Press Release Summary: Tax Matters Solutions works with their clients to clear up tax problems and irs debt.
Press Release Body: No matter how large your tax issue, you can resolve it. The associates at Tax Matters Solutions have helped clients who
. Had never kept any financial paperwork: no checks, no receipts, no bills . Had no accounting system whatsoever . Owed over a million dollars in back taxes . Were about to lose their home and all their personal property . Had their wages garnished . Hadn't filed taxes in over 15 years . Had no means to repay the IRS
Each of these problems was resolved and all of these clients cleared their files completely with the IRS: all paperwork in order; all accounting up to date.
If you have a large problem, there are many things you can do to eliminate the problem.
1. Find all your information. Make a list of where you've worked. Make a list of your mortgage companies. Make a list of charitable organizations. Look for the have original corresponding information. 2. Make sure that what you've filed in the past was correct. You can always check the notices the IRS has sent you in the mail. 3. Hire someone. Accountants may cost you some dollars, but their extensive knowledge of the tax code and the IRS can save you an enormous amount of money by minimizing your tax liability. 4. Educate yourself on your problem. Search the internet. Research your specific problem: "Haven't filed returns;" or "Owe payroll taxes." Education will help you relax. (A lot of people think that if they owe money the IRS is going to punish them. Not so. Owing taxes is a common problem, not punishable by jail-term or public humiliation.) Education will also help minimize your accounting fee. 5. Respond in a timely fashion to your tax professional in the format he or she asks for. If you can't find some information, ask for help. There's a way to get all the information you need. 6. Focus on one step at a time. Yes, you might have a huge problem and the mound of paperwork may seem insurmountable at first. But the larger the problem, the more each tiny step will offer you psychological relief and lead you back to peace of mind. 7. Set realistic goals. Understand that if you haven't filed a return in a decade you may not get penalties removed. If you've had no extenuating circumstances, you may owe the entire bill. But, even the largest bill is payable over time, and the IRS will work with you to create a payment plan you can handle. For example, one client of Associate Marc Jernigan owed $270,000. Initially he made payments of $350 a month. Once he grew comfortable with this, the payments increased to $700 a month and then finally $900. 8. If you have difficulty keeping up with your payment plan, ask for an extension. Remember, the IRS wants its money. They will help you give it to them. 9. Celebrate your successes. You filed your return for 1992? Celebrate. You contacted an employer for records? Congratulate yourself, because success leads to more success.
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