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IRS Levies

Has the IRS seized any of your assets? You need Rapid Resolution Tax Group representing your rights.

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Wage Garnishment

Are your wages being garnished for unpaid taxes? Contact us today to see what we can do for you.

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IRS Payment Plans

Want to settle your tax debt but do not qualify for an offer in compromise? You may need to enter into a payment plan.

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Innocent Spouse

Innocent Spouse relief was created by the IRS because of the scenarios that arise when it would be unfair to hold a spouse liable for the tax liability that was created by another.

This offer is designed to relieve you from taxes, penalties, and interest acquired from a joint-tax return filed with a spouse or ex-spouse. The IRS offers innocent parties opportunities for relief from tax debt liability resulting from the mistakes or errors of another.

This is a great chance for people burdened with tax debt through the poor choices of their spouse. While the IRS normally holds both spouses equally responsible for jointly filed tax return, they now understand other situations come into play.  

If you were not aware of your spouse committing tax fraud, you can possibly be relieved of the debt through innocent spouse relief. In order to qualify you must meet a set of requirements determined by the IRS.

Three Situations of Innocent Spouse Relief:

  • "Classic" Innocent Spouse Relief Requirements: Relief available for an understatement of tax while filing a joint return.
  • Relief by Separation of Liability Requirements: Under this form of relief the understatement of tax is allocated between you and your spouse or former spouse.
  • Equitable Relief Requirements: Relief is available for an understatement of tax as well as an underpayment of tax. This type of relief is used if someone does not qualify for the first two types of relief but it would be unfair to hold them liable for the tax amount owed.

If you are an innocent spouse, you need our help. Contact Rapid Resolution Tax Group today and we will make sure you are protected.