SACRAMENTO, Calif. - July 9, 2013 // PRNewswire // - Some people who owe substantial tax payments to the Internal Revenue Service might actually be able to settle their cases for a tiny fraction of the original amount – and it's all legal and affordable.
"Over the past ten years, Tax Tiger has helped thousands of individuals and businesses nationwide achieve peace of mind by negotiating the best possible resolution of their IRS tax problems. When life's circumstances land you in a position where you need the best IRS tax representation firm, you can trust Tax Tiger for affordable, effective and aggressive tax relief," said Kathy Hill, president and founder of Tax Tiger, a rapidly growing franchise with offices in Sacramento, San Diego, Minneapolis, Little Rock, Austin and Denver.
One Tax Tiger customer, Roseville, CA resident Jennifer Dunn, discovered a year ago that she was liable for nearly $70,000 owed to the IRS by her estranged husband's concrete business. She asked Hill to help and Tax Tiger negotiated an IRS compromise settlement of $871.
Amid her divorce, "I tried resolving it on my own with the IRS but wasn't getting anywhere," said Dunn, who said the IRS payment plan was more than she could afford on her schoolteacher salary. "Kathy Hill and Tax Tiger was a savior, I tell you."
Tax Tiger provides a variety of tax resolution services to address every specific situation, from the preparation of back tax returns, reducing penalties and interest, ensuring IRS liabilities are accurate, and IRS examinations (audits) are done fairly and accurately, researching tax matters, stopping wage garnishments, ending bank levies, removing tax liens, preventing property seizure, removing penalties and working to place clients into "currently non collectable status" so IRS collections will halt for an extended period of time, and much more.
Tax Tiger began as a faith-based business, founded by Kathy Hill in 2002, with a mission of helping individuals and businesses obtain relief and resolution from their IRS pressures and problems.
Today, Tax Tiger has grown into a leader among tax resolution companies by helping thousands of customers in nearly every state save more than $21,000,000 in back taxes, penalties, and interest. It is one of four founding members of the "National Association of Tax Resolution Companies."
"Our franchisees are people who are CPAs or enrolled agents and who know how to run a business. Honesty and integrity are the key factors we look for in selecting new franchisees. I want their focus to be on resolving the clients' problems and seeing what they can do to make a difference in people's lives financially. We're not interested in working with greedy people," she said.
Our team includes Tax Attorneys, Enrolled Agents, Certified Public Accountants, and others with special expertise in the complex, ever-changing tax law field. To illustrate the caliber of the professionals affiliated with our company, several of the attorneys we work with hold LLMs in Taxation Law, and many years of experience resolving tax controversies with the IRS. We have CPAs who hold Masters Degrees in Taxation as well. Tax Tiger has been awarded an "A+" rating by the Better Business Bureau, and continues to maintain a highly ethical and superior level of service.
Tax Tiger is a member of the American Society of IRS Problem Solvers, as well as a member of the prestigious American Society of Tax Problem Solvers which is only granted to tax relief professionals such as CPAs, Tax Attorneys, or Enrolled Agents who are in good standing with the states that license them.
"Since 2002, we've saved our clients a documented $32,255,568 in back taxes, penalties and interest. This figure was calculated based on helping clients settle a total of $33,774,439 they owed to the IRS for just $1,518,870 - an average Offer in Compromise savings of 96% or 4 cents on the dollar," said Hill.
For new clients, Tax Tiger typically does a free financial consultation, looking at income, assets and monthly expenses to see what kind of repayment plan is possible. The company charges a fee ranging from $1,000 to negotiate an IRS installment plan to $4,800 for more time-consuming offer-in-compromise settlements. Clients make an initial down payment, then pay the rest within 10 to 12 months.
If they have few or no assets – no equity in a home, no 401(k), no investments, cars or real estate, they probably qualify for an "offer in compromise" (OIC) where the IRS agrees to settle a tax debt for less than what is owed. Settlements can take up to a year.
To arrange for a free consultation, go to www.TaxTiger.com or call 866-667-3829.
SOURCE Tax Tiger