A taxpayer living in Brooklyn, New York hired Timberline Tax Group to negotiate a reduction of her overall federal tax liability. The Enrolled Agent was able to negotiate a hold of enforced collection action on the grounds that the taxpayer did not believe the full liability should be owed and that an Innocent Spouse
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 individual residing in San Jose, California hired Timberline Tax Group for account representation in order to help with resolving her IRS tax liability estimated at $701,314. Upon initial discussions, the taxpayer had two years that the IRS placed in an audit and disallowed many claims on the return, causing a large balance due
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
Did you wake up this morning and realize your Social Security deposit looks lower than usual? Did you do contract work for the government and didn’t get paid? If so, you may be the victim of the Federal Payment Levy Program. If you receive any type of income from the federal government and
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
By filing a Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, you are allowing licensed individuals to represent you before the IRS. This form allows licensed professionals, such as attorneys, CPAs and Enrolled Agents, to represent taxpayers in any department within the Internal Revenue Service. What is the purpose of an IRS