Tax negotiation representation can help taxpayers needing assistance
with their tax issues. Tax issues can involve many different kinds of
problems including inability to pay, release of liens and audits. A
qualified negotiator has seen every kind of problem taxpayers
experience and knows how develop workable solutions with the agreement
of the IRS.
There’s a kind of victim mentality that taxpayers develop when they
have tax related issues with the IRS. This mentality is one of
resignation and fear that the IRS can do whatever they want including
threatening everything you’ve spent your life building. This mentality
was fostered during 3 decades through the 1970s, 1980s and most of the
1990s as people read stories about taxpayers losing their homes,
business and a large part of their paychecks.
The IRS is like the giant blob in the old science fiction movie,
eating its way through assets and bank accounts. The victim mentality
is understandable except for one thing – times have changed. Taxpayers
now have certain rights that have given them negotiation power, and yet
they still live in fear of the IRS. With tax negotiation
representation, you have the ability to keep the IRS from eating its
way through your assets.
The reason is for the fear is the fact the IRS doesn’t make the
negotiation process easy despite the creation of taxpayer rights. The
IRS will seize and lien and attach and levy without breathing a word
about your rights. Tax negotiation representation can insure your
rights are protected and the IRS does what it should be doing – working
out a compromise.
The victim mentality is dangerous, because it causes inertia. You
keep getting the IRS letters and notices in the mail and just keep
telling yourself it’s hopeless. But there’s not a tax issue in the
world that’s hopeless.
Believing in Success
Instead of maintaining a victim mentality, you should take advantage
of having access to tax negotiation representation. A tax negotiator
can work with the IRS on your behalf in order to find ways to resolve
your tax problems. These solutions may include one of the following.
- Offer in Compromise
- Audit representation
- Penalty abatement
- Lien and levy release
- Business tax negotiation
- Installment payments
The IRS has a lot of programs that they don’t like to talk about
while trying to collect money. A tax negotiator makes sure the
discussion occurs so that you can obtain tax relief. A tax expert can
deal with both personal and business tax problems.
If you are quietly accepting all the grief the IRS is doling out
during the collection process, you probably have the victim mentality.
Getting tax negotiation representation can show you how to shed the
victim mentality and assume a proactive attitude about your taxpayer
rights. The relief you’ll feel goes far beyond tax relief.