Reese Law Firm is a tax resolution law firm that is committed to helping clients in the State of Texas save money on tax penalties, interest, and back taxes.
Reese Law Firm can help you with:
LATE AND UN-FILED TAX RETURNS
Failing to file tax returns may be considered a crime. A non-filer can face arrest and imprisonment. Reese Law Firm can help you resolve and file your un-filed tax returns.
Wage garnishments are used to withhold a percentage of a taxpayer’s paycheck. The IRS uses this form of punishment as a method to take collection action on those who neglect their tax debt. Reese Law Firm works hard to get garnishments resolved and lifted as soon as possible.
Bank levies freeze the money in your personal or business bank account until you fully pay what you owe to the IRS. Reese Law Firm is here to help taxpayers get their bank levies lifted as soon as possible.
If you owe back taxes, the IRS will file a lien to ensure that they are PAID in full first above all other creditors. Reese Law Firm will work hard to reach a reasonable settlement with the IRS.
TRANSCRIPT & FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
Reese Law Firm will review and analyze your IRS transcripts and assess your tax liabilities.
If you cannot pay your tax liabilities in one LUMP SUM payment, Reese Law Firm can help negotiate an installment agreement with the IRS.
OFFER IN COMPROMISE
If you can’t fully pay off your federal tax liabilities and have a valid reason as to why you cannot pay the past debt, an Offer In Compromise (OIC) can be used to negotiate a resolution with the IRS.
The IRS may penalize taxpayers who default on their payments. Reese Law Firm will use penalty abatement to remove or reduce IRS penalties.
INNOCENT SPOUSE RELIEF
Reese Law Firm can help relieve your tax liabilities, interest and penalties if you have filed a joint tax return with your current or ex-spouse. Many times the innocent spouse is in the dark as to what the filing spouse has actually declared to the IRS. Many times we can show that the innocent spouse was not provided the documents and information to even file the correct information with the IRS.
NOT COLLECTIBLE STATUS
“Currently Non Collectible” is a status a delinquent taxpayer can have with the IRS after the IRS temporarily pauses any active collections against the taxpayer. The IRS will do this if the taxpayer has demonstrated that collections have put them in economic hardship and they cannot afford to pay their back taxes.
PAYROLL TAX DEBT RELIEF
Payroll taxes are withheld by employers. If these taxes accumulate and are not paid on time, penalties and interest will be assessed by the IRS. Even if a business closes and goes out of business, the past taxes, penalties and interest are still owed to the IRS.