Britt and Burroughs will advise you on the best way to eliminate your tax debt, which may include the following:
- Streamlined Installment Agreements
- Installment Agreement Negotiation
- Partial-pay Installment Agreements
- Currently Not Collectible Status
- Innocent Spouse Application
When it comes to IRS tax relief and resolution, each situation is unique. At Britt and Burroughs, we analyze your tax situation and tailor our legal counsel to obtain the best result for you.
While many people would like to settle for less than the full amount through an offer in compromise, this type of relief is not available for everyone. By working with a local leader in tax law, you will benefit from our major strength — personal attention — which allows us to personally tailor IRS negotiations and settlements that are appropriate to your situation.
Don’t lose sleep over IRS or state tax collection letters. Call Britt and Burroughs to help you get the tax relief and resolution you deserve.
A past due tax debt can be overwhelming. Further, the IRS’ or Georgia Department of Revenue’s collection methods can have serious consequences. Tax authorities can file liens on your assets, garnish your wages or levy your bank accounts. Call Britt and Burroughs today if you have any outstanding federal or state tax liability. We have extensive experience negotiating with tax authorities on behalf of taxpayers to resolve past due liabilities – sometimes for less than what is owed. Allow us to evaluate your tax debt to determine the best manner by which you can stop collection activity and efficiently resolve your tax debt.
Currently Not Collectable Status
You may have incurred a significant tax debt, but have fallen on hard times and cannot currently pay the liability. Our attorneys can analyze your financial situation or current hardship and determine how we can suspend collection activity until you get back on your feet.
Britt and Burroughs also utilizes Partial Pay Installment Agreements and other relief procedures to help minimize collection activity against taxpayers.