During the third quarter of 2009, Roni Deutch and her team of tax attorneys negotiated an end to collection activity for a group of clients collectively owing the IRS $10.6 million. The clients had their accounts placed into Currently Not Collectible status, which essentially ends all IRS collections.
North Highlands, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2009 -- By negotiating with the IRS, The Tax Lady Roni Deutch and her law firm helped solve the tax problems of a group of taxpayers owing the IRS $10.6 million in aggregate.
"During the third quarter of this year unemployment rates rose, and more American families found themselves unable to pay their IRS debts," explains Deutch. "Fortunately, my team and I are working harder then ever to help taxpayers solve their IRS problems."During the third quarter of 2009, Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation assisted a group of taxpayers owing the IRS over $10.6 million in aggregate. Of the clients, some owed as little as only a few thousand dollars, while others had tax debts totaling well over $200,000. Fortunately, Deutch and her team of tax attorneys were able to essentially put a stop to all collection activity on the accounts through placement of these accounts into Currently Not Collectible status. Unless these taxpayers' financial situations change significantly, they will not have to worry about dealing with IRS tax debt collectors in the future.
Mr. Grandstaff of Watts, OK had hired Deutch's team to resolve his tax debts, and had his account placed into Currently Not Collectible status with the IRS during the third quarter of 2009. When he hired Duetch's law firm Grandstaff had a huge tax liability and no reasonable way to pay off his debt.
"After Mr. Grandstaff retained our firm, we quickly began collecting the information needed for negotiations," notes Ryan Carrere - the attorney who worked on Grandstaff's case. "Once the necessary information was collected, a financial statement was presented to the IRS along with a request to place Mr. Grandstaff's account into Currently Not Collectible status. During negotiations, Mr. Grandstaff moved, which required us to revise his financial statement. Fortunately, Mr. Grandstaff provided us with updated information in a timely manner allowing us to successfully complete negotiations with the IRS. Shortly thereafter, the IRS approved Mr. Grandstaff for placement into Currently Not Collectible status."
"I would like to thank everyone from Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation for working hard on my case," explains Grandstaff. "Everyone was very professional but friendly and personable at the same time. I could not imagine being treated better then I was by Roni's team, and in addition to being friendly, they got the job done."
Millions of people recognize tax attorney Roni Deutch as The Tax Lady®. She has been helping taxpayers nationwide resolve their tax liabilities for over 18 years. As an industry leader, she has saved her clients tens of millions of dollars and has helped thousands of families settle their back taxes. To learn more about The Tax Lady Roni Deutch, you can visit her blog or YouTube profile.
About Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation
Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation is a nationally recognized law firm that has been helping clients find solutions to their back tax liabilities for over 18 years. To find out more about the law firm or its IRS tax relief services, visit their website at RoniDeutch.com or call 1-888-TAX-LADY.
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