Help With Innocent Spouse Relief: Relief from Joint Liability
Do you need help with innocent spouse relief, equitable relief, or seperation of liabilty? Not sure if you qualify? Need help understanding the detailed requirements? We can help!
Our tax partners specialize in innocent spouse relief, and they know exactly what criteria you need to get your request accepted. Furthermore, our professionals can analyze your situation and let you know if you are a good candidate for relief. If you qualify, they can file all the documents and deal with the IRS and/or state for you.
If you are not a good candidate for innocent spouse relief, they can suggest other options for settling your taxes and resolving your problems with the IRS and/or State.
How a Tax Professional Can Help with Innocent Spouse Relief
A tax professional improves the chances that your request for relief will be accepted. Consequently, if your request is rejected, requesting relief for the same year(s) will be difficult. That’s why it’s important to file correctly the first time.
Here are some advantages to using a tax professional for innocent spouse relief help:
- The IRS and many states actually prefer working with a tax professional. As a result, tax professionals make the jobs of IRS/State employees easier.
- A tax professional can stop collection activities such as wage garnishment or asset seizure. Realize, that as soon as the professional puts in your application for relief, all collection activity stops.
- A tax professional can help you decide if your request for relief is likely to get approved and can help you with the process.
- Tax professionals understand all the rules and requirements. You don’t have to worry about reading confusing instructions and filling out long forms.
How Our Innocent Spouse Relief Service Works
First and foremost, fill out the form and receive a free, no-obligation consultation to determine if you are a great candidate for Innocent Spouse Relief, Equitable Relief, or Separation of Liability relief. The consultation carries no obligation. Additionally, it includes a tax investigation free of charge. Specifically, the investigation will confirm what you owe, penalties and interest assessed, as well as any required tax return filings. Finally, a tax professional will provide guidance on tax programs you may want to pursue.
Second, you will obtain a cost estimate for the tax services needed to get into compliance and into a resolution with the IRS and/or State. Moreover, you will receive a free estimate. This estimate will break down the services required to get you into compliance and into a resolution with the IRS and/or State.
Third, if you decide you want the tax services, 3 licensed tax professionals will be assigned to you via a power of attorney. Consequently, this process stops the IRS (and/or State if you submit a State POA) from contacting you and routes all communication through your hired tax team.
Fourth, your licensed tax team will file all required forms and documentation. You may need to retrieve certain documents required for your tax resolution or tax filing.