TAX DEBT RESOLUTION
We’re proud to announce that Community Tax, an industry leader in tax resolution, has joined the NextPoint Financial family of companies.
THE IRS ALONE
When tax trouble strikes, it strikes hard. The moment the first notice shows up in your mailbox, you know you could potentially face fines, levies, liens — and the wrath of the IRS. Luckily, you have a friend in this fight. Liberty Tax is proud to welcome Community Tax, a tax resolution firm that has resolved over $1 billion in tax liabilities, to its corporate family. The professionals at Community Tax offer affordable Tax Debt Resolution services for both individuals and businesses facing IRS trouble.
LET'S RESOLVE YOUR TAX DEBT
On the road to resolution, sometimes the first step can be the most difficult. But with potential fines and penalties accruing in the background, there is no better time to start than right now. So what are you waiting for? Let's take this journey together.
A team of professionals ready to help you navigate and resolve your tax related issues.
No Hidden Fees
When you’re already worrying about tax debt, you shouldn’t have to worry about the resolution process. At Community Tax, we value transparency and trust with our clients — which means no hidden fees.
With a team comprised of licensed Tax Practitioners, Attorneys, Enrolled Agents, and other professionals, you can relax knowing the experts are on your side.
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Unlike many competitors, Community Tax specializes in — and offers complete solutions for — more than 15 unique financial situations.
WITH COMMUNITY TAX
More than 14 million Americans experience tax trouble each year, and no two tax cases are exactly the same. With so many circumstances at play, there are several paths to tax debt resolution, each with its own merits. Your dedicated advocates at Community Tax will work with both you and the IRS to reach the best resolution for your individual case. Clients receive personalized support and a detailed report to help resolve their tax debt once and for all.
Schedule a complimentary consultation with Community Tax’s seasoned professionals, who will provide you with a free tax analysis to determine the proper resolution for your tax liability. Resolution
The investigation process commences with filing a Tax Authorization Information Form 8821 on your behalf to obtain a complete record of your tax account. After meticulously analyzing this data, Community Tax’s professionals will plot a plan of action to address the problem.
Community Tax will continue to gather and organize in-depth information and financial documents as they prepare to submit your case for consideration directly to the IRS or your state’s revenue department.
WHAT WE OFFER
Together with Community Tax, we offer complete resolution services for any tax situation. These tax resolution types include:
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Offers in Compromise (OIC)
If you fear that settling your tax debt will put you in financial hardship, an Offer in Compromise, or OIC, may be your ticket to reduced liability. To achieve a successful OIC, your Community Tax Team will prepare a proposal detailing your current financial situation to prove that your total outstanding tax liability is too overwhelming to overcome. After reviewing a successful proposal, the IRS may reduce your tax debt by a substantial amount — on the condition that you pay a small percentage, of course. Community Tax has tremendous experience negotiating Offers in Compromise for its clients.
Installment Agreements (IA)
Often, total tax liabilities are too significant to pay off at once. Luckily, the IRS offers a variety of other installment agreements to split the cost of debt over time.
Stair Step Agreements
This type of installment agreement permits the taxpayer to settle other, more pressing liabilities, such as a car loan or child support, before turning their attention to tax debt.
Streamlined Installment Agreements
For those who owe less than $50,000, the streamlined installment agreement allows taxpayers to pay off their liability over a 60–72 month period without disclosing all of their financial information to the IRS.
Partial Pay installment Agreements (PPIA)
While complex, PPIAs can potentially save taxpayers a hefty portion of their liability. Instead of spreading the total tax debt amount over time, PPIAs divide what the taxpayer can afford to pay over ten years.
Conditional Expense Installment Agreements
If a taxpayer has unavoidable payment schedule obligations such as a 401(k) program, the IRS may allow these payments to continue under a Conditional Expense Installment Agreement — provided that payments are still being made towards the liability, of course.
Traditional Installment Agreements
The most straightforward installment agreement, the traditional installment agreement spreads the taxpayer’s total tax liability over ten years, making regular payments much more manageable.
Currently Not Collectible Status
Taxpayers who are currently experiencing financial hardship and have outstanding tax debt may achieve 100% relief as they get back on their feet. Community Tax will submit a Currently Not Collectible proposal if the client cannot meet their basic financial obligations — let alone their tax debt. If the IRS accepts the proposal, any outstanding liability will be labeled as “Currently Not Collectible,” meaning that they cannot take collection actions such as liens, levies, and garnishments until the taxpayer’s financial situation has improved.
If you’re trying to stay on top of tax debt, the last thing you need is your liability steadily increasing due to tax-debt-related penalties. However, in certain circumstances, you may be able to remove any penalties to help keep your debt manageable. A successful penalty abatement proposal will not only include financial documents but anything that proves that your tax debt was the result of factors outside of your control.