Tax Crisis Rescue

Dealing with the IRS is a process that can exhaust you emotionally and financially. All the anxiety that stems from tax problems can be crippling to your life. Our team is here to help you find tax relief once and for all.

Settle your IRS Tax Debt.
Contact us now before it’s too late!

Give us the opportunity to fight your claim with the IRS


We’ll sit down with you and review your current situation. You’ll walk us through the events and milestones that have taken place so we can devise a solid strategy going forward. We even help re-create missing or non-existent records


Preparation is the key to facing the IRS. Ample time is invested in mapping a solid plan and playing out the different scenarios. Throughout the process we gather information and resources as we explore every avenue possible. In the end you will have a case designed to bring about your desired resolution swiftly and effectively.


We will work directly with the IRS to negotiate the best settlement for your situation. We represent and fight not only for your financial relief but to release you from the emotional pain that comes with tax debt. Remember, your quality of life is at stake.

Resolve your tax disputes today.

Our personal, hands on approach will give you the confidence you need to get the wheels in motion. You can feel secure knowing that your best interests are at the forefront of our planning.

Not all CPA’s have experience dealing with the IRS so it’s important you partner with a team that knows the complexities of the system or you will get lost in the IRS world.


An Offer in Compromise is an out of court agreement that cuts down the total amount owed to the IRS. If you qualify, IRS will settle your debt in full for considerably less than you owe.
If you are looking to pay down your debt slowly this option is for you. A properly structured installment agreement allows you to pay down your debt over a period of time up to 84 months.
There are tight restrictions and rules you must adhere to or the IRS won’t accept your bankruptcy claim. As a last option, and if your offer in compromise is rejected by the IRS, you can file for bankruptcy.
If the IRS is taking money from your account call us immediately. We can get things back on track within 2 weeks. We will issue a bank levy release which will stop the IRS from withdrawing money they claim is theirs.
If you are unable to pay the IRS your debts in full, a payment plan could potentially help you slowly pay back what you owe. Also known as an Installment Agreement, you can negotiate a reasonable monthly payment you can keep up with.
Tax Crisis Rescue can speak on your behalf if you feel the IRS audit method is oppressing your rights. Don’t put yourself in a position where you are not prepared because the IRS will use that to their advantage and further confuse you.
If you owe money to the IRS they can essentially put a lien on your home. A lien gives the government confidence that the debt will be paid so when you sell your home, all the profit will first go to pay the amount you owe the IRS. Removing a lien will require stringent criteria on your part, but Tax Crisis Rescue can help you rid of it.
Don’t get caught up in your (ex)spouse’s tax drama. If the IRS qualifies you as an Innocent Spouse you will be free of all the tax debt carried by your partner.
Your employer is legally required to collect a large percentage, ranging from 30-75% or more, from your paycheck. It is then sent to the IRS to pay back your debt.
All delinquent tax return must be legally filed prior to qualifying for an IRS Payment Plan or Offer in Compromise to settle back your taxes.
It is your right to request any of your governmental documents, including your IRS files. This will help you better understand where your tax problems stem from. The IRS is required to disclose the information used to assess back taxes and interest against taxpayers.
If you owe back taxes on delinquent payroll and employment taxes, it is important to resolve payroll tax debt problems swiftly to protect the future of your company since the IRS assigns a higher priority to collecting employment taxes than income taxes.
With over 145 different types of penalties, many taxpayers find themselves in a sticky situation with the IRS. Those taxpayers hit with IRS penalties could have their penalties abated, meaning partially or completely remove the penalty.
The IRS is legally prohibited to collect from your back taxes. Generally, the IRS has 10 years from the date of assessment to collect back taxes. The date of assessment is usually determined close to the filing date or audit assessment date.