If you are suffering the weight of back taxes, tax debt, have an IRS lien or tax levy, unpaid payroll, and sales tax liabilities, wages garnished, or received an IRS Notice of Deficiency, we are here to assist you.
Carolyn Stipp, CPA, Certified Tax Coach, and Tax Resolution Expert serves clients in Dearborn, Detroit, and throughout Michigan. Her background as an income tax auditor coupled with her work as a CPA brings a keen awareness of tax law and solutions to the clients she serves.
There is no need to be paralyzed in fear over your tax debt. When you work with My Tax Coaching for your tax problems, you receive peace of mind, assurance that someone who cares is advocating for you, and solutions to your IRS problems. We pride ourselves in being honest, efficient, thorough, and discreet in everything we do.
Contact us today to start your Tax CPR (Compliance, Planning, and Representation) plan.
- We research and ensure all tax returns are filed and you are in Compliance.
- We examine all the facts to develop a tax resolution Plan that best suits your needs.
- We Represent and advocate your case before the IRS
There are several options available for you, based on your situation:
Offer In Compromise: If you are unable to pay your tax debt in full, an Offer in Compromise may be a good option for you. An Offer in Compromise is an agreement between the IRS and the taxpayer that settles the debt for less than the amount owed. We analyze your situation prior to submitting the documents to determine the chances of success.
Currently Not Collectible: If you simply are unable to pay your tax debts, we prepare the proper documentation for the IRS to review and put your case on hold. This is especially effective if you are facing financial hardship or considering the possibility of bankruptcy. While this is typically a temporary-hold, depending on your economic condition, it could be a good fit for you.
Installment Agreement: An Installment Agreement is an agreement between the IRS and the taxpayer that enables the taxpayer to pay his or her debt over time (generally 60-72 months) when the client cannot pay the full amount in a lump sum. It is extremely important to have a professional set this up for you because a professional can set up a properly structured installment agreement, which means the IRS will not control your cash flow.
Partial Pay Installment Agreement (PPIA): Like an installment agreement, a partial pay installment agreement requires monthly payments, but you don’t have to pay the entire tax debt. Whatever is not part of the PPIA is forgiven.
Interest & Penalties: Without an advocate, interest and penalties continue to accrue until fully paid. We help you find alternatives to paying these interest and penalties.
Delinquent Returns: We can file all past delinquent federal and state returns to get you caught up.
Innocent Spouse relief: Typically, when a married couple files a joint return, both individuals are jointly liable for the entire tax liability. However, there are times that it would be fair to hold one spouse liable for the tax debt. We will work with your to advocate for your situation. Please note: if you are a victim of domestic abuse, the IRS will do everything in their power to protect your location and information your disclose to the IRS.
Injured Spouse: If you filed a joint return and part or all of your refund is applied to your spouse’s past-due federal tax, state income tax, or child or spousal support, or student loans, you may be entitled to injured spouse relief.
Bankruptcy: Under some circumstances, you may have your tax liability discharged in bankruptcy.
IRS Tax Appeal: If you disagree with the decision made by the IRS, we can help you request an appeal to your case.
Statute of Limitations review: The IRS has ten years to review your return, from the date the return was filed. We will review the records for you to determine the date the IRS no longer has ability to collect.
Remember: if you do nothing, your IRS problems will only get worse.
They will not go away on their own.
GET RELIEF NOW!