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Aspen Tax Debt Attorney

Taxes are a part of life, especially once you start earning. You have to pay your taxes and other expenses on time or face legal consequences that can take a lot of money and time to resolve.

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But, if you find yourself unable to pay your taxes on time, you don’t need to panic. Although the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is known for being strict with deadlines and can be very persistent when trying to get people to pay their tax debt, they do offer tax debt relief programs to help taxpayers manage their issues.

If you don’t know which one works well for you, don’t hesitate to contact Defense Tax Partners. We have a great team of Aspen tax debt attorneys who can check your financial status and see which tax debt relief method works perfectly for you. We have a fantastic working relationship with the IRS, allowing us to determine what documents you need to submit and how to negotiate with them to have your request approved.

Call Defense Tax Partners at (720) 923-8636 for your Free Consultation with a Aspen Tax Debt Attorney!

Methods for Tax Debt Relief

Taxpayers have several options to settle their tax debt with the IRS. But, if you are uncertain which of these options work well for your financial situation, let our Aspen tax debt attorney assist you. Our attorneys will check your financial status and assist you in utilizing the right tax debt relief method that works for you.

Before we help you with the applications and negotiate with the IRS, we will explain what each option does and what requirements are needed to be considered.

Here are some of the tax debt relief methods we can explore to resolve your situation:

“Currently Not Collectible” Status

If for some reason, you won’t be able to pay your taxes on time, you may be able to request a “currently not collectible” status with the IRS. To apply for this status, you need to show the IRS why you can’t pay on time, and if they approve, they will not collect your taxes for a year to give you time to collect the funds to pay your taxes. Our team can check with the IRS if they will allow your request and negotiate with them.

Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy may also alleviate your tax debt for a bit and get it resolved without further penalties. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your tax debt will be eliminated. Meanwhile, Chapter 13 bankruptcy entails having to pay the tax debt paid in installments in a set amount. We can help you prepare the documents needed to file for either one of these bankruptcy statuses and negotiate with the IRS to approve your request.

Innocent Spouse Relief

For separated or divorced spouses who don’t want to be held liable if the IRS finds any issues with their ex-spouse’s taxes, they can request innocent spouse relief. Under this claim, you will not be asked by the IRS to pay your ex-spouse’s tax debt or be liable for any tax offense they may have committed.

You may also apply for this status even if you are married and file your taxes jointly. It would free you from any suspicion if your spouse made some errors on their side of the tax declaration.

Installment Plans

If you want to pay your tax debt in installments, you may negotiate with the IRS for an installment plan. We can handle the negotiations for you and present the documents the IRS needs to approve your request. The IRS does offer several types of installment plans and provisions taxpayers can opt for if it matches their financial situation and capacity.

“Offer in Compromise” Program

If you are unable to pay off your tax debt in full but are willing to pay even a small amount due to your financial situation, you may be qualified for the “Offer in Compromise” program. The IRS will check your financial situation to check if you qualify for the program and determine the amount that will be ok to sort out your tax bill even if it is not in full.

Tax Debt Relief Options

There are a lot of tax debt relief options available for taxpayers to consider if they are having problems paying their tax debt in full. Fortunately, we at Defense Tax Partners can guide you through these options and recommend the best option for your financial situation.

tax settlement and tax levyOur attorneys will also educate you to help you with your taxes, preventing other similar issues from happening in the future. We have experience in dealing with any type of taxpayer issue, as well as specialization in both state and federal tax law.

Down below is a shortlist of legal services we offer at Defense Tax Partners:

1. Tax Preparation
2. Audit Representation
3. Tax Resolution
4. Tax Lien Removal
5. Bank Levy Removal
6. Offer in Compromise
7. Innocent Spouse
8. Wage Garnishment Removal
9. Passport Reinstatement

The longer you prolong paying off your tax debt, the more legal implications you may end up facing in the future. Our Aspen tax debt attorney can assess the situation and build a strategy that will help you with your tax debt. We will be with you every step of the way, so you don’t get confused whenever we act to achieve the best resolution for the tax case.

Let’s Talk Now – Free Consultation

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If you want to get help with your tax debt, don’t hesitate to contact our Aspen tax law firm today to get started.

Once you let us know about your financial situation, we will immediately plan a strong legal strategy that will resolve your tax debt and we can use to negotiate with the IRS. We will also clear any issues you may have about your taxes and guide you through each step we take to help you achieve financial freedom and security. Call us today to find out more about our tax legal services and how we can help.

Call Defense Tax Partners at (720) 923-8636 for your Free Consultation with a Aspen Tax Debt Attorney!