TaxDebtHelp.com Resource Center
TaxDebtHelp.com has all the available resources needed for handling IRS and state tax problems. Owing taxes can be intimidating and stressful. Therefore, we specialize in providing helpful information and connections with professionals to eliminate the stress and make the process of resolving your taxes as easy as it can be. This resource center and articles on this site can educate you more on your tax problems so that you can make more informed decisions.
Forms needed for various filings with the IRS to settle taxes.
Owing taxes can be extremely complicated depending on your tax situation and financial situation. Many times it suggested you hire a tax professional when resolving your tax problems. Understand how the process works and what to expect from the tax firm you decide to choose.
Common questions and answers related to various tax problems and solutions.
Information on various federal tax filings including amending returns, extensions, power of attorney, installment agreements, offers in compromise and more.
The IRS launched the Fresh Start Initiative back in 2011 to make it easier for delinquent taxpayers to get back into good standing with the IRS. Since the launch, the IRS has made many updates. The initiative is a collection of IRS collection changes that make it easier to get your debt resolved. Contained within are the details on each of the laws and how they work to make getting back into compliance easier than before.
The IRS represents one of the most potent collection agencies in the world. They have priority over other creditors, and they can garnish wages, levy bank accounts, and seize real property. Understand how IRS tax collections work, common notices they send, and various options you have as a taxpayer.
The IRS leverages a system called the Automated Collection System (ACS) to pursue delinquent taxpayers. The ACS represents a significant call center whereby IRS agents send out notices, contact taxpayers, and help resolve cases for delinquent taxpayers. Get a better understanding of the IRS’s ACS by visiting the link above.
The IRS began to leverage private debt collectors (PDCs) in 2017, and Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act authorizes this process. The IRS assigned private tax debt collectors to “inactive” accounts, and the IRS hired a total of four companies to pursue delinquent taxpayers. Get a better understanding of the accounts assigned to PDCs, the four companies involved, and some of the concerns or dangers associated with them.
The IRS Automated Collection System (ACS) handles most delinquent taxpayer accounts. However, in some instances, the IRS assigns revenue officers to a case. Understand the difference between ACS and a revenue officer, what authority Revenue Officers have, and what to do if an IRS Revenue Officer contacts you.