The most common question I hear from prospective tax relief clients is this:
Will hiring a tax lawyer make my situation worse?
In other words, am I actually calling the IRS’s attention to my case by seeking tax debt resolution? This is a reasonable question, especially given the high stakes in these situations. But the answer is no.
Why Seeking Tax Resolution Will Not Make Your Situation Worse
If you owe back taxes, you’re already on the IRS’s radar, no matter how quiet it’s been. From the very first day that you missed the filing deadline, you’re on their list for collections. It’s not a matter of if they’ll find you; it’s only a matter of when.
The IRS is a slow-moving organization, a sleeping giant. They may wait years before sending you a notice of intent to levy. But the IRS is only slow until the hammer comes down. Once the collections process starts, it won’t take long before they’re knocking at your door. Don’t wait for the IRS to catch up — and for your tax problem to worsen — before you take action.
To make matters worse, in the next few years, the Biden Administration is allocating billions of dollars towards increased IRS collections. This means more revenue officers, more audits, and more scrutiny — all the more reason to be proactive and take the first step toward resolution.
Calling Boxelder: Taking the First Step
Hiring a licensed tax attorney will not make things worse – it’s the first step in taking control of your destiny. Boxelder is a full-service Denver tax relief firm offering not only legal representation, but also accounting and historical bookkeeping. We’ll help you make a plan to solve your tax problems permanently.
Give our Denver tax experts a call 303-317-6111 or click the button below to schedule your free tax consultation, and start your comeback story today.