The following are some of the services that we may employ as it relates to expat tax problems. Every case is unique, so we’ll have to better understand your situation in order to develop a game plan.
Offer In Compromise:
If you qualify for this under-used IRS program, TaxPath can settle your tax debts and save you thousands of dollars in taxes, penalties and interest – you can end up paying as little as 11 cents on the dollar depending on your individual situation. This is a powerful tool that our Tax Resolution Professionals know how to utilize on your behalf. The case that is built and the negotiations with the Revenue Officer will essentially determine the outcome of your Offer in Compromise. We have an excellent track record handling this. It is also important to know that the IRS commonly reject these. We will file one appeal on your behalf. Our success rate with appeals is second to none in the tax relief industry. While our competitors can take up to 18 months to process and offer to the IRS, TaxPath can complete the process within 7 to 9 months!
Temporarily Delay Collection:
If you cannot currently pay any of your tax debt, TaxPath can temporarily delay IRS harassment until we finally win a resolution to your expat tax problems.
Release Levies or Wage Garnishments:
If you have ever experienced a wage garnishment or levy, you know how devastating it is. The IRS is exercising aggressive collection tactics if this has happened to you. Our Tax Resolution Professionals authorized to practice before the IRS will get your paycheck back QUICKLY and settle your expat tax problems with the IRS. The sooner you contact us the sooner we can help.
Expat Tax Problems
TaxPath can get the IRS to reduce and/or eliminate the exorbitant penalty additions to your tax debt.
After carefully reviewing your financial situation, TaxPath will negotiate a reasonable installment agreement if appropriate.
Collection Appeal Rights:
You may appeal every stage of the collection process; TaxPath will assess and pursue all appeal rights available to you.
Release Or Subordination Of Tax Lien:
If you need to take out a loan or refinance property in order to pay all or part of your tax debt, the lending institution will require that you remove or subordinate the tax lien. TaxPath will petition for the subordination of the lien.
In addition to these services, TaxPath will also arrange to have your delinquent tax returns filed, negotiate with IRS at all stages of collection process, and obtain and analyze tax transcripts and other records to solve all expat tax problems.