5 Steps to Getting Your IRS Tax Lien Removed!

We have several taxpayer’s who come to us because they have an IRS tax lien on record. When the IRS files a tax lien it is reported at the county clerk and recorder’s office where the taxpayer resides. The goal of the tax lien is for the IRS to secure their interests in the IRS […]

3 Simple Steps Saves Taxpayer $5,000 payment

Recently we had a client come to us who had attempted to deal with her IRS tax debt on her own.  She owes the IRS $12,000 in personal tax liability. Ultimately the IRS had asked her to pay the tax debt in full in December of last year. She agreed.  However, when the deadline was […]

Offer In Compromise Generates $199,500 in Tax Savings!!

We recently had a client who settled with the IRS for $500. Total savings on your IRS tax bill in the amount of $199,500 doesn’t happen very often. However, this particular taxpayer owed a large liability stemming from an old corporation he was involved in. He also doesn’t have much in the way of assets […]

Five Good Reasons to E-File Your Tax Return

We thought this would be a great post considering it is now tax season. However, just be to clear, Highland Tax Group, Inc. does not prepare or file tax returns. We can however, pair you up with the appropriate resource to do so. Highland Tax Group, Inc. prides itself on developing relationships within the community […]

Currently Non – Collectible Agreed to on $80,000!

We recently were able to get a client into currently-non collectible status. It wasn’t an easy feat whatsoever. However, the client can now focus on rebuilding his business, rebuilding his financial livelihood, and all the while not having to worry about paying his IRS debts back. Currently non-collectible status is obtained by using the following […]

10 Ways to Handle IRS Correspondence

Does mail become confusing? Do you receive several notices for each tax module you owe? If you feel like you are trying to “navigate” the IRS code and law, IRS notices, and any correspondence you receive you are not alone. If you have IRS Tax Problems, chances are you are going to receive IRS mail. […]

5 Steps to Reinstating a Defaulted Installment Agreement

We have had to revisit installment agreements for various different reasons. A few reasons have been for lack of payment, accrual of additional taxes, failure to remit timely payments, and so forth. What is important to remember is the installment agreement usually can be reinstated rather quickly. The appropriate and following steps must be taken: […]

IRS Tax Debt Resolved!

Many times when our clients hire us to resolve their outstanding IRS tax debt, they are usually up against a wall. Either their bank accounts have been levied, wages garnished, or the IRS is knocking at their door. One of our clients came to us in January of this year with a levy against his […]

IRS Tax Problem? Confused By What You Owe?

A lot of people we come across with IRS Tax Problems are confused about what they owe. They (both businesses and individuals) even have existing representation in place and are actively working on their IRS Tax Problem. However, their current representative, CPA, attorney, or bookkeeper either hasn’t informed the taxpayer as to what they owe, […]

How to File an Offer In Compromise – A 5 Step Process

We filed an Offer in Compromise for a client in the beginning of February 2013.  His balance dues were less than $32,000 at the time. However, he had a few missing returns needing to be filed first. Once the returns were filed we could proceed with the financial form, collecting of supporting documentation, and subsequently […]