We Settle Tax Debts for Taxpayers
But this is a field of tax law practice that is filled with dangers for the ordinary taxpayer. Why? Because there are literally dozens of so-called “companies” offering you their Offer in Compromise service… if you’re willing to pay thousands up front for their fees. Why is this dangerous? Because you don’t find if you even qualify until after they have filed the Offer in Compromise. These unscrupulous companies want you to pay them money first, find out later. Want to see how a real law firm gets results? Read on.
But we’re different because we’re professional tax lawyers. We do it the right way: we qualify you first before you spend money to try the Offer in Compromise program. We qualify you first and this step doesn’t cost you a dime. We see if you qualify at absolutely no charge to you.
How does this free qualification work?
We can spend about 20 minutes with you on the phone and tell you if you qualify to settle your tax debt through the IRS special rules. If we find that you do qualify we will also tell you how much you might settle your tax bill for. Two important things to know about our service: (1) Andrew Gordon is a tax audit attorney and knows the tax law far, far better than any of the so-called professionals in the so-called tax settlement companies. (2) Next point, what we are offering here is free to you. We are not a “tax company” trying to charge you fees up front to file an Offer in Compromise only to learn you don’t qualify. No high pressure, either, just a helpful tax lawyer. We suggest you call now 847-580-1279 and let us pre-qualify you for the OIC program. Remember, this is a free service, no obligation.
Here are some of the results we have obtained for clients:
Our client was the owner of a mortgage brokerage that went out of business with the disastrous real estate market. The IRS came after the owner after the company was unable to catch up overdue payroll taxes. The owner disappeared so the IRS came after our client, the CEO.
Result: We negotiated a $7,400 offer in compromise with the IRS in settlement of $120,000 in payroll taxes. Our client has started a new company and is today keeping up with all tax obligations as they become due.
Our client owed income taxes to the IRS for 6 years totaling over $161,000.
Result: The IRS accepted an offer in compromise for $2,264.
Our client was a professional recording engineer whose return was examined and a long-term-capital-gains tax assessed for an additional $55,000 in taxes. We found and supported the taxpayer’s basis in the items sold and reduced the gain on paper to almost nothing.
Result: The client paid an additional $1750 in tax, not $55,000.
Our client, a dentist, owed the IRS over $1.3 million in income taxes. Although he had previously filed for bankruptcy using the services of a law firm specializing in bankruptcy, the IRS claimed that the taxes survived the bankruptcy.
Result: Through a properly timed offer in compromise we saw to it that the tax debt was reduced to $24,000.
Our client, a beauty salon operator, owed the IRS approximately $75,000 in income taxes.
Result: The IRS accepted an offer in compromise for $3,500 in full payment of her tax debt.
Our client owed over $170,000 in federal income taxes, and the IRS had already served a levy on her wages. She was about to end up penniless living with her parents.
Result: We convinced the IRS that she was an innocent spouse, and all of the money was released. The tax debt went back to her ex-husband. Today she is remarried and owns her own home.
Our clients owed over $460,000 in payroll and income taxes to the IRS.
Result: The IRS Due Process Officer accepted an offer in compromise of approximately $13,000 even though the Appeals Division Officer had previously been unwilling to accept less than $85,000 from the clients’ first two attorneys.
Our client had been levied by the IRS to collect joint (married) tax liabilities in excess of $300,000.
Result: We were able to get the levy released and then obtained innocent spouse status for our client.
Our client owed over $5.3 million for 1992 through 1996. The IRS rejected a previous offer in compromise by the taxpayer which was prepared by his first tax lawyer.
Result: The IRS accepted our offer in compromise for $339,000.
Our client came to us after the IRS had levied on his wages for a payroll tax penalty of over $60,000 after his CPA had submitted three unsuccessful offers in compromise.
Result: Ultimately the IRS conceded that no tax was due.
Our client owed approximately $100,000 in payroll taxes, and income taxes.
Result: Through our efforts the IRS agreed to accept $7,500 in full payment.
Our client owed almost $2 million dollars in income taxes due to negligence errors on his tax returns. The errors could be traced to his former CPA, who prepared the returns and later went out of business.
Result: After filing a petition with the IRS we settled the case for $20,000.
Our client owed the IRS $140,000 in income taxes.
Result: The IRS accepted an offer in compromise for $12,550 paid over 24 months.
Our client owed over $540,000 in income and payroll taxes.
Result: Through the filing of a case and an offer in compromise we resolved his debt for $41,339.
Our client owed the IRS $155,000.
Result: Even though he was earning over $130,000 per year, owned a home and held $20,000 in a retirement plan we settled for $22,000. Prior to our involvement the IRS Appeals officer told the client that he wouldn’t settle because the client could afford to pay over $100,000.
Our clients owed over $43,000 as the result of an audit.
Result: Due to technical errors made by the IRS we were able to convince the IRS to forgo the full amount of the taxes and to refund amounts previously paid.
Our client owed a tax debt of approximately $331,000 based upon a payroll tax penalty imposing personal liability for corporate payroll taxes.
Result: After our involvement the IRS Appeals Division agreed that a mistake had been made and that our client didn’t owe any portion of the payroll tax penalty.
Our client, an athlete, owed in excess of $2 million.
Result: We negotiated an offer in compromise which settled the case for 24 monthly payments, allowing our client to keep his interest in a 401K with assets of almost $320,000.
Our client received a statutory notice of deficiency from the IRS after an audit claiming that over $130,000 was owed.
Result: After filing a petition with the United States Tax Court a settlement was negotiated for less than $2,600.
An offer in compromise submitted by our client’s accountant was rejected when the IRS determined that he could afford to pay the total tax due of over $165,000.
Result: We convinced the same IRS revenue officer to accept less than $30,000 in a new offer in compromise.
Gordon Law Group is expert in tax negotiation and audit defense, and is dedicated to providing affordable solutions to businesses and individuals who find themselves targeted by the IRS. For more information or to receive a FREE tax relief consultation,
These results are samples and should never be interpreted to mean you will get a similar result. There are many other cases too. All cases have different factual bases and different authorities investigating so no two cases are ever alike and no two results are ever alike. However, this remains the same: if you entrust your case and your livelihood to us we will use every possible aspect of the law to defend you and defend your assets and we will outwork the IRS or other agency that is pursuing you by dedication and tenacity. We never quit fighting!