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Seminar Announcement: How to Deal with your IRS Tax Debts

Coming in February, a two-hour presentation on the five critical methods to deal with your IRS tax debts, from temporary fixes to permanent solutions.

Do you have $10,000 or more in IRS tax debt?

Do you make $60,000 or less in annual income and are unsure where to start to pay off your IRS tax debt?

Do you have unfiled tax returns for multiple years and are unsure how to begin to deal with your tax debt?

Is the IRS sending you notices threatening to file liens and levies against your house and bank accounts, or threatening to garnish your wages?

In this seminar, you will learn:

  1. How to use a temporary — i.e., short-term — but extremely effective method to get breathing room from the IRS for your Federal tax debt.
  2. How to set up a WORKABLE payment plan with the IRS, including strategies and tactics to get a plan you can afford.
  3. How IRS collection statutes of limitations can work in your favor.
  4. How to permanently and legally settle your IRS tax debt, sometimes for a fraction of the total owed.
  5. How bankruptcy ultimately might offer you relief from your tax debts.

Registration for seminar space is extremely limited. For details on seminar price and location, and to reserve your space for the next seminar, use the contact form below to send your information to Hertsel Shadian, Attorney at Law, LLC.

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