There are so many different ways that you can handle a problem that you may be facing with the IRS. But we have to say that no matter what type of problem you are facing, or the extent of that problem, you are going to want to get it resolved quickly. We are going to talk here about what you can do to ensure that you have resolved this problem in the right way. And then we will have a discussion about the many different options you will have for resolving these disputes. Make sure you are reading on here, as there is plenty of valuable information on this topic.
The first thing that you must know about these cases is that the IRS is right 99 percent of the time. If they are saying that you owe taxes, then it is the case. Yes, you can always dispute what they are saying, but we would strongly encourage you to see if you made some mistake when you were filing your forms or you were sending the check. It is more likely that you made a mistake, because the IRS is always going to do a thorough check before they are sending you any requests or letters.
If you have received one of those letters, the best thing that you could do is to take it to a professional. These guys are experts not only at tax law, but they also have a lot of experience in helping others as they get into trouble with the IRS. It does not matter if you are in trouble with the IRS because of something you did by accident or intentionally. What matters is where you are right now, and that is in a position where you need an expert to help you.
What usually happens in these cases is that you will realize that you owe a certain amount in back taxes. Unless your taxes are in a very bad situation, it will just be some back taxes from last year’s filing. That should not be too big of a deal. You should be able to get this resolved with some communication with the IRS and a check for the amount that you owe. That should sort out your problem without a hitch. But sometimes the problem can be a little deeper, and we can discuss those cases too.
Let us say that for whatever reason, you do not have the money right now to pay the IRS. There is no judgment on that fact. It is just that in some cases, people do not expect to have to pay so much in back taxes, so they do not have the liquid cash. That is fine. But you will have to figure out a way to resolve the matter, as you will not want this to go on forever. You will want to agree to an installment deal, or something along those lines, with the IRS. That will help you get your debt squared away.