Tax Relief

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We negotiate with the IRS and the State for you

If you’ve fallen behind on your tax payments and found yourself further into tax debt, it is time to seek the help of our enrolled Agents (EA) or/and tax attorneys. Our tax experts offer custom solutions to your tax problems and can help with reducing the amount you owe through OIC or negotiating an installment plan with the IRS for you.

We aggressively represent our clients before the IRS and the State to give our clients the relief that they need to move on with their lives. Our Relief service includes helping our clients minimize their tax liabilities by utilizing favorable income tax provisions and applicable deductions and credits. If our clients can’t pay their tax liabilities, we help them settle their unpaid tax liabilities through various programs.

What We Offer

Some Common Tax Solutions:

The agreement between both the taxpayer and the IRS outlining and settling the taxpayer’s tax liabilities for a lower amount than the present balanced owed.


  • You must file all tax returns you are legally required to file
  • You have received a bill for at least one tax debt included in your offer
  • You have made all required estimated tax payments for the current year
  • (Business owner with employees) You have made all required federal tax deposits for the current quarter and the two preceding quarters.
  • For more information, Check out the IRS Pre-qualifier here; Booklet (Form 656-B) here

Payment Options:

  1. Lump-sum cash: Requires 20% of the total offer amount to be paid with the offer, and the remaining balance paid in 5 or fewer payments.
  2. Periodic Payment: You must make the first payment with the offer and pay the remaining balance in monthly payments within 6-24 months of your offer.

A penalty abatement is when the IRS reduces or eliminates any penalties that have been issued against you. It is relatively uncommon for the IRS to abate penalties.


  • You didn’t have to file a return previously
  • You have no penalties for the 3 tax years prior to the tax year in which you incurred a penalty
  • You filed all legally required returns
  • You filed an extension of time to file your return
  • You have paid, or arranged to pay, any tax due

An installment plan is best if you believe you can afford to make payments to pay off your back taxes. Not paying taxes can accrue interest and penalties that will lead to IRS levy actions. It is best to hire a professional to represent you when negotiating the terms of your installment plan with the IRS as they can use the information you provided against you.


  • Short-term payment plan: You must owe less than $100,000 in combined penalties, taxes, and interest.
  • Long-term payment plan: You must owe less than $50,000 in combined penalties, taxes, and interest.

A partial pay installment agreement with the IRS is a payment plan that allows you to pay off a portion of your unpaid taxes in monthly installments. The IRS has only ten years to recover a tax amount from the time the tax return is filed. The balance you owed is forgiven after the 10-year period. This resolution has the potential to save money but is very hard to qualify for.


  • You filed all legally required returns
  • You have paid any tax due
  • Cannot have an active OIC, or bankruptcy.
  • If you own home, car, or land, the IRS may ask you to borrow against your asset to pay your tax liability.
ATS is a true lifesaver. We owe 80K in back taxes and they were able to reduce it to a very small amount. The process took 16 months but it's just part of the process with the IRS.
Albert S.