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Before Contacting the IRS, it may be wise to get a free case review from a tax resolution specialist. The fact is, when you contact the IRS yourself, you’re likely to speak to a front line collector. The front line collector’s sole responsibility is to collect your debt for the full amount as quickly as possible, not to settle your debt for considerably less, which is the goal of a tax resolution specialist.
We are experts at understanding what programs are available and how to qualify for them. We are also on the phone speaking with IRS settlement officers all day long and understand what to say as well as what not to say. We can’t be intimidated by IRS agents and know the Tax Code inside out. The IRS treats us very differently compared to a taxpayer who may be emotional and unsure of not only her rights but what programs are available.
Our tax team is composed of enrolled agents, certified public accountants, and tax resolution specialists whose goal is to obtain the best resolution possible for your specific situation.
Taking advantage of a free case review by a tax resolution professional can provide you with a fair and honest assessment of your IRS settlement options. Help remove your stress and take and let Fidelity Tax Relief take the IRS burden off your shoulders.
Fidelity Tax Relief is a small but dedicated firm of experts ready to help you resolve your tax problems. Learn why you should choose us as your representatives to the IRS.
Over 20 Years of Experience Dealing With The IRS
The tax professionals at Fidelity Tax Relief have more than 40 years of combined experience handling tax relief solutions for clients. They have successfully negotiated with the IRS and State Tax agencies on behalf of our clients to reduce tax liability, stop collection action, and find acceptable solutions for the client and the IRS for a variety of problems, including wage garnishment and back taxes.
Favorable Solutions for the Client
Using our Fidelity Resolution Model, we find solutions that are in the best interest of the client. Our unique five-step approach continually focuses on the client and his or her needs. It begins with the definition stage, where we learn more about the client’s tax problems. Then, we evaluate the current situation and analyze the data to develop the best resolution for the client. Once we have discussed the solution options with the client and obtain approval, we start the negotiation process until we have reached a favorable resolution. Our services do not end there; once the client is in compliance, we coach him or her on how to avoid facing similar problems in the future.
The Fidelity Resolution Model
Unlike many firms, Fidelity Tax Relief will conduct a complete investigation into your specific tax situation prior to enrolling you in our Resolution Program. Fidelity will earn your business during the Investigation phase and determine whether or not we can provide a beneficial solution before you pay any fees towards the Resolution phase.
Safe, Secure, and Transparent Process
At Fidelity Tax Relief, we recognize that we are handling sensitive information. That is why we use a very secure Specialized Tracking System to store our clients’ information that also helps us discover the best options for resolution. This program is similar to what the IRS uses for its own evaluation and assessment processes. We also keep our clients informed of the case status during every step of the resolution, including informing them of any IRS decisions.
Our business model is based on providing the best customer service possible to all our clients. We clearly state the expected outcome of the case before we start the process so that the client has a clear understanding of how we can help. Additionally, we assign our clients a dedicated Case Manager, who is there to answer any questions during any point in the process and ensure that everything is handled timely and appropriately. Our customer-centric business model values the client above everything else.
A tax levy allows the IRS to seize your property as a result of unpaid taxes. If you are worried about or faced with, a bank levy, Fidelity Tax Relief can help you. Take a moment to respond to a few simple questions so that we may connect you immediately to experienced tax relief professionals and lawyers – professionals who have already proven successful at removing countless bank levies.
Get a free tax relief consultation from tax relief professionals and lawyers to prevent potential bank levies, or remove existing bank levies. Get started by using a simple form:
Bank Levy Assistance
A bank levy occurs when the IRS orders your bank to seize the funds in your account and send them to the IRS as payment for back taxes owed. When taxpayers ignore IRS warnings or wait too long to respond to IRS collection letters, they run the real risk of having their bank account frozen and funds removed. Regardless of your tax situation, don’t wait for the IRS collection and enforcement action to get more serious. Get tax relief now for bank levy assistance.
Don’t take a chance; take action. If you or a loved one is suffering from tax debt, you have come to the right place. Our staff consists of a highly experienced and trained staff of certified tax specialists whose only mission is to remedy your IRS problems and get you back in good standing.
We want to support and guide you during this difficult time. Relief is possible!
You have several options for resolving your tax debt or other IRS problems. After collecting your information and evaluating your situation, the Tax Professionals at Fidelity Tax Relief will determine the best action to take for your unique circumstances. Your tax settlement could include one or more of the following:
Back Tax Filing and Compliance: When you do not file your taxes with the IRS, they eventually file them for you. This typically leads to you owing more than you should, contributing to a significant tax debt. At Fidelity Tax Relief, we can re-file your back taxes and reduce your tax liability as much as 90. We will also ensure that you are compliant with the IRS, which may also include negotiating a settlement for what you may still owe after re-filing.
Installment Agreements: Installment agreements are payment plans that help you pay off your tax debt over time, typically a period of five years. We can help you determine an amount of money that you can afford to pay each month and negotiate on your behalf with the IRS to set up an installment agreement based on this amount.
Removing Tax Levies or Liens: If the IRS has already taken collection action, such as a levy or lien, we can get it removed. There are several different options in place, including negotiating a settlement, that allows you to free your assets so that you can pay your tax debt and other financial obligations.
Stopping Wage Garnishments: One common collection action is wage garnishment, which can take a significant portion of your paycheck, leaving you in further financial difficulty. There are programs in place to stop the wage garnishment and find other resolutions for your tax debt.
Offer in Compromise: Under special circumstances, you can apply for an Offer in Compromise. In this situation, you will offer to pay a lower amount, which the IRS will accept to cover your entire tax debt. This type of resolution can be very difficult to get, as there are many requirements that you must meet. Our Tax Professionals can help you determine whether it is the right option for your situation.
Penalty Abatement: When you owe money to the IRS, you also accrue interest and penalty fees. For many people, it is the penalty fees rather than the tax debt that leads to difficulty. If you have reasonable cause for penalty abatement, you can remove it so you only have to pay your tax debt.
Currently Not Collectible: Currently Not Collectible is a special definition by the IRS that does not free you from your tax debt. However, it does suspend the IRS from being able to take any collection action or expecting payment. This is typically awarded due to financial hardship, and once you are in a better state, you will once again have to pay, including potential interest and penalties.
State Tax: Fidelity Tax Relief can also help you with your state tax problems by negotiating with the State Tax agencies. Some state collection authorities act before the IRS has a chance and create financial hardships that are intensified once the IRS takes action.