Behind in filing your tax returns? No matter how long it’s been, it pays to get current with help from Lothamer.
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Settle Your Unfiled Tax Returns Today
We understand the many reasons our clients have for not filing their tax returns. You may know that you’ll owe more than you can afford to pay. You may not know whether or how to report certain income, especially if you’re self-employed trying to navigate the tax laws to determine what’s deductible. In other cases, missing records, divorce, the death of a spouse, or other unexpected life events can simply set you back financially. At Lothamer Tax Resolution, we’ve seen it all—and we can help you find resolution to get you back on track.
Whatever your reason for getting behind, getting current with your unfiled tax returns is in your best financial and legal interest, both in the short and long term. Our trusted tax professionals will give you the tools you need to get current and stay current, providing you with resources that will help you safeguard your financial future for years to come.
One year of unfiled taxes tends to swell into several, even for the most well-intentioned taxpayers. Stop the cycle today!
How We Can Help You Get Current with Your Taxes
If the IRS has not yet assessed you for your unfiled returns, it’s better to take action before they estimate a tax balance due and begin enforcing harsh penalties against you. If the IRS has already hit you with an exorbitant overdue amount, our team of Enrolled Agents, tax attorneys, and CPAs can often overturn these inflated balances.
We will also assess whether you qualify for an Offer in Compromise settlement, in which you are allowed to pay the IRS a reduced sum to settle your tax burden. No matter how overwhelming the problem may feel, we’re here to make solving it doable.
Lothamer took care of my IRS tax needs in a very efficient manner. Convenient and expedient, kindness without judgment. The IRS worked with Lothamer quickly. An installment payment that I can afford on a fixed income. Andrew Campbell provided excellent service. I could not have done this alone.
When U first contacted Lothamer I saw no way out of my situation. The professionalism experience and knowledge upon first meeting put my mind at ease and after 3 years of working knowing my settlement was finally to come to terms the fear and weight of my shoulders in priceless.
Using Lothamer Tax Resolution was one of the best decisions our company made. They have saved us time, many headaches and hours of worry, not to mention money. Everyone is friendly and helpful, but even more importantly they are very knowledgeable about taxes and how to navigate the federal and state tax systems. I would highly recommend Lothamer to anyone needing tax help.
Within the first 24–72 hours, we can do more than what most other tax firms do in several weeks.
CALL OUR OFFICE To Learn More About Our Process For Getting Same Day Tax Help
For a reasonable fee we will call the IRS and Request a Stay on Collection, obtain transcripts as to years unfiled, balances due, and income reported to the IRS, and provide you with a consultation within three days with a licensed attorney, CPA, or Enrolled Agent.
MEET WITH A LICENSED CPA, ATTORNEY, OR ENROLLED AGENT and Get Your Roadmap to Resolution
Our meeting with you will be a virtual meeting, using our proprietary video conferencing software, performed in the privacy of your office, home, or vehicle, with a licensed attorney, CPA, or Enrolled Agent to learn about our findings, discuss your options, and provide you with a plan to resolve your tax problem. At this meeting, we will give you an estimated cost for the services to carry out the plan developed.
IMPLEMENT THE PLAN Developed in Step 2
Upon accepting the Terms & Conditions in our service agreement as outlined in Step 2, we will immediately go to work solving your tax problem. We will get you set up in our eResolution Client Portal, giving you access to critical deadlines and next steps to view the progress of your case.
DID YOU KNOW: The IRS can do returns for you when fail to file, and when they do, the assessments are based upon all of your income with no business or personal deduction.
It Pays To Get Current!