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TAX RESOLUTION SERVICES
Best negotiate available resolution allowed by law.

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Membership in ASTPS specialize in representing taxpayers before the IRS and other taxing authorities and reflects commitment to excellence and high standards in taxpayer representation.

IRS/State Audit

If you receive a notice from IRS or State request your bank statement and other supporting document or being selected for an audit? You should take action immediately to find the best resolution. Our fee start from $5,000. 

  • Notice CP 2000

  • Form 4564, 4549

  • ERC Audit Letter

  • Letter 566, 3572, 3573

Non-filer

If you receive a notice from IRS or State that you have not file a tax return? You should take action soon and consult to resolve the issues. Our fee start from $3,500. 

  • Notice CP 59, CP 63, CP 259

  • Notice CP 515, CP 516, CP 518

  • Notice CP 2566, CP 3219N

Levy

If you receive a notice from IRS or State about your tax debt? You should take action immediately and consult to resolve the issues. Our fee start from $5,000. 

  • Form 668-A

  • Letter 1058

Lien

If you receive a notice from IRS or State about your tax debt? You should take action soon and consult to resolve the issues. Our fee start from $4,000. 

  • Notice CP 501, 503, 504

  • Notice CP 90

  • Letter 11

Penalties

File tax late or receive penalties from IRS or State? You should take action soon and consult to resolve the issues. Our fee start from $3,500. 

  • Form 1040, 1120, 1120-S, 1065

  • Form 940, 941

Garnishment

Fail to pay debts and receive a wage garnishment from IRS or State? You should take action immediately and consult to resolve the issues. Our fee start from $3,500. 

TAX RESOLUTION TOOLS

Payment Plan

The IRS’ most popular resolution tool. This type of resolution strategy is best suited for taxpayers that have an ability to make monthly payments.

Offer in Compromise (OIC)

An OIC allows you to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount you owe. It may be a legitimate option if you can’t pay your full tax liability, or doing so creates a financial hardship.

Penalty Abatements

The fact is, you may qualify for a penalty abatement if you experienced hardships. The taxing authorities have the power to waive the penalties assessed on your tax liability.

Levy relief

Levies can be issued against bank accounts, wages, tax refunds and accounts receivable among other revenue sources. There are several sound arguments that can use to obtain a release of levy, have the money returned to you and establish a payment schedule that is manageable for you and/or your business.

Appeal

This particular function of the IRS operates separately of IRS Collections. Collection Due Process (CDP) and Collection Appeal (CAP) rights exist in every case. It’s never a question of whether a taxpayer will be given appeal rights.

Innocent Spouse Relief

Dealing with marital issues, separation or divorce is enough of a headache; you shouldn’t need to worry about your spouse’s (or ex-spouse’s) tax debt. Fortunately, the IRS has a relief provision for spouses who aren’t directly responsible for this debt.

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