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Have you recently received a notice from the IRS demanding payment? Are you struggling to figure out how you will ever pay back taxes or a large tax liability? Are you losing sleep worrying about what you are going to do about all of those unfiled tax returns? Has the IRS levied your wages or your bank account? Have you been contacted about an upcoming IRS audit?

You are not alone…

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I knew my business was in trouble, things slowed down a lot. I owed the IRS a lot of money and I did not know what to do. I felt like getting some help would be impossible.  I heard an ad on the TV about tax relief and I took a chance and called Success Tax Relief and explained my tax problem. I owed $180,000 to the IRS and I was flat broke, I had 7 years of unfiled tax returns.  Once they filed all of my tax returns, then I ended up owing $30,000 and we settled with the IRS for $3000.00 I was overcome with joy and my business is recovering, thanks Success Tax Relief!

L. Smithers L. Smithers

New Mexico

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IRS Audits

Have you received an audit notice from the IRS? Are you worried that you may not be able to provide the exact documentation they’re asking for? Or perhaps you do not agree with an audit ruling. Whatever your situation may be, you can rest assure that you’ve come to the right place.

Tax Preparation

Are you behind on filing your tax returns? Is trying to sort out back taxes giving you a headache? Or maybe the IRS has come knocking on your door to collect funds. Audits, Offer in Compromise, Penalty Abatement – you name it. We’re here to help you prepare your taxes and ensure you are in good standing with the IRS.

Offer In Compromise

Unable to pay the IRS due to your current financial situation? We understand. However do NOT risk the possibility of the IRS putting a levy or lien on your assets. We’re here to negotiate on your behalf and settle your tax debt for a smaller sum than the amount initially requested from the IRS.