Tax Negotiation in Queens
How to Handle Tax Debt
When you have unpaid tax debt, face repercussions that are similar to those you would face with other forms of debt, like repossession, bank levies, tax liens and wage garnishment. You also have consequences like penalties and interest that can greatly increase your tax bill over time.
So how can you properly handle tax debt if you are unable to make payments to the IRS? There are options you can choose, such as an Offer in Compromise or installment agreements. Or you may decide to file for bankruptcy, so that you can discharge your eligible tax debt. Contact Queens bankruptcy attorney, Bruce Feinstein, Esq. to discuss your bankruptcy options. His knowledge of Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy code is crucial when you are trying to find out how to deal with growing tax debt and negotiating with the IRS.
Negotiating Tax Debt – Queens Bankruptcy Attorney
When your debt involves back taxes to the government, the prospect of negotiating with the IRS seems like a difficult task. You need an attorney who knows the tax code, understands your financial situation, and can fight for your best interests. The Law Offices of Bankruptcy Attorney Bruce Feinstein, Esq. have helped thousands of clients who face growing debt, including tax debt. They can work with you to see how much of your debt can be discharged during a bankruptcy, and they can help you file for bankruptcy and defend your case against the tax authorities. Bruce Feinstein, Esq. is a member of the Queens County and Nassau County Bar Associations. He has the knowledge and experience needed to face the IRS, and the compassion to handle your case with the respect it deserves.