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An audit is not uncommon, but it can be a frustrating process for all involved, especially when the IRS aims to work against you. Our attorneys will be there to support you when audit claims are unfounded, or you wish to pursue the least demanding consequences possible. Our audit defense attorneys can discuss your case with you today and offer solutions to some of the most challenging situations, including costly fines and fees.
In some situations, a taxpayer recognizes they owe the IRS money. Yet, they are unable to make payment at this time. No matter why this is, our legal team will work closely with you and the IRS to establish Currently Not Collectible, a process in which the IRS is alerted to your limited financial situation. This could provide you with some financial relief.
Individuals who qualify for innocent spouse status may be able to find relief from IRS legal actions if they meet the requirements under the law. For example, if your spouse received income and did not report it, but you had no knowledge of that income, you may qualify for this type of legal protection.
It is possible to establish installment agreements with the IRS for taxes owed, but the process can be limiting and frustrating if the IRS does not agree with you. Our legal team will work closely with you to create installment agreements that meet the requirements of the taxing authority and fit your specific financial situation as well.
An Offer in Compromise may be an option for those who owe the IRS funds and may be able to pay a significant amount of those funds right away. In this arrangement, the IRS agrees to accept less than what it is owed to settle the debt. Though it is possible, it can be challenging to convince the IRS to do so, which is why our tax attorneys at Steburg Law Firm can provide support for you throughout the process.
Penalty relief may be available to many people who meet specific criteria set by the IRS. If you qualify for a penalty abatement, you will receive a waiver for the payment penalty you received for unpaid taxes. However, you still have to pay what is owed. Allow us to see a penalty abatement for you.