goal is to give you a fresh start. If you can afford to pay your taxes but just need more time and breathing room, we will make that happen. If you cannot afford to pay what the government claims you owe, we will find the best option for you to get a permanent solution.

How to Proceed

Please call us to discuss your situation in detail, with zero cost or obligations. In one quick conversation you will 1) know your options and rights, and 2) have the information you need to make the best financial decision for you and your family or your business.