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IRS Problems


  • You haven’t filed your tax returns

  • You owe Back Taxes

  • Payroll Tax Problems

  • Have you received notice of an IRS tax lien?

  • Is the IRS threatening levies against your assets?

  • Has the IRS implemented a Wage Garnishment against you?

  • Is the IRS threatening property seizures? IRS Solutions

  • Do you want to arrange an Offer in Compromise for money you owe the IRS?

  • Do you need to arrange an IRS Payment Plan?

  • Are you thinking of contacting the IRS bankruptcy department?

  • Do you think you qualify for debt spousal tax debt relief?

  • Would you like to see your IRS File? IRS Problems Non-filed Tax Returns Failing to file your tax returns is a criminal offense.

If you do not file, you can be prosecuted and punished with potential jail time - one year for each year not filed. Savoy Tax Resolutions Services can give you the peace of mind you deserve by helping your legal compliance. If you voluntarily file your delinquent returns you’ll likely avoid further problems other than having to pay the actual taxes, interest and penalties.

When Savoy proactively files your delinquent returns, we ensure that you receive the deductions you are entitled to. Before other steps can be taken to resolve the problems caused by non-filing, you must first be compliant (current). Once we review your records, we’ll set a course of action to bring you in compliance both now and keep you there in the future. Back Tax Returns You filed your returns but didn’t have the money to pay what was owed and perhaps you thought you could catch up the following tax year. Before you realized it you were several years in arrears and received a notice from the IRS, stating that you owe three or four times the original amount. While you can choose to wait until the IRS catches up with you, that’s not the wisest course of action.

It’s much better to seek the help you need from Savoy. We offer several options when it comes to resolving unpaid taxes. Payroll Tax Problems Because it is withheld from their earnings, the IRS views failing to pay payroll taxes as tantamount to stealing your employees’ money. As a result, penalties for failing to pay your payroll taxes or filing your payroll tax returns late may be more severe than many other types of penalties. Those penalties can drastically multiply the amount you owe in a very short time. If you are behind on your payroll taxes, we strongly advise against meeting with the IRS on your own. How you answer their initial questions can determine a great deal about the disposition of your case.

We can help! 

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