1 in 6 Virginia Residents Has a Tax Problem

One in six Virginia residents has a tax problem of one sort or another.

Of these, half owe more than $10,000 in taxes.

It’s easy for problem-98377_150good, hard-working Americans to fall behind. That’s why we’re here. An IRS or Virginia problem has a way of affecting every aspect of your life; your finances, your credit rating, your family relationships, even your health. If you’re losing sleep over unpaid taxes, delinquent returns, or other tax matters, we can help you get tax relief now.

Some Virginia Department of Taxation and/or IRS problems can be easy to fix. But if…

  • you owe $10,000 or more in back taxes, or
  • have fallen behind a couple years in your tax filings, or
  • own a business with unpaid payroll taxes,

…then your situation is more complex. We’ve come across many people in these situations who have tried to handle their IRS situation themselves, or through a tax attorney or CPA, but didn’t receive the tax relief help they were seeking. That’s when it pays to seek professional representation.

virginia irs tax problem
virginia irs tax problem

IRS representation involves dealing with IRS collection procedures from a place of power and authority. An Enrolled Agent is a specialist in this area; he or she is authorized to represent taxpayers in all 50 states before all levels of the Internal Revenue Service. It’s a very specialized area of practice, and one in which most Attorneys, CPAs or Tax Preparers lack the know-how, and quite frankly the interest, to deal with.

A professional can help you find the best solution for your particular situation, including any of the following Tax Resolution Services:

  • Offers in Compromise
  • Installment Agreements
  • IRS Appeals
  • Financial Hardship Plans
  • Bank Levy/Paycheck Releases
  • Innocent Spouse Relief
  • Penalty Abatement
  • Delinquent Returns
  • Payroll Tax Relief
  • Trust Fund Recovery
  • Currently Not Collectible Status

Now is the time to get the info you need to gain relief from your IRS problem. You really can solve your tax matter permanently. You deserve a fresh start, so contact us today, and learn how.



How do you fix an IRS Virginia Tax Lien?

For some, a recorded tax lien is just one more black mark on their credit report—which was likely already a mess anyway. It’s not a levy notice. That said, how do you fix an IRS Virginia tax lien? You have three options:
  1. Appeal the lien filing by contacting the IRS Appeals Office. It’s not likely you’ll win, but if you do, the lien will

    fix tax lien irs virginia
    fix tax lien irs virginia

    be withdrawn. Unfortunately, the fact of the lien filing will not be removed from your credit report.

  2. Pay in full, even if it means borrowing from friends or family. It’s better to owe just about anyone than the IRS, not to mention just about anyone’s interest rates will be lower.
  3. Request a partial discharge. Perhaps you own several assets that have been encumbered by the lien. If you want to sell one to pay off your IRS debt, ask for a discharge on that asset. The IRS will likely agree; bottom line, they want their money and a partial discharge can open the door to resolving the debt.
Note that bankruptcy isn’t included in the list of options to settle the tax lien. Your personal liability may be cleared by the bankruptcy, however, the tax lien will remain. (See a bankruptcy attorney for a professional analysis and advice for your specific situation.)