Figuring out where you stand with the IRS

Often we’ll start a tax case by researching your IRS record for a nominal fee. This is especially important when you don’t know much about the case, or when returns haven’t been filed for a long time. Often enough, the expiration date is the critical detail.

Tax expiration is important because all taxes expire 10 years after they were assessed. (Exceptions to this are caused by filing bankruptcy or filing an Offer in Compromise that gets rejected.)

There’s nothing better than having your tax debt simply expire, so sometimes our only step is to find your tax expiration date.

You should expect any licensed tax professional to research your IRS record no matter how complex or simple your tax case may be.

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