If you own a business that has seriously fallen behind in its tax obligations, then you’re all too familiar with how stressful and overwhelming that problem can be. Owing back taxes can bring with it a flurry of secondary problems, such as penalties, interest charges, and the threat of legal action by the government. When you’re in a position like that, you need the immediate help of a tax advocate that can turn the situation around and get your business back on an even keel. There are tax settlement options that you may not even be aware of that can result in an IRS debt reduction agreement. As a small business owner, your best chances for securing an IRS settlement or tax debt reduction involve the active participation of a qualified tax resolution specialist.
Munoz & Company, CPA, is a tax advocate firm offering over 30 years of solid experience in tax debt reduction and IRS tax settlements. Serving small and medium-sized businesses in the Tampa, FL, area, I offer the extensive knowledge, qualification, and proactive approach you need to secure an IRS tax settlement that is satisfactory to all parties involved. My advanced negotiating skills and familiarity with complex tax codes and regulations enable me to effectively negotiate on your behalf before the IRS and state tax authorities.
Tax resolution can be a lengthy process, sometimes taking as long as one year, and it’s essential to have an experienced tax advocate in your corner to help protect your interests and keep things moving along. When you have an experienced tax settlement professional like Gilbert J. Munoz, CPA, working for you, viable solutions begin to emerge—ranging from an offer in compromise to IRS debt forgiveness. Whatever form of tax settlement can be negotiated for your business, you can count on Munoz & Company, CPA, to produce a tax settlement outcome that will resolve the matter and allow you to get on with the business of growing your company. I will talk to the IRS directly and work toward a realistic payment schedule or single lump sum payment that will be based on what you can afford. E-mail or call today for a free initial consultation.
Offer in Compromise
You may be eligible for a frequently used tax settlement option called an “offer in compromise.” Depending on your ability to pay your tax obligation, the IRS may allow you to settle your tax debt for a lower agreed-upon amount than the full balance you owe. An experienced tax advocate will evaluate your circumstances and eligibility, and provide you with the professional tax settlement help and guidance you need to get approved for tax relief.
Gilbert J. Munoz, owner of Munoz & Company, CPA, has been handling this type of tax settlement case for decades, helping clients like you complete the complex forms and compile the necessary documentation for a successful offer in compromise submission to the IRS. E-mail or call to get the process underway.