If you’re experiencing tax problems, don’t face the IRS alone. Tax notices can be confusing and intimidating phone calls from the IRS can cause unnecessary stress. When you contact Gene Fuehrer, P.C., we can put a stop to the confusion and anxiety. We understand federal tax regulations and can apply that knowledge to find the right solution for you. Call us at 720-638-7657 now for tax relief in the Centennial, CO area.
If you have unfiled tax returns mounting up you’re not alone. Missing paperwork, confusing tax forms and lack of funds causes many taxpayers to avoid filing their taxes. Get back on track this year by working with Gene Fuehrer, P.C.. We’ll tackle whatever obstacles are in the way and get your back taxes filed so you can start fresh.
An offer in compromise allows a taxpayer to resolve a tax debt by convincing the IRS to agree to accept less than the full amount owed. If you feel you shouldn’t be liable for the assessed amount of a tax bill or if you’re suffering from financial difficulties that are preventing you from paying your tax debt, an offer in compromise to the IRS might be the right solution for you.
If you’ve filed your tax return but are unable to pay your taxes owed all at once, you may qualify to pay the debt over time with an installment agreement (or IRS payment plan). We’ll work directly with the IRS to arrange a comfortable monthly payment that you can afford to eliminate your tax debt once and for all.
The IRS established innocent spouse relief to provide relief from taxes owed because a person’s spouse or former spouse failed to report income, reported income improperly or claimed improper deductions or credits. We can discern whether or not you meet the requirements and help you submit the tax forms needed to apply for this type of tax relief.
If you meet the requirements for penalty abatement or can prove a mistake was made by the IRS, the penalties and interest you owe could be partially or completely cancelled. We can organize the necessary documentation, write a petition stating why your circumstances fall into one of the categories for penalty abatement, and submit your case to the IRS.
Taxpayers who are suffering a real economic hardship that’s making a tax burden overwhelming may qualify to have the debt declared “currently not collectible”. This status does not forgive the debt but temporarily prevents the IRS from issuing a wage garnishment, levy or other collection method to pay off the tax debt. We can determine if you qualify for this form of tax relief and can prepare and file the Form 433-F with the IRS for you.