Q1. I got a Notice or Letter from the IRS, where do I begin?
Q2. What if I dispute my IRS tax bill?
Q3. What if the IRS lied to me?
Q4. What if I need more time to respond to the IRS?
Q5. How do I respond to an IRS Notice or Letter?
Q6. I've had an ID Theft or someone filed fraudulent documents on me
Q7. I just want this IRS problem resolved quickly!
You must be patient with the IRS. Many people are tricked into filing an Offer in Compromise because it is portrayed as a quick, guaranteed solution. Don't be fooled. The IRS is a mechanized bureaucracy and quick resolutions are often an illusion which pursuit will hurt you in the long run. Filing Offers and Appeals extends the statute of limitations! Please read our Case Samples page.
Q8. Can the IRS force me to respond?
But, usually if you don't respond, the IRS will simply deny you any relief that you seek or claim you have made.
Q9. How much will Tax Help cost? What are the fees?
Q10. How can I lower my fees & costs?
Q1. What if I received an IRS Audit Notice?
Please follow the Prep Steps for Audits.If you want to do-it-yourself go to the TaxHelpLaw.com Audit Defense Program
Q2. Why won't the IRS review my evidence?
A. Probably because it is not organized the way the IRS wants it. Most cases are lost against the IRS because of ill-preparation & disorganization.
That's why we designed the TaxHelp Audit Defense website - to show you with videos, audio & text guides exactly how to arrange your case to win against the IRS. As a result, the site is packed with attorney strategies with tips & traps for the unwary!
Some evidence the IRS may consider irrelevant so TaxHelpAudit shows you what to avoid. You will learn how to find & tabulate all your records to back up your case. To win, you must continually bolster your evidence with the IRS & TaxHelp Audit Defense shows you how!
Q3. What if the IRS lost my evidence?
However, TaxHelpLaw may be able to reconstruct most of your evidence.
Q4. Why was I chosen for IRS Audit?
Q5. What if the IRS is saying I made income which I did not?
Q1. What if I can't pay the IRS?
Q2. What if I receive a Collection Notice from the IRS?
Q3. What if I failed to pay my Business Employee Withholding Taxes?
Q4. What if my ex-spouse or spouse owes the IRS back taxes?
Q5. If I owe the IRS, can they just take my refund to pay for it?
Q6. What is an IRS levy?
Q7. What if the IRS placed a tax levy on my wages?
Q8. What if the IRS filed a tax lien against me?
If you do not agree, then we will have to make your claim with the proper case filings. Either way, you protect yourself with TaxHelpLaw.
Q9. How can I get a release of an IRS Federal Tax Lien?
Q10. How can I reduce IRS Penalties and Interest?
Q11. Can the IRS or State of Colorado put me in jail for tax evasion?
Q12. Will an IRS or Colorado tax lien be discharged in bankruptcy?
Q13. What if Colorado has garnished my wages?
Q14. What if the IRS took my refund?
A. If all returns have been filed & you agree with the amount owed follow the Prep Steps to Collections.
If all returns have not been filed please follow the Unfiled Return Prep Steps.
Q1. What if I didn't get my tax refund?
A. 1) If you received an IRS Notice CP31, click on the Prep Steps for Return Errors.
2) If you received an IRS Notice CP49, click on the Prep Steps for Collection.
3) If you received an IRS Notice CP63, click on the Prep Steps for Unfiled Returns.
4) If you received any other notice please contact us directly.
Q2. What if Colorado took my refund?
Q3. What if the IRS denies me a Dependency Exemption or the Earned Income Credit
Q4. What if the IRS says I filed a wrong Social Security number?
Q5. What if I haven't filed tax returns in past years?
Q2. What if I can't find my documents?
Q3. What if the IRS issued me a Notice of Deficiency?