“I didn’t file in years. I didn’t know who to go to, but when I saw TTD’s ad and BBB rating, I went with them. TTD filed my missing tax returns and negotiated a payment plan. I now feel total relief going into the future.” – Willie H. (Marietta, GA)
“I had $25,000 in tax debt. TTD turned an overwhelming situation into something I could handle with an affordable payment plan. There is finally a light at the end of the tunnel. TTD’s did what they said they would do!” – Keith L. (Willard, MO)
“The IRS audited me twice. I called J.K. Harris, and for 2 years they strung me along with no results. Once I called, TTD reduced my penalties and stopped the IRS collections quick, fast, and in a hurry. I am so relieved.” – Nancy H. (Fort Walton Beach, FL)
“We tried to get a payment plan with the IRS ourselves but couldn’t handle the payments. TTD got us into an agreement we could manage. Now we can dig ourselves out of debt. TTD did what they said they would do.” – Randy H. (Redding, CA)
“I didn’t file my 2007-2009 returns and had a big tax debt. I contacted TTD to help. I felt very confident with TTD handling everything for me. My experience was professional and rewarding. Now I feel relief. ” – Caroll P. (Oakland, CA)
When a taxpayer has a tax debt, the IRS will take certain measures if the taxpayer does not make arrangements to satisfy their debt. Some tax problems can be handled easily with a simple phone call to the IRS, but once a tax debt reaches a certain amount, taxpayers often have difficulty paying and the IRS can become very aggressive.
In order to recover the debt, the IRS may use enforced collection actions against a taxpayer, which can be devastating to a taxpayer’s finances. These collection measures include:
Installment Agreement: This solution is a contract between the taxpayer and the IRS where the taxpayer agrees to make regular monthly payments to the IRS.
Offer in Compromise: This solution is an agreement between the taxpayer and the IRS that allows the taxpayer to settle their tax debt for less than the amount owed.
Penalty Abatement: This solution is an IRS program where the IRS removes some or all of the accumulated penalties from the tax debt.
Innocent Spouse Relief: This solution is an IRS tax relief program through which a spouse can claim ignorance of an understatement of due taxes.
Currently Not Collectible: This solution is a program offered by the IRS for taxpayers experiencing an economic hardship.
IRS Appeals: This solution can help a taxpayer who disagrees with the assessed tax debt amount, or the IRS’ determination of their IRS program application follow through the appeals process.
Compliance: This solution may include many different factors, such as filing unfiled returns, refilling Substitute Returns filed by the IRS, educating taxpayers to help avoid filing mistakes in future years.