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It may be! And you should not have to fight them ALONE!
Many of our clients have told us that as soon as they know they have a tax professional providing expert tax advice working for them and they do not personally have to talk to the IRS anymore, there is an immediate relief of stress and anxiety.
And, once we file a power of attorney for you with the IRS and they are not supposed to contact you personally; they must work through our office. If they do contact you, you can tell them to call us and let us deal with them.
We fight for our clients’ rights every day, and stop unjust, unfair and unlawful actions taken by IRS employees. The fact is, the IRS cannot enforce a collection action against you that causes a financial hardship. That does not mean that they won't try. If you do not know how to fight the IRS for your rights, they will win. Call our office at 1-877-720-3IRS (3477) and we will make sure the IRS treats you fairly and treats you with respect!
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As a licensed Tax Help professional since 1979, Jay Allen Finn has been trusted by clients with their various tax problems. Some have chosen other tax resolution companies previously that are not BBB accredited and did not receive the tax help they deserved or expected nor were their cases resolved.
DoggedbyIRS Client Success Stories
[Posted on March 27, 2013]
Many of our clients have had great success by hiring DoggedbyIRS.com to help them with their income tax issues, wage garnishment troubles, and other IRS difficultites. Jay Allen Finn has had years of experience working both for and against the IRS.
How to Remove an IRS Tax Levy
[Posted on March 4, 2013]
The IRS may issue a tax levy if you fail to pay any of your tax debt. Typically, you will receive a Notice of Intent to Levy and if this is not complied with, the IRS will take action in the form of a bank levy or wage garnishment. The three types of federal levies most commonly used by the IRS are wage garnishments, bank levies and federal or state payment levies.Wage garnishments are immediate. Once the IRS issues the notice they will begin with the wage levy.
Stop Wage Garnishment
Wage garnishment can place a tremendous burden on you. Sometimes the IRS will place wage garnishment on those who have not made any arrangements with them to pay off a tax debt or answer IRS letters. They can take about as much as 70 percent out of your check and can even go after property and other entities like Social Security. If this describes your situation, talk to Jay Allen Finn, CPA, now. Mr. Finn has the experience and knowledge it takes to deal with the IRS and obtain for you a fair deal where you can pay them the debt without worrying about them taking funds from your paycheck. IRS tax problems can result in you having to pay a lot more than you expect unless you act now. Mr. Finn will show you what you need to do so you can get expert tax advice with any irs garnishment.
IRS Bank Levy
When people get in trouble with the IRS, sometimes they place a bank or wage levy on them. This is where the IRS takes a good portion of your paycheck to pay a tax debt. If this has happened to you, call Jay Allen Finn, CPA. Mr. Finn can use his knowledge of the IRS to help you with IRS bank levies. He has more than 30 years of experience with the IRS and as a former Revenue Agent and knows how to solve an IRS problem. Mr. Finn has helped many people get out of trouble with the IRS and can certainly help you. If you need IRS tax help and experiencing frustrating IRS bank levies, contact Mr. Finn and he will help you find a reasonable solution.
Tax Credits and Changes in IRS Taxes
[Posted on Feb. 23]
Other than extending unemployment for 13 months, the following tax programs were cut until the tax law was passed in December 2010, but were recovered at that time. They are now effective for the entire 2010 tax year as well as 2011:
- Educator Expense Deduction of $250
- State Sales Tax (an itemized deduction) instead of State Income Tax (which Texas does not have)
- Higher Education Tuition and Fees Deduction
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