Blogs

Even if you can’t pay the IRS right now, here’s what you should know.This is a transcript from a short Q&A with Attorney Tony Ramos, where he answers some of the most searched questions about dealing with the IRS.Delinquent Payroll Taxes: The Good & Bad NewsIf you owe the irs payroll taxes that you cannot

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Blogs, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Currently Not Collectable

(With Just One Phone Call)Hi, this is tax attorney Tony Ramos. I want to talk about IRS tax relief during Covid. If you have been impacted by the Coronavirus situation. Such as having been laid off, and you don’t know if and when you’re going to be able to work anytime soon…. You may have applied for

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Audits, Blogs

…And How Long Does An IRS Audit Take?This is a transcript from a short Q&A Video filmed. Attorney Tony Ramos answers some of the most Google-searched for questions about dealing with the IRS. Today, attorney Tony Ramos answers several questions regarding IRS audits. They are:”How far back can the IRS audit me?””How long does an audit

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Blogs, Case Studies

Let me tell you about a client who’s tax debt I helped reduce. He had a roofing business, and owed the IRS $215,828.17. This was in February of 2019.My client was retirement age and not in good health; he had substantial equity in his home and fairly good income.When you file an offer-in-compromise with the

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Blogs, Case Studies

One important consideration made more than a $90,000 difference.Let me tell you about an offer-in-compromise case that I recently completed. My client was the pastor of a little church and he depended on the offerings for his income. Before he came to see me, he had several years of tax problems. I think he had his

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Blogs, Penalty Abatement

That’s a great questions. One of the most common questions I get is:”Can you call the IRS for me, offer them 50 cents on the dollar and settle it right there.” Well, I begin by telling my clients that the IRS cannot just cut the debt, because the law doesn’t allow them to do so. That said,

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Blogs

About Tax Attorney Tony RamosI’m Tony Ramos, proud owner of The Law Office Of Tony Ramos PC.I look forward to sharing my story and hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better.I enjoy rescuing clients from difficult situations.For twelve years, from 1989 to 2000, I filed 1949 bankruptcy cases. During that time I

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Blogs, IRS Debt Resolution Options, IRS Information, Tax Debt, Videos

Hi, this is attorney Tony Ramos with a question that I get asked very often from my clients: “How can I pay the IRS less than what I owe?”. Unfortunately, this is a common misunderstanding about reducing IRS tax debt.Many clients think that you can negotiate with the IRS like you would a businessman. Unfortunately,

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Blogs, Lawyers, Tax Debt

A short answer from tax attorney Tony Ramos.Yes, because an attorney who practices in this area is going to be aware of the laws and the procedures that Revenue officers and other IRS employees have to follow when they’re dealing with taxpayers. IRS officers use the Internal Revenue Manual that is very long and detailed

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Blogs, IRS Information

How Does Wage Garnishment Work, Exactly?…and can a wage garnishment be stopped?Here is the way that wage garnishments work as far as the IRS is concerned:First, they have to give you the appropriate notices and your right to a hearing, unless you don’t respond to them by the deadline. If you don’t respond by the deadline,

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IRS Information, Levies

This blog post is adapted from a transcript of our new podcast, Tax Relief Academy. You can listen to the podcast episode here:This information is for entertainment purposes; do not consider it legal advice.What is Notice of Intent to levy?Notice of Intent to levy is a notice from the IRS that is the last of

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Blogs, Lawyers

How I Decide A Client’s Attorney’s FeesIf you owe the IRS back taxes, you know it is expensive and may be thinking:”I really can’t afford to pay the IRS, much less an attorney right now”,Sometimes you have to think about whether or not you need professional help, because if you owe the IRS, you have

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