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We offer, but are not limited to, these types of tax resolutions

offer in compromise

An IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a way for a taxpayer who cannot settle their entire tax debt to offer to pay an amount that is less than the full amount owed to the IRS. At Carolina Tax Resolutions, we have helped businesses and individuals navigate their tax debt and reach solutions that are tailored to their unique situation.

affordable installment plans

Most US tax filers do not realize that the IRS must consider current income situations when asking the IRS for a payment plan.  The automated collections group ACS Collections at the IRS will not inform you of your rights.  They will let you enter into a payment plan that they know you can never afford. Contact Carolina Tax Resolutions for more information about IRS payment plans.

innocent spouse relief

Need forgiveness from your spouse's or ex-spouse's tax liabilities?  You can now be released from a tax debt that was caused by your spouse or ex-spouse. Innocent spouse relief was designed to assist a spouse who did not know or have a reason to know what his or her spouse or ex-spouse was doing that resulted in the tax deficiency.

IRS or North Carolina Department of Revenue Collections Activity

At Carolina Tax Resolutions, we have an excellent track record resolving collection activity. We can negotiate with the IRS or NC Department of Revenue on your behalf in order to have them to agree to stop their collection actions. Successful negotiations mean you will not be required to send any payment until you can afford it. We will successfully stop the IRS or NC Department of Revenue from sending you collection letters, and you won’t have to worry about the IRS or NC Department of Revenue taking your pay check,  bank account, car, or home.