What We Can Offer You

Our Tax Professionals have resolved tax issues for thousands of clients. DMG has the experience to resolve almost any IRS problem. You will receive personalized care and personalized solutions crafted to fit your unique situation.

Tax Analysis Report
Tax Analysis Report

Our licensed tax experts, using state-of-the-art technology, will provide you with an easy to read report of your tax resolution options and honest timelines of when to expect your case to be fully resolved and closed.

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Unfiled Tax Returns
Unfiled Tax Returns

The IRS or state will not provide you a tax resolution option, if you are not compliance on filing your tax returns.  DMG Tax Relief can help.

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Currently Not Collectible Status
Currently Not Collectible Status

Do you owe the IRS or State but have no disposable income to pay?  If so you may qualify for Currently Non-Collectible status (“CNC”) ?

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Installment Agreements
Installment Agreements

If you owe the IRS or State more than you can afford to pay, you are permitted to make installments over a given time frame. If you owe under $50,000 and can fully pay after some time, the IRS  allows you a 72-month duration to do as such.

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Offer In Compromise
Offer In Compromise

Offer in Compromise (OIC) can be a life-saving form of tax resolution for those who truly need it. It allows client to settle tax debt for less than the full amount owed. It may be a legitimate option, if you cannot pay the full tax liability, or doing so creates a financial hardship.

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Bank Levy Release
Bank Levy Release

A bank levy is where your account has been levied, your funds are frozen and you have up to 21 days to act before they are remitted to the IRS.  If the 21 days have passed and the money is gone, you have next to no chance to get it back.

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Innocent Spouse Relief
Innocent Spouse Relief

If you believe that you are an innocent spouse as it relates to an IRS assessment, you should inquire as to what rights you have.

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Wage Garnishment Release
Wage Garnishment Release

Wage garnishments are another form of tax levy, though the seizure of assets from your paycheck as an ongoing process.

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Tax Lien Removal
Tax Lien Removal

A tax lien is a public legal notice that the IRS or state has a formal claim against the asset named in the lien, whether bank account, real estate, equipment, or any other valuable asset.

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45-Day Rule
45-Day Rule

The 45-Day rule grants lenders priority over the federal tax lien to the extent the loan or purchase is made (a) within 45 days of the filing of the notice of federal tax lien or (b) before the lender had actual knowledge of the filing, whichever comes first (45 days from filing or actual knowledge).

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Trust Fund Penalty
Trust Fund Penalty

The IRS and the state can holds any person or persons they determine to have “willfully” chosen to not remit the payroll withholding amounts when due responsible, in addition to holding a company liable for unpaid payroll taxes which is called a Trust Fund Penalty.

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Tax Audits
Tax Audits

A tax audit can be a written, in-person, or field audit. Correspondence – Mail audit- You mail all of your supporting documents to the IRS or state.  Office Audit – You’re asked to appear at an IRS or state office.  You present your documents in person to the auditor. Field Audit – The IRS auditor(s) make announced or surprise visits to you and you present your documents at that time.

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Appeals
Appeals

Nothing is more frustrating than finding out that the IRS or state has come to a conclusion on your tax matter and their assessment in no way aligns with yours.  This is where appeals comes in. If the IRS or state issues a determination with which you disagree, there are several options you can exercise to file an appeal.

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U.S. Tax Court
U.S. Tax Court

You lost your audit or did not reach a settlement with the IRS or the state taxing agencies during your appeal.  You have two choices—you can accept the decision or you can go to court.

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Statute of Limitations
Statute of Limitations

A statute of limitations (SOL) is federal or state law that limits the period allowed to file legal proceedings. The collection of Federal and State tax debt refers to the IRS and State statute of limitations on collection.

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