Serving Assisted Living Operators Nationwide
While you may recognize the importance of dealing with tax issues as they arise, workforce, finance and payment model challenges in today’s healthcare market are difficult and time consuming enough. We’re here to help. Tax debt reduction programs under federal law provide real relief for assisted living community owners, but they can be very complex to navigate. We can help you solve your IRS related issues by leveraging the law in your favor and potentially can save you thousands of dollars.
The IRS is Serious About Assisted Living Operators Who Owe Unpaid Taxes
Not only can they take your property, they can also come after you personally if they think you have willfully avoided paying your taxes. If the IRS has contacted you regarding tax debts, they have likely already begun to build their case against you. Evading tax debt comes at a heavy price: felony conviction, 5 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine and the cost of prosecution (26 USC §7201). It’s more important than ever to have an experienced tax lawyer who can take the IRS head-on by your side, armed with a vast knowledge of the tax debt law and IRS proceedings. Dealing with the IRS can be daunting, but with the right help you can get your life back on track and your financial house in order.
IRS Tax Debt Relief Process
The process of settling IRS debt is a lengthy one. It requires a strict adherence to time and filing requirements. You have the right to appeal a denied submission as well, including in administrative hearings or before the U.S. Tax Court. During these types of proceedings, you have the right to be represented by counsel. Don’t take on the IRS alone. Contact us today to discuss your case and we’ll quickly determine if we’re the right fit.
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