CTR Helps Consumer-Facing IRS Collection Efforts
February 20, 2013
For US taxpayers expecting money back from the government after tax season is over, there is a feeling of satisfaction while they file their W2 forms. As the country continues to undergo a staggering economic depression, the levels of unemployment are still at an all time high, and the debt collection industries thrives, it uplifting feeling for those consumers who will receive that check this year.
However, for those taxpayers facing a much gloomier fate and are instead facing IRS collection, CTRs’ professional tax firm is now offering assistance to those individuals facing tax problems in order avoid these unwanted circumstances by settling collection problems immediately.
In times of such financial crisis, these types of issues are common, and it is important for individuals to take the certain steps required to safely get themselves out of IRS collections. Taxpayers who have received debt notices, it is very important to find a solution before the tax lien period is over in order to prevent the more serious, IRS collection.
“We’re offering this assistance to taxpayers because we recognize that a change needs to be made,” said a CTR representative, in a statement. “We’ve seen too many people lose property that is important to them. We want to help our clients avoid this fate by settling with the IRS early. Please let us solve your debt problems today.”
CTR specialists will sit down with each individual in order to help taxpayers create an individualized resolution plan that will be submitted to the IRS, which identities the steps they will take to pay off their debt. Experts will use any related financial documentations and will address an individuals’ accounts and assets to choose a plan that is practical for an individual and cause them any financial hardships.
During a time in our country where has become common for the IRS to seize taxpayers houses, cars and assets because of unpaid debts, a solution like CTRs’ is vital in order to avoid these financial issues.
For more information about CTRs’ three step program, click here.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli