Tax Debt Attorneys

By: Max Bellamy

Tax debt attorneys advise tax defaulters or tax creditors, or go to court on their on their behalf. Tax debts might be incurred by the defaulter due to financial problems like layoffs, divorce, prolonged unemployment, illness, or accidents. Tax debt attorneys work on how to get a good deal for their clients who have unpaid tax dues.

Sometimes, taxes accumulate if you don't pay regularly, don't file returns, or the tax return is filed by the IRS but tax is not paid. Adding to that, the penalties levied on accumulated taxes can make the situation even worse. Since it is difficult to get tax debts completely waived, a good debt tax attorney can help decide what is the best method of paying up, and negotiate on the behalf of the IRS so that some relief can be granted to the defaulter. Since voluntary disclosure of tax dues or a genuine problem in clearing them go a long way in getting some consideration for the client, a debt attorney looks for mitigating circumstances that can stand in favor of his client. Filing for bankruptcy should be the last option, and taking your tax debt attorney into confidence will help you avoid such a drastic step.

The "Offers in Compromise" program is where the federal government reaches a compromise by letting the defaulter pay part of the tax debt. A skilled tax attorney must negotiate with the IRS and get the best possible deal for his client. Payments can be made in installments, and your tax attorney will guide you through the difficult process of negotiating an installment plan that suits your financial state.

Timely advice from your debt tax attorney will help you avoid garnished wages, confiscation of property, bankruptcy, and prison.

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