We are a group of Licensed Tax Professioanls who will resolve your tax problems. We can meet with you face to face to discuss your case and work out a solution. We also prepare personal and all business tax returns.
See our Tax Help Brochure for further introduction, and then call Tax Help Associates, introduce yourself, advise us of your situation, and we’ll do what it takes to represent your best interests before the IRS and State taxing authorities.
Tax Help Associates recently contacted randomly selected clients asking if they would write a letter recommending our services. Here are a few of the replies.
Below are a few examples of how Tax Help Associates used its professional edge to get results for clients who thought they had no alternative. Clients who owed literally “millions” in back taxes have walked away paying a small percentage of the amount due. There is no case too big or small for Tax Help… Our agents have seen it all!
Click the below titles to open a PDF brochure describing our success stories, or visit our “News” page to learn more.
Gerry, a moving-and-carting business owner, owed $29,000 in personal and payroll taxes. Tax Help Associates filed an Offer in Compromise on Gerry’s behalf for $5,000. The IRS accepted and Gerry saved $24,000. Two years later Gerry is still up to date and in good standing with the IRS.
Larry owed the IRS $41,000 and made an Offer in Compromise of $5,000. The IRS rejected Larry’s Offer at the District level. Tax Help Associates, however, reviewed Larry’s records, determined that the IRS had made a mistake and appealed the decision to a higher level. The appeal worked. The IRS accepted Larry’s offer. He saved $36,000.
Mark and Beverly owed $200,000 – a debt that they would never be able to pay off on her waitress’ and his construction worker’s salary. Tax Help Associates helped them get the IRS to accept $25,000 as payment in full on their debts. Mark and Beverly saved $175,000.
Randy, a self-employed attorney, owed $115,000 in penalties and interest. By submitting an Offer in Compromise, Tax Help Associates got the IRS to accept $70,000 as payment in full on Randy’s tax debt. Randy saved over $45,000.
Melvin owed the IRS $65,000. He was a self employed baker who had been falling behind in his taxes for five years. His Offer in Compromise settlement: $7,000. Melvin saved $58,000.
Murray, a steel worker, owed the IRS $220,000. Tax Help Associates submitted an Offer in Compromise to the IRS of $37,000 on Murray’s behalf. The IRS accepted, and Murray saved $183,000.