Questions about the collection of taxes. I spent ten years in Collections and tax return review with the IRS and spoke with over 20,000 people. I worked with people to solve problems with their tax levies, liens, Offer in Compromise, unfiled tax returns, payment/filing options and general questions.
Over 10 years with the IRS - recently retired. Handled thousands of cases - mostly for regular people that owed anywhere from a few hundred dollars to over $100,000.
Masters Degree from Iowa State in Ames.
Offer In Compromise. Many companies say they can help, you see the TV ads all the time. Typically those companies charge $800 to $4500 (you could do it yourself for much less). The IRS is not inclined to accept an OIC if you have assets and/or a job. The "pennies on a dollar" settlement promise companies will take your payment even if they know that 99% of the cases like yours are not accepted.
The IRS has a bit of a reputation and some people do not want to talk to them. Actually, they are regular people and I always recommend calling the IRS and talking to someone about your account. That way you get to ask all your questions and can evaluate your options. 800-829-7650
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