Skilled Resolutions To IRS Tax Problems

Many Las Vegas consumers and business owners are in debt to the Internal Revenue Service. This is often due to personal income loss, plunging business revenues, payroll tax underpayment, retirement account withdrawals and other issues associated with the difficult economic climate.

If you owe the IRS money that you can't afford to pay, you may be receiving threatening letters, or you may be experiencing financial hardship because of wage garnishments or bank levies. You need to know that solutions to these problems are available, no matter how bad your situation seems.

At Randolph Law Firm, we have helped many people get a handle on worrisome tax debt and get their lives back to normal. We will take the time to meet with you in person, analyze your finances and develop a strategy designed to improve your situation more quickly than you may think.

Explore The Possibilities, Find Answers

Many people see the IRS as a powerful tyrant that cannot be negotiated with. In reality, the IRS is often willing to make favorable arrangements that settle tax debts, sometimes for much less than what is owed. A skilled lawyer can help you secure such arrangements if you qualify.

Our firm can help you explore potential solutions, which can include special payment plans and strategic bankruptcy filings. Depending on your circumstances, your options may include:

  • An Offer in Compromise, which can enable you to pay off your tax debt according to your ability to pay
  • Moving your debt into non-collectible status, a hardship deferment that requires no payment for an extended period of time
  • A payment plan or installment agreement that will let you make affordable payments over time
  • A Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing

Contact A Southern Nevada Tax Court Attorney To Learn More

Contact us to schedule a personalized tax assessment with Taylor Randolph, an effective Las Vegas IRS tax attorney. Mr. Randolph has an advanced degree in taxation and a detailed understanding of the IRS itself, and he can help you understand your taxpayer rights.

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