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IRS Tax Relief

As a U.S. taxpayer, owing money to the IRS can be intimidating. While debt is never a pleasant experience, there are few creditors more anxiety-producing than the IRS. If you owe a substantial amount of back taxes, the continually increasing interest charges, fees, and fines can make it seem like you'll never get square with Uncle Sam. Fortunately, relief is available.

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Many Americans mistakenly think that you can't find relief for your IRS tax debts through bankruptcy. The truth is, as long as you've filed your returns, bankruptcy can in many cases wipe out your unpaid IRS debts. Call or text us today to schedule a free bankruptcy evaluation with one of our experienced debt relief attorneys.

How To Get a Fresh Start? The Options

While people consider various options when dealing with tax problems, bankruptcy is the only one that lets you build a fresh start. The IRS offers some assistance to people struggling with back taxes, but none of these options afford the complete debt relief that bankruptcy provides. Not only can you wipe out unpaid taxes, but you can eliminate your other debts at the same time.

There are two types of personal bankruptcy that you can choose: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.

With Chapter 7, you can completely eliminate your unsecured debts, including qualifying back taxes. On the other hand, Chapter 13 restructures your debts, IRS taxes included, into a 3-to-5-year repayment plan. You'll be able to make one affordable monthly payment to get caught up on what you owe.

A DebtStoppers attorney near you can review your financial situation and help you decide between bankruptcies. Call or text us today to claim your free initial consultation with one of our accomplished lawyers.

Learn How To Avoid Scams

You probably have seen ads for tax debt relief companies on TV or heard their claims on the radio. They offer to negotiate an IRS settlement that is much lower than the amount you owe.

More often than not, these are not legitimate businesses but fronts run by con artists looking to scam honest people like you out of their hard-earned cash. Before you write any company a check, you need to investigate their background.

Here are a few signs that the service you're considering is actually a scam:

These fraudsters will charge you exorbitant fees and then fail to provide any relief. Unsurprisingly, they also don't offer refunds.

Ask for a Free Debt Analysis

If you're considering an IRS tax relief plan, schedule a free debt analysis with one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys. DebtStoppers can help you decide the best way to get your fresh start. Call or text us today to sign up for your case assessment.

Real relief is out there; you just have to look in the right place! Call or text DebtStoppers today.

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