LOS ANGELES, CA, August 19, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- John (Walnut Creek, CA) came to Blue Tax for failure to comply with outstanding IRS taxes owed. He owed taxes for 2007-2008 and had also filed bankruptcy for those years. Once the bankruptcy was discharged, the IRS started collections against John again. Blue Tax's challenge was to ensure that John did not get collected on and to establish a resolution.
John's case was complicated. After completing the financials for him, it was then determined that he was good applicant for Currently Non-Collectible status (CNC). What made this case complicated was that he had a lot of medical expenses that needed to be substantiated. The IRS did not allow very many of John's expenses. Blue Tax was able to explain to the IRS that John was in a hardship position due to his many medical conditions requiring him to pay outrageous expenses just to survive. After substantiating his medical conditions, the IRS accepted Blue Tax's application for John's CNC status.
In the end, the experts at Blue Tax satisfied all of the client's needs while going above and beyond to secure a favorable outcome for him. John was so extremely grateful to Blue Tax, that he submitted this trust link on TrustLink.org:
"I wanted to express my appreciation for Sean and Jimmy at Blue Tax. They did a great job for me with the IRS, and helped to solve a fairly serious problem. Good communication, very conscientious, just first rate service. Thanks, guys."
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