Charles was a real estate investor and business owner who came to us because the IRS wanted him to sell his properties in order to pay an outstanding tax debt of about $425,000. When he contacted us, he only had ten days before the IRS was going to seize his properties, bank accounts and business revenues. However, this was during the financial panic in the fall of 2008 and Charles didn’t want to sell his properties under this kind of financial duress.
We knew the client’s situation and also knew the proper course of action and negotiation that the IRS would probably agree with. We completed a 433A form and explained our client’s situation to the IRS. After months of negotiations the IRS agent and Lewis came to an agreement and the service accepted a $3,200 payment as full settlement of the outstanding tax debt.
This saved our client a lot of financial stress, not to mention loss of cash and future business revenues.
When the IRS calls you in for an audit one thing you don’t want to do is walk in unprepared. You need to arm yourself with the guidance of professionals who know how to handle these kinds of situations.
Whether your problem is related to personal or business finances, with Shires Financial Services you will receive the type of assistance and advice you are going to need, from experienced tax professionals, in order to have a successful resolution to your problem.
Some of the IRS negotiations the staff at Shires Financial Services is able to assist you with include:
- Unfiled personal and/or company taxes
- Wage earners taxes
- Self-employed taxes
- Payroll taxes
- Offers in compromise
Make what could be the most important call of your life
Call Scott Shires today at 303-751-5444 for a free consultation