IRS Trouble Solvers™ represents individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service and various State Department of Revenues. Our local tax resolution specialists, which include attorneys, enrolled agents, and Certified Public Accountants’s have successfully resolved tax problems for individuals and businesses since 1991. We represent clients in the Chicago area as well as all over the United States and some U.S. expatriates living overseas. Our experienced team of tax lawyers, enrolled agents, and Certified Public Accountants assist clients with unfiled tax returns and all types of unpaid tax liabilities and penalties.
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A wage or bank levy can leave you financially devastated if you do not take immediate action. Whether you have received a Notice of Intent to Levy or you are currently under a wage levy or bank levy, IRS Trouble Solvers™ can help. IRS Trouble Solvers™ has obtained the release of thousands of wage and bank levies for their clients, helping solve their tax problems and financial woes. With skill and experience, IRS Trouble Solvers™ can represent you in dealing with IRS levies on your accounts.Wage Levy Bank Levy
If you owe money to the IRS, but cannot pay it all right away, IRS Trouble Solvers™ can determine if an installment agreement is right for you. An installment agreement allows a taxpayer to pay his or her liability over time in convenient monthly payments. There are new exciting programs under the IRS Fresh Start Program that offer different types of installment agreements that might work for your personal situation. Let IRS Trouble Solvers™ help you negotiate the most affordable payment plan.Pay Over Time
An IRS Offer in Compromise allows you to cut a deal with the IRS to pay less than what you owe Not all taxpayers are eligible, but IRS Trouble Solvers™ will perform a thorough financial analysis to determine your eligibility for an Offer in Compromise and will then negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.Offer in Compromise