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Are you struggling with your tax liability and feeling overwhelmed? Are you looking for a reliable, professional solution to help you get back on track? Then look no further than Community Tax! Our team of experienced tax professionals are dedicated to helping taxpayers resolve their tax liability issues in an efficient and effective manner. With our comprehensive range of tax services, we offer personalized solutions tailored to both individuals and business owners. Whether you need help understanding the tax laws, filing delinquent returns, owe payroll taxes, or negotiating an installment agreement or offer in compromise with the IRS, we can provide the assistance you need.

Our Tax Resolution Process

Step 1: Consultation

Our tax professionals will hear your case and provide you a free financial analysis discussing the best potential resolutions to your burdensome tax issue. We understand the pressure you face and how to turn your situation around, in order to protect your financial health..

Step 2: Investigation

Our Investigation process begins by filing a Tax Authorization Information Form 8821 with the IRS and/or the appropriate form for the state taxing authority on your behalf in order to obtain a complete record of your account. Then we can track records, build a financial profile, and make the necessary inquiries that will lead to a faster case resolution on your behalf. Our tax experts will contact you to discuss the best way to address the problem.

Step 3: Tax Resolution

The resolution phase of our process begins by gathering more in depth financial information and documentation in order to prepare an in-depth proposal for submission to the IRS and/or State. Our team is here for you and our goal is to not only fix your tax issues, but to keep you tax liability free in the future.

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When Should You Hire a Tax Professional?

As soon as you receive your first notice that you have outstanding taxes on your tax record. Our tax resolution specialists know your time is valuable. Let our team lead you to a faster case resolution and save you both time and money. As we remind all our prospective clients, rest assured that the IRS is willing to work with you.

A number of Community Tax’s IRS practitioners are tax attorneys. An attorney is also granted the right to represent taxpayers before the IRS and the majority of state taxing authorities. Our tax practitioners have tens of years of combined tax resolution experience for business owners and individuals. All of our tax practitioners that are attorneys have gone through the infamously long and rigorous educational process of law school and passed the bar exam to gain a Juris Doctor. Our team is skilled in aiding individuals, business owners, and organizations at all levels of government, including federal, state, local, and international tax issues. At Community Tax, our Practitioners come from various backgrounds and possess different skill sets. From representation of U.S. Veterans, to legislative analysis for the Puerto Rico House of Representatives, to Chief Judge appointments and legal services to the elderly, and much more, our Tax Practitoners licensed as attorneys often have experience in many fields and can bring a unique set of skills to your case.

If you receive a notice in the mail from the IRS, it is in your best interest to respond right away, either with payment or to open negotiations on a payment plan. If you don’t, you’ll likely receive a Notice of Intent to Levy, the first step toward asset seizure, including bank accounts and even business assets to pay off your tax liability. This is never a pleasant situation—although you do have 30 days to respond as stated by the letter. Trust our professional tax representation team to step in the middle of the levy process for you.

What We Offer

Community Tax offers these types of liability resolutions:

Installment Agreements

An installment agreement (IA) is a method of tax resolution that allows an individual to pay off their balance over a period typically ranging from 6 months to ten years.

Offers in Compromise

Taxpayers that are not currently in financial hardship, but may be very close to that threshold, may be able to qualify for an Offer In Compromise (OIC).

Penalty Abatement

Penalties can quickly turn a tax liability situation from bad to worse. With our penalty abatement assistance, the added penalties to tax obligations may be removed

Currently Not Collectible Status

Taxpayers that are struggling with financial hardship may be able to completely relieve their IRS liability. Currently Not Collectible Status removes taxpayer balances from IRS active collections.

Stair Step Agreement

This form of Installment Agreement exists to allow taxpayers to finish payment on a large expense, such as a car loan or child support payments.

Streamlined Installment Agreement

This type of installment agreement comes with a couple of strict guidelines that determine an individual’s eligibility.

Partial Pay Installment Agreement

PPIA is a bit more complicated to manage from a records perspective, but can save taxpayers a substantial amount on their tax balances.

Conditional Expense Installment Agreement

As one of the more accommodating agreements, the CIA allows taxpayers to continue paying a long-term monthly bill or expense(s) while still addressing their tax liability problems.

Traditional Installment Agreement

This straight-forward payment method is a simple installment plan in which the taxpayer settles their entire tax liability over many payments.

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