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How One Man Reduced His Tax Bill By $180,000….

A new client came to me with a serious problem: He hadn’t filed personal income tax returns for the last 15 years, and the IRS had just sent him a bill for $330,000.

The IRS made a guess as to what he should owe, then doubled the bill with penalties. With careful attention to detail, I was able to file 9 of those 15 years with favorable tax returns, negotiate a $30,000 reduction in the penalties, and establish an affordable monthly payment plan on the remaining balance. In all, this client saved $180,000 by seeking professional representation for his IRS problem.


How to legally reduce your IRS penalties…

IRS penalties can add up to 65% of your total bill to the government. Obtaining relief from these penalties can make an incredible difference in your ability to resolve your tax liability.

The IRS penalty reduction process, called a penalty abatement, has very strict criteria. Before applying for penalty forgiveness, you must ensure that you meet reasonable cause criteria. Then, you must format your application letter in a particular way in order to maximize your chances of success with the IRS.

With our Penalty Abatement Sample Letter Kit, you’ll not only have the guide you need for submitting a successful application, but example letters that you can use to write your own application. Learn more about the Penalty Abatement Sample Letter Kit.


Tax Humor

When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ball-point pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat this problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion in taxpayer money developing a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, on almost any surface including glass and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to over 300 C.

The Russians used a pencil.
A fool and his money are soon parted. The rest of us wait until income tax time.

"Doing your own income tax return is a lot like a do-it-yourself mugging."


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There once was a dog named Tax. I opened the door, and in come Tax.