tax debt relief: IRS Penalty Abatement Accepted! Got over $39k removed. - 02/25/20 06:59 AM
Just got a penalty abatement accepted, removing over $39k in penalties and interest!
 
 
Anthony Fontana EA
800-245-0596
www.eataxresolutions.com
4630 Campus Dr #203
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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tax debt relief: IRS Offer in Compromise. How the RCP Formula Works. Orange County, CA - 01/09/20 08:39 AM
The IRS Offer in Compromise is the name of a tax settlement. These sound like a gimmick when you hear them on the radio/tv, but they actually work. You have to qualify, and know what you are doing when you file the offer. With experience in having many of these offers accepted by the IRS for our clients at EA Tax Resolutions in Orange County, CA we know how to file the Offer in Compromise.
In this blog I am going to explain how to determine your “offer” or “reasonable collection potential” (RCP).
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tax debt relief: IRS Installment Agreement, explained. Orange County, CA - 12/15/19 10:47 AM
An IRS installment agreement is a monthly payment plan with the IRS when you have tax debt and can’t pay in full. You need to keep in mind that even though you set up an IRS installment agreement, penalties and interest will continue to accrue on any outstanding tax debt, just like a credit card. Also, once an installment agreement is set up, if you subsequently file a tax return with tax debt, and do not pay by the due date, your installment agreement will go into default. An IRS installment agreement can not be set up until all required tax … (0 comments)

tax debt relief: IRS Offer in Compromise Process - Orange County, CA - 11/29/19 08:53 AM
The IRS Offer in Compromise Process
At our office in Orange County, CA we help clients with their back taxes, and understanding the IRS offer in compromise process to ensure a successful offer. As you can imagine, the process to settle your tax debt with the IRS for less than you owe through the IRS offer in compromise takes time and there are certain steps you have to take. The following is the process to obtain an IRS offer in compromise:
Making current tax payments - The IRS will never settle back taxes, knowing that you are going to continue to owe after … (0 comments)

tax debt relief: Exactly how to qualify for an IRS tax settlement. - 11/22/19 10:00 AM
 
 
 IRS Offer in Compromise - the tax settlement program.
 
You may have heard on the TV or radio advertisements that companies can settle back taxes for pennies on the dollar. This may sound to good to be true, and for most it is, but not for those who qualify. This program works and I can say from first had experience that people really do settle their back taxes for less than they owe. 
 
This video explains exactly how someone qualifies to settle their IRS back taxes and everything you have to know about the program. 
 
Check it out! 
 
Anthony Fontana EA
800-245-0596
www.eataxresolutions.com
4630 Campus Dr #203
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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tax debt relief: IRS Offer in Compromise Accepted! Orange County, CA - 11/21/19 02:46 PM
IRS Offer in Compromise has finally been accepted after about a year and a half ! Client's original tax debt of $131,894 was just settled with IRS for $3,638!
 
The IRS offer in compromise may sound to good to be true, but it isn't, this program works to settle tax debt.
 
To see if you or someone you know qualifies for the IRS Offer in Compromise, feel free to give our office a call or check out our Youtube video explaining exactly how the IRS will settle tax debt. 
 
Anthony Fontana EA
800-245-0596
www.eataxresolutions.com
4630 Campus Dr #203
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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tax debt relief: The IRS uncollectible status. The what, why, and how to obtain it? Orange County, CA - 11/11/19 04:05 PM
At our tax office in Orange County, CA we represent clients before the IRS to help them with tax compliance and to resolve their back tax debts. One of those options is the uncollectible status or the Currently Non-Collectible Status, CNC.
 
What is the Currently Non-Collectible Status, CNC?
The CNC is a status the IRS will code taxpayers accounts’ when the taxpayer can prove that they have no equity in available assets and their income is lower than their IRS allowable expenses. Once taxpayers have been placed in the currently non-collectible status, the IRS will no longer take any levy actions. This means … (1 comments)

tax debt relief: Options available for Tax Debt Relief – Orange County, CA - 11/07/19 08:20 AM
Tax Debt Options – Currently Non-Collectible, Offer in Comprmise, or Installment Agreement.
 
When clients come to our office in Orange County, CA for with tax debt, we first make sure they are tax compliant, then discuss options to resolve their tax debt. We start this process by learning about the client’s current financial situation. This will tell us what the best route to take to resolve their tax debt. We can then teach our clients why a certain tax debt relief option would be more beneficial than another and everything involved in that relief option.
 
The 3 options the IRS has to resolve … (0 comments)

 
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