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"It's never too late to turn things around.

You are the only obstacle." ~Dave Ramsey

IRS Enrolled Agent Credentials

It is very scary to receive a tax letter in the mail and unfortunately many of us think that ignoring the letter will make it go away, IT WON'T!  It's not too late to turn your tax situation around but ignoring your notice, throwing it away, hiding your notice under the mattress, or at the bottom of the pile of mail, will not make it go away.  Ignoring tax notices usually makes the situation much worse than facing the situation head on.  If you have not received a tax letter in the mail, but know that you are behind in your filing and/or payment requirements, let's be proactive and work to resolve these issues BEFORE you are dealing with the State or Federal Government.


Dealing with taxes can be very intimidating but, you do not have to face these issues alone. Erica is here to face and tackle your tax woes with you.  Erica is an IRS Enrolled Agent, which gives her unlimited "representation rights" before the IRS across all 50 U.S. states.  She is also a former IRS Revenue Agent (Tax Auditor) with over 15 years of experience and is ready to work with you to rectify your tax issues and get you back to the life you deserve to live!



IRS & State Audit Representation & Correspondence

Have you received a notice/letter from the IRS or State Government regarding a tax audit, correction or return, etc. and you are not sure what to do?  If you wouldn't go to court without a lawyer, do not go through a tax audit without a tax professional.  Erica is a former IRS Revenue Agent (Tax Auditor) with over 15 years of experience and she is here for you!

Tax Resolution
Nonfiled Tax Returns

Falling behind with filing state and federal tax returns happens.  Owing taxes on the nonfiled tax returns, is resulting in penalties and interest being calculated from the date the returns were due.  Avoiding filing and paying taxes can be costly.  Scheduled an appointment, if you are ready to resolve your tax return issues.

Audit Representation
Audit Reconsiderations

Have you gone through a tax audit resulting in an additional tax assessment, due to lack of documents that would have worked in your favor or did you miss the entire audit?  If you have discovered new information or documentation in your favor that will decrease or eliminate your tax assessment, we can reopen an old audit and decrease or eliminate your audit assessment.

Offer In Compromise 

The IRS has the authority to settle of compromise federal tax liability by accepting less than full amount under certain circumstances.  Offer in Compromise allows you to settle your taxes for less than what is owed.  You must meet one of the following:

  • The taxpayer cannot payoff the liability

  • There is doubt that the taxpayer actually owes the liability

  • The settlement would promote effective tax administration

Click here to determine if you qualify for an offer in compromise.

Note: Generally it is necessary to file all tax returns before the IRS will start negotiating with you.  Generally, the IRS will accept an offer if it represents the most the agency can expect to collect within a reasonable time.

Installment Agreements

If you can't pay your taxes and can't borrow the money, an Installment Agreement is an alternative.  

You must meet the following:

  • You have filed all income tax returns,

  • You have filed all employment tax returns,

  • You have paid all payroll taxes for the most recent quarter, and

  • You file a Financial Statement if the amount of tax is over $25,000


  • $50,000 or less (combined tax, penalties, and interest) (payment plan up to 72 months).

  • Installment Agreements are limited to less than $100,000 (combined tax, penalties, and interest) for individuals and less than $25,000 (combined tax, penalties, and interest) for businesses.

  • Penalties and interest accrue until the balance is paid in full.

Innocent Spouse Relief 

A husband and wife are generally liable jointly and individually for the entire tax on a joint return.  Are you an innocent spouse being held liable for errors on the return caused by the actions of your spouse?  Are you divorced and the government is attempting to collect from you and you should be considered an innocent spouse?  An "innocent spouse" can possibly be relieved of the tax liability.  Schedule an appointment to determine if you qualify.

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