We have settled several hundred thousands of dollars worth of IRS liabilities.
Matthew T. Desrochers is licensed in the US Tax Court (which allows representation throughout the US.) as well as in the United States Bankruptcy Court. No matter how challenging the tax issue, Matthew develops the right tax relief strategy using sound tactics designed around the individual case. We are aggressive in our representation of our clients, stopping only when we have achieved a satisfactory IRS settlement, which satisfies the tax relief strategy that is right for the client.
IRS SETTLEMENT: OFFER IN COMPROMISE
Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a program within the IRS that allows a taxpayer to avoid paying outstanding taxes. This program eliminates ALL INTEREST AND PENALTIES. Attorney Matthew Desrochers is knowledgeable about the precise approval, which is not granted to every person who applies; it is important to speak with a professional who knows this program inside and out.
Sample of OIC guidelines
- Taxpayers' disposable income based upon household size and location within the U.S.
- Liquidation analysis will assess the assets owned by the taxpayer.
This program will also remove ALL liens, wage garnishments, and bank levies including items related to your Credit Report.
If your situation meets these specific criteria, our office can prepare and negotiate a reasonable resolution with the IRS for you.
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It is risky for the individual, who has no experience with the IRS, to attempt to represent him or herself. When you have a tax issue, you are in need of assistance. Our attorneys know how the IRS works. We know the type of information they will seek, and we know what terms they may accept as resolution of a tax problem. There are various types of tax problems, each of which has a suitable solution.
We provide expert assistance for:
- Payroll tax
- Income tax
- Wage garnishment
- Trust fund penalty
- IRS tax levies
- IRS asset seizures
- Innocent spouse
- IRS installment agreements
- Appeal process
- Tax court
- IRS audit, professional representation that you need to tackle this tax audit from the very start
DISCHARGE OF TAX IN BANKRUPTCY
The general rule is that taxes are not discharged in a bankruptcy. Taxes are referred to as ‘priority debt' in bankruptcy. However, there are specific and technical rules that are an exception to the general rule.
Payroll taxes that are withheld by you as the employer, the trust fund portion are not dischargeable in bankruptcy.
Whether other tax liabilities may be discharged in your Chapter 7 bankruptcy case begins with determining whether a tax returned was filed. If not, tax is not dischargeable in your bankruptcy case. If the tax liability is more than three years old, and the return was filed more than two years prior to the filing of the bankruptcy petition, and more than 240 days, plus 30 days after an assessment, and the return was not fraudulent, then the tax may be eligible to be discharged in your bankruptcy. Yes, you need a tax transcript to identify the exact dates that returns were filed, and extensions granted, and exact dates for assessments, to calculate precisely when a bankruptcy petition should be filed in order to discharge tax liability.
Bankruptcy is not a solution to be taken lightly. Obtain the necessary information from the Law Offices of Matthew T. Desrochers, P.C. Through legal consultation and representation, when necessary, you can look forward to a brighter future.
Call (781) 279-1822 today, or visit the contact us page.