The first step in resolving your IRS Problem is a surprisingly simple one.
I’m betting it’s not what you think it is.
I know what it is, because I’ve been there. The stress from an IRS problem can be overwhelming, affecting your finances, your relationships, your emotions… tax problems can take over your life.
What I learned is that it really is possible to put your IRS problem behind you. I’ve seen it happen time and time again, for myself and for my clients. You might say I’ve “been there, done that... fixed that!”
There are a number of programs available to fix your tax problem. A tax resolution professional (such as an Enrolled Agent, or a tax attorney) can take their experience and expertise to custom-tailor an IRS “Fresh Start” program that’s best suited to your particular situation.
But first you have to absolutely decide that you’re going to take your life back from the IRS. You have to decide that you aren’t going to take this anymore, and that you’re going to fix it. That’s the first step. Once you make the decision that you want help, and you no longer want to live in fear, or hide from those dreaded IRS notices, phone calls and visits–you will have taken the biggest step in getting your life back on track.
Resolving your IRS problem is often simpler than you think. Not always easy; but simple. (There is a difference.) Making a quality decision to resolve your tax matter is your first step. Learning what options might be available to fix your problem is the second step. Many Enrolled Agents or tax attorneys offer a free initial consultation. It may be a phone call, it may be an in-person meeting.
Either way, you can benefit from this part of the process…
- You can use it to tell rather quickly whether you think and feel that particular EA or attorney is trustworthy, is qualified to fix your IRS problem, and is a good ‘fit’ for you personally.
- On the other side, the Enrolled Agent is determining the overall scope of your problem, how important it really is to you to get it behind you, and how much time and effort it will take to resolve it.
If you’re ready for the next step, please take it sooner rather than later. Trust me: IRS collectors act surprisingly fast when they think you have their money!
ANCHOR ON THIS: It really is possible to resolve your IRS problem. The sure-fire first step is to make a quality decision.