A small-town auto service center located in Holyoke, Massachusetts hired Timberline in hopes of seeing fair resolutions of its $246,400 outstanding federal and state liabilities. The Enrolled Agent was successful with initiating a hold of enforced collection action through the IRS Revenue Officer that was assigned. Working diligently, it was also determined that there
An individual residing in Southern California hired Timberline Tax to protect him from enforcement while negotiating a favorable resolution of his $124,477.29 tax debt. A hold of enforcement was put into place within the first few hours of representation which allowed the client to work with the Enrolled Agent to finalize his financial paperwork.
An auto service center in Columbus, Georgia hired Timberline to be Power of Attorney on the account balance totaling $175,927. The Enrolled Agent initially determined a threat of enforced collection action and negotiated a sixty day hold to prevent any levy action on the business account. During this time, a full financial analysis was
A Real Estate Agent residing in Washington, D.C. hired Timberline Tax Group to facilitate release of ongoing commission levies, which were placed on the account for eight months prior to Timberline’s involvement. The Enrolled Agent was able to secure a hold on any additional levy action while negotiations occurred to release the funds and
A Recreation Vehicle Dealership in Kentucky hired Timberline for overall account representation and account resolution. The Enrolled Agent assigned to the case immediately obtained a 60-day hold on enforcement to allow time to gather and review the client’s financial information and determine the most appropriate account resolution. After the financial analysis was complete and
Do you owe a significant amount of taxes to the IRS? Have you not found time to call and set up an agreement to pay the amount owed? Do you enjoy traveling outside of the United States? If you answered yes to these questions, your passport may be at risk. Here is a list
The standard length of time a taxpayer will be on an IRS Installment Agreement is 6 years (72 months). Negotiating an affordable payment plan can prove to be difficult for the uninformed taxpayer; however, if you know your rights, an affordable agreement can be obtained. IRS Installment Agreement Guidelines: If you cannot full pay a tax