We offer a number of tax resolution services to get you out of trouble and keep you out of trouble with the IRS.
- Offer in compromise
- Wage and bank levy releases
- Installment agreements
- Stay of collections
- Filing for “currently non-collectible” status
- Trust Fund Recovery Penalty ( TFRP) issues
- Federal tax lien releases
- Tax planning and advice
With this IRS program, a qualified taxpayer may be able to settle their tax debt for less than the total amount owed. RSH Tax Service will assess your situation and tell you if you qualify, and if so, how much you can expect to pay. If you do qualify, RSH Tax service will conduct negotiations with the IRS on your behalf to lower your total outstanding tax debt.
If the IRS has obtained a levy against your wages or bank accounts, you may not be able to access money to pay your bills and other necessities. RSH Tax Service can negotiate to help “release” these funds from the IRS and return them to you in just a matter of days. We also work to secure an “Offer in Compromise and/or Installment Agreements” or apply for “Currently Non-collectible” status, if appropriate.
If you are unable to pay your total tax liability up front, RSH Tax Service can work on your behalf with the IRS to put your case on a installment agreement to pay in smaller increments over an extended period of time.
After contracting with RSH Tax service to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, we may be able to “stay” any IRS collections on your wages and bank accounts. This means that during the negotiation process , you may be eligible for temporary immunity from any attempt by the IRS to collect your outstanding tax debt.
If a taxpayer is truly unable to pay their outstanding tax debt, RSH Tax Service can negotiate with the IRS to discontinue collection ( placing the tax payer in “Currently Non-Collectible” status) until a future date when the taxpayer should prove to be financially solvent.
Business that do not properly collect and pay their employees’ payroll trust fund taxes (also called FICA Taxes) may find themselves in hot water with the IRS. RSH Tax Service can help you get out of trouble. This Penalty is also commonly referred as the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (or TFRP).
If the IRS places a lien on your property, you are generally permitted to have it withdrawn by entering an Installment Agreement. RSH Tax Service can help you successfully exchange the lien for an installment Agreement.
Every year, millions of Americans find themselves in trouble with the IRS and are left wondering how to structure their lives and businesses so as to avoid further trouble and plan for their future.
RSH Tax Service provides the tools and knowledge to get you out of trouble and to keep you out of trouble.
It all start with consulting with an Enrolled Agent , so come in to our office or contact us for us to assess your situation and needs