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Which Programs You May Qualify For

The IRS tax code is over 100,000+ pages long, and has more programs than you can count. You don’t have time for that. We can help you navigate the waters, and only apply for the programs that can save you the most money, so you don’t have to worry about it.

How Much You Will Have to Pay

We will have to go through a quick detailed financial assessment to see what programs yo can qualify for, but we routinely have clients legally get out of paying up to 90% - 95% of their tax debts. Imagine if you could only pay $5 when you owe $100?

Exactly What You Should Do Next

The longer you wait, the more interest and penalties that the IRS will tack on to the amount you owe. You need to know exactly what steps to take right now, and start down the path to freedom, before your situation becomes any worse. We can guide you along.

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Here's How the Process Works:

Free Initial Consultation and Financial Analysis

15 Minutes - We will go through your entire financial situation, step-by-step and see what programs you qualify for, determine how we can help, and answer any questions that you may have.


Research & Investigation

4-7 Days - Using the Power of Attorney, we will work with the IRS to determine what evidence they have against you (without disclosing anything), so we can create a plan of attack.


Fight for the Best Resolution

1-3 Months - After learning exactly what they have against you, we will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, removing all the penalties we can, and fighting for a great settlement for you.



Forever - Once your tax burdens have been lifted, you can go on living your life again! You will finally be free of the burdens chasing you, and can start fresh with no tax debt!

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How does IRS debt affect my credit score?

The IRS will automatically file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, which will appear on your credit reports as a severely negative piece, if you owe $10,000 or more, while the fact that you simply owe the IRS money is not automatically reported to credit reporting agencies. (It is in the same category as a repossession or court rulings.) Oregon and/or local taxing authorities might additionally file tax liens. The IRS may limit your capability to get credit, once it files a Notice of a Federal Tax Lien against you. And even though you file for bankruptcy, lien and your tax debt may continue.

Can tax debt be forgiven?

Yes, tax debt may be forgiven for all those who qualify for the plan. But it's not as easy as it seems. Most tax debts can't be wiped out in bankruptcy and in this case, you'll continue to owe them at the end of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, or you'll have to refund them in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan. Thus, in the event that you must discharge tax debts, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will likely be the better option, but only if your debts qualify for discharge and you are not ineligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy which entails the Bankruptcy Eligibility Rules.

Can a federal tax lien prevent you from getting a job?

Before making work offer, Eugene companies want to know whether potential employees have a history of, say, drug use or employee larceny. Background checks are a standard hoop for job-seekers to bound through. Unpaid taxes aren't usually covered, but it is a possibility. If you paid off your tax debt more or seven years back, don't worry about it. Federal law says tax liens vanish from your credit report after seven years. An employment credit check will turn it up when it's current, or more recent.

How can I appeal a letter or notice sent from the IRS?

Should you've been audited and you differ with the results, you have the right to file an appeal. Additionally, you may also file an income tax appeal in response to a tax lien, a a rejection of an offer in compromise, a tax levy, a fee, or if you otherwise disagree with a tax liability alteration made by the IRS. Write a protest letter, sign an Examination Report, and mail it to the IRS before the deadline recorded in the Report if you received it from the Internal Revenue Service. Provide a complete explanation and attach documents that are related to your protest.

How can I get a tax lien removed from my account and OR property?

IRS tax liens become legally unenforceable when the group window shuts. After the collection statute of limitations expires, the Internal Revenue Service will no longer have a valid lien on your property, including your house. After the IRS cannot collect from you, they will make an internal adjustment to their publications and credit your account for the amount of unpaid taxes, interest and fees. IRS account transcripts may be obtained confirming that you no longer owe them - they will contain a line entry along the lines of 'Time Frame To Collect Expired' and a resulting zero balance.

Does an offer in compromise agreement effect your credit score?

An Offer in Compromise no, will not affect your own credit score. The reason behind this is because credit services don't have any thought that an offer has filed or are seeking relief. You should get in touch with the credit companies and be sure the lien that is published is represented on your own credit report. An Offer in Compromise is among the applications the IRS uses to manage the tax laws of America and state of Oregon. They will allow qualifying individuals and companies that file an Offer in Compromise to lessen their total tax burden when IRS feels they have no options left.

Can I Negotiate my Tax Debt?

Yes, you can negotiate your tax debt with all the IRS. In the event you owe the federal government a tax debt, it could be less painful to strike a deal to settle your debt for under the full balance through an Offer in Compromise, thanks to new guidelines recently issued by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS may refuse to accept an Offer In Compromise if it believes the citizen has other assets. Nor will the OIC likely be accepted if the citizen transferred assets into the name of someone else, after they convicted the taxpayer of fraud, or if it would be against public policy such as settling a tax debt. Our Eugene team can determine if you qualify.

How do tax relief companies actually work?

Tax aid companies, like ours here in Eugene, are here to be an advocate to our customers located throughout the beautiful state of Oregon. We function as the middle man between the government and also you, so you don't get intimidated or pushed into a plan that isn't the best for you. We have a normal process of combing through your tax history, finding various qualifications and programs that suit your position, and pursuing any and all chances we can to both reduce the total amount you owe (typically by 40% - 60%), and spread those payments out over time so you can manage them. The best thing to do is call a plumber, and the same is true for tax aid in case you'd a huge water flow. Let our Eugene experts help you!

How do I settle my tax debt for less than I owe?

An offer in compromise allows you to pay your tax debt for significantly less than the full amount you owe. It might be a valid option in the event you can't pay your tax liability that is complete, or a fiscal hardship is created by doing so. The IRS considers Skill to pay your unique group of circumstances and facts such as; Income; Expenses; and Asset equity. The IRS usually approves an offer in compromise when the sum offered represents the most we can expect to collect within a fair period of time. Explore all other payment options before submitting an offer in compromise. Our Eugene firm can help improve your chances of qualifying.

What should I do if I can’t pay my tax debts?

The IRS has payment options accessible, if you can't pay the taxes you owe. Which option might work for you usually depends on your current fiscal situation and how much you owe. Each option has different conditions and a few have fees. Most alternatives for paying off a tax debt function best if you're proactive. By taking action when possible, you will help keep the Internal Revenue Service from acting to collect the debt and facilitate the burden. You must file your return punctually, with or without a payment -- the IRS can charge fees for filing late. The Internal Revenue Service additionally charges daily interest on unpaid tax bills, so the longer you wait, the more interest you will owe.

Get the relief that you and your family deserve, and let our Eugene attorneys negotiate with the IRS on your behalf.


Our team works tirelessly to receive the best results for our customers, negotiating with the IRS, and being an advocate for those without the power to do this.

Get relief from your tax problems in Eugene with a few of our highlighted services:

Let our Oregon lawyers help you file your back tax returns, and get started on the path to tax relief

Our Oregon tax attorneys have knowledge and the expertise to recreate your past tax returns for multiple years in a short time, not weeks or months.

Lots of our Eugene customers have had complicated scenarios needing many payroll tax forms and we have really been able to attend to any or all their un-filed tax returns within a couple of days. You need to take note that the government likes to make use of scare tactics so as to make their victims’ unfiled tax returns are filed by they.

Our Focus

Our focus is to get your un-filed tax returns prepared and filed right as soon as possible. Our CPAs and tax professionals in Eugene will make sure that you get tax write-offs and the maximum relief possible from your returns.

Here is the primary reason why we encourage you to consult with us and your tax history will be derived by us from the IRS to find out what income has been reported on your behalf.

Only by re-filing your returns that are past, you can drastically decrease the sum you owe immediately.

If your wages have been garnished by the IRS, our Eugene firm can have them gone within 24 hours.

Then opportunities are the IRS has taken action using a wage garnishment of your wages / salary if you have neglected to file your back taxes for numerous years.

Often times, when one is in this type of scenario, legal right is provided to the debt collector and they could choose whether to have some part of your wages garnished from your bank account or paycheck directly.

Maximum Percent You Can Be Garnished

The maximum portion of the amount that can be taken from your account depends on wage garnishment on various Oregon state laws. But this garnishment will put a hamper on your own income, and may make paying your bills much more challenging.

Our Eugene firm has exceptionally experienced lawyers that specialize in helping our customers remove wage garnishments or claim for damages wherever your pay check was garnished. It is very crucial that you consult one of our law firm’s garnishment attorneys, located right in Eugene, on just how to handle your wage garnishment problem to assist you and be at a safer place.

Generally, the debtor gets the right before approaching their company to be notified about the wage garnishment.

Therefore, if by any chance they choose to pursue this form of debt collection, the lenders are required to follow a particular protocol. The great news is that our attorneys have the experience that is required to assist you stop the garnishment of your wages that are current. We will be able to help you become free of these financial burdens, as you seek to get your life back on the right track.

Our Experience Can Remove Garnishments Fast

We understand the pain that you confront as the debt collector reduced your income. Thus, you should give us a call now before your wage garnishment issue gets out of control.

We can help turn that mountain of tax debt you have built up into a small fraction of the size.

At our Eugene tax firm, we take the pride in considerably reducing our clients’ tax debts given our wide expertise in this subject of helping they. We’ve helped small businesses, organizations, corporations and individual tax payers in debt negotiation and resolution.

Our Goals

Additionally, we make it upon our most significant task to negotiate the bottom possible IRS payment sum using the method that is most favorable permitted by the law. We will take you through the tax aid options that are available before you hire us.

Your Satisfaction Is Our Priority

We have really been able to attain high client satisfaction, thanks to the fair and ethical approach that we take towards tax issue resolution. Since we understand what you as a Eugene citizen are going through, we step into your shoes and make sure your rights are maintained by finding the best tax discussion that will find you pay the bottom amount that is allowed by the law.

We’re prepared to assist you in decreasing your tax debt to the bottom amount possible in the event you are wondering how you are going to reduce your tax debt or if you’re struggling with a legal issue associated with taxes. Our extensive expertise with tax law allows us to represent you with practicality, zeal and competence.

Bank Levies can be a thing of the past for you, if you let our Oregon experts step in and get yours removed within 48 hours.

Therefore, in order to recover the debt owed by the debtor, the creditor to keep the property owned by the debtor is authorized by the writ.

With directions that he capture impose the Eugene personal property, the lender delivers the writ of execution to the sheriff in Eugene. Typically, in the event the first debt owed is to a bank for sums owed on credit-cards, the lender may request to be paid in fluid funds.

The creditor is not going to be discussed here although they can also levy other personal assets. Our Oregon firm is made of qualified bank levy lawyers who’ll help you do away with your present bank levy.

As a result, when you approach our firm with removing your tax levy to assist you, we’ll take you as go through the following:

  • Evaluate the judgment-debtor’s danger in connection with wage garnishment and insolvency;
  • In order to contain the advantages and disadvantages in connection with submitting a Claim of Exemption form, debt settlement and filing bankruptcy, we will assist the judgment debtor understand their various legal options;
  • Explain the benefits and drawbacks of challenging a bank levy;
  • Identify and explain deadlines and significant dates;
  • Offer an overview of the bank-levy process; andDescribe the legal importance of the legal paperwork.

If the IRS has placed a tax lien on your home or property, you need to act fast before they seize it. Let our OR experts help.

Frequently times, it isn’t a walk in the park in regards to dealing with tax liens. It then becomes a potentially scary and demanding situation when you discover yourself a scenario where the cost takes its toll on your assets and as you’d planned when ends aren’t meeting.

Hence, you need to promptly seek the counsel of a law firm that is learned when the IRS becomes involved in your business or private issues.

Our Qualified Staff

We have qualified lawyers at our Oregon firm in removing their tax liens, and they have helped many customers. We can ensure you of finest quality legal representation when it comes to removing your tax lien because we’ve handled numerous cases involved with tax liens.

Moreover, our tax lien lawyers have the relevant experience on all problems pertaining to related Oregon and national taxes. Our lawyers are well-trained and understand the way to deal with the IRS agents. Also, we will take you through a brief lecture where we’ll offer you in-depth grasp of the tax lien process.

Process and Strategy

At a point, we will allow you to maybe remove the tax lien completely, or work through the process and help you develop a quality and successful strategy. On the flip side, there are several other possible ways that we can utilize to assist you remove your tax lien or negotiate a payment while you’re paying your taxes back.


Eugene Center for Tax Relief

401 E. 10th Ave., Eugene, 97401

(855) 338-1800

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