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What is an Enrolled Agent?

An Enrolled Agent is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation. While CPAs and attorneys may or may not focus on tax and tax resolution, only Enrolled Agents after passing a rigorous enrollment examination are empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury earning the privilege of practicing, representing taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for audits, collections, and appeals. An Enrolled Agent’s main focus is tax and tax resolution. The National Association of Enrolled Agent’s is a good resource for learning more about Enrolled Agents.

My wages are being garnished what can I do now?

All is not lost, we will need to move quickly in order to get the wage levy (wage garnishment) released. Impact Tax Resolution’s advisors have handled countless wage garnishments and will take the necessary procedures to get you relief immediately.

I have received a notice of Federal or State tax lien what does that mean?

Often times this is the first step in aggressive collection procedures. It usually means that the taxing authorities are gearing up to purse other collection alternatives such as wage garnishments, bank account levies, account receivable levies on a business and sometimes assets seizure. It is important that a competent advisor who is experienced in federal and state collection procedures review your file to be sure adequate communication is being made with the taxing authorities so they know you are moving towards a resolution of the liability or collection enforcement may be imminent.

Can Impact Tax Resolution represent tax payers in all 50 states?

Yes. Our licensed advisors are qualified to represent taxpayers in all 50 states before the state taxing authorities and the IRS. State and Federal collection agents appreciate our knowledge of the internal revenue manual and collection procedures. Due to their case load they prefer prompt communication by the way of phone, fax and sometimes email.

Is it true that you can settle my back taxes for pennies on the dollar?

It is true our advisors have helped individuals receive great settlements using the program a called Offer In Compromise, every individual case is different. Understand that you must qualify for the program using a specific formula provided by the IRS. Never pay for an Offer in Compromise with out doing an in-depth review of your financial circumstances to reveal if you can submit an “adequate offer proposal”. Impact Tax Resolution will do an in-depth review of your financial circumstances to find out if an Offer in Compromise is the most appropriate resolution strategy which will provide you with the greatest chance for a settlement that may be drastically less than you owe.

What are the fees associated with Impact Tax Resolution’s services?

Before Impact Tax Resolution begins representation, we will be in agreement with an appropriate fee for tax resolution services. We do not work on a retainer bases. Meaning once your initial retainer is used up you will be charged again and again, like many other firms do. On the contrary our fee is based on the work and negotiation services that need to be done to fully complete your file.

How long does the resolution process take?

Depending on the complexity of your file the process may take several months. Due to the nature of the IRS and it’s processing times, along with administrative procedures ITR’s licensed advisors may have to initiate to protect your rights such as collection appeal request, collection due process hearings, taxpayer advocate request, seizure appeal request, upon others, the resolution process does take time. You will be informed as to the status of your file. Our goal is to give you peace of mind and keep you protected while we are working toward the resolution.

Once Impact Tax Resolution has power of attorney can the IRS still contact me?

After power of attorney is on record all contact with the IRS should now come through your representative at ITR, so you do not have to worry about dealing with collection calls from the IRS. The IRS will send a copy of any mail correspondence to your Impact Tax Resolution advisor who has power of attorney. You will still receive notices via mail.