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Tax Relief in Wisconsin

Wisconsin MapWhen coupled with the fact that the median household income in Wisconsin has decreased from $56,824 (2007) to $51,547 which is a decrease of $5,357 (9.43 percent), tax penalties and tax debt are becoming more common among many residents of Wisconsin. For those that have outstanding local, state or federal taxes one option to help resolve the problem is to put an expert in their corner.

A number of tax debt relief specialists work with Wisconsin residents and are equipped to provide a number of options to assist. A firm that specializes in providing tax relief to its clients will use a variety of strategies to pull them out of tax debt.

These strategies may include steps such as:

  • Availing the offer of a compromise with IRS
  • Claim candidacy for penalty abatement due to a valid reason
  • Removal of wage garnishment to aid in payment of the debt
  • Declare the client “currently not collectible”
  • Filing the delinquent tax returns at the earliest time possible
  • Work on preventing the IRS from issuing a bank levy
  • Filing an appeal on behalf of the client
  • Opt for innocent spouse relief
  • Using the statute of limitations to the client’s advantage
  • Drafting an agreement optimized for that particular client and their needs

A good tax relief firm will only hire professional tax consultants. These experts will help you in avoiding the penalties issued by the IRS. The penalties may range from:

  • A fee for filing late which amounts to $50 to
  • An interest for delinquency which means 1.5 percent (18 percent per year) will be added to the amount already due and
  • A negligence penalty for failure to file on time which is 5 percent per month.

Asking for help sooner rather than later, on delinquent taxes, will reduce penalties and interest from accruing, and reduce stress.


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