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Do you have questions about your Tax Debt?

That’s understandable, the IRS is rarely straightforward and it's often hard to read through all the tax language to get the answers you need. Here are some answers to common questions past clients have had about working with the IRS and resolving their tax debt.


Repaying your tax debt within 72 months is possible with an Installment Agreement. These agreements do not prevent interest from accruing or late payment penalties.
I can help, I make the process of filing for an IRS payment plan as simple and painless as possible.

It may be hard to hear but if you own it, the IRS has the authority to take it. Quick action is required when receiving a notice of a lien or levy.
If you have already received a notice, ensuring the proper steps are taken and addressing your situation quickly will provide the best solution, oftentimes you can negotiate a payment plan or levy release. If you are looking for help, Schedule a Consultation with me and I will handle all communication with the IRS on your behalf.


If you miss a tax deadline, the IRS may impose tax penalties until you pay your tax bill in full.

A Penalty Abatement program allows you to avoid paying fines for not submitting your taxes, not paying them on time or making an error. When you work with a tax resolution specialist like me, I will look into your situation and help with the reduction, or in some cases, elimination of the penalties.

Taxpayers who can’t afford to pay their back taxes in full may be eligible for an Offer In Compromise. This agreement allows you to settle with the IRS or state tax authorities for a fraction of what you owe. Negotiating an Offer In Compromise can be time-consuming and difficult. If you want to know if you are eligible for an Offer In Compromise Schedule a Consultation and I will help determine if you qualify and then can deal with the IRS for you. If you’re not qualified, I will assist you in finding other options.

If you owe taxes, as a creditor, the IRS is legally entitled to any money you’ve worked for. Wage garnishment occurs when a creditor orders your employer to seize money from your paycheck and give the withheld money to whom you owe the money.

The IRS sends you a letter informing you of their intention before the wage garnishment. This notice allows you to connect with me for a solution to the problem before it happens.

If the IRS Wage Garnishment is already in place, I can help advise you on getting the garnishment released.

Neglecting to pay payroll taxes can incur steep fines, interest rates and even criminal charges if you do not address them quickly. Payroll taxes include employer collection of federal taxes, as well as the employee portion of Social Security and Medicare tax and remittance of those funds to the IRS.

If this is you, Schedule a Consultation and I will assess your case and advise on the best plan of action to protect you and deal with the IRS.

I’m here in Ohio and work directly with you to find the best solution for your unique tax problems. You’ll always deal with me, not an assistant or salesperson. During my years at the IRS, I’ve worked with all the national tax relief companies and know they don’t have your best interests at heart and what’s worse, they don’t have the real expertise to get you the help you need.
As an insider, I don’t fear the IRS. I will talk, meet and negotiate with the IRS for a permanent solution to your tax troubles. I work as an advocate so that you and those you love can have a future free from the stress and worry of tax debt.

Still have questions?

Schedule a free consultation now and I’ll take the time to answer any additional questions you might have and provide you with a no obligation plan to help get the IRS off your back so you can get back to a good nights rest.