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Fidelity Tax Relief passionately believes in providing full protection and representation for its clients when dealing with an IRS or state tax problem. We service the entire United States from our headquarters in Orange County, California. To find out more, get in touch by visiting our contact page!

4 Reasons to Start the New Year Free of Your Tax Debt

Depending on your situation, there are several ways you could decrease your federal tax debt. For some, simply filing back taxes removes a significant portion of their debt — and it might even lead to a refund. For others, setting up an Installment Agreement makes their debt more manageable, even if it does not remove […]

By |December 28th, 2017|Tax Blog|1 Comment

Update on the 2017 Tax Reform Bill and How It Impacts You

On December 19, 2017, Congress voted to pass into law the 2017 tax reform bill, and three days later on the 22nd, President Trump signed it into law. It unites the two previous tax reform bills that passed through the House of Representatives and the Senate in November and December respectively, with a few small […]

By |December 26th, 2017|Tax Blog|1 Comment

4 Reasons Why the IRS Will Cancel Your Tax Relief Settlement

Fidelity Tax Relief offers a Free Tax Investigation. Don't procrastinate any longer, The IRS may owe you money. If you experienced a hardship then you may qualify for instant tax relief under a letter in compromise.
By |December 14th, 2017|Tax Blog|3 Comments

Is Tax Relief for Natural Disasters Really Going Away?

As Southern California started to burn last week, many news articles debuted and made their way around social media declaring that Congress was trying to get rid of tax relief for victims of wildfires. In today’s news environment, it becomes difficult to know what is accurate and what is not — especially when you read […]

By |December 12th, 2017|Tax Blog|1 Comment

Currently Not Collectible: Getting the IRS to Hold Off On Collective Action

Do you stare at your tax bill and have no idea how you will be able to pay any of it and afford your daily living expenses, even with an Installment Plan or personal loan? Well, the IRS has a program in place to help you out: Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status.

When the […]

By |December 7th, 2017|Tax Blog|1 Comment

The Latest on the 2017 Tax Reform Bill: What You Should Know

You have probably seen a lot of coverage lately about the new tax reform bill making its way through Congress. As of publication, the bill was passed in the House of Representatives and the Senate, bringing it that much closer to reality. However, it is not yet signed into law. Whether you love it or […]

By |December 5th, 2017|Tax Blog|0 Comments

How Filing Your Back Taxes Saves You Money

Have you heard that you can turn your tax debt into a refund? This might sound like a fairy tale, but it is true. When you file your outstanding tax returns, you can save a lot of money. In some situations, you might even find that you receive a refund instead of having to pay […]

By |November 30th, 2017|Tax Blog|0 Comments

Enjoy The Holidays This Year – Get Rid of Your Tax Debt

With the Thanksgiving holiday come and gone, the holiday season is in full force. With the expenses of presents, travel, parties, and festive food, the holidays are well known for being a costly time of year. When you already are drowning in federal tax debt, it can be hard to fully enjoy the holidays, especially […]

By |November 28th, 2017|Tax Blog|0 Comments

Can Your Ex-Spouse’s Tax Debt Affect You?

You have finally signed the divorce papers and you are free of your ex-spouse. Then, you find out that they owe back taxes to the IRS for a time period when you were still married. Now, you have to worry about having to pay the IRS money or lose your house, giving you one more […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Tax Blog|0 Comments

4 Reasons to Avoid an IRS Wage Garnishment

When you do not pay your federal tax debt, the IRS will take collective action. There are many steps involved before you find yourself with a wage garnishment. You receive the bill, you receive a lien, and then you will face a levy, which might come in the form of a wage garnishment. With each […]

By |November 14th, 2017|Tax Blog|0 Comments