“No one wants to receive a dreaded IRS letter. A collection letter might feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders. We’re here to help.”
- Alyssa Maloof Whatley
How Many IRS Letters Will I Get?
The IRS will send your case through the whole collection notice cycle, which typically goes CP14, CP501, CP503, CP504, and CP90/LT11/Ltr 1058. The final letter gives you appeal rights to stop collection action and propose a collection alternative such as an installment agreement, currently non-collectible, or an offer in compromise.
If you failed to response to the notices, the IRS can moved forward with collection action such as wage garnishments, bank levies, and putting liens on personal and real property.
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“When I first spoke to Alyssa I was facing an IRS Audit for two years at the same time and felt extremely overwhelmed. Alyssa outlined a solid approach and was very easy to talk to and understand. My tax liabilities were brought down by 50%.”
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“Working with a qualified tax attorney allows Taxpayer to get personalized tax guidance to determine which IRS programs are best suits their needs based on their unique situation and financial goals.”
- Alyssa Maloof Whatley