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For over 25 years, Tax Debt Strategies has been shielding and providing tax relief for hard-working taxpayers, just like you, from the IRS. We will defend and resolve your tax debt - Schedule your free confidential consultation today!
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Tax Debt Strategies provides tax debt relief from the IRS.

We specialize in shielding our clients from the IRS. Just as each of our clients are unique, every tax case is different.We provide tax relief help for your case.  We have worked with businesses and personal accounts for years.

Having the IRS take a chunk of your paycheck is never fun. In most cases we can get the wage garnishment released quickly, sometimes in the very same day you call us. With our help you’ll never have to worry about the IRS again.

Wage garnishment is when the IRS orders your employer to withhold a portion of your paycheck until your debt is paid off. This can make your life terrible – some of our clients couldn’t even pay their bills because of this, yet alone live a normal life. The worst part, your employer has no choice in this matter—and the IRS may seize as much as 75% of your pay.

While it’s illegal for an employer to fire an employee due to wage garnishment, it never good to hear about an employee’s tax problems.

A wage garnishment release may be the solution for you.

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For those whose taxes are incorrectly assessed by the IRS, or those who can’t pay back what they owe, an “offer in compromise” may be the best solution. Contact us today to find out if you qualify for an OIC.

An OIC can be a real lifesaver for those who can’t fully pay off their tax debt.

In simple terms, an Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a crafted compromise that cuts down the total amount paid to the IRS— with experienced tax professionals like us we can minimize the total amount. Often, it results in a payment of less than one-fourth the original debt.

It’s an out-of-court agreement, created and approved by Congress to help taxpayers and it stops IRS collections activities. In certain situations it’s the best way to resolve a tough situation.

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One of the most severe actions the IRS may take is a bank levy, which is a legal seizure of your property or assets—typically, money in your bank account—to pay off a tax debt. We regularly stop levies within 24 hours of becoming a client.

If you have a levy, it is important to act fast as there are time limits and additional requirements that the IRS can impose depending on your situation. Once the IRS collects a levy, the money cannot be recovered.

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If you’re in a financially tough situation, or in other words if you really can’t pay the IRS anything—and still owe taxes, your debt may be deemed Currently Not Collectible.”

Without disposable income or resources to pay tax debt, Tax Debt Strategies may be able to qualify you for this option, resulting a halt in collections activities.

Once your account is in “CNC” status, the government typically won’t garnish your wages or come after your assets with liens or levies.

You need Tax Professionals like us to properly assess whether or not you would qualify for CNC status. Note: the negotiation process can be tricky, and interest and penalties can continue to grow while in CNC status.

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Installment agreements with the IRS is one of the most common ways taxpayers resolve their tax debts. Common as it may be, Installment agreements can be tricky. Do it right with Tax Debt Strategies and we’ll make sure we negotiate with the IRS for you and provide the proper tax relief.

Installment agreements, also known as negotiated payment plans, are generally better options than a Wage Garnishment, Tax Lien, Bank Levy, or IRS Seizure. There are different types of agreements, including formal or informal, streamlined, guaranteed and partial pay.

In some cases, extenuating circumstances can mean it’s best to negotiate the total amount of the debt before setting up an installment agreement. Also, it’s important you negotiate an installment agreement you can really pay each month.

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