When the stress of tax debt becomes too overwhelming, Victory Tax Solutions will help relieve it. Our four-step process is designed to resolve your situation quickly and efficiently. Start down the road to relief today.
Your Path to Victory:
1. First Steps - You will feel relieved once you explain your situation to us during your free consultation. Once youâve signed our RetainerAgreement, the IRS has to begin communicating with us instead of you, so there's no more harassment. You'll be personally assigned one of our in-house Tax Professionals, all of whom are extremely well-qualified and are either a tax attorney, a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or an Enrolled Agent (EA). Together, we will develop a strategy for resolving your case and advise you on what steps to take to attain the most effective resolution. Your Tax Professional is available by phone, e-mail, or in person to answer any questions you have along the way.
2. Research - In order for a tax resolution to be negotiated, you must be in compliance with the IRS. Your Tax Professional will conduct all the necessary research to determine if you are in compliance and, if you aren't, will help you get there.
3. Negotiation - We will work with you to find a resolution with which you are comfortable, and propose that plan to the IRS. Our success rate speaks for itself - we know how to arrive at a plan that suits both you and the IRS. Proposals aren't always accepted immediately, but your Tax Professional will be monitoring your proposal and following up with the IRS and/or other taxing agency until a resolution is reached.
4. Victory - We conduct a final review of your case with the IRS to make sure it is as agreed upon. If not, we will insist that it be changed to reflect what was agreed upon. If the IRS is unwilling to do this, we will advice you on the next steps. Your Tax Professional will do everything they can to ensure that that victory is yours.
Problems We Solve:
-IRS Tax Liens: The IRS will place a claim against a taxpayer's property or person as collateral for a tax debt.
-IRS Bank Levies: The IRS will seize funds from a taxpayerâs bank account(s) or accounts receivable for an IRS tax debt.
-IRS Wage Garnishments: The IRS will seize a portion of a taxpayerâs wages, paycheck, or salary to satisfy a tax debt.