Offer In Compromise

The first notice of tax liability received can cause a lot of unpleasant feelings and stress in an individual’s life.  The best advice anyone can give for taxpayers that owe federal or state tax liability is to get help on these issues.  Community Tax, with a well-trained team of experts in the field of income taxes, has the experience necessary to get personalized resolutions for its clients.  Some of these clients qualify for an Offer in Compromise, which settles a tax balance at a fraction of the original amount.

Offers in Compromise are not the easiest path to take to tax liability settlement.  The process can take a long time, compared to some others, and requires a detailed look at a taxpayer’s finances.  However, if the IRS will accept the offer, it’s often worth it for the incredible discount provided through this method of resolution.  That’s why hiring tax practitioners who know how to negotiate with tax agencies, like those at Community Tax, is the most effective way to increase your chances of Offer in Compromise acceptance.

Recently, Community Tax has worked with clients to reduce a total of over $1,000,000 in tax dues to under $100,000.  These ten people saved over $900,000 thanks to their partnership with our hardworking tax negotiators, case processors, case managers and other resolution experts.   The table on display here outlines the details of each client’s case.  The columns show the agency the individual owed, the amount of their original balance, the Offer in Compromise settlement and the total savings in their case.  We’ve also included the names of some of the team members that helped the taxpayers get their resolution approved.  We’ve removed our clients’ last names for privacy purposes.

Agency Tax Balance Settlement Savings Client Name Practitioner Case Processor
Federal $8,829.00 $500.00 $8,329.00 Charles Irina Cedano Daniel Verastegui
Federal $243,898.00 $500.00 $243,398.00 Joy Jeremy Brunner Emily Brisseau
Federal $29,511.00 $500.00 $29,011.00 Inez Jeremy Brunner Angela Davis
Federal $37,578.00 $1,984.00 $35,594.00 Daniel Jennifer Schaffer Kevin Karpiel
State of Georgia $133,433.00 $72,000.00 $61,433.00 Charles Daniel Urban Daniel Urban
Federal $163,171.00 $500.00 $162,671.00 Jose Daniel Kattan Angela Davis
Federal $15,264.00 $500.00 $14,764.00 Francisco Irina Cedano Angela Davis
Federal $169,871.00 $500.00 $169,371.00 Steven Jeremy Brunner Daniel Kattan
Federal $130,793.00 $19,206.00 $111,587.00 Doina Robert Kitson Robert Kitson
Federal $103,788.00 $500.00 $103,288.00 Jose Marek Grabowski Daniel Kattan
Total $1,036,136.00 $96,690.00 $939,446.00

As you can see, the settlement balances range from approximately $500 to thousands of dollars.  This agreed upon resolution is a result of many factors, such as finances, that the IRS takes into account.  The payments made from Offers in Compromise are mostly done in lump sum payments as part of the agreement between the taxpayer and the tax agency.  Once the balance is completely paid, the taxpayer’s only remaining responsibility is to stay compliant with all future tax returns.  They have to file and pay all future tax returns and estimated tax payments by their deadlines.  Doing this will prevent any further trouble with their taxes.

No tax liability is easy to get rid of.  Trying to tackle a process like the Offer in Compromise can be very difficult to handle alone and will decrease chances of it being accepted by the appropriate tax agency.  If you are looking to get rid of your tax dues once and for all, call an expert with the training and experience to help you get the best possible settlement in your case.  The staff of Community Tax works hard to place their clients in a fitting resolution program and sees it through to the end.  Make a single phone call today and you could be on the way to federal and state liability freedom!

Offer In Compromise

The first notice of tax liability received can cause a lot of unpleasant feelings and stress in an individual’s life.  The best advice anyone can give for taxpayers that owe federal or state tax liability is to get help on these issues.  Community Tax, with a well-trained team of experts in the field of income taxes, has the experience necessary to get personalized resolutions for its clients.  Some of these clients qualify for an Offer in Compromise, which settles a tax balance at a fraction of the original amount.

Offers in Compromise are not the easiest path to take to tax liability settlement.  The process can take a long time, compared to some others, and requires a detailed look at a taxpayer’s finances.  However, if the IRS will accept the offer, it’s often worth it for the incredible discount provided through this method of resolution.  That’s why hiring tax practitioners who know how to negotiate with tax agencies, like those at Community Tax, is the most effective way to increase your chances of Offer in Compromise acceptance.

Recently, Community Tax has worked with clients to reduce a total of over $1,000,000 in tax dues to under $100,000.  These ten people saved over $900,000 thanks to their partnership with our hardworking tax negotiators, case processors, case managers and other resolution experts.   The table on display here outlines the details of each client’s case.  The columns show the agency the individual owed, the amount of their original balance, the Offer in Compromise settlement and the total savings in their case.  We’ve also included the names of some of the team members that helped the taxpayers get their resolution approved.  We’ve removed our clients’ last names for privacy purposes.

Agency Tax Balance Settlement Savings Client Name Practitioner Case Processor
Federal $8,829.00 $500.00 $8,329.00 Charles Irina Cedano Daniel Verastegui
Federal $243,898.00 $500.00 $243,398.00 Joy Jeremy Brunner Emily Brisseau
Federal $29,511.00 $500.00 $29,011.00 Inez Jeremy Brunner Angela Davis
Federal $37,578.00 $1,984.00 $35,594.00 Daniel Jennifer Schaffer Kevin Karpiel
State of Georgia $133,433.00 $72,000.00 $61,433.00 Charles Daniel Urban Daniel Urban
Federal $163,171.00 $500.00 $162,671.00 Jose Daniel Kattan Angela Davis
Federal $15,264.00 $500.00 $14,764.00 Francisco Irina Cedano Angela Davis
Federal $169,871.00 $500.00 $169,371.00 Steven Jeremy Brunner Daniel Kattan
Federal $130,793.00 $19,206.00 $111,587.00 Doina Robert Kitson Robert Kitson
Federal $103,788.00 $500.00 $103,288.00 Jose Marek Grabowski Daniel Kattan
Total $1,036,136.00 $96,690.00 $939,446.00

As you can see, the settlement balances range from approximately $500 to thousands of dollars.  This agreed upon resolution is a result of many factors, such as finances, that the IRS takes into account.  The payments made from Offers in Compromise are mostly done in lump sum payments as part of the agreement between the taxpayer and the tax agency.  Once the balance is completely paid, the taxpayer’s only remaining responsibility is to stay compliant with all future tax returns.  They have to file and pay all future tax returns and estimated tax payments by their deadlines.  Doing this will prevent any further trouble with their taxes.

No tax liability is easy to get rid of.  Trying to tackle a process like the Offer in Compromise can be very difficult to handle alone and will decrease chances of it being accepted by the appropriate tax agency.  If you are looking to get rid of your tax dues once and for all, call an expert with the training and experience to help you get the best possible settlement in your case.  The staff of Community Tax works hard to place their clients in a fitting resolution program and sees it through to the end.  Make a single phone call today and you could be on the way to federal and state liability freedom!

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Offer In Compromise

The first notice of tax liability received can cause a lot of unpleasant feelings and stress in an individual’s life.  The best advice anyone can give for taxpayers that owe federal or state tax liability is to get help on these issues.  Community Tax, with a well-trained team of experts in the field of income taxes, has the experience necessary to get personalized resolutions for its clients.  Some of these clients qualify for an Offer in Compromise, which settles a tax balance at a fraction of the original amount.

Offers in Compromise are not the easiest path to take to tax liability settlement.  The process can take a long time, compared to some others, and requires a detailed look at a taxpayer’s finances.  However, if the IRS will accept the offer, it’s often worth it for the incredible discount provided through this method of resolution.  That’s why hiring tax practitioners who know how to negotiate with tax agencies, like those at Community Tax, is the most effective way to increase your chances of Offer in Compromise acceptance.

Recently, Community Tax has worked with clients to reduce a total of over $1,000,000 in tax dues to under $100,000.  These ten people saved over $900,000 thanks to their partnership with our hardworking tax negotiators, case processors, case managers and other resolution experts.   The table on display here outlines the details of each client’s case.  The columns show the agency the individual owed, the amount of their original balance, the Offer in Compromise settlement and the total savings in their case.  We’ve also included the names of some of the team members that helped the taxpayers get their resolution approved.  We’ve removed our clients’ last names for privacy purposes.

Agency Tax Balance Settlement Savings Client Name Practitioner Case Processor
Federal $8,829.00 $500.00 $8,329.00 Charles Irina Cedano Daniel Verastegui
Federal $243,898.00 $500.00 $243,398.00 Joy Jeremy Brunner Emily Brisseau
Federal $29,511.00 $500.00 $29,011.00 Inez Jeremy Brunner Angela Davis
Federal $37,578.00 $1,984.00 $35,594.00 Daniel Jennifer Schaffer Kevin Karpiel
State of Georgia $133,433.00 $72,000.00 $61,433.00 Charles Daniel Urban Daniel Urban
Federal $163,171.00 $500.00 $162,671.00 Jose Daniel Kattan Angela Davis
Federal $15,264.00 $500.00 $14,764.00 Francisco Irina Cedano Angela Davis
Federal $169,871.00 $500.00 $169,371.00 Steven Jeremy Brunner Daniel Kattan
Federal $130,793.00 $19,206.00 $111,587.00 Doina Robert Kitson Robert Kitson
Federal $103,788.00 $500.00 $103,288.00 Jose Marek Grabowski Daniel Kattan
Total $1,036,136.00 $96,690.00 $939,446.00

As you can see, the settlement balances range from approximately $500 to thousands of dollars.  This agreed upon resolution is a result of many factors, such as finances, that the IRS takes into account.  The payments made from Offers in Compromise are mostly done in lump sum payments as part of the agreement between the taxpayer and the tax agency.  Once the balance is completely paid, the taxpayer’s only remaining responsibility is to stay compliant with all future tax returns.  They have to file and pay all future tax returns and estimated tax payments by their deadlines.  Doing this will prevent any further trouble with their taxes.

No tax liability is easy to get rid of.  Trying to tackle a process like the Offer in Compromise can be very difficult to handle alone and will decrease chances of it being accepted by the appropriate tax agency.  If you are looking to get rid of your tax dues once and for all, call an expert with the training and experience to help you get the best possible settlement in your case.  The staff of Community Tax works hard to place their clients in a fitting resolution program and sees it through to the end.  Make a single phone call today and you could be on the way to federal and state liability freedom!

Offer In Compromise

The first notice of tax liability received can cause a lot of unpleasant feelings and stress in an individual’s life.  The best advice anyone can give for taxpayers that owe federal or state tax liability is to get help on these issues.  Community Tax, with a well-trained team of experts in the field of income taxes, has the experience necessary to get personalized resolutions for its clients.  Some of these clients qualify for an Offer in Compromise, which settles a tax balance at a fraction of the original amount.

Offers in Compromise are not the easiest path to take to tax liability settlement.  The process can take a long time, compared to some others, and requires a detailed look at a taxpayer’s finances.  However, if the IRS will accept the offer, it’s often worth it for the incredible discount provided through this method of resolution.  That’s why hiring tax practitioners who know how to negotiate with tax agencies, like those at Community Tax, is the most effective way to increase your chances of Offer in Compromise acceptance.

Recently, Community Tax has worked with clients to reduce a total of over $1,000,000 in tax dues to under $100,000.  These ten people saved over $900,000 thanks to their partnership with our hardworking tax negotiators, case processors, case managers and other resolution experts.   The table on display here outlines the details of each client’s case.  The columns show the agency the individual owed, the amount of their original balance, the Offer in Compromise settlement and the total savings in their case.  We’ve also included the names of some of the team members that helped the taxpayers get their resolution approved.  We’ve removed our clients’ last names for privacy purposes.

Agency Tax Balance Settlement Savings Client Name Practitioner Case Processor
Federal $8,829.00 $500.00 $8,329.00 Charles Irina Cedano Daniel Verastegui
Federal $243,898.00 $500.00 $243,398.00 Joy Jeremy Brunner Emily Brisseau
Federal $29,511.00 $500.00 $29,011.00 Inez Jeremy Brunner Angela Davis
Federal $37,578.00 $1,984.00 $35,594.00 Daniel Jennifer Schaffer Kevin Karpiel
State of Georgia $133,433.00 $72,000.00 $61,433.00 Charles Daniel Urban Daniel Urban
Federal $163,171.00 $500.00 $162,671.00 Jose Daniel Kattan Angela Davis
Federal $15,264.00 $500.00 $14,764.00 Francisco Irina Cedano Angela Davis
Federal $169,871.00 $500.00 $169,371.00 Steven Jeremy Brunner Daniel Kattan
Federal $130,793.00 $19,206.00 $111,587.00 Doina Robert Kitson Robert Kitson
Federal $103,788.00 $500.00 $103,288.00 Jose Marek Grabowski Daniel Kattan
Total $1,036,136.00 $96,690.00 $939,446.00

As you can see, the settlement balances range from approximately $500 to thousands of dollars.  This agreed upon resolution is a result of many factors, such as finances, that the IRS takes into account.  The payments made from Offers in Compromise are mostly done in lump sum payments as part of the agreement between the taxpayer and the tax agency.  Once the balance is completely paid, the taxpayer’s only remaining responsibility is to stay compliant with all future tax returns.  They have to file and pay all future tax returns and estimated tax payments by their deadlines.  Doing this will prevent any further trouble with their taxes.

No tax liability is easy to get rid of.  Trying to tackle a process like the Offer in Compromise can be very difficult to handle alone and will decrease chances of it being accepted by the appropriate tax agency.  If you are looking to get rid of your tax dues once and for all, call an expert with the training and experience to help you get the best possible settlement in your case.  The staff of Community Tax works hard to place their clients in a fitting resolution program and sees it through to the end.  Make a single phone call today and you could be on the way to federal and state liability freedom!

Get a personal consultation.

By entering your phone number and clicking the “Get Started” button, you provide your electronic signature and consent for Community Tax LLC or its service providers to contact you with information and offers at the phone number provided using an automated system, pre-recorded messages, and/or text messages. Consent is not required as a condition of purchase. Message and data rates may apply.