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  A taxpayer residing in Broomfield, Colorado hired Timberline Tax Group for overall account protection and resolution regarding his federal and state tax liabilities. Upon review of the account, the Enrolled Agent determined that the taxpayer qualified for a streamline Installment Agreement with the IRS; however, upon further review, it was determined that he also

  A resident of Norfolk, Virginia, contacted Timberline Tax Group to help stop Enforced Collection Action by the Internal Revenue Service.  The Client had accrued tax balances from 2015 and 2016 with an estimated total of $22,364.29.  The Enrolled Agent assigned to the case immediately obtained a hold on enforcement to allow time to gather

  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

  Taxpayers living in Maine hired Timberline Tax Group for overall account protection and resolution regarding their federal tax liability estimated around $45,000. Upon review of the account, the Enrolled Agent determined the best possible resolution based on their financial condition would be an Offer In Compromise. After two months of negotiations with the Offer

  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 taxpayer from West Virginia hired Timberline Tax for account representation and protection from the IRS. When initially retained, the Enrolled Agent determined there was an active Social Security garnishment on the account. Immediate actions were taken with the Revenue Officer and a full release was negotiated on the client’s behalf in lieu of

  Offers In Compromise are a great way to resolve a tax liability as long as you qualify. However, there are certain instances that you should not file an Offer: If your collection statutes are about to expire. The Internal Revenue Service has ten years to collect on tax debts once the balances are assessed. If the

  The IRS has two primary ways to collect on tax debts: Tax Liens & Tax Levies. IRS liens are filed to protect the government’s interest in property that taxpayers own. When the lien is filed, it attaches to all tangible property that is recorded through the taxpayer’s local county clerk and recorder’s office. By filing this

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