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Tax Attorney Mary King Resolves Serious IRS Tax Problems

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Resolve Tax Problems

  • Stop IRS Tax Levies
  • Remove Tax Liens
  • Settle Your Back Tax Debt
  • Stop Wage Garnishment
  • Reduce IRS Penalties
  • Payroll Trust Fund Recovery Help
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Tax Attorney Mary King
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Mary King Is A Highly Experienced Tax Attorney Who Concentrates In Resolving Serious IRS Tax Problems For Individuals and Businesses

"My life has totally turned around since your help and my IRS problems have been resolved. I have my self esteem back!" Sarasota, Florida more client testimonials...
"My experience with Ms. King and staff exceeded my expectations: the service was first rate and the legal fees reasonable. I recommend Mary King to anyone in need" Sarasota, Florida more client testimonials...


Help Is Available!

Several programs are available for taxpayers to resolve IRS tax problems.

Offer in Compromise

Offer in compromise is a popular way to get irs help but can you qualify?

Installment Agreement

Installment agreements are a way to get irs help by making your IRS payments affordable, but will you qualify?

Penalty Abatement

Able to pay the tax but not the interest and penalties? IRS penalty abatement may be able to help.

Innocent Spouse Relief

If you are burdened by your spouses tax nightmare the innocent spouse defense may be able to help.

Statute of Limitations

Statute of Limitations is a little known option that many overlook.

Currently Not Collectable

Currently Not Collectable or hardship status, is a temporary solution to an IRS problem.

Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy in some cases, IRS debts can be discharged in bankruptcy but conditions must be met.

When You Have Tax Troubles You Need Full Service Representation

Facing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) over a tax issue can be very upsetting. Tax problems can quickly escalate into large debts and result in tax levies against bank accounts, property or wages. The IRS can be very intimidating and most individuals and businesses that... ...read full post

IRS Levy Help - Stop The IRS From Raiding Your Accounts

If you do not file or pay your taxes, then the Internal Revenue Service has the right to seize your property, including your house, car or boat. They could also play a levy on your bank account and wages. If you have a state tax refund, then the Internal Revenue... ...read full post

Offer in Compromise - A Process to Settle Back Taxes with the IRS

If you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), you know how stressful of a situation it can be. However, you do have options that can help you erase your debt and enjoy a clear conscience, free from the burdens of financial obligation. The IRS may consider working with... ...read full post

IRS Tax Liens and Your Credit Score

Tax Lien Overview People who are not current with their taxes will often encounter the problem of a tax lien. This process allows the Internal Revenue Service to have access to reclaiming property as the financial obligation is not taken care of promptly and efficiently. All three of the main credit... ...read full post

Avoid Costly IRS Problems By Working With a Tax Debt Settlement Lawyer

If the IRS has recently contacted you and told you that you owe them money, the last thing that you want to do is ignore them. The IRS has a variety of tools at its disposal to get the money that you owe. However, you can solve your tax issues... ...read full post



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