LOS ANGELES, CA, June 20, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- More and more now, the IRS officers who pursue back taxes are becoming aggressive and inflexible, demanding payments from taxpayers without regard for their personal situation.
Pamela (Fresno, CA) was feeling the pinch from an IRS Revenue Officer who was hammering her to make a payment on the approximately $11,000 she owed to the IRS. At her wits' end, she contacted Blue Tax.
The Blue Tax team interviewed Pamela and discovered that the Revenue Officer had given her a deadline to make a $200 payment. They were also able to ascertain that she indeed would be unable to fulfill this obligation imposed by the aggressive Revenue Officer. The Blue Tax office knew that the negotiating to put Pamela on a Non Collectible Status in short order would be a challenge. But challenges are what the Blue Tax team lives for! While intervening between client and the RO who was obviously being hostile would be tough, they were set on getting client a favorable outcome.
First, Blue Tax called the IRS to map out their plan for resolution. They then sent the client their financial questionnaire. They made several calls to the Revenue Officer who, not being the most expeditious individual, never answered their phone calls. The persistent Blue Tax team had to leave several voicemails until he finally returned their call. In speaking with the Revenue Officer, Blue Tax discovered that the client needed to file her 2009 and 2010 returns. Blue Tax went through the client's financials to verify or dispute any issues, thereby bringing her into compliance. She didn't have the ability to pay based on the financial analysis, so they negotiated a Currently Non-Collectible status (CNC) for her.
Pamela was so relieved that she no longer had the frustration of dealing with a hostile Revenue Officer and that she didn't have to pay back a debt that would clearly create a financial hardship for her. It didn't hurt that Blue Tax was able to resolve all of these issues within a remarkable 20-day window either!
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