IRS Innocent Spouse Relief

If you find yourself in trouble with the IRS because of the actions of your husband or wife or even your ex-spouse, we can help you find a tax resolution. In addition, if your spouse is being held liable for your personal or business tax debt, we can help you untangle the financial webs. The IRS understands that such tax situations occur, and IRS Revenue Agents realize that IRS Innocent Spouse Relief sometimes is a necessity. In order to determine that you are not responsible for the tax debts, the IRS may require the financial information for your entire household, including information about your spouse’s financial records.

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The Internal Revenue Service  announced that it will help more innocent spouses by eliminating the two-year time limit that now applies to certain relief requests. “In recent months, it became clear to me that we need to make significant changes involving IRS innocent spouse relief,” said IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman. “We know these are difficult situations for people to face, and today’s change will help innocent spouses victimized in the past, present and the future.” The Tax Resolution Institute applauds the IRS for realizing how many innocent taxpayers are struggling in a difficult and challenging economy.

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Although your spouse may not be directly liable, the IRS will use this information to help determine the amount you can afford to pay. Even if your spouse is not connected to your tax debt, they will be put under financial scrutiny when the IRS shows up at your door. We can help make sure that your spouse is not thrown to the proverbial wolves of the Internal Revenue Service. Our first priority is to protect the financial safety and the security of you and your family.

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If you are an Innocent Spouse and you had no idea that your husband or wife was not reporting income or manipulating their business books, you can qualify for IRS Innocent Spouse relief. What becomes challenging, however, is to show that you did not benefit in lifestyle from the extra money that was a result of the tax debt or even tax fraud. When we file an Innocent Spouse Claim for you, the IRS will send you an extensive questionnaire to verify your story. At the Tax Resolution Institute, we have extensive experience helping Innocent Spouses properly and successfully prepare these questionnaires in order to gain the Innocent Spouse designation by the IRS.

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If you do not qualify for IRS Innocent Spouse Relief, we will investigate whether you can qualify for Equitable Relief. Equitable relief is only available if you do not qualify for IRS Innocent Spouse relief. After you fail to qualify, the IRS can determine that it is unfair to hold you liable for the tax debt upon taking into account all the facts and circumstances of the case.

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Equitable Relief is effective if you have paid a portion of what you owe, but still have money left to pay on your taxes, and the underpayment is due to your spouse.  In addition, you might even be eligible for a refund under equitable relief, depending on your circumstances, what you paid, and the situation with your spouse. At the Tax Resolution Institute, we know how to present your case so you have the best chance of receiving either the Innocent Spouse designation for IRS Innocent Spouse Relief or Equitable Relief.

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The IRS launched a thorough review of the Equitable Relief provisions of the Innocent Spouse Program and improved the law to benefit American families and taxpayers. With respect to expanding the availability of such relief, the IRS will no longer apply the two-year limit to Equitable Relief requests. A taxpayer whose Equitable Relief request was previously denied solely due to the two-year limit may reapply if the collection statute of limitations for the tax years involved has not expired.

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In some community property states like California, a married couple is jointly responsible for paying tax debts that pre-date the marriage. In these states, the IRS may be allowed to take collection action against your spouse. The most typical collection action taken by the IRS against a spouse is a wage garnishment. By attacking the wages and the assets of your spouse, the IRS places your entire family in jeopardy. Our goal is to restore your Innocent Spouse to a place of safety and financial security for the future.

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Since Peter Stephan and the Tax Experts at the Tax Resolution Institute have practiced in California for over twenty-five years, we have the experience and expertise to properly handle tax cases that involve the question of IRS Innocent Spouse Relief.

We know the IRS guidelines for IRS Innocent Spouse Relief and Equitable Relief. We can help you or your wife or husband qualify with the IRS as an Innocent Spouse, providing freedom for your family. With the revision of the guidelines in 2011, more people qualify for such relief from unnecessary IRS collection efforts. If you or loved one needs IRS Innocent Spouse Relief, call us today.

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