Have IRS Tax Debt? You Are NOT Alone & You DO Have Options
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UPDATED: Jul 15, 2021
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If you have an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax debt, it’s important to know that you’re not alone, you have nothing to be ashamed of and there are options available to you to resolve your tax debt. We asked Justin Hein, Managing Attorney for Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation – a law firm that has been resolving IRS tax debts for American taxpayers for nearly 20 years – what advice he would give to someone who needs tax debt help, but is on the fence about contacting a tax attorney.
Advice from an IRS tax debt professional
Many people are dealing with multiple IRS tax debts. However, Hein cautions taxpayers not to put the IRS last. “The IRS has more debt collection weapons in its backpack than any other type of creditor. But don’t give up hope.” Hein assures us that his firm will hold your hand throughout the process to help you understand how to deal with your IRS tax debt problems, and hopefully, to show you how you can apply those lessons to deal with your other debt problems.
Tax debt help is available
Hein says that a lot of taxpayers owe the IRS money – and it’s not something to be ashamed or scared of because there are companies fighting the good fight on behalf of taxpayers. He told us, “We see people who have always been good taxpayers, but who experience a crisis and can no longer meet their financial obligations. When this happens, you should seek professional help. We’re just a phone call away. We can discuss your financial situation with you, conduct a free tax analysis and determine whether we might be able to help you resolve your IRS tax debt so you can get started on the path to recovery.”