Unpaid Back Taxes
Penalties and interest on assessed tax liabilities and other additional tax charges imposed by the IRS for unpaid back taxes will steadily increase and should never be ignored. Lake Forest taxpayers can turn to Tax Settlement Center for information and guidance on all available settlement options and for highly competent IRS representation.
Unpaid taxes can be negotiated and settled for less than what is currently owed through an Offer In Compromise program.
Unpaid taxes can be negotiated to be paid within 5 to 7 years through an Installment agreement program.
Call us we will explain how you will be able to settle your substantial tax liabilities for much less than what you owe!
Non-Filed Tax Returns
Failing to file income tax returns is a criminal offense.
The Tax Authorities such as IRS and FTB will know when a taxpayer is not filing tax returns on time; when that happens, the tax authorities will prepare a tax return on your behalf with no exceptions or deductions at all! So the amount of your tax liability could be completely over estimated and assessed with amounts that you might not even owe, but they will make you pay it!
Not only can Tax Settlement Center restore peace of mind, our qualified Lake Forest tax specialists possess the knowledge and experience necessary to rectify substitution of tax returns prepared by the tax authorities for individuals or business owners.
Payroll Tax Issues
In addition to offering comprehensive payroll management services, Tax Settlement Center provides representation and guidance to help San Diego businesses restructure and resolve payroll tax Issues that can threaten economic survival if left unresolved.
IRS Audits & Collections
As a consequence of an IRS audit, businesses and individuals risk overpayment for tax liabilities due to improper representation. Tax Settlement Center provides the qualified expertise of skilled tax specialists for San Diego individuals or businesses confronted with an IRS tax review.
Offer in compromise
This program was developed by congress to help collect large amounts of outstanding tax in a relatively short period of time. Their assumption was to offer taxpayers a one-time opportunity to eliminate their debt for a fraction of what was originally owed, thus closing millions of costly collection cases.