Looking For Tax Services in Pennsylvania? Don’t Know Where to Turn? Trust The Experts at Sheppard Law Offices To Help You Get The Settlement You Deserve!
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Sheppard Law Offices offer national tax services including tax help in Pennsylvania. We are trained experts for each state tax laws, so we are trained to provide tax services and tax help all over the united states including Pennsylvania.
At Sheppard law offices we provide a variety of tax services and solve all taxpayers tax problems nationwide, some of these services include:
- Tax Levies & Liens
- Wage Garnishment
- Tax Penalties & Interest
- Tax Negotiation & Settlement
- Reduce IRS Tax Debt
- Resolve Back Taxes
- IRS Tax Audit
- Tax Preparation
- Offers in Compromise
- IRS Tax Payment Plan Application
- Tax Appeals
- Tax Collection
- Tax Relief
- IRS Forms
- And More
Tax Levies & Liens
A levy is a legal seizure of your property, so the IRS can make sure that they get the taxpayers back taxes owed to them. Levies are different from liens. A lien is a legal claim against your property to secure payment of your tax debt, a levy is a seizure where they can claim your property and assets that they will auction off to make sure that they get all the taxpayer’s back taxes that are owed. Usually, these assets are undersold in an auction, so more assets are taken to pay the full amount.
If you have come to the point of a levy or lien has been issued call the Pennsylvania tax attorneys at Sheppard law offices to get a levy or lien released and settle your debt and get a fresh start.
If you owe back taxes to the IRS, they can collect their money by contacting your employer to take a percentage of your wages earned. The IRS does not need a court order to collect a percentage of your wages with a wage garnishment placed on your account. The number of your wages that you receive will all depend on how many dependents you have as well as your standard deduction amount.
Tax Penalties & Interest
If the due date has passed and a taxpayer is late on paying taxes to the IRS or late paying an installment agreement placed on an account (This is sometimes called the delinquent date), the taxpayer will owe money for a penalty and/or interest added to the amount owed, for each month that there are a late paying back taxes.
In most cases, the taxpayer should not add the penalty or interest to the amount of the tax payment due. Instead, this should be paid separately. The following is how a penalty or interest should be paid:
- Keep the back-tax payment separate from a penalty and/or interest amount.
- This can help your tax attorney to accommodate your tax payments correctly.
Tax Negotiation & Settlement
A tax settlement is a way that the taxpayer can make an arrangement with the IRS to settle their outstanding back taxes for less then is stated on their amount owed.
If a tax settlement is possible the taxpayer that owes the IRS for back taxes will need to contact a local tax attorney for tax help or get in contact with the IRS to make a settlement offer. Sometimes the IRS is willing to explore the taxpayer’s situation and will determine if a tax negotiation is possible for the individuals account. By hiring a tax attorney, they can help settle tax problems with the IRS.
If you are looking for tax help in Pennsylvania? Call Our IRS Tax professionals at Sheppard Law Offices. Our attorneys can help with all tax problems and help deal with the IRS to get the settlement you deserve.
Reduce IRS Tax Debt
A taxpayer can represent themselves by contacting the IRS, but many turn to professionals the specialize in tax problems. A tax attorney can increase a taxpayer’s chances of gaining the best tax settlement with the IRS
When a taxpayer owes the IRS back taxes, it can be very intimidating because the IRS can get the power to garnish a taxpayer’s wages, and seize their assets to make sure that they get the money that is owed to them. There are 10 separate ways that a taxpayer is able to settle their back taxes with the IRS, they are as follows:
- Installment Agreement
- Partial Payment Installment Agreement
- Offer in Compromise (OIC)
- Not currently collectible
- Lower Your Debt with Credit Card Debt Settlement
- File bankruptcy
- Release Wage Garnishments
- Stop the IRS from Levying Your Bank Account
- Innocent Spouse Relief
- Pay Attention to the Expiration of the Statue of Limitations
Get tax help with any of the opportunities listed above by calling the tax professionals at Sheppard Law Offices. We can provide tax help in Pennsylvania no matter what the situation is. Our tax attorneys specialize in all the tax services listed, and we will go through all the options that are possible in your case, and speak to the IRS on your behalf.
Resolve Back Taxes
If a taxpayer wants to make sure that they are not entering a possible risky situation call Sheppard Law Offices and we can provide Pennsylvania tax services that can help with the possibility of not paying more fees and/or interest on the balance owed to the IRS. There are three steps in which the professionals take into consideration and will recommend when facing tax problems with your back taxes:
- Contact the IRS – When you get a notice of outstanding back taxes, it’s important to contact the IRS, or a trusted tax attorney in Pennsylvania, to address the issue immediately. This way they know that you have acknowledged the situation and are trying to settle your back taxes.
- Know Your Payment Program Options – Taxpayers that are unable to pay off their back taxes, penalties, and fees in full, before the due date, should inquire about their eligibility to participate in a tax help situation like an offer in compromise (OIC) program.
- When in Doubt, Hire a Tax Attorney! – Some tax problems get into a complicated situation and it is best to work with a professional tax attorney to make sure that we resolve your back taxes in the best way possible.
IRS Tax Audit
One of the biggest fears of a Pennsylvania taxpayer is being audited by the IRS. In most situations an audit shouldn’t be stressed upon. Sometimes the IRS is just looking for additional information to back up the information on your tax return, and whether there was an error made. It is not uncommon for the IRS to request an audit.
If you feel the situation is more serious then expected, it is best to get tax help from a trusted tax attorney like the attorneys at Sheppard Law Offices. Contact us today to get an audit resolved with the IRS.
At Sheppard Law Offices we provide in-house tax preparation services for not only the current year but for past tax returns that were not completed, also known as delinquent tax returns. We also offer tax services to fix returns for prior tax years to make sure to correct any deficiencies.
Offers in Compromise
At Sheppard Law Offices we offer tax services in which we will represent you, and develop a case to the IRS to make sure that we can get your back taxes paid for a reasonable price. In some cases, we can work on getting the taxpayer an offer in compromise, this is an agreement between the taxpayer and the IRS. An offer in compromise is an agreement to settle the tax debt that is owed for usually a substantially less than the full amount that is owed on the account.
IRS Tax Payment Plan Application
Do you owe back taxes to the IRS? Are you having trouble coming up with the money to pay your taxes? At Sheppard Law offices we offer a tax service where we can talk to the IRS on your behalf to request that the IRS allows the taxpayer to make monthly payments to pay off any tax debt that is owed. There are a few types of payment plans that can be offered, and are available through the IRS. These payment plans include the following:
- Individual Installment Agreement
- Installment Agreement for Individuals Who Owe Over $50,000
- Small Business Installment Agreement
Contact a trusted Pennsylvania tax attorney at Sheppard Law Offices today to speak on your behalf to the IRS and get you a payment plan that you can afford each month.
A Tax Appeal is the assessment of taxes by the IRS that you believe is incorrect. The purpose of a first tax appeal is to seek resolution usually without court litigation in a manner that is fair and impartial to both the government and the taxpayer.
A tax collector is a person who collects unpaid taxes from taxpayers or corporations. If collections are calling you to get their money for the IRS, look no further than Sheppard Law Offices to help stop collection calls and help settle your back taxes.
Sheppard Law Offices is trained in Tax Collections in Pennsylvania, If you need tax help with your back taxes, do not hesitate to call us now!
At the Pennsylvania law firm, Sheppard Law Offices, we can help IRS tax relief. Attorney Kenneth L. Sheppard, Jr. provides tax services for both individuals and businesses. Pennsylvania Tax Attorney Kenneth Sheppard, Jr. represents clients’ nationwide with the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully help resolve all IRS tax problems in Pennsylvania.
There are many different tax forms to report information to the IRS. With the tax help services at Sheppard Law Offices, we will make sure that you are filling out the correct form to settle your case and provide the IRS with all the necessary information they need.
Contact a Tax Services Professional
At Sheppard Law offices we are experienced in Pennsylvania tax law as well as the tax laws nationwide. We can provide all tax services necessary to settle your back taxes and provide all tax help that is needed. Call our tax attorney Kenneth Sheppard, Jr. today at (877) 505-9455 .